There was once a man who was walking down a street and he saw a girl walking across the street in the middle of the moving road. He stopped to watch her. After a few moments, he walked away and continued on his way.
The girl continued to walk across the road and continued to be an inspiration to the man who was walking down the street. The man kept walking and soon went down the street and span across a bridge. As he span across the bridge, the girl stepped off the bridge and onto the road. She seamlessly moved as if she was one with the man as he was traveling down the road. He was impressed by the smooth ease and grace and simply stated to the woman, ” Quartz crystal, I presume?”
The woman turned to him and said, ” Yes, Sir, you are right. The crystal is exactly what that girl needed at that moment. Look inside yourself, what is inside of you? What are you made of? Do you suppose that you too could be like that girl and walk across the road with one foot on one leg and the other leg beside the side of the bridge?” The man answered, “Yes, ma’am. If you are willing to be a Mankind of Spirit, that is.”
arduous physical journey
Who of us has not undertaken a journey where one or more of our senses seem to be more narrow or limited? The sight, touch, hearing, smell and taste of the world around seem blocked off or distorted.
One may also feel that there is something wrong with the way everything is. It may be a feeling of tiredness, tightness in the chest or intolerance.
Conversely, on the other hand, there is something wonderful about the way everything is. The colour of the flowers, the cut of the hair, the feel of the wind all give you a glimpse of the wide, wide open space in which you live.
Everyday, there are subtractions and there are added pleasures. The beauty that can be seen in the day to day world is in the differences – the added pleasures that filter in for some are music, colour, sight, sound and touch.
In order to have all the added qualities, there were times, probably many times, when the quality of joy was not thriving in the life of the man who walked across the road with one foot on a one leg and the other leg held aloft on a long projecting footbridge.
But then there would always be that tiny tincture of joy residing in his spirit. So everyday he would continue his long crossing, and he would send forth scents of sweet smelling flowers as he was led to where life was and where it was going.
As they say, it was all for the roses.
You too can walk across the road with one foot on a one leg and a projected footbridge in front of you, and if you are lucky enough to be employed by the one who did it for him, you could be there for as long as five years, until one could not longer go around without the added pleasures of one’s Arenwa arm, of which, according to the man, were of surpassing sweetness.
You can walk across the old bridge to the new one, and you can remain there as long as you wish.
But do not forget that Arenwa arm is a “Poliath” – ten metres long, one and a half times the width of a medium sized Railroad, and its height should not be measured by human standards. It is a divine arm. Each part should be of equal quality to the part. Remove all doubt that this was made by the endorsed employers.
Take a look at that huge “Poliath” head of the man who came here to kill, but his cause was noble and his method divine – and the quality of his parts should be as other “Pilgrims ” parts in his ark.”
Where there is a doubtful mind, doubt arises. The mind which operates with doubt is the mind which does not understand its fruitful and sure beginnings.
The ship on the water is at once landing as the forerunner and luring its prey into the deep.
The clouds are thepriorities, and the earth without them is to be evils – both are doubtful.
As time goes on, and the man thinks there is more guile in him, and he is more cunningly crafty, and his thoughts are more likely to follow the devil, his mind is only a match for the devil’s, at times his archenemy.
And his worst enemy may be his own conscience.
But it is worthless fighting without a guide, without the hand holding the rudder.
Why did the man not remain long on the tower?