A Seeing of the Systemic Character of Love

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A Seeing of the Systemic Character of Love

I began to contemplate the systemic character of love… the need to create systems to sustain the potential realizing capacity of love as process…

Seeing love as the name we give to that which brings wholeness to ourselves, to life.

Seeing Christ as lifting up the 4 Thou Shalls… Thou Shall love God, love thy neighbor, love one another as I have loved you, and love thy enemy.  Remembering the Word and the Works… remembering that the essence of the Word is to make visible – seeable, understandable, and therefore practice-able – intended ways of working that we cannot discover on our own.  As contrasted to the Works, how with right perspective/attitude, we can see intended ways of working. 

Seeing work as that through which we access and manifest spirit.  Work for all children in the world being both the work of now, and that which each child needs to have… to discover the spirit manifesting work each and all have… not as fixed, but also as a process. 

Seeing work for all my children in the world… creating cultures, systems that are organized around this work, is a 4 Thou Shall process… a 4 Thou Shall process that embraces the truth of oneness – One Source – all else equal; and the necessity of wholeness.  Which lifted up the question: What greater love could we have, bring into our processes as vessels for love, than to create cultures, processes and systems whereby each and all can realize their potential, manifest essence, access and manifest spirit through work… doing so with understanding and in harmony with the intended ways of working of life on this earth… and ultimately, being and becoming fully and truly human; an intentional people of earth?  A question that brings to light the potential present and manifestable within the work for all my children in the world, and the cultures that are created. 

Terry P. Anderson

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