We all understand that the up and down are related to our position on earth. If we move away, if we find ourselves in space, away from earth and our solar system, it is obvious that there is no up and down, because everywhere is the same. The gravity of the earth and the points of the horizon are missing.
And it is strange that in the New Testament, apostle Paul while writing to the faithful people of Ephesus, notes that the duty of the believer is not only to walk properly in everyday life on earth but also to understand the length, width, depth and height, and in addition, to know the love of Christ with one purpose: to fill his inner world and his life in general with the presence of God. Indeed, the phrase he uses does not leave any room for anxious behavior, truncated perceptions.
It clearly states that the goal of increasing power in our inner world is to fill with the presence of God, that is, with every gift, every resource, every virtue, every skill our creator gave us, elements provided not only for our harsh daily routine but also for the future, the near, the distant and the eternal.