Differences of thought will exist. It's the greatest truth of life n our very existence. But these differences can be sorted out by true strength. True strength comes from ur feminine side says Lady Isis. She narrates a legendary story of how Osiris, courageously faced his brother Seth's harshness diligently both towards him n his son Horus. No two brothers can be same.
We all once were witness to this Egyptian tale of two brothers. No one is born dark neither light. It's the perspective of a person. We need both black n white. Masculine n feminine energy. One is incomplete without the other. Goddess says, negative weighs more than positive for a while. In that very moment, u must be able to overcome it, otherwise it'll consume u n you'll never be able to find light again.
Only way to clear this blocked up negative vibes that comes towards u can be destroyed by compassion n love. Unconditional love is compassion. Osiris dealt with his brother Seth who harmed his son too with elegance. No matter how much he has to suffer he didn't gave up his compassion. Finally in the end he became the Supreme Lord. Feminine energy is not ur biological gender, it's ur energy. U all have it irrespective of whether u r man or woman. There's always a moral at the end of such myths n legends. U must be able to understand what is it. Over come any negativity with compassion.
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