For if it is an illness that is labeled upon a person, they begin to live within that illness, be that illness and follow the treatments listed for that illness. But what if that person took the time to understand the illness and why it is being presented to them. What if they considered the consequences as to why this has arisen and tried to deal with the emotional aspect of it rather than just accepting it. Surely then the person has more chance of recovering from it and moving into a more positive outlook than taking pills or medicine for the rest of their lives.
Where a label is given to a spirit/ guide, those who identify with that angel/god/spirit guide will be comforted by the words given. Those who do not understand those labels or fear them will shy away from them and be turned away from the information that is given. So why is it we have to identify a name when we are collectively all working as part of the same source. I guess the answer lies in the very reason why we all have to be identified individually by name. It is just simply a way of ensuring that we retain our individuality but in the end it also creates a limitation on our belief that we are collectively one and therefore the ability to completely love unconditionally. For to love unconditionally means letting go of the individuality and learning to love everyone and everything in the same way as if they were one. It is no wonder that we have become a society of people who want nothing more than to stand out of the crowd and be recognised as someone wonderful. Yet collectively we are all wonderful and amazing and we are all one and if were to truly work together as one the world would become a much more loving and wonderful place to be.