Different Sounds One Symphony

The human body comes in different colours but the human soul is colourless, just different flavours of divinity from the Source of life — many graces, one God. We are different verses in one universe.

The world will be distasteful without diversity, and no doubt our world will be in disarray when there is disunity. Imagine a world where everyone has the same talent and trait — no vibe, no versatility, just vibrant souls stuck in a void structure.

We are different spirits vibrating at different frequencies of faith and freedom — configured to be creative, made to manifest limitless possibilities.

Diversity is designed to create room for compassion and creativity. Irrespective of our tongues and tribes, we are created to communicate compassion fluently. Love is our universal language. We all are unique sounds in God’s symphony.

God is very the master builder. Everything He made is a masterpiece. Every creation, every colour and every culture are breathtaking beadworks of His multifaceted glories.

No one is inferior or superior to the other, each one of us is an epitome of eternal excellence — lavished with love, garnished with grace and nurtured with nobility.

God is too beautiful to be expressed in one colour. We all are a part of this divine edifice. Jaw-dropping jewels in a terrific treasure chest. Sparkling stars in a golden galaxy — all shades of love and light.

We all are made in His indelible and ineffable image. We are streams of eternal substance.

“I thank you, High God — You’re breathtaking! Body and soul, I am marvellously made! I worship in adoration—what a creation!”
Psalm 139: 14 MSG
© Adeleke Adeite

Thank you dear friends for reading. I miss you all. Let me know your favourite line from this piece. Drop it in the comment section. 🌸🌸❤❤🙏

7 thoughts on “Different Sounds One Symphony”

  1. “We all are unique sounds in God’s symphony.” Souls do not have races. Love lives in every culture and knows no boundaries.

    God’s blessing for you and dear greetings, Gisela

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      1. Thank you for asking. I don’t want to complain, but age brings with it a few aches and pains. At the moment I am suffering a lot from the war in Ukraine. There are so many injustices in this world. I feel for it. What can I do but write, pray and hope?

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        1. I am so sorry about your pain and aches. I pray for healing and strength for you, sir. I believe that old age is a blessing that comes with its pains, I pray you will enjoy the blessings more while you endure the pain.

          The war between Russia and Ukraine is a reminder that our world is an imperfect place full of imperfect people. When our prayer for peace and pursuit of love fails, we can only choose to have hope that all will be well. I am glad you found solace in writing.

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  2. I love how you attributed a sense of taste to the soul, colourless yet overflowing with unique flavours. Each soul has a recipe on offer to share with the world.
    Indeed a soulful aroma when souls gather round, to give of themselves to each other.
    Share in their amazing talents and craft. This is what make choirs, the orchestra and their conductors a joy to hear and a glory to behold. And the hills come alive in the magnificence of diversity

    💐Every creation, every colour and every culture are breathtaking beadworks of His multifaceted glories.💐

    Each bead shining so brightly, located with a unique signature blessing, great and small He loves them all.
    God is love
    To love like God…

    The depth and height of your praise , worship and adoration for the multi-faceted wonder snd beauty of Creation is deeply appreciated Adeleke.

    💐We are streams of eternal substance.💐
    My cup runneth over.
    Happy Sunday to you.

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