Originally Posted by Harmonium
So what does this say about the distinction between lightworker/darkworker?
So if I get this right, Steve can't enjoy his abundance the same way unless there is a pyramid where he gets to sit on top of others?
I've never resonated with the lightworker/darkworker thing, but I wonder if he still makes a distinction.
It would be nice for this blog post to be expanded, not sure I understand where Steve is actually coming from. I could relate to not wanting the challenge of life to go away, perhaps.
I'd say he's pulling the same trick he has many times before-adopting a particular lens to push buttons and shock people into awareness.
He is making a good point even if the article itself isn't worth taking seriously (though the fact that many will is part of its purpose)-no matter what's going on in the world around us, we have to accept it, even love it, before we can master it.
And I think people are focusing the minutiae so much they're missing something he spelled out in the last paragraph: complaining about what's happening in the world accomplishes jack ****. If it bothers you so much, go play hero. If you're not gonna act it's obviously not sticking in your craw like you say it is, or least it may as well not
be as the result is the same. You're an active agent in this world so it's up to you to do something if you're moved by whatever is happening around you.