Some men are created to have a singular soul, with its own purpose. Some are created as a set, to share the same soul. In that set are one Owner and those who were created to share it, His slaves. The Owner must see his slaves as a part of himself, no more and no less, because that's the truth. He is so much the same as his slaves that he is morally responsible for everything they do, once they have accepted and achieved their destiny, their BIRTH.
The Owner must have gone through His own discovery of destiny. He must have ended up in a position that he is permanently committed to being the Owner of the soul that is shared, and without any option to abandon it. Then, a permanent oath must be sworn to the Creator, that the Owner will act in the best interest of his slaves, without exception or limit, regardless of the personal effect on the Owner.
When your purpose, destiny and happiness is what you have prayed for, then you must be given experiences that are so traumatic that you would never consider abandoning your role. Any less, and the Universe can't, and won't trust you to do your job. Your obedience to the creator has to be more complete than that required of any slave. The Universe can't be tricked, so BIRTH will never be granted unless the Owner can be trusted by the Universe, and is qualified to perform his destiny.
The Owner must develop all the techniques necessary to support the intention of giving the parts of his soul the experiences they need to accept their destiny, the moment of BIRTH. An Owner's destiny cannot be completed without fully developing the parts that belong to Him.
Developing others to their destiny introduces an Owner to being set up as the object of all the anger and disappointment and betrayal that a developing slave must experience to know for sure what his destiny is, and to accept it. While you are developing a slave out of love and a completely unselfish motive, the developing slave will have to treat you like an enemy. An Owner is the worst enemy the ego has ever experienced. The Owner has to be the chronic, unrelenting enemy of the ego, or the ego will win and the soul will lose. No one has ever accepted their destiny while their egos are still important in their life.
When the Owner is the most loving and accepting, the slave can be the most hateful, disrespectful, ungrateful, resentful, and combative. Every time the ego tries to entice you, as Owner, to anger, you most need to be ready to express unqualified love for the developing slave. If your image and position matter the least bit egotistically, you won't be there to provide the support the developing slave needs. Fail to be there, and you can never become an Owner.
The slave's ego will try to attack you when you have the least time to deal with it, or when you are the most fatigued. The slave's ego becomes destructive and creative. The more open the Owner is about explaining all the things that a slave never needs
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