December 16, 2020
Digging for the truth is to be a spiritual archeologist. Instead of the physical, digging, sweating in the dirt and rocks to find what lies beneath our view, searching and digging for the truth relentlessly is to live with an open mind and heart to see and feel beyond the illusions of partial or misleading information. The time for just absorbing ‘here-say’ from whatever source when deeper answers just need a little ‘digging for the truth’ is more available now than ever, rather than self-immolation especially if the collective people follow along like sheep to the slaughter.
Searching for truth or the ultimate answer to anything requires considering letting go of preconceived notions and any limitations of fulfilling expectations of what you want to unveil. A graphic example would be to search for the reasons why a family has a lot of yearly sickness when upon open minded investigation it could be found to be living in close proximity to a toxic chemical operating plant or refuse.
Likewise, how you were raised to adulthood in terms of love, discipline, experiences, conditioning, etc., sets you on a path that represents where you’ve come from. Whether that early path was troublesome or balanced and healthy or whatever, there will always be resilient adjustments to make every experience the best it can be. The answers are within each of use to what we are seeking that equates to the highest possibility not only physically, mentally, emotionally, but spiritually. Always be mindful of ‘karma’, or what goes around, comes around.