Plugged in people – go for glow

In all religions there are two *noticeably distinct types of people.

1. The “plugged in” are the radiant ones who got the message and are whole.

2. Then there are the miserable, troubled ones who haven’t got the message and are being destroyed by their fears of their particular religion’s’ punishment system.

In any spiritual path these two types are found as well.

1. The “plugged in” are the radiant ones who got the message and are whole.

2. Then there are the miserable, troubled ones who are entangled in physicality and the fear and guilt that seeps into them from the world around them.

In all of the world there are these two types of people.

1. The “plugged in” are the radiant ones who’ve been inspired and feel confident and fulfilled by following their dream.

2. Then there are the miserable, troubled ones who haven’t been inspired and are being destroyed by their compliance in fear of their particular system/ material situation/needs and wants.

These two kinds are physically quite clearly discernible by their health, glow and radiance, which compares as a beautiful candle does to a tiny spark.

Fear dims our light.

But no candle is ever lit without the first tiny spark.

There is a place for both the beautiful candle AND the tiny spark.

Tiny sparks that exchange fear for confidence in their unique life-contributing essence, that follow their inner relationship with Source, that discover meaning, can radiate their immense light when fear stops covering it up.

Go for glow. It’s why we’re here.

*(post altered to “noticeably distinct” when someone pointed out there are many shades of grey! 24.01.2016)

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