posted on Sep, 8 2010 @ 08:14 AM
Each and everyone of us are in Heaven right now as we speak. We fight a battle with our inner demons to open our eyes and see it.
If we could just look out past the walls we have built up around us, we would see that we ARE in direct communion with God.
Love! This is God. It is what compels us. It is what causes us to build walls around us.
I humbly submit to you that this world IS perfect.
Every single piece of it was created by God, from God, who is perfect.
It is not the world, or us that is imperfect, only our perception of it.
We do not see things for what they are.
If the world was imperfect, the electron which takes its course around the nucleus of an atom, would not be bound by any calculable laws that make it
so. Its course would be random, colliding with other electrons, spinning off into nothingness. Molecular bonds would be impossible!
Matter would not exist.
Yet every single part of this creation is held together in precise order, following precise laws of motion, allowing matter to exist.
From that matter comes the vessel for a divine spark of energy. Energy which forms matter into a body able to manipulate the lifeless matter around
it. This too is not a random occurrence. The divine spark is bound by a law of motion as well. It seeks to manipulate matter in ways that provide it
the sensation of Joy, of Love, the divine law of God himself!
From birth, we come into this world trapped in our container of matter seeking only one thing, Love. We need it for we are part of that divine mind
the unites us all. When we do not get it, we cry out in pain!
Our whole purpose is to Love and be Loved. When we do not receive it through the cruelties of the life experience, we build a fortress around this
divine spark, so that others may not harm it. We distance ourselves from the natural world around us growing further and further away from the
intended experience. The more we experience pain, the thicker the walls grow up around us until they engulf our senses. We place a watchman on the
walls, carefully screening all that approach, trying to decide who to let within, and armed to the hilt to prevent that which will do us harm.
Eventually our walls are so magnificent that we cannot even see beyond them. They become our prison and eventual tomb.
Inside this tomb, we cannot see the perfection around us. We are cut off from it. There we sit in our own self pity, wondering what could we have done
to have deserved such torment.
My Brother, this world is perfect! And, so are you.
Come out from your tomb and experience it. Love it ALL. Every bit of love you give to it will be returned. The walls around you will come crumbling
down. You will behold this creation in all its magnificent, perfect glory!
This is what God intended.
But we must ALL come out of our tombs and see it for what it is.
Love each other and be in Love.
You are not a prisoner here. No my Brother, you are a King!