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Friday, January 31, 2014

Gospel of One; Letters of Aul

Hi Everyone; namaste;

We are now on paragraph 2 of chapter 10 in the Second Letter to the Orinthians from the book Gospel of One; Letters of Aul.

I know the world is still very competitive. So many people still think they need to cut other people down to get to the top.  It's a win or lose situation for many.  But we don't live that way.  We see life from the perspective of oneness.  We don't manipulate people or
step on them to move up higher, but our views certainly can bring down a materialistic and corrupt culture.  Our powerful ability to see through the illusions of life can bring down a culture based on insufficiency, competition, judgment, inequality before God,  conditionality, and ignorance.  And as we bring it down we are also building up a new culture as people find new hope in unconditional love, cooperation, sufficiency, wisdom, gratitude, and appreciation for all life and the realization that we are all united in God.

Commentary:  We have the power to remake society when we live in the realization of Oneness and unconditional love.

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Gospel of One; Letters of Aul

Hi Everyone; namaste

We are now moving on to the first paragraph of chapter10 in the Second Letter to the Orinthians from the book Gospel of One; Letters of Aul:

There is a personal issue that I want to address.  I've heard through the rumor mills that I've been evasive and easy-going and even slack when I'm with you, but harsh and critical when I'm at a safe distance away writing letters.  I guess some people mistake my mild manners for being a pushover, but don't think for a moment that I won't stand up for the truth.  I give people slack and don't force my views on anyone, but in a general letter I need to make my views clear and bold.

Commentary:  People like to discover truth for themselves.  Reminders may help, but each person must come to oneness one at a time.

Friday, January 10, 2014

Gospel of One; Letters of Aul

Hi everyone; namaste;

We are now on paragraph 6 of chapter 9 in the Second Letter to the Orinthians from the book Gospel of One; letters of Aul.

As we carry out social relief work for people hit with drought or floods or storms or diseases or wars we realize our work involves far more than helping with basic needs.  Our work also involves raising the attitude of gratitude to God for every little blessing.  There may be troubles aplenty, but by God-gratitude we will overcome them one by one until we once again reach a golden age of peace and prosperity.  Thank God we still have the time and resources to do it.  Thank you, thank you, thank you God.

Commentary:  All natural disasters and wars and conflicts can be traced back to human activity.  Everything we do has consequences in our human activities and also in weather patterns. The exact lines of cause and effect are very difficult to discern however. The best thing to do is to clean up all aspects of our behavior and live in the consciousness of love as far as possible.  We thank God that we can do that.