To become wise is to enter into a new realm of being whereby your old way of being now appears as your pre-mortal existence, whereas now you have known the god of Death, and you have thus become a mortal being; naked, vulnerable, and aware.
To become the Sage is to accept one’s vulnerability, and to allow thy soul to rise to greater heights until you arrive at a place that resembles the Kingdom of Heaven, or to some, the Garden of the Mind.
To become the Saviour is to resurrect the body up to the realm of Heaven, and to commune with God in His Garden that abounds, and to seek His counsel, and to be instructed, and to heed unto His quiet whisperings, and to walk gracefully on the mountain paths which He leads thee on.
To become Christ is to participate in those things which would bring thee closer to Him, and thus to the Logos, and thus to God.
To participate in such things is to literally become the body of Christ, and to be nourished by the blood of Christ, and to enter the realm of eternal life, wherein you see with God’s eyes, and hear with God’s ears, and feel with God’s heart, and you think with God’s Mind, and you dissolve into God’s Soul, and you remain.
To become a fool is to testify of such things before thou hath known them.
To become a cynic is to testify against such things without ever having sought them, much less attained them.
To become tranquil is to accept responsibility for one’s own life, and to allow oneself to sink slowly into the infinite sea of wisdom that is God.
To become bitter is to deny responsibility for one’s life, and thus to allow pride to enter thy heart, and to turn against God, and to work against Him.
The wise man knows that even the mockers are directed by God, and thus he pays them no mind.
To become a coward is to know these things in thy heart, and then to refuse testimony by word and deed.
To become the hero is to know these things in thy heart, thy mind, and thy soul, and then to testify of their truth, not by word, but by deed.
Thus, the Logos makes manifest the archetypes of consciousness and the realms of existence to those who have eyes to see, and ears to hear, and a mind with which to discern, and a heart with which to feel, and a soul that yearns for flowing streams and fertile fields.
Which will you become?
Where will you dwell?