Monday, 31 December 2012

The Sovereignty of Love


Like Adam and Eve, many people today have lost their confidence in their 'Internal Resource' and have forfeited there faith for the primitive trait of fear. Short-term fear can be beneficial however long-term fear is destructive and hinders benevolent love.
Introduction of Fear at Eden -Tricotomas
With or without your approval, I love you. With or without your favours, I love you. With or without your friendship, I love you. With or without you, I love you.” -Tricotomas

This type of fear torments and brings unrest to your inner-being. Unfortunately fear has become a natural default setting for many. In the biblical story of the Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve lost confidence (a form of fear) with their Creator and uprooted their internal peace by surrendering to the temptation of the serpent. A seed of fear had been planted in their heart. The first couple erroneously concluded that they were somehow inadequate and that 'the tree of the knowledge of good and evil' would make them as wise as God.

People do not normally dabble into another system unless they feel the first is lacking. The serpent appealed to the couple's desires and not to their necessities. A necessity can look rather humdrum in relation to a desire. Our carnal side often craves for desires while our conscience is content with needs.

Adam and Eve disregarded the Creator's instruction by yielding to their desires. As a result of their action, long-term fear had displace faith. Without faith (anticipation of a beneficial outcome) there can't be true love. People imprisoned by fear must govern themselves accordingly through a conditional love and a conditional peace. Behaviour is controlled by the reward and punishment system. This method has the individual asking 'what do I stand to lose or win by my action?' You are kept in check by the proverbial carrot that dangles before you while the ravenous wolf nips at your heel. The system controls your action. While people who live in faith governs themselves lovingly with no conditions. They don't need any motivation to treat others with respect for their love is unconditional. With or without your approval, I love you. With or without favours, I love you. With or without your friendship, I love you. With or without you, I love you.

Love controls your action. Love is sacrificial, forever serving. If you serve fear, you're a prisoner and an oppressor. If you serve love you are sovereign and a friend.

In God's Love

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Saturday, 25 August 2012

Never Give Up on Love


Love is a beneficial act of edification. It is the thread that is interwoven in the fabric of life since the dawn of its conception. It serves only to empower and to enrich its bearers and not to destroy.
However it may dismantle and replace nonproductive components of our lives with beneficial aspects. Love is not weak nor should it be confuse with affections. Love is the cornerstone of ethics and stirs up emotions and actions but it clearly is not an affection. It is the cause not the effects. It is unconditional. Properly dispense, love will move from the heart to action. This is of course the infamous 'Golden Rule'. Love comes first then peace will inevitably follow.

In lieu of the 'Golden Rule' lies its counterpart; the 'Silver Rule'. The 'Golden Rule' instructs us on what to do while the 'Silver Rule' is based on what we can't do. It attempts to sway us with rewards for good behaviour while attempting to control us with fear for bad actions. In this system peace – a social contract - precedes love. The contract is design to maintain order through rules. A peace contract is based on concessions which consequently breeds conditional love. Its success is measured by our adherence to the conditions through rewards and punishments. The contract attempts to raise up love through enforcement. Contractual peace comes first then contractual love.

“But I say to you which hear, Love your enemies, do good to them which hate you, bless them that curse you, and pray for them which spitefully use you.” ~Luke 6:27-28

The 'Golden Rule' reaches our hearts and our moral values while the “Silver Rule' is confined to emotions and actions. Conditional love is tainted by partiality and affections. The more we are fond of an individual, the greater the odds that we will share deeper affections with that person. And that is not necessarily wrong if you understand that true love is not an affection and that it should be shared with everyone equally. Unconditional love can be tough to execute but worth its weight in gold. Never give up on anyone. True love does not!

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Wednesday, 25 July 2012

At the center of your universe


As I have discovered late in life, everyone is regulated by a self-imposed set of values. Whether their values are stringent or liberating, everyone without exception has placed a lower case 'g' god at the center of their universe. Whether this lesser god is a vocation or an addiction, or whether it is
What is at the doorway of your heart?
philosophical or humanistic in nature, we have all bestowed a mantle of supremacy to a central anchor. Some people regulate their lives around laws and social contracts, while still others are guided by supreme love. There are many that may profess a high standard of values while in fact their actions betrays their verbal allegiance. Who wants to admit that their central anchor is a bottle of whiskey, work, or anything less desirable then an orderly system. But no matter how you cut it, your lower case 'g'-god rules your life. You cannot expect to outlive, outshine, or reign over your current idol unless you are dissatisfied by its results and are resolve to abandoned it altogether. Think about it. You will acquire your center's attributes regardless how efficient or deficient they may be. If your moral centre is an addiction, then your keystone habit is first in your life. It takes precedent in your life and your family. Consequently your set of morals will conform to the standard of your lesser god. After-all you are a product of your inner-core values. Until you feel the need to rebuff your idol, you are a shadow of its character, its strengths and its weaknesses. You are the sum total of your anchoring god. No matter what this moral anchor looks like it will directly or indirectly govern your behaviour and consequently your life. Only a strong inner set of values can yield a formidable character. Unfortunately, more often then none, society will support a value system that was produced from the the reward and punishment system (human conditioning process).

Reward & Punishment is a system that governs the people. It is dependent on enticement or persuasion and tends to feed the individual's ego with desires or it attempts to manipulate the ego through fear. It does not necessarily seek long-term results and prefers short-term pleasures. Our lesser god, the central anchor (in this case a social contract) will reward us when we do right or punish us when we go astray. Here's a glass of wine for good behaviour or a glass of vinegar when we falter. Or maybe its a pat on the back for good work or a slap on the hand for misconduct. It is purely conditional. You are unable to function accordingly without a reward in sight or without the fear of being punish when you do wrong. So within the confinement of this system, the only way we primates can govern ourselves accordingly is by chasing the dangling banana in front of us (reward) while a ravenous lion gives chase behind us (consequence or punishment). Albert Einstein, arguably one of this planet most brilliant mind in history stated that “If people are good only because they fear punishment, and hope for reward, then we are a sorry lot indeed.” There must be a better way.

Most certainly there is. The alternate to the reward and punishment system is the beneficial principal. It governs itself lovingly. The beneficial principal seeks advantageous long-term results. It is sacrificial, supportive, and grateful of others. It will accept pain if it promotes long-term stability for itself, its social cell and social cell-cluster. It will reject short-term pleasures if it does not produce long-term beneficial results. It is motivated to love and to live in peace.

"Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier.” 
~Mother Teresa

It does not require a reward or fear to keep them in line because it esteem all life and relationships. It would not nor could not ruin an individual and its livelihood. A person with genuine love benefits from altruistic acts of benevolence. Mother Teresa was quoted as saying; “let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier.” The beneficial principal gives unconditionally and don't look back. This precept is rooted in the golden rule that has been taught by the wise through out history. It crosses all philosophical, religious, and humanistic boundaries. It is the only way and the truth to life.
Choose to govern yourself lovingly! Choose to anchor yourself with the greater god; the God of Love.

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