Does what you do, do anything?

It would seem then, that the history of Mankind is about powerful people trying to gain power using any means, especially occult means, in order to secure control of people, places and things for ever.
In amongst this seemingly rapacious history, science and technology manifest inventions that seem to be improving the lives of masses of people in a way that is used by some to excuse the huge cost that is cited by others, when trying to look at life on Earth ‘in the round’.
Religions stand upon an account of history that states that God rules everywhere, whatever anyone imagines is happening on Earth.
Why bother doing anything then, if God rules and knows everything?
Does your little effort actually do anything in the wider scheme of planetary life?
Is there a battle actually going on here on Earth between invisible forces that impact upon your viability as an invisible, immortal entity?
The above three questions it seems to me are important to ask a person prior to inviting them to consider joining in with an effort to change the way that we all try to get along with each other here on Earth.
Personal accounts abound when it comes to trying to stand up for, or knock down, God.
It’s all a bit academic isn’t it?
What is to be done, what can God do for you? That’s the simple politics that the 21st century is reduced to, isn’t it?
The plaintive wailings of the Psalms, is that the only constant in Man’s experience of trying to understand life?
I know that there is nothing I can do for any person, place or thing on Earth, except to carry a message of my experience of Consciousness as it resides in my conscience.
Inconsciousness and consciousness is God, as wave and particle is Light, as infinity and finity is you.
If these statements are accepted, then ignorance, or unconsciousness, may be seen as the cause of calamity.
I bring in this new word, inconscious, as a term to describe a person who has broken through the surface of the ground of a new way of being.

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About Andrew Dettman

Counsellor, poet, cabbie, diction worker. Ministrant.
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