Enlightenment, what does it really mean? Should it not mean that we are better people, or that we become better people daily?
Should it not mean that we have tapped into the good and beautiful within us?
Should it not mean that we dig deep and recognize that we are created with and through God’s mastermind, His unique and original blueprints for our individual lives?
Do we really want to know the real secret? Do we want in-depth understanding about the issues of life, and what our existence and purpose are? Do we want ultimate wisdom to make real and crucial decisions about our life? Who and what do we want to direct our lives: a power that will lead us to self-destruction, or the power that will lead us to truths and secrets of life, such that we never imagined?
Do we want a power that is subliminally working against us with the goal to blind us from our divinity and destroy us, or do we want the power that is working hard every second for our absolute salvation, redemption, and deliverance from the web of lies that lead to death—death of the soul, the mind, the spirit, and the body?
Stop right now and ask God what is right from wrong. He is not as far as way as you think or have been told. Ask Him what is what and who is who. You need to know, you need to hear His answers. Come closer.
He reveals deep and mysterious things and knows what lies hidden in darkness, though he is surrounded by light. —Daniel 2:22 (NLT)
Make no excuses, just come as you are to the power that holds the real secret for your life; refuse, and make a determined decision to not go with a power with its seemingly-true answers and sugar-coated lies that will only harm you in the long run.
As you get closer and closer to the power you gradually become a better person, and your purpose and destiny in life begin to become much clearer.
You develop the power to drop mental, emotional, and spiritual weights that you should not be carrying. You develop the power to love yourself more, and more, and to place more value on your life, and the lives of others.
You discover that, whereas a power makes you more resentful, fearful, selfish, and insecure, the power sets you free and creates self-worth and self-confidence, and fills you with a pure love for yourself and your fellow human beings.