In Search of Your Soul

Have you ever watch the TV show, In Search Of?

It was a good reality show that would take you on an in search of unsolved mysteries hosted by Leonard Nimoy, It was on from April 17, 1977 to March 1, 1982. They even look at things that defy explanation.

Or how about have you seen the Star Trek movie, “In Search of Spock?”

That movies came about after Spock supposedly death. Captain Kirk and the Star Trek Enterprise was on a mission in search of Spock; after hearing that Spock may still be alive, when they thought he was killed in the last movie.

Now this is in regard of In Search of character and calling of a person.

There is more in a human life than our theories of it allow. Sooner or later something seems to call us onto a particular path. This book is about that call a person may have on their life.

We all have a call in our lives. It just a matter if we hear and answer that call.

Just like we all have character that defines us. Some characters are good and some are bad. It doesn’t matter who you may be. It knows no skin colors, race, or sex. There are good and bad people in all race of life.

When you look at the face before you, you will see a whole gestalt of a person. The eyes are the window to our soul. Our souls defines our character makeup. You are born with a character; it is a given; a gift, as the old stories from the guardians upon our birth.

When Solomon was looking for the next king of Israel to replace Saul, God told him, “Man looks at the outward appearance; whereas God looks at the heart.”

In other words, we do not take the time to look into their eyes in search of their soul, their character, their DNA. We have a tendency to judge a person by their outward appearances or what they may or may not be wearing. If they don’t look a certain way, we think that they are of bad character and don’t trust them.

Our eyes is the lamp for our body. It reveals the good and the bad in our character. If the light is dark, our character will be dark; if the light is bright, our character is bright.

You can look at today’s vampire’s movies to see for yourself. You can also just look into a person eyes to see what kind of character, they may be.

I know that I may get a lot of comments here when I mention George Floyd. To the Black Lives Matter movement, they made him into a martyr.

If you look into the eyes of his picture, you can see his true character, spirit, soul. Just by looking at his picture, I knew without a shadow of a doubt that he was a bad seed. He was a criminal and heavily into drugs. It was written all over his face.

Don’t get wrong, the police officer may had gone too; but George Floyd was no angel either. I wouldn’t want to meet him in a dark alley.

The soul of each of us is given a unique daimon before we are born.

When a person have twins, one may be of good seeds and the other bad seeds. That’s why some family may have a bad seed in the family. Someone they do not want to talk about or try to keep from family get together.

If you ever watch the movies “Exorcist”, or “Damian”, they showed how their character was through their eyes. Their eyes were dark and evil character, revealing a dark soul within.

In any court cases, psychologist would recommend that the jury look into the defendant eyes before making a ruling on the case. Like looking into the heart of a person, before making rash judgement on a person. Yet, we all seems to do it. We judge a person by the way they may look or dress. It doesn’t matter the color of their skin, their race or their sex. You sometimes can tell if they are being abused or was abused as a child. That’s a whole different blog.

Some people would wear dark glasses to avoid us seeing into their eyes to see their soul. Those are the kinds that you may have to watch out for. If you cannot look into their eyes, how can you tell what kind of character they may be?

Criminals, sadistic guards and serial rapist did their souls descend from the lap of necessity? Some say that Ted Bundy and Jeffery Dahmer had a dark soul that was easily revealed through their eyes. Even Adolf Hitler had a dark evil soul that was shown in his eyes.

Hitler, himself said in his last speech, “Come what may, my heart remains ice-cold.”

I could go on with this. Another example was Charles Manson. When they showed him on television years ago, looking into his eyes, you could tell that he had a very dark soul.

So remember this the next time you meet someone new. Don’t judge them by their appearance. Like you don’t judge a book by it’s cover. Look into their eyes. The eyes are the window to our souls. They are the lamp that will illuminate our souls to either reveal a light or a dark character in each and everyone of us.