That ain't snow, Mike. That's angel hair. We done died and gone to heaven.
(Charles Beaumont (1930-1967), U.S. screenwriter, and Edward Bernds. Lt. Turner (Patrick Waltz), Queen of Outer Space, looking at the landscape from their crash site (1958).
From a story by Ben Hecht (1893-1964); real name Charles Nutt.)
Satan use his physical manifestations to buffet a changed man and taunt him for not returning to his wickedness. It's a lure. If a man say he ain't living according to satan's plan for his life, it makes no sense to test him according to it and expect evil from him. And that ain't being weak but wise. This will show that one has transcended the primitive mindset and rose to a higher level of Light. Then one is in good with God, the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. The Creator or your way soul. That's who to please. As for satan, he ain't even on God's level. God created him. He wasn't always evil but he became full of himself and removed from his spot. He tried to turn the angels against God and some of them fell for it and they are now the fallen angels or evil spirits in the world today.
Settling down in life is such an ironical term....its like the temptation of adam n eve to eat the apple in the garden of eden...only after having that fruit they realize that they are now fallen angels.....temptation should remain as temptation...aim should remain as aim...dream should remain as dream...because when people think that something is their destiny...and they should settle...there is nothing left....n empty vacant space...light years to travel...but nothing to be found..