We must learn to out spiritualize our enemies. In the same manner that other Nations of the World drill for oil and hoard it for themselves, we must learn to weed out hatred and drill for Light and share it. To protect a tree systemically, means to root feed the roots with plant protection so that any insect infestation on the leaves would be self-destructive. A systemic insecticide is injected at the root zone, the tree then distributes it to every part of the foliage. Any attack against the foliage is self destructive.
Until the terrorist infestation is irradiated, spiritual arborists must continue to ensure the barrier. In this case, very real pain, wounded and killing of innocent civilians. Oh, how we feel their pain, and mourn for the losses. Let their deaths not be in vain!
Last Friday, a group of concerned Springfield and Illinois civic leaders rooted out a symbolic weed of hatred and urged all Springfield citizens to do the same. With this one single weed pull, we revealed to the world, “the wisdom of Abraham”, in weeding out hated and sowing the seeds of peace. WICS ABC20 chronicled this event.
With this one single weed pull, we illustrated a method for irradiating and illuminating our inner stony hearts into community gardeners, as opposed to illuminating the skies with missiles that can further break down our souls into star dust memories looking for their way back to the garden. The roots that we are protecting do not belong to any one people, they are for the benefit of us all and for this reason the threat of terrorist incursions from the underground tunnels must be neutralized. This action is taken not only for the protection of Jewish roots feeding back into Israel, but for the benefit of humankind.
The incursion will end soon enough, but what will be the lessons learned? Hatred begetting hatred or rising about the hatred and reaching the Promised Land. The sooner people begin weeding out hate and sowing the seeds of peace together, the sooner our common roots can be strengthened back to the Garden.