Bi Soular

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Religion and Spirituality  |  House: Booksie Classic
A meditation meant to disarm the pejorative meaning of "Sin"
Thoughts that occurred while visioning some of the endless textures of grace.

Submitted: June 02, 2009

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Bi Soular
 
 

I pass through the blindness of sin as like passing through a dark hallway.

It is a blindness which senses and somehow knows it is close to seeing but does not see till a door is opened.

When I walk though that door out into the rain and lean over to see the rolling glisten on the side walk I know that there, before all that my life has become, is a sinless state.

Sin is not evil that comes from what I was before entering this world; it is simply what the flesh learns it likes in disregard of what was before the flesh.

The more it disregards, the more it will miss finding a door to a room off the dark hallway.

There are a multitude of doors and when we open one it casts light onto the blindness we are once again emerging from.

A proclaimed belief in God is not required to live in light, only to sublimate the senses to the cause of the soul is.

Only to leave the dark hallway of the senses is.

God knows what is his and who walks in his mansions at every moment, he does not need us to proclaim him with our flapping jaws. The trickiest part of this is that our senses are invited into the rooms of light along side what sees but is not our senses.

Until our flesh ceases to live we walk as a “Bi Soular” creature with one foot touching the grass knowing nature emerged with us and we with it from something before and the other foot not needing the grass to know what was before.


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