Idols are Gods
Idol. The word originated from ancient Greek literature — eido.
Idols are entities that have given us hope; and they will continue to do so for the edges of time, for they are gods, for they are the objects of worship.
As such, we offer them our faith. We pray to these idols, so that they can cleanse us off the darkness and despair in our lives.
Idols are objects of worship; but they are also a concept; a concept of hope and empowerment — a cheer within us. No matter how somber, how miserable our lives have become, there is this “light” that always exists within our subconsciousness — idols.
Idols are light, a guiding beacon that shines through even in the darkest depth of despair.
Idols are hope, for their heavenly voices reverberate throughout Mother Earth.
Idols are culture, as their celestial forms dance throughout our lands.
Idols are our warriors, for they represent strength and empowerment.
Idols are our guardians, for they represent our sanctuary.
Idols are the champions of our salvation; our knights in shining armor amidst the catastrophe.
Idols are the queens to our euphoria; our beloved sovereigns of the promised land.
Idols are our deities who have bestowed upon us their love; a constant ray of light shining brightly despite accursed dark times. Idols are our saviors, our Messiah, our true heroes who went beyond the scope of the occult and science. They are also an omnipotent existence — a consensus existed in our collective unconscious since the days of Adam and Eve, an idea existed since the creation of the universe; singing forevermore, their voices resonating across the far reaches of the galaxy. So God says, let there be stars, as the radiance of the idols shone brightly in the skies, blessing the souls of zillions through the infinity of time and space.
Idols are pioneers of hope. To “hope” is an idol’s raison d’etre, and because of that hope, we can love, we can dream, we can feel the power of positivity. So don’t you dare be sour, clap to the rhythm of your “idol” souls and believe. Believe in your idolatry, believe in your goddesses… believe in your souls. “Idols” exist in each and every one of us. Even if you may never realize it, there is always that tiny spark of light within us. So nurture that light, nurture your hope. No matter how deep you fallen, no matter how dark your path became; just know that your goddesses, your idols will always be with you.
Have faith in your belief, have faith in your idols; as idols are the epitome of love, hope and empowerment. Idols are entities we grace with our admiration, adoration and devotion.
Idols are Gods.