I like how Asmoday put it: darkworkers expand their list of choices whereas lightworkers accept fewer and fewer choices. A darkworker needs to reason through their morality and decide on a case-by-case basis how they're going to act in regard to others whereas for lightworkers the most significant choice they can make is who or what they will serve. They will always retain some autonomy over their own lives if they choose well, but they are, as Asmoday stated somewhere else, "God with one hand tied behind their backs."
I see this as a darkworker perspective.
From my point of view, lightworkers are not subservient. In fact, many of them are rebels (and those who are not rebels have decided to pick their battles, but they have rebel potential). Darkworkers, if I understand what a darkworker is, see things in terms of superiority and inferiority. Lightworkers - true lightworks as I concieve of them - see all beings as equal and can be neither lords or servants, in the way a darkworker thinks of the ideas. To clarify, they can (and do) wield power, but not in the same way.
Subservience to God is something different from subservience to any THING, as God is not a thing, God came before things. When I surrender to God I am surrendering my attachment to worldly struggles. When I surrender to a wordly opponent he limits me, when I surrender to God I become limitless.
God is our true nature, is love, is naturalness. So to fight against these things is to fight against ourselves. Surrendering a fight against oneself is liberating.
God loves us and cares for us because we are a part of him, we are his very body... we ARE him... so surrendering to him is only sane. The incredible, unbelievable thing is that it is possible not to surrender to him, not to remember you are him.
It's only in short bursts I've had these sorts of mystical experiences but I've had a sort of intuitive understanding of these things ever since I remember.