The Secret Society Dilemma

April 20, 2015

By Padmini Arhant

The privileged society relentless efforts to discredit and deny facts presented on this site is a continuous struggle for them.

The members’ disdain for clarity and reality is transparent and the antagonism spills over in different format.

Despite imposters and wannabes futile indulgence in incorrigible performance, the so-called elite society engagement in the losing battle expedite the inevitable conclusion of destructive era represented by them.

Interestingly, the privileged society paraded characters as Avatars and the ultimate Divas parroting and lip-syncing scripted material only brings their duplicity to surface in the absence of credibility and talent to deliver original thoughts and selfless actions for greater good.

The attempts to sabotage preordained divine mission exemplify the beginning of the end of saboteurs’ existence prompting them to squander life in the quest for fame, fortune and power guaranteed to produce malefic results in accordance with deeds defining destiny.

The lack of respect for women and human rights in general signify civilization decline and attributed to those exerting authority and influence through illegitimacy and dominance.

These characteristics not being innate human qualities, such conduct raise questions on the source identity considering the negative traits represent corrupt culture and delusional supremacy status.

The choices are available either to renounce self-detrimental course or reap the consequences in the counterproductive approach.

None are exempt from final judgment upon departure and redemption is not an entitlement given the deliberate and voluntary involvement for personal satisfaction and benefit.

Life is an opportunity for self-purification and liberation from guilt with conscience witness to lifetime accounts necessitating debt settlement known as karma. The artful manipulation and evasion exacerbates experience without exception as a reminder to learn from mistakes rather than violations becoming legacy.

There is much to gain from acknowledgment of wrongdoings and seek forgiveness from victims with reparation costs and alternatively lose everything in defiance to fait accompli.

The secret society is at the crossroads and could no longer prolong the unsustainable dilemma.

Peace to all!

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant


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