Laws of nature are laws of the Creator. What can we learn from them? For example, science says that matter can never be created or destroyed. It can only be transformed from or into other states of matter or energy. In the beginning . . . there was only the Creator, and He created everything. But out of what matter or energy? Well, since there was only Him, He could only have used Himself. The universe, nature, man were not created from a thought or idea, but from the actual body of Him. This makes so much sense to me, and when I think of it, so many other things come clear. We are all one. We are all brothers and sisters, children of "God." And I don't mean just people. And when you do the right thing, you do good to Yourself (as creation) and to the Father, and create joy. And when you do something wrong (which I believe is only really sin when you know it's wrong and do it anyway, because mistakes are lessons), you harm Yourself and the Father, and will have to stand in shame before Him when all is revealed. And He'll keep sending you back to school until you get it perfect, and you can be rejoined with the original perfect Body. And since our Creator awaits us, what is there to fear? Nothing can harm us, not even death:
Do not weep for me, This is not my country, I have lived banish'd from my true country, I now go back there, I return to the celestial sphere where every one goes in his turn.--Walt Whitman
Subject: ...GOD... Date: Tue, 20 Aug 96 03:39:10 -0700 From: Anyone <email@example.com> Organization: Icky's Teahouse To: firstname.lastname@example.org Worship is consciousness of divine majesty. As I pause to worship, my humanity is raised to divinity. The Earth is a material temple. When I worship, a divine power comes to me, a divine love, and a divine healing. I only have to open my mind and try to absorb some of the divine Spirit. In quiet meditation, my inward thoughts realize the divine power of Love and healing... ...ALL LOVE...
Personally, I pray to God (Jehovah, or Jah for short--I always call people by what they introduce themselves as :). And I find it interesting that he has other names and aspects. So do I--as private me, public me, wife, daughter, sister, friend, co-worker, etc. Who can say that God is only one thing or one way? As you say, it's all ONE.--Magick vs. Prayer
One Supreme Power
Jehovah--"He Who Causes to Become"--Creator, God, Heavenly Father, Lord of Hosts, Hearer of Prayer, "God Almighty," "the Most High," "Grand Creator," "Grand Instructor," "Sovereign Lord," "King of Eternity," the Great Spirit, Ancient of Days . . .