“Son, declare thy prophecy.”
It is as Bukowski wrote; we are not good to each other.1
Further more, it is as Peterson spoke; we are not good to ourselves.2
Is it because we are not good to ourselves that we have become as tyrants and mockers? Or rather, is it because we have been corrupted that we see not the light that shines within, and nor do we caretake our gardens, nor fortify God’s Kingdom on earth against those things that would devour all that is good, while participating in that which is bad?
“Concern thyself not with the question of who started it. Rather, thou shouldst seek to remedy the effects of such a fate on thine own soul, and thine own heart, and thine own mind.”
This is true, for while we seek blame, we seek not wisdom, nor virtue, nor God. Because of this, few will attain wisdom, and fewer will know virtue, and even fewer will walk with God.
To attain wisdom is to fear God.
To know virtue is to sit with God.
To become the Sage is to walk with God.
To save is to sacrifice oneself to God’s purpose.
To create is to participate in the fulfilment of God’s divine purposes.
To know good and evil is to be stretched betwixt the two.
1. Charles Bukowski
2. Jordan B. Peterson
To know that every moment calls for the guiding light of wisdom is to be awake.
To know that only God knows the way and the destination is to die, and to be reborn into a new way of being.
Be now reborn, and listen with thine ears, which may now hear, and look with thine eyes, which may now see, and feel with thine heart, which now flows with the rivers of Eden.
The sovereign Lord now speaks, saying;
“Saints, look now upon the land of thine inheritance. Inquire within. What doth thou now see?”
“We see a great behemoth rising in the land, devouring all that is precious, and desecrating all that which is holy.”
“What else do ye see?”
“We see a spectacular miracle in motion, for the Saints are preparing their armour, and their weapons of war, and those who are ready now march in toward the cave in the shadow of the mountain at the centre of the Garden. Courage is with them, as is strength, for their pride has not yet enslaved them.”
“Watch closely, and be at thy ready, for I am about to move mountains against this behemoth which now perverts My soul and devours those who are lost in my Garden.”