All words possess fallibility. Whether spoken, written or insinuated with hand gestures words possess representations of another individual’s thoughts.
Words originated with grunts, art painting on walls, object displays, group movements. and eventually morphed into language.
More significant, words preceded creation, in the beginning words described our unexplainable environment.
What does this mean for the Dragon? This should be not surprise I have no clue how to describe my source. In other words, I am not pompous enough to believe my words define God, more so, than the television minister or a drunk pushing a cart.
Words Misguide Us
As a matter of fact, I believe words demand the least respect concerning spiritual restoration. The howl of a lone wolf speaks louder than a million men shouting about God. Words embed perceptions, misconceptions, truths, and lies. When are we not sure words convey nothing more than artificial jargon.
The Dragon’s tongue reflects the ego mind and spiritual purity at times. I do not profess a secret to Tao, God, Source or the mystery. Finely dressed in an Armani suit or resting atop a leaf, I have no clue about the whereabouts your God.
This may be unsettling for some since vast amounts of men proclaim knowledge of God’s whereabouts. I will not contest opinions or facts on their opinion. Some may be right, however, I posses no faith in God’s location declared the tongues of men.
I Trust my Heart
I retraced my steps to a time before birth. The experience difficult and exhausting it was the hardest expose I ever endured. I trusted no person and found “I AM.” I sought everything, and discover nothing. I surrendered to darkness and awaken by light.
You see, again words are tricky and confusing, even when spoke by the Dragon. However, as mentioned, if one profess mastery of God I retreat into darkness.
In the darkness man’s words do not exist, that’s where “I AM.” I always free with my source.
Whatever that source may be.