The work, the called work of humanity at this time of now…

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The work, the called work of humanity at this time of now, is “Work for all children… all children in the world.”  This day, Good Friday, we are reminded of there being “no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends”… and we ask, “Who are our my friends?  Who is my neighbor?”  The answer we are given, the story of the good Samaritan – the tender selfless merciful caring of a wounded shunned man.  All of which leads to our grasping the new command given us the night before Christ died, “Love one another.  Even as I loved you, you also should love one another.”  As we answer “Yes” to the called work for all children, we come to understand we are stepping onto the path of living the words, “as I have loved you”… a path of all-inclusive love entering… a path by and through which we innerly experience “If a grain of wheat falls to the ground and dies it bears much fruit.”  Dying to the ego self, we are born to joining with the Father’s work, the Father’s intended ongoing upwardly unfolding creation… the way of bearing fruit that lasts.

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