Thursday, April 07, 2011

Your Path to God

As I have written before, the truth that God is One is a very important one in remembering who you are. For God is One does not mean that there is one God. It means that God is all there is. There is nothing else! This has ramifications in a lot of areas, but the one I want to talk about today is your path to God. If God is all there is, then all paths lead to God, because all paths are God. So your path, although it may appear different in belief versus others, is contained within the whole that holds all paths. Your path is not "better" or "worse" than another path. The great mistake that some religions and some individuals make is that they believe they have Truth. Everyone has Truth, everyone is Truth, but you do not hold a truth that is "right" while others are "wrong". Truth is. It is self evident. It is not up for opinion or belief, because these are temporary and can change in every instant. Truth, God, is changeless and eternal. On this blog but especially on the Facebook page for the Divine Speaks website, I have mentioned that anything can be posted as long as it is for something, not against anything. I have mentioned the story of someone asking Mother Teresa if she would attend an anti war rally. She said no but if they would have a peace rally, she would be there. So this is a very important distinction. God is All. If we are against anything, we are against a part of Him, and we are reinforcing separation instead of confirming unity. The following may seem paradoxical, but life is one big paradox. It is possible for you to resonate or like one path (Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, etc) while affirming all paths. You may think that if you follow a certain path that you are automatically denying other paths, but this is a false belief. Your path is a root on the tree of God, and there are as many roots as there are individuals and belief systems, which is a bunch. What you may not realize is that you "switch" roots or paths as you move closer to the trunk. Your beliefs evolve and change, and it is only when you reach the trunk that you merge with all the other roots and become one Truth. For those who are very hardened in their beliefs, their root can literally wither and die as they are not allowing God's nutrients (truth) to reach them and sustain them.

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