We all know that our forces, physical and mental, are limited. They have size and duration. Both of these factors lead to the conclusion that our forces may not be sufficient for a greater need, but also that they decrease over time;
Physically because age is decisively linked to strength and mentally, because if our inner world is not cultivated, stagnation creates inhibitions and inertia, creates pathogens and ultimately hardness, fatigue, immobility and death.
And while for physical weakness we take all the necessary measures through food and physical exercises when it’s about our mental world, we deny the self-evident. Both knowledge and exercise are a foreign element in our everyday life.
We believe that our ancestral knowledge is sufficient, our grandmother’s practice is satisfactory, a candle lit for the Mother of God is enough, the idea of my faith is enough and overflowing. And we use all this as excuses for our indifference, for refusing to choose the difficult truth from the easy lie.
Thus, we come to inner weakness, inner withering, consciousness mitigation, hypocrisy, greed without limits, and finally we are ready for burial without hope of resurrection.
We started well, we traveled irresponsibly, and we became bodies without hope, weak beings, with a strong body but a deadly inner world.
My strength lies in the knowledge of truth, the application of truth and the avoidance of lies.