Guest Author - Elleise
Why is it that man continues to argue something, which to me, has yet barely to scratch the surface in our daily livings and teaching of our makings of compromise, let alone a Deity which could never in my mind be understood completely even if we had?
Going to church alone does not make a man good nor do acts of kindness make a person wise. There is to me, an infinite equation definition that will never be completely understood or solved. Yet, daily we are unconditionally – in state of uncompromised love (to each in a way that can be understood if given way) messages, signs, forgiveness and states of being in our weaknesses without judgement until a finality still not to be understood, which allow us still to follow, in making closer consciousness and awareness and frequently denied in the name of whatever else it is that we choose to undergo be it what is expected of us, taught to us, forced upon us via circumstance and most devious by nature a definition of our own making of what it is that is demanded of us in the name of good or cause.
A truth, I feel, in its very simplicity of anything I could ever possibly write is that we are free, each and every day by a will given freely to do the possible. Which is in the making of a difference to the positive as opposed to that which is seen within our own being as that of the negative. This in itself perpetuates on to our fellow person only a glimpse of what is possible were we to scratch continuously, the surface of that enlightenment offered to us and left behind by historic quotations through man of God, Truth, Christ, etc. However and whatever it is that you name that which is all good in its core that guides you in being every thing your purpose here at this time has to offer you and everything around you.
My interpretation of suggestion here is that not the biblical matters be argued, but applied in everything we do, think and say whenever we are physically able. Rest when it is needed and start such process again. In matters, again of the biblical sense- use as a guide of reference and not one of condemnation. For that in itself takes away from what little has been left physically and interpreted again and again from the source which gives hope in achieving greatness, peace and a balanced yet disciplined spiritual state of harmonious being in completing a circle of unification among us all.
Blessings, hope, happiness and contribution to Each and in each whom this finds.
Elleise K. Kerrick