All this time we have been arguing with one another about who is right and who is wrong. Our egos got in the way and we couldn’t help ourselves, but argue instead of respecting one another on how we each saw things. We didn’t learn together how to honestly be there for one another.
We, like children, behaved like children, but now there are no more excuses. We are no longer children since we are all grown up now and it is time we started acting like it.
We have to understand that we are not the one, but instead we are all parts of a One. That means we are all equally important in understanding who we are in learning what our greater purpose is — God is in each one of us. When we are truly seeking what is good we are understanding that God is love and that is when we can understand how to love.
Like the serpent said, “For God knows that when you eat from it [forbidden fruit] your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.” (Genesis 3:5)
We ate what God said not to eat. We ate to know, and now we know. We know what God knows, which is what is good and what is evil. We now know — together we know the difference. We are not children anymore being taught by our parent not to touch a stove because it is hot — We now know that the stove is hot and touching it will burn us.
We have history, and history does not lie. Our faith in God started a long time ago; our journey to learning the truth about what is good when we didn’t know any better. But now we can know what is good because everything good and bad is revealed to us in every history book, Internet Google search, YouTube video, Facebook post, TV channel…. There is oodles of info out there that we just need to seek to find what the real Truth is! We cannot lie about anything anymore. We are all globally interconnected as One and can learn as One, the Truth in Truth.
God is simple goodness and truth, but, we have made Him complicated through our own egos because we have not separated Him from what is not.
Who is Messiah? Messiah means “Anointed One” or “Saviour.” Messiah is a message of divine love. Messiah is a message that repeats itself over and over throughout time and history, giving balance when boundaries are respected. Messiah is the tool to understand how to live a healthy life physically, spiritually, and mentally. Messiah is the ability to see goodness, so that we can extend that goodness to others and ultimately the world. Messiah is a message that can be mutually agreed upon by all who believe in the inherited piece of goodness in each one of us, which is a part of God. Messiah may be buried deep within our dysfunctional selves and environment, but if we seek it, surely we will find it.— Taken from We Are One
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Through overcoming my own intimate battle with fear, I was inspired to write We Are One to give hope to others that conquering our fears is possible and that there is more to understand about ourselves and each other.
This is a thought-provoking book illustrated with poetry that will challenge and encourage a reader to seek and find their happier self. From Judeo-Christian sources, I talk about the learning journey to finding self that takes one from darkness to light to discover who they truly are and why we need each other.
With deep concepts to meditate on, ultimately, this book is about love that is seen in all relationships; firstly in the relationship between man and God, secondly between a man and a woman, and lastly between Jews and Gentiles.
Unity is learning how to love oneself and then each other to understand that we are one.
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