..But because there's only one God and therefore only one "condition", then unless I am to become the most pathetic of solipsistic narcissists, God
must also love you, and so to must I love you, whether friend or foe.
That's pretty funny, and practical too!
That Jesus let me tell you he really knew what he was talking about and what he was doing and why.
But I just love (to no end) that it has a center and source of humor, the logic of it and that in the humor of understanding, it rings true with the
deepest part of me, where I too am a son of God, included not excluded, so how could I ever shut the door in someone else's face? I can't. We all
fall short of the glory of God but his mercy and grace makes us and everything new again. He really does take away the sin of the world, but what
comes to replace it, as the authentic and true life and reality - that it's joyful, cute, and playful, loving even humorous, tells me that it rings
Am I deluded? (I can hear it now from the naysayers, who I also love lol) Well, that it works so well as a fundamental precept and keystone in the
fabric of the human family leads me to conclude that I am not, and that therefore from the unconditioned ground of all being and becoming (holy of
holies) arises this love, a love that conquers all (including all ignorance) but in such a way that it leaves a smile on your face, a knowing smile
and a twinkle in the eye capable of lighting up the world and shining for all in the house, but not of our own doing, that's the funny part, you see,
that Jesus as son of God really and truly successfully "punk'd" us all in the best possible way, while holding in reserve for us, everything,
absolutely everything that is worthwhile in life and that many of us instinctively knew as little children.
Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”
~ Mathew 19:4
I love you Jesus, God. I love you too, very much, let's play! (runs unhindered into God's arms).