What's it going to take to remove the blah blah of circumstance from one's life? It's not so easy when we are continually taught to live away from our truth. While playing a game of "Do you like me and am I good enough," we constantly battle with the idea that Source watches everything we do, every single day. It's sad, really, to know that your core of your being is love and everything else is blah blah.
It's almost silly to recognize that most of our power of self is validated by others' approval and acceptance. Give me a break, people. We wonder why so many people are angry and sad, and why there is so much suffering on our planet. We can't understand why there is still war or how hate can still be alive and well. We keep looking for the world to tell us who and what we are, instead of knowing the truth that is Source. How do religious people actually believe that God (or as I call it, Source) would ever get mad at you or induce fear as a way of motivation and reverence? Come on, my dear ones, put on your thinking cap and seek higher truth.
Fishing in a pool of blah blah can take years away from you. You can't spend every day focusing on Source, thinking it's like some egomaniac living in the sky, waiting on your prayers and worship, ready to throw lighting bolts or kick you in your bum if you don't do something right. I say that the truth will set you free. Climb out of the dark, deep lie and realize the truth about Source and the love that is given infinitely to everyone and everything.
It's so simple and easy to remove all that stagnant blah blah. Think of it as a house cleaning. What you will be cleaning is your temple, meaning your body, mind and soul. It's so easy to get caught up in this false idea of support when your only motivator is not going to hell. Imagine if that was for real--how many times does it take for you to reach the hell meter? How many sins or should I say marks does one make to qualify for a one way ticket to hell? I'm probably pissing you off--if so, then good. That means I'm stirring the pot of your untruth.
More questions for thought--how many times would it take your child that you love and adore, to push you to the limit of no return? What would it take for you to bust out the wood and coal and throw your child, who looks at you with eyes of wonder, into the fire because, for some reason, they are not hitting the mark? The truth is you would never do it. So why do you think that our creator, who is wiser and more powerful than any of us, would do such a thing? Yes, folks, that's the blah blah that's clouding your vision of Source to fit into what you were told or taught. People are taught to hate or to judge, however, to love is without blah blah.
Let's clean up the blah blah and live the truth of who Source really is: an unconditional loving creator, who is childlike and knows no war, pain, suffering or hate. A being that always exists in pure love and is not ego-based. So stop polluting its divine nature with all that blah blah that your silly ego likes to cook up. Bless the ego, it means well--but the heart knows better.