How do I make my child, pupil, student, mentee, protégé, follower, and tribe/community members creative? While this seems so simple like a friend hurriedly reacted without much ado by posting “science and technology,” when I posed the question a while back, it is rather a billion dollar question that can prove the game changer
I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil. I the LORD do all these things: Isaiah 45:7
The mystery of darkness is the light within that comes up shortly after the dark. If you, by simple discipline and observation, focus your gaze and attention in darkness, you will get so accustomed to the gloom till you begin to see every object that moves within after some time because your eyes, being the light of your body, emit light. Nature and practice teach you that.
The progressive development of the thinking faculty grants access to curative awareness but man must gradually shed the impurities of the mundane and commit to becoming like the Higher Self to attain perfection of the faculty.
Awareness is itself curative. This is a very fundamental scriptural truth because the Master said: “Ye shall know the truth; and the truth shall make you free.” For man to get to the point where he knows definitely that his awareness of specific truth
Pain is an access to huge wealth but this truth is hardly known; let alone accepted though all go through pain at one time or the other.
It takes pain to heal. Anita Moorjani suffered from lymphomatic cancer for almost four years; a cancer that shut down her organs and saw her slide into a coma at the hospital. She stopped fighting and gave up, crossing into
Words carry inestimable power. The ability to know this and find effective ways of putting words together is a great communication skill that needs honing because you’ll someday, reap its true worth and value. When all else shall fail, only words will remain.
Your word is you; by your words you shall be condemned; by same you shall be justified. If your thoughts become you and are inseparable from you, and if your words are your thoughts expressed
“The important thing is not to stop questioning; curiosity has its own reason for existing.” Albert Einstein
The mind that’s preoccupied with questions and that asks questions is in constant search for answers. Answers are solutions to problems and with every solution, there is value added. We can ask questions on a particular issue
“…If any man offend not in word, the same is a perfect man, and able also to bridle the whole body. But the tongue can no man tame; it is an unruly evil, full of deadly poison: James 3:2,8
Many times when you’re in an aggressive mood and are tempted to rain brimstone and fire, the often still unheeded voice bids you “be still” and “hold back” or “bridle your tongue”; but it takes a vessel that’s surrendered to the Potter and has been exercised towards that frequency to heed the voice, knowing full well that sowing into the spirit shall of the same reap life and sowing to the flesh shall of same reap corruption.
At some point or the other, we seek advice and guidance – spiritual or secular – to apply in the secular. We ask for direction and leadership, regarding sundry issues that affect us directly and indirectly: personal, family, communal, tribe, official, business and more.