Science that leads upward

Day is the illumination of light, while night is simply the absence of light. You see, the day has a power source in the light of the Sun. But the darkness of night has no power source, but only exists because the one power source is distant. In like manner, all darkness of the soul, all sorrows and pain, afflictions and addictions, grief and stresses, will only exist commensurate with the degree of our distance from the Power Source of the Son’s Light.

Solubles will not dissolve in cold water because the liquid lacks the requisite heat and movement of particles that is able to dissolve it. The soluble (ex: salt and sugar) will only sink to the bottom and gather there in clusters. In like manner, all our sorrows and pain, afflictions and addictions, grief and stresses are solubles that settle rigidly on the soul because the latter is cold. To dissolve it and thus sublimate the dense energy oppressing us into the light of peace, the soul will simply need to generate heat! For this, it needs a power source of energy. It needs Fire from above, i.e. the Son’s Light, to warm it up. Only then can all that APPEARS to be insurmountable problems disintegrate in the now blazing effervescence of the soul.

We men are strange. We teach all these science principles in class, but never take the simple step of showing how they reflect higher principles that can be practically applied in life for our spiritual development. We thus encourage children to sharpen their intellect while the soul starves in confusion and ignorance. We hold degrees but are truly uneducated! It is the responsibility of educators in future to demonstrate and show how every single principle and law in Nature leads to God, and can be used to help them spiritually develop. Anything that fails to do this is valueless.

~Ikenna Q Ezealah

About Ikenna Q Ezealah

Ikenna Q Ezealah is a writer, author and essayist whose themes embrace human-spiritual development.
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