Spiritual Nobility

Friday, February 24, 2017 0 , , Permalink

In our world most people have less than adequate understanding of their own workings, of our natural habitat, science and the list goes on. We can’t be experts nor good in everything but we can be good intended people. The spiritual nobility has in recent years had a poster boy and that’s Elon Musk. That’s one example of people with minds set on higher doings. But why do the ordinary spiritual nobility have a hard time? Why do some fail and other feel perpetual waves of ignorance slow them down? It’s because those people’s minds are set on another level and living in this world facing barking dogs you are in a catch 22. Try to explain to dogs higher insights is impossible by barking – but an inevitable outcome in the desire to communicate the higher ideas. If no effort is done similar impossibility and misunderstanding happens due to silence.

How to change the barking into a choral song? The answer lies in the thousands of years of slow step by step process. In which both unfamiliar and famous names lost their lives.

The vanguard of science and spirituality is always playing defense to keep the dogs at bay. Just take the look of the astronaut who declares how beautiful our world is and how much farther we as humanity could have reached already. If not for all the wasted lives and resources of both mental capacity and materials. Not even dogs are like this so pardon me for the references.


You develop an instant global consciousness, a people orientation, an intense dissatisfaction with the state of the world, and a compulsion to do something about it. From out there on the moon, international politics look so petty. You want to grab a politician by the scruff of the neck and drag him a quarter of a million miles out and say, ‘Look at that, you son of a bitch. – Edgar Mitchell


Stability and reduced destructive dynamics in our world will lead to even more benefitial spiritual nobility to make great enormous or local endeavors. War is not necessary to drive and develop technology. I wish we could try full scale research investment for 50 years for once. Until then all of the spiritual nobility will live with the dual world that is possible and the one destroying possibilities. Never give up and just keep on with your ideas.


Painting, An Da Shealladh, by Richard Moult. Listen in in to his music at Bandcamp too, some contemplative great atmospheric soundscapes.

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