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Hi world,

There comes a time when we all suffer one degree or another.
What occurs in your mind when you catch a glimpse of yourself suffering on this plane of existence?
I question the value of life, I guess we’re here to do something meaningful, I question what karma is, suppose I’m responsible for some mysterious mistakes I or my ancestors undertook in my family of origin. Nothing is too clear yet the days pass by. When I ponder on the suffering caused by others, I ask, ‘Have I unknowingly caused anyone suffering?’. Perhaps this is the cycle of unavoidable pain in pockets of time.

What if imagine a world without suffering, is this possible?  I think it is.  When will this era arrive, c’mon already!  Every day, reflecting on the surroundings, often I ask, ‘How shall I stop the bucket right here right now of all the potential mishaps my previous ancestors have or haven’t done’.  I take on the responsibility to stop the bucket each day.  For what good?  I don’t know, just like investing in the future of the unknown.  Call it faith.

Perhaps Earth is my temporary home, perhaps I’m from another world of harmony, beauty, and grace.   Often I cry and ask, ‘Why am I on Earth, so harsh yet gentle, so rough yet innocent’.  So many polarities, Emerald wants to go home where all is well, all is swell, all is balanced in graceful love and light. Angels shall you help me stand up firmly grounded in my two human feet, extend the grace that you bestow upon me.  Angels shall you dance with me in the everyday interactions of all types of humans.  Shall you assist me in bringing light and love into the hearts of the others?  God, please show me the day and night by the graceful love in human hearts.
We all mean well God.

What’s the purpose of suffering and responsibility?  I don’t know.   Emerald is here to bear the load of humanity’s somewhat misguided understanding of God, true love, beauty, grace, and free will of human existence.  Get me out of here yet keep me here to do something magical for the betterment of humanity.

Beauty is idealistic
Beauty is acceptance of what is
Beauty is the intention of the service of mankind.

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    1. Thought about your question deeply with innovative lense, I imagined that I subscribed to the philosophy of finding joy or pleasure in suffering. Then examined if I really do. The answer I found is yes and no. Due to your inquiry, the part of me who half subscribes to the above notion was able to ‘unsubscribe to joy in suffering’ on a conscious and subconscious level, so thank you SoundMedicine. The part that says I’ve a conscious memory of living in a paradise. Therefore, I do not subscribe to the suffering that humanity generally faces today. Think there is a state of being where bliss and love exists everyday. In pockets of time, at least for now.

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