The Thanklessness of Letting Go
Suppose you are asked to act in a certain criteria. Would thou seek to falter at every second in order to return to a primordial world of non-existence or would you wish to see the world once more by waking up into a new reality that offers nothing short of emptiness but gives you a chance to fill your pitcher till they are filled?
Perhaps the quickest choice of the weakest characters in existence is to quickly let go that which submerges you under control. The weakness of character is thus its own development to retain control, but with authority of someone stronger in existence.
The question of strength is thus the remark of whether thou shall deserve thankfulness for your own creation or simply be virtuous without remark.
The question of authority is thus a question of strength to develop that which connects to the world than to simply ask for simple choices that do not allow you to engage and connect with the world.
The question of darkness is thus not of submergence but of action. The question of light is thus not of lightness but of witnessing. The question of darkness unto light is thus a question of believing in thy actions to witness that which is good and great and strong and beautiful.
Thus, the character of goodness is first developed by the meeting of criteria to witness the truth, not just as is but to also worship and be allowed to worship in all inches of space and time. But our own deed falters in the wake of darkness in our act, such that the total forgiveness of being is called upon to wake up in the darkest hours of our existence.
We are called to forgive in order to let come, and not let go.
We called upon forgiveness for mercy and we call upon the thirst to deliver to create and recreate.
We call upon mercy by blindness and we witness the act of divine in all of its strength and action — as existence itself.
For the word of the world doesn’t go unforgiven, it simply is as it be.