Do I like my perceptions questioned by bias perspectives/persons? No, what is the point when people who are obvious within their bias, questioning anything that doesn't fit within their be and end all? The world is full of these no points, I'm certainly not going to add to this.
Do I understand this rigid stance? I think it's obvious I do but do these same people try to understand my flexible stance? It is obvious they don't but this too is understandable.
My writings are certainly not for everyone, they are too variant and of the spectrum as opposed to levels, labels and scales. It is obvious I perceive more openly therefore different to most people.
Am I full of myself? No, this way of perceiving comes too naturally for me to be full of myself, it's a natural ability we all have but this natural ability is often stifled because of our fixations to various levels, labels and scales.
In saying all this, is it wrong in being this attached to levels, labels and scales, in other words limited? No but their is another less destructive and limiting way to exist.
Do you think I am dogmatic within my perceptions and perspectives Heather? Try me....
You are honest, faithful, true and beloved, I truly mean beloved by God, I know you won't take offence of myself using the word God.
If I didn't get a rebuff of some kind, I wouldn't be doing what I am supposed to, this is the way of the wind. Human consciousness is obviously lost/imbalanced, through this imbalance, people like you and I will often receive a rebuff, this to be expected in such an imbalanced consciousness, a consciousness that is furthermost from God's consciousness. The further away from God's consciousness we become, the more imbalanced we become and the more chaotic the reality becomes we exist in.
Terri, don't ever defend people like myself in such a reality, this is very important, people like me are expendable, people like you aren't for you are the core of true faith where's people like me are but a servant of that faith, this is true.
I tell it how it truly is said, not the way people would like it to be said or even how I would like it to be said.....I didn't use proper English here for a very good reason.