But there are no greater things, only one Great Soul from which all things and elements are interwoven and have their life and being. In understanding this, we become cognizant of the intricate inner workings of the spiritual world in even the most menial and minute details of life; granting our souls the liberty and jubilance of this “deeper reality” in every passing moment.
Therefore, when asked about the feeling of freedom on the other side of this momentary trial, I dare say that same freedom is native to me rather than foreign in this very hour. In retrospect, I see it has never departed; in shackles or behind bars, through nights of hunger, cold and restlessness, it was always present holding residency in the soul and never in the body.
I see now this soul manifests in all things, everything I was prepared me for who I now am, and who I am to be, I am now becoming. Today’s prison bars are tomorrow’s open roads. Hunger and cold turn to fullness and warmth, and restlessness becomes peace. Space and time shine forth from that Universal Soul giving me moment by moment, an abundance of supply, everything in its perfect power.