Pursue Virtuous Qualities and Conquer the Darkness

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Pursuing qualities of virtue is essential to battle the darkness effectively. A foundation of essential qualities such as courage, bravery, and virtue will be indispensable as this world nears the dominion of the New World Order and the advent of the Man of Lawlessness (AntiChrist). All the enlightened sages taught to pursue positive qualities that will manifest in our behavior. Positive energy, a positive attitude toward others coupled with a generous heart will defeat the negative aspects of the darkness.
Comprehending the context of the mind-set within the era of a writer may be challenging, though, human behaviors within the framework of the qualities of the light and the darkness haven’t changed since the beginning of humanity. Iniquitous and virtuous behavior that originates from the heart continues to participate as a “merry-go-round” among humanity: joy, complacency, satisfaction, and an attentive recognition—in contrast to jealousy, envy, selfishness, and a non-listening ear are a few qualities that reside among the emotional disposition of humanity.

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In stirring up tumult and strife, the worst men can do the most, but peace and quiet cannot be established without virtue. —Cornelius Tacitus

An affirmative quotation from Cornelius Tacitus who observed the wicked directive of Nero, the burning of Rome, and Nero’s persecution scheme averse to the early followers of Jesus.

Cornelius Tacitus was born as a Roman citizen who served as a senator and a historian with portions of survivable written text. As an observer and writer, Tacitus wrote within a frame of life experience, as well as Titus Maccius Plautus (Roman Playwright) and Marcus Aurelius (Roman Emperor).

The worst individual will cause quarreling and conflicts, disarray and chaos—a principle of causation—a complacent narcissistic opinion, a disgruntled self-esteem, and an exasperation to spirituality. A person who causes turmoil out of boredom or sport—that type of person resides within a miserable reality. The context of low self-esteem and boredom predominates the principle of causation. Depriving the cultivation quest of virtuous qualities that include integrity and worthiness—tranquility and a quiet content heart cannot exist among the powers of negativity.

Many who seem to be struggling with adversity are happy; many, amid great affluence, are utterly miserable. —Cornelius Tacitus

With an observational eye without judgment, it should be clear that the wealthy are miserable and empowered with a strong level of inner discontent. The path of the world and the darkness is easy. The path of spirituality will face adversity and struggles, but once victorious over each situation, inner strength adds upon the individuals higher-self.