Love God, Love One Another, Work, and Faith in Intent; Creating a Hopeful Future for the Children #25

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Love God, Love One Another, Work, and Faith in Intent

Returning to Original Intent 

Below you will find some dialogue thoughts to enable imaging the beatitude process of community becoming vessel for all-inclusive love of the Source entering earth.

+ To create a process map for reflecting on what is written here, draw a large circle.  In the middle of the circle, write the words:

The Beatitude Process of Community Becoming Vessel

for All-Inclusive Love of the Source Entering Earth

+ On the circle, beginning at the top, place nine evenly spaces dots.  Beginning at the first dot to the right of the top dot, note the beatitudes in this order:

Blessed are the poor in spirit, because of them is the kingdom of heaven.

Blessed are they who are mourning, for they shall be comforted.

Blessed are the meek, because they shall inherit the earth.

Blessed are those who are hungering and thirsting after righteousness, because they shall be satisfied.

Blessed are the merciful, because they shall receive mercy.

Blessed are the pure in heart, because they shall see God.

Blessed are the peacemakers, because they shall be called children of God.

Blessed are they being persecuted because of righteousness, for of them is the kingdom of heaven.

Blessed are you, communities, when they shall reproach you, and persecute you, and shall say every evil word against you, lying, on account of me.  Rejoice and be very glad, for the reward of you shall be great in heaven; for they thus persecuted the prophets before you (Mt5:3-12).

+ Before reflecting on and/or dialoguing the beatitudes from the perspective of “community is the smallest whole, read the paper titled “Some Thoughts Evoked by Reflecting on the Prayer to the Father” .

+ Now, beginning with the first beatitude – Blessed are the poor in spirit – and moving clockwise through them, reflect on the following:

The Path of Developing Serious Intent

Blessed are the communities poor in spirit, because of them is the kingdom of heaven…

Community shedding all ego-organized processes.

Blessed are the communities who are mourning, for they shall be comforted…

As community, mourning “What have we done?  What are we creating?” – as community, as culture.

Blessed are the meek communities, because they shall inherit the earth…

The allness of equality… the truth of “One Source; all else equal in essence.”

Blessed are the communities who are hungering and thirsting after righteousness, because they shall be satisfied…

Seeking harmony with intended ways and all-inclusive love entering the process.  If seeking that, then we can “see.”

 

+ Having serious intent makes possible stepping onto and into…

The Path of Becoming Fully and Truly Human

Blessed are the merciful communities, because they shall receive mercy…

Free of judgment; filled with compassion of equality.

Blessed are the communities pure in heart, because they shall see God…

Open, empty, receptive, prayerful questioning in the now.

Blessed are the peacemaking communities, because they shall be called children of God…

Making peace – a process of all work organized by holding in heart-mind, “working for all children in the world.”

Blessed are the communities being persecuted because of righteousness, for of them is the kingdom of heaven…

Conscientiously and consciously choosing not to drop out; but creating the living presence of an intentional way… acting with faith in intent.  (We cannot do this alone:  community is the smallest whole).

Blessed are you, communities, when they shall reproach you, and persecute you, and shall say every evil word against you, lying, on account of me.  Rejoice and be very glad, for the reward of you shall be great in heaven; for they thus persecuted the prophets before you (Mt5:3-12)…

The path is now in existence! – Manifesting faith in intent as a human community puts us on the path for becoming fully and truly human – in the manner of Christ.

Terry P. Anderson & Sandra Maslow Smith

Developers of the living philosophy of potential

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