Divinity is not something you attain. You don’t become divine because of something you’re doing. Divinity is something you’re born with. It’s what you are. And if you’re divine, then you’re divine no matter what you are doing.
You’re eating divinely and sleeping divinely. You’re walking divinely and crying divinely. You’re riding the bus divinely, paying your taxes divinely, complaining divinely and fighting divinely. The only question is whether you are divinely conscious or divinely unconscious of your divinity as you go about your daily life.
From the point of view of the Universe, you are perfect no matter what you are doing. The real source of the problem is your own thoughts and judgments about yourself and what you are doing. The problem begins when you let yourself believe you have to be doing this or that, or you must look like this or that, or you must meet a particular set of conditions for you to be divine. And this is where the challenge lies.
Some people will try to define or restrict your divinity. They’ll tell you you’re not divine unless you belong to a particular religion, or you chant mantras and sit in the lotus position, or wear white clothes and never get angry and smile all the time. Some of them want you to be divine in a way that pleases them. Some of them don’t want you to be divine at all. But it’s up to you to discover your own divinity. It’s up to you to decide how you express your divinity to the world.
So as you go about your daily life, watch out for your divinity. Find out what it looks like. What it feels like. What makes it shine brighter or hides its brightness.
It’s your divine right to decide how you express your divinity, and yours alone.