Yes, we are all an authentic reflection of the source of our creation; however, electing to honor that source by practicing and demonstrating one's spirituality is a matter of choice and free will.
Those who do not elect to honor the source of our creation become vulnerable to physical world temptations that are not authentic: the quest for power and control by manipulating or betraying others; the need for costly material goods such as the biggest and best homes, cars, clothes, and more things; and the drive for self-gratification through excessive wealth, sex, and mass adulation. These are all illusions that are not real and meaningful. Oftentimes such individuals become spiritually blocked or confused which may lead to great unhappiness.
Rediscovering our spirituality requires us to reconnect with our source such that we manifest a clarion vision and purpose for what is real and what matters most: compassion, sensitivity, and unconditional love. And that is our very human challenge as inherently spiritual beings.
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