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How I learned to love the losses

Erasure of that which cannot be purposefully delivered is not a problem

In the spiritual world I keep coming across the term “deliverance”, which seems to be a purging of the unhealthy and unhelpful spirits that plague us. Losing a spirit of oppression or infirmity seems like a good thing! We understand that losses are a part of life, but in our culture we perceive some losses, like death, as almost being a kind of regrettable fault with the nature of life.

In the telecoms world we have networks that will keep trying to buffer up and “deliver” a packet even though it is “mouldy” and well past its “compute by” date. A poor relationship to the benefit of loss ends up sabotaging the overall flow of everything, “clogging the pipes” with useless data that will never create value in the world. Reframing the erasure of a “too much delayed” packet as a feature and not a fault makes everyone better.

We are in a season of loss, which is only set to increase, as large numbers of people have taken a slow acting lethal injection that also causes mass disability. We may mourn the losses, and regret the criminality involved, but we do have a choice of how to relate to them. The jabbed took on too much “spiritual delay” in waking up, and cannot be “delivered” as a consequence, forcing bodily loss as the only option. Without this enormous wake up signal to society, we would either delay a better world, or allow an even greater offered load of evil, possibly causing systemic collapse.

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Martin Geddes