Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Service to Others or Service to Self

We exist in a Love/Free Will environment in this density and section of the Universe

Due to this, there will always be choices, polarities, dualities, different sides of the same "coin" of Creator expression

There are two paths that emerge

Service to Others, positive- Love with Free Will

Service to Self, negative- Free Will over Love

These are the hallmarks of each- One is giving, one is taking. One is loving, one is hating. One is open to possibilities, the other is limiting through control.

In my humble 5 years since my decision to get off the fence, and choose a path consciously I have seen 99% Service to Others inclined and 1% Service to Self inclined. Service to self requires immense control of the will and self over the natural flow of Love and it is a path most do not take. Many exist and still exist as fence sitters, but the vast majority are Service to Others.

I have never met any pure Service to Self in person (negative polarity master), most people are just stuck in beliefs, perceptions, judgments that make them appear selfish. I have seen some inclinations of some via the internet or perceptions via certain news (examples certain dictators- example Robert Mugabe: he let the people starve to death and die of disease while he lived in luxury). I think there are reasons the service to self masters are so few and far between- because it is not natural to block Love.

Anyway just some thoughts.


PS. Loving your self does not mean service to self, if you also love others. It is okay to pamper yourself with love. Willing and controlling against all forms of love is service to self.

Here is a great quote to end this entry: "I was astonished to find that there was no evil in any soul. People may do terrible things out of ignorance and lack, but no soul is evil. What all people seek, what sustains them, is Love, the Light told me.

What distorts people is a LACK of LOVE."

-Mellen-Thomas Benedict, an artist who survived a near-death experience in 1982.

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