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Reincarnation is the way of humanity. If you're a Bible-humper and disagree with me, please read and take notes. Yes, the Holy Bible is not made of stories or books of mere fabrication. However, much has been removed from the church, especially during the years of 500 to 1500 b.c.—why do you think that time is known as the "Dark Ages?" Because the people were kept in the dark about the story of Creation and hidden knowledge of the cosmos. The Dead Sea Scrolls, Book of Enoch, The Apocrypha, to name a few hidden books. Also, most scripture mentioning reincarnation was taken out. All of this was done to gain more control of the people. Jesus was just a reincarnation of the Christ Consciousness who was Yehoshua before. Before that, Joshua. And Joseph before that. I've got so much evidence backing this up so don't even try arguing.
So… do not think this is your one and only life. YOLO is false, and something I like to call, "Kardashian," meaning incorrect and detrimental to all life in the cosmos. Alcoholics Anonymous is Kardashian. At least, now it is. It served a great amount of good back in its day, but it hasn't changed or evolved in any way, shape, or form. This goes against nature, in that everything is impermanent. The only constant I'd change. And according to the cult that has become AA, and all affiliates, "Once an addict, always an addict."
What the fuck kind of sick shit is that? How is that going to help anyone? "Oh, so you're a heroin addict? Well, you'd better get used to it, HahahahA!" (With the stigma, due to misunderstood and uninformed people who know dick about addiction, you can make a very valid argument. But it won't last.)
Impermanence, the fact that everything from this earth is prone to change. Meaning: everything changes, nothing is permanent; except for change, itself.
Change is the only constant in this world . Just like seasons, life and people change. If we’re all waves, constantly reshaping ourselves into more experienced people, then change is the everlasting ocean that we live in. Through my journey, I've grown and learned new things about myself and my world. And I will continue to grow.
My life, as well as everyone else's, is a story. Faulkner once said, that ‘Life is like a book. There are good chapters and bad chapters. But when you get to a bad chapter, you don’t stop reading the book. If you do, you will never know what happens next.”
The man knew what he was talking about.
I have learned, I can’t run away from my problems. If I mask my problems with drugs for the rest of my life, my earlier problems will still be there. They won't ever go away. I’ve learned the only thing I can do is to be strong and courageous. I have to fill myself with the strength to fight the battle life has drawn for me. Because if I don’t, my life would not get any better; it would get much worse.
I remind myself that nobody is perfect. no one person struts around, flawless. I mean… What is perfect anyway? Life itself isn’t perfect either. Nothing is.
I always try to look at the brighter side of life when I’m at a dark point. I believe life itself is a blessing.
And every dark point I experience changes me for the better. Every person I have met, and will meet has an effect on me and I accept that. I figure, if I am mindful of my empathy, or sensitivity, I won't let them affect me. If they rub me the wrong way, then there lies a lesson I need to learn in order to grow. To actually live my life, and not just exist in it. To live the life I want to live because… I'll never know if it'll be cut short.
The Lotus flower grows in muddy waters, with the environment giving forth the flower’s first and most literal meaning, from Wikipedia: rising and blooming above the murk to achieve enlightenment. The second meaning, which is related to the first, is purification, resembling the purification of the spirit which is born into murkiness. The third meaning refers to faithfulness. Those who are working to rise above the muddy waters will need to be faithful followers.
"I have become the Lotus."