The Vengeance of Gratitude
As simple as it sounds, the deadliest of all creatures act upon gratitude.
The choice is simple — to feel vengeful for the idea that someone could feel gratitude, or to be thankful that someone feels gratitude.
A thin line of demarcation is the choice of the simplest of aurors. To simplify further, the choice is to act upon creation as a choice of fruitfulness, or to simply accept everything that is as the creation’s result and go on nestling thyself into a submergence of everything without an iota of concern given that the subject of authority is gratitude and not thankfulness.
To simplify it further, the choice of thankfulness comes from recreation — or to act upon it, the thankfulness is a choice of return. The idea is thus that if someone acts to reenergise themselves three times in a row in order to experience the same act of creating or providing, then the said person is said to be thankful in his act.
The act of thankfulness is thus the first marker of divine authority or simple transcendence in its own creation as well.
The act FOR gratitude, however, is a usurper. The choice is thus thanklessness for everything that doesn’t provide the singular motive of experiencing gratitude as its own sake other than questioning authority for their choice of allowance to give the singular experience of thankfulness as its own authority.
Thus, the line between simplicity and vengefulness is the choice of whether the simplicity of experience of the subject is its own deed or whether the thankfulness is a subject of its own criteria.
To be thankful for gratitude, is in its rawest essence, a thanklessness for the character that delivered the gratitude.
Thus, the question of begging for honour is its own providence, whether the character that provided the iota of gratitude in its wake deserves a return into your being or not.
To question it simplified — would you truly and genuinely love your gurus or teachers to return as they were in their own essence back into existence the same way they were with no set changes in their beings at all as it is own in its honour? Or did they try to deceive the world in their own shortcomings and filled your holes with senseless gratitude that you never deserved lest ye demand to be worshipped as your own?
After all, even a Priest would call the Vatican if Jesus Christ returned, but the bhakts thirsty for power would have no desire to see Vajpayee return to India anytime soon.