Sept. 11, 2012
It helps to
understand more about the chronology of humanity's paths since 'the beginning',
with regard to becoming more and more 'aware' of self, of others, of a Creator,
of a Creator's overall plan, and even of an inner 'need', and, hopefully, an
'obsession'...to learn how to be a 'good human being' to fit into that plan, as
best we can understand it.
That's how I see it, anyway.
Not that it's as simple as it might sound, though; because we know the
human condition has only evolved in the 'spiritual' arena in limited ways up
to now, at least on a grand scale. Some
spiritual leaders, most of whom have become figureheads for major religions,
were clearly 'ahead of their time'...even though the 'plan' might very likely
be what brought them here when they WERE here, all for very good
reasons...perhaps to help 'redirect' some of the spiritual paths humanity could
have taken, had they not 'intervened'.
Maybe this sounds hazy, and surely it is, in many ways...but
it makes sense to me this way. I believe
in the 'Forces of Creation' -- though I cannot say I could ever describe that
concept in understandable (to others) terms.
I think of our tiny speck of Earth with all its life and
luster as one of billions (or more?) of similar places elsewhere in our
universe; each with its own life, its own 'evolution', based on its particular
'genetic Universal code'...in other words, the atomic elements, chemicals,
dusts, gases, microorganisms(?), and whatever else comes out of birthing stars
and other mysterious goings on in our universe that have brought US here.
Perhaps the 'dancing galaxies' is really a 'mating dance' on
a scale we cannot perceive, y'know?
Somehow, somewhere, there has to be an overall
'intelligence' which is behind all these wonders everywhere we look, in my
(humble) opinion. We usually call that
overall force "God" or other version of Supreme Being deity...and I
guess that's the best we can do with our limited depth of perception.
Once again, I think of our Creative Forces (God) as Pure
Love...although I admit I cannot begin to know how to describe or define that,
I'm just sayin'...