And God said, "Let there be Light...but I will create much darkness for you too."
God one day: "Struggle no more my child!!!!"
God the next day: "Keep struggling!"
Man often speaks of “the wrath of God,” this is incorrect; it is not God who loses Its supreme cool, rather it is man whose anger and ego get the best of him causing him to lose his senses. God only works within the guidelines of divine justice, deeming it necessary at times to take action for the collective growth and evolution of man.
To understand God is to understand both the light and the darkness, and the battle between love and fear. Our goal here on Earth is to embody God's image by allowing the love of God to flow through us in its entirety.
While our "value" here on Earth may be measured by how much money we have, our "value" in Heaven is based on how much Love we have for ourselves, God, and all other beings. Since we are all made in God's image of Love, our entire process as souls is centered on learning to embody that which we truly are.
God’s version of Love: "I love you, and all I ask is that you learn to love yourself completely and love all other beings."
Human version of Love: "I love you, so you have to do this and this and this and this and this for me…"
Pain is God's deepest and truest desires for man, unfulfilled.
Pain is the Human mind's fear of eternal suffering.
Good VS Evil:
Evil = When one consciously causes the suffering of others.
Good= God's infinite potential to love and create out of this love.
Not Good and Not Evil, But Not Great:
a. When one is attached to his/her own suffering.
b. When one unconsciously harms others due to a deep need for others to feel their suffering.
Atheism results from the failure to find God outside of one's own being, instead of first finding and fostering God's divine qualities within.
Christ= Love, Light and the divine potential for all good.
Thought + Love/Light= Creating.
Anti-Christ= When a being creates something for the purpose of destruction of life and good.
Thought + Fear/Darkness= Destroying.