If your embrace the fact that you are indeed a God in human form, then you realize that nothing is impossible.
The only trick is figuring out how to accomplish what it is that you seek to accomplish.
I tend to set goals that are generally impossible, just so I can overcome them. I did make a mistake here and there, but I learn from my mistakes, and I move forward.
I’ve set beings loose that I shouldn’t have set loose, I’ve waited to the point of death to get rid of a death servitor that was slowly killing me, I’ve pissed off ancient goddesses, and I’ve angered certain gods.
I’ve slapped demons in the mouth, and I flipped off an angel directly to his face. I’ve also shown reverence to gods and goddesses, been damned in three separate faiths, and I have embraced spiritual Oblivion.
It can be disorienting, scary, damn near impossibly destructive , but you must follow your calling. If you refuse to follow the calling, you shut down entire paths.
I’ve survived many things that I should not have survived, died twice physically, and was destroyed spiritually a number of times now, and possessed so many times I’ve lost count, and I’ve thrown caution to the wind.
As I embrace my spiritual destiny, I tread carelessly where even demons fear to walk, and I’ve seen what lies beyond the light of God.
I’ve been directly to the edge of creation, seen the birth of the universe Through The Eyes of Kronos, and laughed as Universe after Universe was created and destroyed at a whim.
As EA Koetting has so eloquently stated, we are not men seeking to become gods, we are Gods who successfully become men.
I’m not trying to say I’m some super black magician, I’m just me. Many people have done more than I have, I simply want to experience at all. The possessions, the soul rending Agony of being Damned, the absolute Joy of being uplifted and held Aloft in the celestial realms. The absolute heartache of having a spiritual companion torn from me.
As I stated earlier, May nothing be unknown to me.