VENTURE OUT OF THE HAYSTACK!
Location: 
Oregon, USA
Date: 
Tuesday, March 9, 2021
Teacher(s): 

“Variety is restful; monotony is what wears and exhausts. Day after day is alike—just life or the alternative of death.” [UB, 48:6.37]

Thought Adjuster: “Those resenting diversity would benefit from the following awareness exercise: “What would my life look like if stripped to the bare bone of contrast?” 

Let us compare a human experience peppered with multiformity with one plagued with uniformity. The first case scenario has a holographic quality that prompts you to grab life by the horns, relishing its thrilling elements of surprises. The second one is stuck in a tedious, mind- and emotion-dulling rehashing of the same old same old.

Uniformity puts in an idling mode your innate curiosity that gets naturally stimulated by a constant change of inner and outer scenery. Happiness ensues from the full expression of your original personality, leading you to find creative ways to ‘vent’ your inner truth, beauty, and goodness—the mixed media through which you express your spiritual side. These beautiful attributes scream for spontaneous self-expression as a vibrant tile of the colorful cosmic mosaic. 

Without diversity, nothing and no one would stand out as a thing, event, or person of interest.  A standardized learning curriculum would not do much for the overall planetary advancement. How could it be without the thought-provoking catalysts of diversity?

Small-mindedness and closed-heartedness are two significant obstacles that hold you back in your overall development.  Unquestioned abidance to established rules, rituals, and belief systems is unproductive. God expresses his infinite nature in a rich palette of hues, sounds, tastes, odors, and textures, selectively infusing them in each of his carefully engineered micro- or macro-scaled creatures for the collective enjoyment.

In your world, uniformity has become a regrettable trend that intimidates many into concealing their stunning originality in a plain-looking haystack, doing a great disservice to the whole.”