posted on Feb, 15 2013 @ 09:06 PM
I would like to share something I have intuitively felt for quite some time, regarding the story of Jesus and Judas. It was later that I would find
that it has precedent, in ancient gospels like the gospel of Judas, as well as in general with the majority of the biblical text.
I believe that the story of the crucifixion is very much a story about overcoming death. Jesus understood that he had to die. He asked Judas to have
him killed. I assume that Judas originally had a very difficult time accepting this. Eventually, he did what Jesus asked of him, and eventually it
would be interpreted as a betrayal. Judas later killed himself. This could have been out of guilt, or it could have been in the same vein as Jesus
himself, overcoming death.
The message of Christ is Universal. It has nothing to do with any boundary which presumes a separation. The 'good news' is that all
material/physical separation has been transcended, when death was overcome by yeshua(jesus). 'The Kingdom,' Perfect Reality, already exists, in a
timeless realm which has been reached. When we are ready for it, through easing our own bias differentiations, we can realize it for ourself. This is
how we 'take up the cross,' become like Christ, go into our own place, the Kingdom.