Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

‎”While we are free to do and choose what is right and wrong for ourselves, some of us know we are accountable to one authority: God. That which is not pleasing to God and Spirit, that which brings us down, encourages the negative, the profane, the vulgarities that riddle life, are the very things that create the distance between God and man. The path is very clear yet so many do not follow. They live in the world as we all do but they subscribe to nothing but themselves. The freedoms we are allowed, those which we were given including governing ourselves, are not liberties to exploit others, ourselves, or to create a degenerate society of people. Those who know who they are ultimately accountable to God live a life that represents the good, the positive, the wholesome, the healthy, the morally correct. Is your moral compass spinning of its own volition or do you realize that the only person who controls your morals and values is yourself? You are not subject to life, people, the basic and low: You were born good, of a high vibration, and what your life is today is what you have created it to be. It’s never too late to make changes, course corrections, to stop doing the things that in your heart, mind, and soul, are already, inherently wrong. You know what those things are — you were born with the ability to learn and understand the world around you even when it’s not what you imagined it to be. But you can imagine a new reality, you can imagine a new morality, you can imagine what the world would be like if everyone knew who they were accountable to.”–Rita Evelyn Yanez

This quote was inspired by the following: ‎”I’m a lover of my own liberty, and so I would do nothing to restrict yours. I simply want to please my own conscience, which is God.” –Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.