The darkest hour is just before the dawn. Why is it so? Have you ever thought of this before? Does this bother you and make you ask the question back at the universe for being unfair in that moment? Well, I have asked these questions. And as the answers unfolded themselves, I have been extremely grateful for these darkest hours in my life as much as the sunshine that showered itself upon me.
If you have been pondering over questions like these then, this write up could give you some insights into it. When you overcome the most dreaded and dangerous encounters, you are closest to realising your destiny. Then, why does the soul of the world behave evil? Why does it put you through tests more aggressively and more vigorously than ever before? Why does the soul of the world try and hold you back?
The lessons you have learned on your way, while you traveled so far have become you. Mastering these lessons only means mastering yourself. And all there is to master is to embrace all that comes your way; whether it is the darkest hour or the dawn, the heart knows it all. But the dawn will arrive when you do not allow the darkest hour to have a grip on you.
It is in this darkest hour that the soul of the world gives you an opportunity to convert them into the strongest ray of light, that light which was always a ‘hope’, is now a ‘reality’, that light which was an illusion is now the truth, the light that you looked forward to, that light is now YOU!
When you embrace this darkest hour with all your heart, you transcend all the darkest hours across lifetimes. Such is the power and such is the opportunity that the soul of the world offers to you in that hour. Hence, the soul of the world is not evil, nor is it holding you back.
And yes, it is more aggressive in its nature so that you can merge and be one with it and not just live by having glimpses into it.
May your darkest hour be your strength to dissolve every defilement …
May your darkest hour reveal to you the Light that you are….
May your darkest hour thirst your quench to freedom…
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