Purposes & Reasons
Purposes are what the Creator intends.
Reasons are what humans come up with.
Sometimes purposes and reasons match; sometimes they don't.
Since purposes are what the Creator intends, the term “higher purpose” is redundant. It is still used for effect and until we get used to the significant difference between purposes and reasons.
Expanding Higher Purposes
Every aspect of creation is multilayered, multifaceted and multipurposed.
No single thing has a single higher purpose or use.
No single thing is for a single creature only.
Higher purposes apply to all primary creation, those things essential to life and existence.
Higher purposes always involve transforming, giving, receiving and transforming.
Higher purposes come with a responsibility to the universal ecosystem. We must give more than take in order to be restorers, healers and part of the solution.
If we take to any degree, we become destroyers, killers and part of the problem.
Instead, we must ask respectfully, accept graciously and use wisely.
Higher purposes have soul mates. There is always at least one other being who is complemented, balanced and enhanced. This bond of interactions is what allows souls to mate in the first place - through joint fulfilling of higher purposes.
Part of fulfilling higher purposes is to assist in fulfilling higher purposes of others while simultaneously not interfering with the higher purposes of others.
When higher purposes are followed, does right and wrong matter?
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