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Fountain of the Eye Part 2


attributed to GreenWhiteOrange

“But isn’t it good to place your soul in the world? Like we said earlier, the arts, the ideas, the inventions, isn’t that all from the soul’s of people?” Farrah asked.

“Yes you are right Farrah, but many people don’t know how to strategically place their soul out in the world for people to consume of, they allow their soul’s to be pulled from them in it’s infancy. It’s not good to put an infant child in the world to fend for itself, but a well trained adult can fend for itself.”

“Okay, but I still don’t see what this has to do with my dream,” Farrah said now anxious.

“Farrah, The Great All Mighty is calling you forth. He is giving you warning as to the nature of the beast. The beast is the system of this world, set-up an designed to place you in a hypnotic state and steal your life energy. Your life energy was given you by All Mighty to put forth His Kingdom in this land. This energy is very valuable and great. From it we get the arts, we get creativity, the sciences, inventions, philosophies, we get love, and kindness. This energy is stolen from people to help build a different kingdom. Very much diabolical and opposing to the Kingdom of Light. Many people believe that they are awake, but they are not. Whenever people allow their sensual nature to move unrestricted they are making the same mistake our first parents made. They step outside of the safety of themselves built perfect and suitable to accomplish their part of the construction and where they can receive all divine wisdom from the spring that swells forth, just to capture something that isn’t there. As our old mother said, “‘the wisdom of this world, cheated, outwitted, and deceived me.”’ Farrah, you are standing on the edge of wilderness, and you are sought to be tempted. There is a decision you need to make. You are thinking of venturing into the world because you feel as if you are wasting your life as a sheep herder. But I tell you Farrah, your life is saved. The Anointed One crushed the head of the wisdom of this world that deceived our father and mother, which He made a mockery of by making true wisdom as simple as believing,” the sage paused to gauge Farrah.

“Please continue,” Farrah said.

“You are seeing, but you have yet to desire. This is the meaning of your dream. You see fortunes being made, you see the young men disgracing themselves with strange women, you see people going about singing and dancing happy from strong drink, and you wonder about your life. But as the sage of this town, I urge you young man, the otherworldly pleasure you felt in your dream is only like a snake charmer of India playing his pungi who will seize you and steal from you. You have been called by All Mighty to stay awake, shake others, and awake them. But know young man, no one likes to be awakened from their sleep.” The old sage turned to pull something out of his wooded chest. What he pulled out was a purple cloth with golden fringes. Reaching in he partially slid out a scroll. “Here, I want you to take and read this. This will help you guard your soul.”

Farrah reached out as the sage dropped the scroll in his palms. Looking over it Farrah noticed an inscription on the scroll, “James, Brother of the Anointed One.” “Thank you sir, I will get this back to you as soon as possible,” Farrah said thankfully.

“No Farrah, it is okay, keep it. I rewrite the scrolls as often as possible and I only give them to those whom I’m prompted to. You are special Farrah” the old sage said, “keep your eyes on Him, delight in Him, desire more of Him, and commune with Him, starting now.”

After this was said of the old sage, Farrah pushed the scroll back in the cloth and proceeded out of the tent. He headed off with a smile on his face knowing his fountain would pour forth everlasting water that quenches all thirst.

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Simple Isn’t Easy: Improve By The Simple Things


Attributed to Kristian Bjornard

As I mentioned in an earlier post, most people when dealing with the improvement of their lives will usually look for the easiest way over the simplest way. You may be saying, “So what’s the difference between easy and simple?” Well, when looking for the easy way, the proclivity is to take short cuts restricting one from giving 100% of their effort. This ultimately means minimal quality in their work that doesn’t last.

However, with the simplest way, the person looks for a simple answer that would lead to improvement. The simple way says to go from A to B instead of being too complex, which in most cases some think there’s something beyond A and have to seek the “true” path of success. Point A always has and always will be starting at self which gives the person the opportunity to recognize what they can and can’t do without God. On the other hand easy doesn’t say go from A to B but says, “Is there any way to skip over the time we have to travel from A to B, sounds like a lot of work?” When looking at making a successful life, look for the simple solution, not the easy solution.

Okay, so we know why we don’t like easy, easy doesn’t improve the person, but why choose simple. Here is a quick example. During one of Tony Robins’ extravagant retreats, he brought one woman up on stage to demonstrate the power of options. You can never run out of options if you would just “think.” The demonstration was as follows: She had to sit down in a chair while holding a book over her lap with her left hand. When Tony said, “Now” she had to release the book from her left hand without it touching her lap. After about ten minutes of the volunteer doing all she could think to do to follow the rules, such as tossing the book, giving it to Tony, running out in the audience to sit the book down, she didn’t think about the simple solution.

The simple solution was just to switch hands. Switch the book from her left to right hand. Simple! But most of us aren’t far off from her response to the problem. Looking for the complex answer instead of the simple answer. But, let me say, the simple answer is simple, but will still take a great amount of work. The rules of improving yourself are simple. Simple in understanding, complex in applying. Searching for easy rules of improving yourself, most believe is complex in understanding and simple to apply to one’s life. But easy isn’t a challenge, and challenges are what improves us.

– Personal Trainer for the Mind

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