But when we witness that inescapable breath of wisdom, will we feel it?
Perception Of Christianity
All of my life, just like so many others, I have tried to learn something new every day, or every second, if one wants to be technical. In this way, life is always a new beginning. Learning, gaining knowledge or understanding is a complicated thing if one is afraid to open new doors of perception. Why fear, they are all clearly marked to suit everyone's interest, knock and it shall be opened to you ...
My perception of Christianity differs from most. I see the prince of peace as a teacher who wanted emulation not adulation. His own words make that clear: "Don't glorify me, glorify God." This teacher taught me that we are all sons and daughters of God, and as divine beings we have well defined responsibilities, not only to the Creator and Mother Nature, but to one another as well. From an individual viewpoint, perception needs to be panoramic, not myopic. Shortsightedness gets one nowhere. Teachers teach, preachers preach and greed will always overreach. To strain at a gnat and swallow a camel is obviously not a good thing.
When a student is properly taught, they become a teacher in their own right, especially in matters of the spirit. The patriarchy is only half of the story, the other half is matriarchal. Woman's divinity is as equally important as man's divinity. After all, woman is the mother of all men. The goddess is as full of wisdom, beauty and truth as God is. Actually, these are the two aspects of the one God. We are all invited to witness and observe the two becoming one at the wedding. But only if we are dressed properly ... those who attempt to bring their pride and vanity along will be cast into the outer darkness. Those who are dressed properly become one with everything and are allowed to become an observer of the realm of the unmanifest. This is called being born into the spirit. This is an experience that is available to one and all. ... As I near the end of my 500 words I become aware of the difficulty of explaining ineffable understanding. It's almost impossible, however, I'm convinced that I will never stop trying. ...
In conclusion, I want to thank all of those who responded to "Limited Consciousness." Thank you so much for your kind words.