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BARBARIAN: PART 3 (PRIMITIVE NATURE)

May 30, 2017 | Blog

A barbarian is one who operates in his or her natural state. Before civilization took hold of us, before culture influenced our actions, we were untouched. Before they came with their offers of cultivation, we operated in our primitive nature.

We took an oath don’t you remember? We pledged our sword, our passion, and our life to another. We allowed him to come into our lives and exchange our hearts. He took from us a heart of stone and gave us a heart of flesh. He renewed our spirit, transformed our mind, and rewired our thinking. He adopted us and he became our Father. The moment we took that oath, the moment we pledged ourselves to him, we became citizens of a different world. And in this world, in this off-planet kingdom, we were brought back to what we were created to be. Untouched by culture. Undomesticated.

To the eyes of the world we became barbaric, but in the eyes of our Father, we became who we were always meant to be. We took on a new form, was given a sword forged of heavenly fire and in exchange for our tattered clothes, we were given armor made of light. We became soldiers and children and lovers of the Most High. Of a king who lives outside of time and the movements of this world. We no longer adapt or are accustomed to this civilization, but have found a new home in a new kingdom.

This world, this earth, is no longer our home. We walk among these plains and sail these oceans but we are not of it. We no longer share in the domestic worries, the domestic happiness, or the domestic chores of this world. We are free of the influences that drive us away from the pursuit of our Father. We have returned to our natural state. Our primitive nature.

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