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John Lear is wrong about Christ (much as I like him) :)

 
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12/17/2012 07:49 AM
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Practical steps:

It seems one thing no one is talking about is HOW do we get there from here?

It seems like, aside from reading the bible often and praying the Lord's prayer whenever we feel a negative energy--which should be the foundations of changing the world--by researching spiritual topics and gaining knowledge generally, we empower ourselves towards change.

Once we are empowered by the knowledge that we are spiritual beings and that we are IN FACT, being adversely influenced by negative spirit beings, BUT that this is for our benefit in order for us to learn to harmonize with the Divine energies, then we can see a few things more clearly:

1) Serving our fellow brothers and sisters is an honor and great beauty.

2) Loving our brothers and sisters is as simple as serving them whenever possible.

Easy to say, harder to do, but we can start within the system we have got by being grateful in the work-place and on our free time.

When we serve others, whether it be coffee or creative, we can do this with joy in our hearts and expressions of kindness at the opportunity for such a profound moment.

It seems like if we would start simply understanding who we are and where we are, we would enjoy inter-acting more and be less concerned with competing and one-upping each other or worrying (or caring!) if someone one-ups us.

In fact, people who do not serve each other with joy should be pitied and prayed for and accepted for who they are at the moment. It should be sad to see someone so detached from their spirit that they do not know how to express love so simply and easily.

The above should be basic to existence here and we should have real role models in films and other media who get and express this.

Not in a perfect way--we are none of us perfect--but as a way to enjoy life and love God and each other more.
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The funny thing is how difficult this is.

I go to my local coffee shop and the insecurities that often seem just beneath the surface and keep people from smiling and greeting each other are almost embarrassing. Dogs do a better job than most people do.

So I practice patience and persistence and try to consistently be friendly to people I see.

I reach out to people and say hello and smile. Often people pet my dog and do not even look at me--so I say hello and tell them about my dog: her name, temperament, etc.

The charms and friendliness of small towns has been usurped by media fears because people have lost contact with the truth and have no faith in God and the profundity of each other--that we exist at all and are aware of this incredible creation.

We do not need to change the world, just ourselves, with practical steps of friendliness and courtesy. It helps to recognize that the negative feelings and thoughts that may occur are demonic and unnecessary.

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12/17/2012 08:42 AM
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"The enquiry, knowledge and belief of truth is the sovereign good of human nature."

--Francis Bacon

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Hello,

First--thanks to John Lear for inspiring me to question dominant paradigms and having so many fun and interesting points of view.

Discovering that Francis Bacon was also communing w spirits has caused me to create a new thread:

Thread: Shaking Spears Consciousness--that's what's up... :)

From this thread I will basically consolidate the two threads about John Lear and move into other territory.

Cheers!

:)
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Re: John Lear is wrong about Christ (much as I like him) :)
Hello,

First--thanks to John Lear for inspiring me to question dominant paradigms and having so many fun and interesting points of view.

Discovering that Francis Bacon was also communing w spirits has caused me to create a new thread:

Thread: Shaking Spears Consciousness--that's what's up... :)

From this thread I will basically consolidate the two threads about John Lear and move into other territory.

Cheers!

:)
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AC just another Jesus Freak, Blind to the real facts. Scared of going to Hell. There is no Hell, AC. Get over it.
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03/18/2013 06:33 AM

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To recap:

John Lear seems to be saying that we are so special all we need to do is learn to live with love for those close to us and without envy, hate or greed, and presto, we evolve out of here and travel the stars.

Christ is saying we need to love God and each other and that we will be judged by how we do this.

Immediately, when we consider loving God we can see that this means His creations too. In fact, this is how we will be judged. This implies the environment AND each other.

The satanic elite have set up corporate legal structures that actually make it illegal to do this: so pollution is rampant, whether it be radiation, plastic or chemtrails (which I suspect have a legal reason for being).

John's current take more-or-less seems to deny the existence of chemtrails, even when grid-marks in the sky and soil samples appear to be saying otherwise.

Moreover, John's take, while it would be near the ideal if everyone lived this way, still allows for compartmentalization and the status quo to unfold.

What I am essentially saying would up-end the bible more than anything he is saying, because if everyone lived by Christ's teachings the end-times might look much different than the form they are currently taking.


What I am saying is that you can believe in anybody or anything you want. But if you believe in ‘changing the world’ it ain’t going to happen.

If you work on changing yourself, you can accomplish a lot more than making chemtrails disappear.

There will be no ‘end times’. That is a corporate (religious) hoax.

Live your life with integrity; and without envy hate or greed. Express your love to your family every day.

Thats all you have to do in this life other than doing things you like to do.

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