A Time of Dispersion

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Where violence breaks out unimpeded by thought of consequence or conscience, where civil war results in murder and brutality of one group toward another, where criminal action is justified in the name of righteousness, and where respect for the human succumbs to the emotion of contempt — there we have a ‘time of dispersion’, a time in which negative energies and feelings are separated from the container of love and conscience that has held them in check. This separation of impulse from forces that would bind it is the meaning of ‘dispersion’ — an uprooting and acting out of feelings that are opposite to love, caused by the intensification of light that is purifying the earth.

For as the negative is expressed in all its virulence, so, too, will the positive be expressed in all its radiance.

The light that purifies does not cause these feelings to be acted out. Rather, it causes them to come into awareness. Then, each soul has a choice as to how to deal with them. Often, outer circumstance engages the impulses coming into consciousness and serves as a catalyst for their expression. As a result, the dignity of each human life is sacrificed to the impulsive needs of the moment or time, and violence is expressed beyond reason and beyond understanding.

What is possible at a ‘time of dispersion’ is the twofold awareness of compassion and of hope —

Compassion for those who suffer scorn, brutality, contempt, and violence at the hands of others, and compassion for those who do not yet know what they will reap as a result of such actions.

Hope for the future of the earth and of love.

For as the negative is expressed in all its virulence, so, too, will the positive be expressed in all its radiance. The negative may cover the earth for a time, but the force of light that allows it to be and that fuels the separation which permits it — that same light will bring to the earth an end to ‘dispersion’, an end to contempt and derision, and the beginning of lasting peace.

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