Separation

What causes separation?

Jesus said he came not to create peace but to cause separation.

What did he mean?

Would you not want a peaceful world?

A place where people did not fight amongst their selves?

If there is complete and utter love in a single household would this not bring about peace within that household?

In the black and white world there is separation, as people love, and love not.

Not loving can cause separation, even within your own body, as it struggles and fights with the things it does not love.

But like the shedding of wool, one loves the process and so loves the separation of the things not loved.

To weight out the things in the world, of things one loves and loves not is a constant battle and struggle that can leave one exhausted and weak.

In this process the scale becomes balanced, not weighing heavily to one side or the other, but finding the old was good in slow elimination, like an illuminating light, of choosing ones path, and learning not to judge things one knows nothing about.

So the gaining of wisdom is a slow process, as one gains knowledge from the old, to the new, to the scale that is balanced.

Separation can actually be one calling us from the dark into the light, where love stands on the root of a strong family; believing good comes by the process of elimination not in fear of what is yet to come.

When people act out in fear the process is elimination, when people act out in love the process is elimination.

How one eliminates fear of love within is a slow process, not one to be carried in fear.

Fear brings about death; death eliminates the body, but not the spirit.

Accepting Spirit in our lives is slow process, not one carried out in fear, but done with love.

My body aches; I hope it is muscle growing.

About billiescauldron

I am in transition. I see myself as a Spiritual Writer and as such my blog will slowly change with me still holding tight to being in the garden as a child loving my teacher.
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