posted on Jul, 17 2011 @ 06:45 PM
reply to post by nakiannunaki
Thank you for your message of love.
I am animated by love. We are already connected. Peace.
I wish to comment in general:
It seems to me that most folks have love in them, but we all show it in different ways.
In this it seems to me all folks are connected to one another. If people acknowledged love as a universal, binding condition and lived it out through
peace rather than war, I think we'd all be better off. More hugs, no slugs.
I have enjoyed periods of transcendence in my 58 years on this planet. Some incidents came by way of trauma. Some occurred spontaneously in the
presence of natural beauty. Pharmaceutical as well as natural substances induced this state of mind. Deep meditation and self-examination led to the
most sublime revelations of love as actual being. In such a state I felt compelled to share the importance of love, to the point I felt my own
personality fused with love itself. Love, not I, was speaking for a while.
There's no debating the ever-shifting consciousness of the human mind; I do not live in a transcendent state. I think it would be a sad existence,
though, if we never had at least one moment of love so great it was literally overwhelming. Luckily, most of us have had that feeling. The first
love, the newborn, the weathered storms, the length of years and memories that lift you out of yourself to the time when.... Not to mention the
incredible world around us, natural and not, and all it offers.
Some folk become devoted to transcendent love. Devotion becomes identification to share the great insight with others. In Anglo culture,
introduction of a messiah certainly gains the attention of others as a catalyzing element and challenge.
The lure of the transcendent is hard for me to resist. I'd like to hear more from the Messiah of Love.