posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 06:20 PM
reply to post by ctophil
I am not worried in the slightest. I am humoured. What does Master Jesus say about being humoured by my brothers and sisters?
Why should I focus on Divine Love? I'm not even sure what that is. Surely, because it has been capitalized, it is of some importance.
I would say there is nothing humorous about the many struggles that our brothers and sisters are encountering in the school of life. Some of us have
even gone for a thousand or more reincarnated lives, going through the same cycles life after life in this dense universe. Those who have already
ascended to Heaven, they have spoken out how incredibly difficult it was for them before they have gone back home. But on the other hand, the lessons
learned while on Earth were quite beneficial when they returned to Heaven. Master Jesus was and is a very strict and serious teacher. He wouldn't
find the Spiritual Path a joking matter, but indeed also a joyful, peaceful, and loving way back to God. There is nothing wrong with humor, because
life should be lighthearted, since we all must be child-like in our experiences here. However, we must be serious in our Spiritual studies at the
appropriate times, even more so than studying at a College or University. Because you are not studying to get a job and live a life that is only a
drop in a bucket compared to the life that is waiting for you in the Spiritual Realm that is everlasting.
Divine Love is God's Unconditional Love. It is a Love that is 100% different than human love. Because human love requires something in return, while
God's Love NEVER requires anything in return. Human love requires a person to act and react in a certain way, while Divine Love doesn't require you
to act in any set way. Divine Love is not love of what you see as a physical being walking around, it is a Love of your God aspect, your True Being
who is way beyond this world--a Being who was born from the Mind of God.
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