If God Sees Into All Things, Then…


Why Are We So Blind?

After all, if God sees into all things,
then God is infinite windows…

If God is infinite windows,
then God is infinite clarity.

Infinite clarity is so formless and unquantifiable
that it exudes into and manifests perpetually,
like an exhalation,
all matters and forms of quantities–
into all universes made.

Infinite clarity being of itself
formless and unquantifiable,
its basic nature is unaltered
by all matters of form and quantity–

even as it interacts with, responds to
and perpetuates all matters of form and quantity.

Yes, perfect absolute clarity is beyond
all measures of form and quantity,
yet in no way separate from form and quantity.

Separation by its very nature impels
imperfect clarity into being,
but it cannot touch perfect clarity.

Our First Conclusion:

Fundamentally and ultimately,
there is no separation between
any thing of form and quantity,
and the infinite clarity of God’s nature.

For any thing of form and quantity,
separation is not part of its fundamental ultimate self.

Separation is merely the imposition
of beliefs about form and quantity
onto living matters of form and quantity.

Our Second Conclusion:

Separation is a creative fabrication.
A game of illusions. A faulty hypothesis
being put to the living “what-if” test
onto matters of form and quantity.

For Strange Example:

A sane man, possessing full sight and full senses
ties a blindfold over his eyes,
declares to himself:

“What if I now know nothing of the body I am in?
What if I am really blind?”

As long as he rigorously enforces his
separation hypothesis as his only acceptable conclusion,
he blinds, numbs and hypnotizes himself into complete victory.

What’s His Only Solution?

Once he admits his indwelling
unquenchable thirst for real clarity,
for real life, whatever it is,
he can only win
by losing his game–
by ending his game.

By losing his game of separation,
he ends his struggles born from that game,
doesn’t he?

Doesn’t he learn one drop more of
what clarity is,
by admitting one drop more of
what it isn’t?

What’s His Victory?:

Doesn’t he bring himself one giant step closer
to the God who sees into him infinitely–
and in seeing into the windows of his soul
with infinite clarity,
infinitely loves him with infinite clarity?

Consider Christ as He who invites you
one giant step closer into that clarity.

Peaceful clear blessings to you,
Rev. Scott Ufford, Spiritualist minister
Copyright 2011

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