One night I watched a video about the Aghori of India.
Their apperence makes me so very sick to my stomach, but there is another side to them.
There are Aghori who take showers in clean water, and use soap and shampoo. Who eat normal food off of clean dishes, and dress in clean clothes and not animal skins.
They educate kids no matter what caste they come from, and they teach humanity to everyone, not only by example, but by focus and will power also.
They beleive the human body cannot be polluted by physical things. The only pollution it may suffer will always be spiritual.
They beleive that God is always willing to communicate with us all, and take care of us all, and that we are all very much equal.
No one is above or below us, we are the same amount of person and God. Nothing can defile us, no matter where we live, what we touch, what we eat, we’re all still equal parts man and God.
And I tend to agree. Society may cast us into one role, but that is only acting.
The real person behind that character that keeps being extracted is most likely the most honest, down to earth, spiritual being that we can imagine, and that the person we should be getting to know with in each other. Not the fake person that the higher ruling powers demand of us.
Throw all that stuff away now and let’s just be ourselves.