Glow In The Dark

4 May 2017 Thursday 10:21pm

If you feel like you’re struggling right now, no one else is responsible for it. Struggle is from within. It is never brought on from outside of you or by anyone else. 

How about prisoners? You know, those prisoners in jail? Aren’t they struggling because they’re being kept in prison by the law? That is certainly brought on to them by others. 

Why did they end up in prison in the first place?

They committed a crime, of course. 

So why did they commit a crime?

Maybe because they’re poor. 

It’s not only the poor who commit crimes, my dear. There’s such a thing as high crimes in your world, isn’t there? 

Yup. Wiki says “The charge of high crimes and misdemeanors covers allegations of misconduct peculiar to officials, such as perjury of oath, abuse of authority, bribery, intimidation, misuse of assets, failure to supervise, dereliction of duty, conduct unbecoming, and refusal to obey a lawful order.” Geez, what a tongue twister!

Because you read it out loud. 

I did? Oh yeah, I did. 

Are you saying these words out loud now?

No. These words I’m typing now are silent words. They’re all in my head. This is soul language after all. 

Have you ever spoken soul language? 

I’m not really sure. But if You ask me if I have ever spoken The Unspoken Truth and who I really am, that’s a definite no. In fact, I’ve never even put it into words like these words I’m typing now. The Unspoken Truth is always implied. The same goes for who I really am. See? Just like that. The words “who I really am” are sort of an implication of who I really am. Oh man, I’m going round and round. I think You know what I mean.

Yes, I do. Everything you know about The Unspoken Truth have never been spoken. Unless it’s between or among people in confidentiality and usually behind closed doors. Or The Unspoken Truth may have even been emailed by other souls. Usually in order to help spread the word around. But haven’t you noticed that The Unspoken Truth has usually been made known by signs? Signs in inspirational materials such as movies, songs, books, art, etc. Or even Mother Nature herself.

Yeah. The best are music videos! The thing is, I think the creators themselves, (of music videos I mean) weren’t even aware they were using soul language. 

Are you ever aware of your soul? 

What do You mean? Like I can feel it or see it? Like in the movies where a ghost looks like it’s glowing in the dark? 

Yes.

No, of course not. Soul is God. Does God glow in the dark? 

Yes.

Huh?

I Am everything, remember? 

Haha, very funny. Why are we talking about glow-in-the-dark when we should be talking about how struggle is from within? 

Because the struggle of the soul is like glowing in the dark. 

You’re going weird on me again.

Let Me explain. The soul is considered the Light. When you are aware of your soul, as in, you know how to live life from the soul, it is inevitable that your light will shine for all to see. That is the magnificence we are always talking about. There are now many of you who are magnificent! Some in your own way of course, depending on your agenda. All of you came to this world for one purpose only. And that is to help each other be the light. To help others be aware of their own light. But there are those who are in so much fear of what will happen when they let their light shine for all to see. For what reasons, only that person will know. The soul’s desire is to be the light. And it will do everything it can to be the light. That’s why there are also souls who are simply glowing in the dark. The soul is struggling to shine through from within that deep darkness. A prisoner is struggling for his light to shine while he’s still in prison. He wasn’t born in that prison. It is not right even for babes born to mothers in prison to be kept within that prison for the rest of their lives now, is it? Do you know why?

Because they did not commit any crimes. 

That’s right. So who committed the crime? 

The pregnant mother? 

Is it a crime to be pregnant? 

Um…No, I don’t think so. But there’s a stigma attached to women or girls who get pregnant out of wedlock. Usually due to our beliefs, traditions and culture. 

What is stigma? 

Stigma is “a mark of disgrace or infamy; a stain or reproach, as on one’s reputation.” So that’s why getting pregnant out of wedlock is still not really wholly acceptable in our society. 

In other words, society judges pregnancy out of wedlock. 

Society judges, period. We are a judgemental lot. 

Yes. But I must say, things are getting better. 

I believe so. We are on our way to a more forgiving, compassionate, empathetic, understanding, wholly accepting society. There is an awakening of the soul going on. It’s the minutest of beginnings but at least it’s a beginning. Can You feel it? 

I can feel it, my child, I can feel it. There are those who are shining their light like beacons leading the lost towards Home. But then there are also those who are simply glowing in the dark, struggling against letting their light break through to shine into the world. 

Good manoeuvre, that. You brought us back to the beginning. 

Thanks.

But You forgot something. 

What did I forget? 

The thing about high crimes. 

Because, dear one, that is best forgotten. 

What? No punishment for the wicked?

That is not what The New World is all about, my dear child. 

Yup. The New World is all about soul to soul. And soul to soul means being forgiving, compassionate, empathetic, understanding and wholly accepting of each other.