Wednesday, June 19, 2019
12:55 p.m. Resuming – how could anyone insult the Holy Spirit that is the lie within? Offhand, I’d say by disrespecting it. Tautological, but true. I don’t know how else one insults life or the author of life but by wasting it, not valuing it, perhaps even cursing it, or merely bemoaning the fact of being alive.
It is at least ungrateful to receive so precious a gift and yet not value it or exert stewardship over it.
So I suppose the unforgiveable-ness of disrespecting it is that we cannot mend what we mar, and no one else can either.
Not so far wrong, but spell it out.
We are given our life, with one set of potentials. As I understand it, no two lives can ever have identical potential or identical challenges, hence nothing we omit can be supplied by another; nothing we accomplish could have been accomplished by any other. And mostly, what we make ourselves (by our choices) no one else could make in the same way or to the same effect.
Yes. Does that mean you will be judged on your life?
Trick question. I gather we will judge ourselves; some will condemn, some will discern, but we’ll judge.
Then if a life is an irretrievable unrepeatable opportunity, what of the other things you know?
Well, as you say that – as I write it out, I mean – I get that “our life” is not any one 3D life but all of them, each living in its own present-tense world, each able to interact with the others (though not all aware of it) and thus an endless process of interaction tweaking and perhaps healing them all.
No need for anyone to lose, in short.
I don’t see why there would be, no.
A little different slant on life than you have gotten elsewhere?
Just a bit. But pray tell, if we continually adjust, as best we can, how can there be a sin without forgiveness?
If you adjust and remove the attitude that was the sin, do you not remove the sin? It isn’t forgiven, it is removed. Surely a better outcome?
Interesting take on it. I wish I knew if we’re on the right track. Anyway, thanks for this clarification, and we’ll resume another time.