Can a person be too spiritual? The task of being spiritually minded is overcoming the world to be spiritually centered, like the Savior. (Spiritual people do their best to see, feel, think, and act like God—and not just on Sunday but always.) “Always” is the key to goodness but is “always” too much? Perhaps, to worldly people who say, “Extreme”, “Zealot”, “Religious Fanatic”, and “Out of touch with reality” but are spiritual people trying to impress the world?
Spiritual people strive to make their character as pure and holy as possible. The natural man (and woman) makes fun of what they don’t understand. Natural people, who haven’t risen above their carnal instincts, mock, laugh at, make fun of, point their fingers, shun, blame, hide, bully, and shame those who aren’t like them, but spiritual people ignore them and have the resolve to reach their goals.
Wickedness makes it easier to be righteous. The gap is widening between good or bad, ethical or unethical, moral or immoral, spiritual or secular, and everyone must decide where they stand. Here’s my pep-talk: “Don’t get distracted by mean tactics that stop you from becoming your best self. Let go of inevitable wickedness and ignore the downward pull. Lift where you stand. Be a light to others. Obey God. Stand for the right. Follow good impressions in your heart & mind that will never lead you wrong. Have no regrets. Be strong. You’ve got this!”