Promptly at 00.10 a few hours ago, my wife blew out the candles of her birthday cake, and that was the main celebration before the complementary celebration which will take place at lunch later.
As always, every time a family member has a birthday, we always ask the birthday person to convey the wishes of her or mine (because I am the only man in the house, as you know that I am the king among the roses), after that, we take turns expressing our hopes for her (or me) who celebrate birthdays. The simple event then continued with a brief discussion and feedback on various matters, which of course related to the expectations that we convey.
Tonight, before we close the discussion, my youngest daughter asks, “Daddy, why are we always taught to always radiate the qualities of the Soul and walk-in roles in this life according to the Soul’s calling?”
O, my beloved daughter, don’t you know that radio which cannot be broadcasting broadcast, it may be damaged or dead, as well as television that does not broadcast broadcasts from existing stations. Likewise, humans also do not radiate the attributes of their Souls, nor do they radiate the attributes of the Godhead in themselves, regardless of whether that person believes in God or not, their circumstances are similar to all of these devices.
If the device can still be repaired, before the tool is totally damaged, so it must be stored in a box or disposed of, of course, something needs to be done in order to function again.
That is why you are taught to carry out all your roles in full soul and in line with the nature of every human soul which is really the source of goodness on this earth. The slight difference between us and the various devices is that if a damaged radio or TV needs to be repaired by someone, but if we don’t function properly, only we can fix it, not others, while we still have the chance, before we put into the box.
Illustration by Albert Herdie – Digital painting from part of The Land of Confusion Series – Broadcast.
What did you do with your broken device?
Discarded or recycled
Stored as an antique