Re: Universal Love
- Well written.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Mathew Morrell" <tma4cbt@j...>
> Spiritual adulthood means shielding ones self from universal love,very
> which is a divine innocence overflowing from the goodness of God.
> Universal loves permeates the universe with life and light, and is
> especially abundant in the life force of the very young and the
> old. Why then should we shield ourselves from universal love ifit is
> such a miraculous, life-giving force?be a
> The "spiritual adult" has taken a step away from God in order to
> protector of universal innocence, not its recipient. The same waya
> mother and father protect the innocence of their children is thesame
> way in which the "spiritual adult" stands in relation with thefavor
> universe. He has negated mystical one-ness with the universe in
> of the hardships and loneliness required to develop his own ego-of
> consciousness. The ancient process that involves the dissolution
> the ego in exchange for cosmic innocence has become sickening tohim.
> He can not go back to cosmic infancy. He can only go forward---away
> from God's innocence and towards God's wisdom.