What is your challenge?October 31 2010 at 9:44 AM
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My individual challenge live up to the highest that's in me; to practice what I preach.
The challenge for humanity?
To acquire, if nothing more, an understanding of what God is, AND ISN'T.
To come to know we are Gods and accept that responsibility.
We don't let children play with matches, and a humanity in its child stage shouldn't be allowed to run and play with nuclear bombs.
Under normal circumstances, children should be allowed to mature normally and sequentially. But this isn't possible any longer. Damned shame, but they are going to have to grow up (spiritually)... NOW; to realise that they, individually and collectively, are God. To accomplish this, it will be necessary to break-up old, cherished, crystallised, dogma and doctrine; necessary to hurt some feelings; to cause temporary disappointment.
We can no longer dismiss tribal tendencies to conduct (again) the Crusades with the condescending statement "Oh, its OK, it's where they are on the evolutionary path." This time, nuclear is involved, not spears and axes.
Humanity's goal, its function, is to be the transmitters of spirit into matter. It isn't we who are redeemed. We are Gods. It is matter that has to be redeemed. Matter has to be brought up to spirit frequency. To do this humanity has to have replaced human mind with Christ mind.
Humanity has to become the woman in Matthew 13:33; to become a Center of Synthesis. This is what the woman in Matthew 13:33 symbilises; the catalyst that blends the positive and negative poles.
Humanity's purpose, its function, is not to suck-up to a vain Monarch in the sky so that they can, following apparent death, go to a fatuous heaven, gather around the throne and stare at God...FOREVER!!! We can't continue looking for a loving Father in heaven to straighten things out. That has been tried. Apparently that isn't going to work.