Life Anywhere Is Our Destiny. . .
It is sweet breathing the elixir of rarified air and to be alive anywhere always is our destiny. Life is everlasting. We seem to forget that in the midst of making a living. It is necessary knowledge in making a life.
The Master said suffer the little children to come and we suffer as they refuse to grow up. Somehow to continue the playthings of the child is thought to be appealing and charming and essential to enter heaven if there was one.
As a result we see no progress being made where growth is necessary for the betterment of mankind or peace amid cultural differences. We see ‘king of the mountain’ and ‘my god is better than your god’ still the games of the big in body children.
The Master spoke from a knowledge which was written in blood and bowed only to his greater self, a participant to the becoming of the Greater Mind.
The Our Father, Otche Nash of the Universe is the glowing ascent of man’s bowing to the Greater Mind. All minds contribute to the vastness of it. All input is regarded of major dimension. We contribute to the All in All.
It is time that man sees what it is he contributes. He is here to grind out a living from rock. He is here to chisel an understanding with mallet in hand.
He has to grow up and be accountable.
A Truth. . .
I was told
that life is everlasting,
everlasting and everlasting.
And when my mind and my heart
and the fabric of who I am
accepted this statement,
I found I was very tired.
But I am reminded that still to come
are worlds of promise, whose substance
I have only glimpsed.
I, too, remember my eagerness to taste of the apple.
2 responses to “Life Anywhere Is Our Destiny. . . .”
Too hold onto that desire to taste the apple…I could live my life by that thought.
Maria, to be infected with curiosity is a a gift to cherish. May yours never diminish. It is the motivation that will enable life to progress and worlds to look upon what we do to emulate. Even with the mundane, our attitude precedes our work. Thank you for commenting.