The creation of our universe was not one single moment. It is a continuing and ongoing moment: an eternal unfolding that encompasses ourselves. 25.02.91
This new age, this threshold age, marks our coming of age. Now, we sons and daughters of God withdraw from being petitioners of God. At last we become partners with God. 01.03.91
The true artist and the mystic have much in common. For both delve deep into their inner being, and the deeper they delve – the more focussed they become within their own being – the more they touch and embrace and connect with the deep and never-ending vastness of the ALL.
Is it possible to achieve salvation with a deathbed conversion after a life given to what might be called sin? If the conversion is genuine, then yes, it is – in a sense. The state of our soul at death will determine the state of our existence beyond our withdrawal from our body. So, if we have finally broken through passion and anger and greed and other such ‘sins’, then we shall indeed achieve a serene level beyond the grave. However, we must still ultimately face the consequences of our formerly ‘sinful’ deeds, through karma in later incarnations.
Our past, and our people’s past, must always be with us. But to remember the past with resentment, anger and hatred, is to be forever bound to that past, and is to forever bind the future. That is true for us as individuals, and is true for us as communities and nations.
True free will only exists in how we react and feel about those events external to ourselves. Reality lies within, both in mystic terms, and in terms of true and intimate knowing. What goes on external to ourselves, we can to some extent affect, and to a very great extent can question. It is our inner life that is our Truth, and it is our inner life that determines how we try to affect that outside of ourselves. 10.04.91