Thursday, April 5, 2012
A New World
Life. And then there is life. We live in a very complex world but what else is new, other than tomorrow and then next week. The opposite of new is old and I can visualize a new world. What would it look like and where would it exist? Here or somewhere else? An untrodden world where everything is perfect in terms of faultlessness. Utopian, excellent or complete beyond practical or theoretical improvement. A new world in the mind of old thoughts. Can we have that kind of world here in this one, can we? A place where anthroposophy dominates the creation of mankind in his thought process.
Dr. Henry C. Kinley talks about the Creator from a scientific point of view and how the Creator actually is and operates in today's world, meaning he's running the whole creation, good and bad. The teachings of Dr. Kinley are very radical but so was Jesus. He was radical in such a way that the world is still studying his works and miracles. One of Jesus' many miracles happened at a party where they ran out of wine. So Jesus being Jesus, turned the water into wine. What a party! Wish I could have been there. Then there was another miracle where Jesus rose from the dead and said he was going to prepare a place for those who love him in spirit. A new world. I came to a new world here in Basel where the people speak another language and the infrastructure is different. The air is light and there is this "honor system" here that people live by. The new world that I'm speaking of is a brisance of the mind where you become new all over again. The new world is you but you have to come to a knowledge of knowing it. The spirit law of the universe is the life giver that animates us to be ourselves, here in this world of searching for trust. The whole world is my canvas and it's a brand new world every day when I wake up to see it in action.
April 4, 2012.