I will wait
Without the presence of mortals upon the earth,
seasons would cycle, flowers would take root, live and bloom, oceans would rage and then become calm, and the movements of the skies follow their fashion.
Planets would rotate on axis as they are caught in orbit. All of life would be disciplined as to their functions, following the “Order of Intension,” the intension of “Eternal law”.
Then so, when we are visitors in another’s temple, out of respect for the proprietor, we should abide by the rules he has set for his household.
It is often either the rebellious one, and one who follows his ego, that cannot comply to the rules of the household.
As time performs its changes, it is delightfully interesting that the rebellious one tends to eventually ascend from what he has learned during his constant defining and redefining of his own rebellion.
And the man who was intent on loving his own ego, finds himself foreign to his own environment, that is life giving.
As he bites the hand that feeds him,
I love him, and will wait indefinitely for him to realize, who and what he is.