19 Oct 2011

What does it mean, born not of the flesh, but of the will of God? Firstly, we are being born at every moment, that it is a constant of our existence. We are being created at every point, that flow of being what makes us what we are. From where does that flow come? There is the point: either it is of flesh, that which is of the world, or it is from God, that which is above the world. When we are born from above (also known as born again), the flow of our beings are not governed by the worldly, the fleshly, but come from higher motives. And so we become strangers to this world. And where we come from, and where we go: we are like the wind, about which you cannot know either. Because now, it is of the mystery of the God who is love.

posted by John H. Doe @ 12:01 am

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