Souls from higher dimensions of existence have different priorities
while a low dimensional scale may judge himself from another's perspective,
if you judge a saint by the number of cars he owns,
he will release u from his life as if u never strayed,
a person's riches is in the happiness he spreads, the peace she radiates,
its not the words, its the peace in soul energy which reflects outside of being
a high dimensional soul will feel successful only from within, in alignment with God's soul's perspective
Human beings evolved from monkeys . Hence , most human learning was developed around imitation. The following example shows how using largely imitation to teach can suppress initiative, originality, creativity, life skills learning and soul achievement ability.
Each soul has a unique purpose to be born. If one fails ina task, it diodes not mean that another would fail as well. The more we try to be traditionally conventional, the more we allow our minds to become lazy and non evolving.
Like monkeys, human beings still have a habit to allow rules to rule their lives. For example, as children we are taught to eat well but as a result we may become fat and be unable to lose weight because of this habit.
The following example shows how we need to keep throwing away earlier traditions and rules which no longer serve us. The more we cross check our rule following behaviours, the more we would be able to reach out to our dreams if happiness. Being successful is also a rule which is redundant if the success followed does not lead to happiness . Choices in life need to be continuously redefined and traditions broken by cross checking on whether the choices are leading us towards peace or away from it.
This is based on a real experiment conducted in U.K :
Put eight monkeys in a room. In the middle of the room is a ladder, leading to a bunch of bananas hanging from a hook on the ceiling.
Each time a monkey tries to climb the ladder, all the monkeys are sprayed with ice water, which makes them miserable. Soon enough, whenever a monkey attempts to climb the ladder, all of the other monkeys, not wanting to be sprayed, set upon him and beat him up. Soon, none of the eight monkeys ever attempts to climb the ladder.
One of the original monkeys is then removed, and a new monkey is put in the room. Seeing the bananas and the ladder, he wonders why none of the other monkeys are doing the obvious. But undaunted, he immediately begins to climb the ladder.
All the other monkeys fall upon him and beat him silly. He has no idea why.
However, he no longer attempts to climb the ladder.
A second original monkey is removed and replaced. The newcomer again attempts to climb the ladder, but all the other monkeys hammer the crap out of him.
This includes the previous new monkey, who, grateful that he's not on the receiving end this time, participates in the beating because all the other monkeys are doing it. However, he has no idea why he's attacking the new monkey.
One by one, all the original monkeys are replaced. Eight new monkeys are now in the room. None of them have ever been sprayed by ice water. None of them attempt to climb the ladder. All of them will enthusiastically beat up any new monkey who tries, without having any idea why.
And that is how most traditions get established and followed.