A familiar theme among those touched by the Light is someone on the wrong side of humanity is visited by a spirit, which results in a life changing transformation from within. In one chapter, the greedy Scrooge miser directs his anger at the Spirit of the Present condemning God and all that work in his name for humankind’s bad behavior. He cowers when the Spirit rises up over him and lashes out with the truth straight up and as bold as the Mighty.
“There are some upon this earth of yours who lay claim to know us, and who do their deeds of passion, pride, ill-will, hatred, envy, bigotry, and selfishness in our name, who are as strange to us and all our kith and kin, as if they had never lived. Remember that, and charge their doings on themselves, not us!”
Author Charles Dickens would forever be praised for divinely channeling what would become a profoundly philosophical message disguised in the tightly structured Christmas Carol. Academics would spend their life debating whether or not the piece was a secular story or Christian allegory. Considering that it’s historically attracted people on both sides and everyone in between since it came out almost two centuries ago indicates it’s spiritually Universal.
Scrooge is a narcissistic cold hearted mean selfish man who is given a forced life review in the middle of the night, or as I call it “Spirit Hours”, because you’re not distracted and receptive to receive. He’s visited by a deceased business partner stuck to roam the Earth in heavy chains and money chests warning his old friend of the same fate and much worse if he doesn’t repent and change his ways. Scrooge is then visited by three spirits, which in reality would’ve been an order of angels and High Spirits, with the goal of freeing him from bondage of the ego’s self while simultaneously transforming him into joyful deliverance. This is the message this Christmas season.
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