Huh? What? Friends, today's topic centers around the fundamental belief that there is good in everyone. While some people tend to look for the good in everybody some do not. However, if God is in us then there has to be good in us all.
The other day I asked myself could there be a heaven in hell; thinking if there is definitely a heaven in heaven and a prophesied heaven on earth then logically a heaven in hell could exist. It has been said that Jesus spent three days in hell ministering and lately I've heard he did that twice. The Koran speaks of "gardens underneath which rivers flow". If Jesus ministered there then it must have been for some reason; maybe to alleviate the suffering there and also maybe to provide a way out. This can be looked at as a type of "heaven". In reference to the Koran the mentioned passage reminds me of the Garden of Eden and perhaps a "safe haven" for those expelled.
Also, after listening to "New Age" Guru Sadhguru speak on the difference between being
raised and cultivated, I came to the conclusion that I was raised in the Church but am being cultivated in the world. Raised being a term used for animals, as he put it, and cultivation being more suitable to how humans should be taught; the definition being cultivation as in trying "to acquire or develop (a quality, sentiment, or skill)".
Often, I used to hear my older brother use the phrase "it is what it is" describing certain situations in life. However, I recently came to the conclusion that "it is what it isn't" sometimes; meaning there are many things that we don't know and just because we see or experience them doesn't mean we get the full picture right away.
I will leave you all on this note, "You should always be the main character in the story of your life." Until next time, remember God loves you and so do I.