The dawn of true knowledge

True knowledge is valuable and useful only to those who have realized what they have is insufficient and incomplete. Whosoever has not reached this point will never be able to recognize the Truth of complete knowledge, even if it were offered freely and abundantly to him. It is for this reason that the last source of help for most of us humans today is the comprehensive breakdown of every misconception we carefully nurse. For only amid the calamity of the decimation…when we are struggling through the debris of the collapse, when we are forced to experience the gaping holes in our misconceptions through hard experiences, when we are compelled to push the reset button and realize the deficiency in what we have…only then will the longing awaken for more, for something higher, for the completeness of true knowledge. And only then will the soil be prepared to receive it, and only then will we be able to see it. To see what, in reality, was there all along.

Stunned, we will then realize what we had all along was just fake gold that only needed time and pressure to show it’s rust. Stunned, we will then realize we were not even in the same continent when we hitherto imagined ourselves to be just one street away from the ultimate goal. Stunned, we will have to make haste because we will realize the last ship, miles away, is about to sail. With or without us.

Then we would realize that the centripetal demolition hammer was only a merciful alarm clock, meant to rouse us from our cosmic slumber of delusion in time to catch the last ship about to sail.

~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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