Most people know that our government is corrupt on many levels.
Most people know that our drug companies benefit from keeping us sick.
Most people know that our education system is flawed.
Most people don’t know what to do about it, and so they become complacent.
The world is in a state of spiritual corruption, and it’s up to each one of us to make it a better place. But what does that mean, exactly? Are we the problem or the solution? Let’s take a closer look at the meaning of spiritual corruption and what we can do about it.
Define spiritual corruption and its effects on the world
Spiritual corruption is an insidious issue that is all too often overlooked in today’s world. It affects all aspects of life, corroding even our most basic moral convictions and ethical principles. Its subtle effects accumulate over time, eroding the integrity of both individuals as well as entire societies.
This leads to behaviors and choices destructive to both inward spiritual growth and outward social structures, negatively impacting our world on a global scale by encouraging dishonesty, exaggerations, lies, theft, and many other morally questionable actions. To promote meaningful change we must recognize the power of spiritual corruption and strive to make conscious decisions that aim towards building a spiritually healthy environment for ourselves and for those around us.
The role we play in perpetuating spiritual corruption
Our world is filled with spiritually corrupt forces, and we are all responsible for perpetuating them. With our current level of knowledge, it can be easy to ignore the truth — that our morals and principles no longer hold true in many contexts. We must recognize this reality and take action to make a positive difference in the lives of others.
Through our own spiritual progress and understanding, we can become catalysts for change that will help create a more spiritually enlightened society. The responsibility lies on each of us to ensure that the system is not corrupted, but instead made right by everyone living in union towards a more harmonious future.
Take action to make the world a better place
One of the most powerful and personal ways a person can take action to make the world a better place is by cultivating spiritual consciousness. This starts from within, requiring individuals to look inward and discover their authentic selves. Practicing intentional forms of self-care, engaging in daily prayer or meditation, and engaging in meaningful conversations are just a few of the ways to increase one’s spiritual awareness and understanding.
As an individual begins caring for themselves spiritually, soon enough they’ll see that these spiritual practices have helped them often times open their eyes to how they could offer compassion and kindness outwardly. Neglecting our spiritual well-being keeps us constrained in limited perspectives; when we take time for our spiritual development, however, we begin to recognize how others too can benefit from our newfound insights and encouragement.
Reflect on your own spiritual journey and what you can do to improve the world
Many of us have hit a bump in the road along our spiritual journey and feel discouraged by it. However, if you focus on the positive actions that can be taken to make our world more spiritually healthy, you will truly benefit. By honestly reflecting on ourselves and our capabilities, we can all make changes that facilitate personal growth and positively impact those around us.
It is time for us to take responsibility for our spiritual wellbeing and collectively embark on this journey towards a brighter world. After all, doing nothing does nothing! Let’s take strides towards improving ourselves, so that we can contribute to a better future for all.
Though we may not realize it, each of us is spiritually corrupt. Through our actions and thoughts, we perpetuate a cycle of negativity that causes harm to ourselves and those around us. However, we have the power to change this.
Some people speak out, and some people are working hard to change the status quo. Today’s message is simple but profound. If you are not part of the solution, then you are part of the problem. Complacency got us where we are today. THEY did it – but WE let them. So, as of right now, are you the problem or the solution?
The solution for you is very simple.
- You must start to care.
- Once you start to care, you must forgive yourself for not caring sooner.
- Once you forgive yourself, you must start to become educated.
- Once you educate yourself, you must not be overwhelmed by what has gone on before.
- Once you are at peace with what has gone on before, you must discover that there is a greater purpose to this existance.
- Once you discover the greater purpose you will realize that everyone has been playing a part.
- Once you understand that everyone has been playing a part, you must come to compassion.
- One you find a peaceful and compassionate place within yourself, you must open up to love.
- Once you can love, you can direct it with an open heart and open eyes to all concerned.
- Once you embody love for all, you will be part of the solution.
- Once you are part of the solution you will see something constructive to do to help.
- Once you do it, our world will heal.
Have a blessed day.