“we” will cry out in pain.
But at least we will know that it was not God that had forsaken us.
It will make a heck of allot more sense, but will also infuriate the “population”, sending some of “us” into a tirade.
Just try to remember; as far as Man is concerned, “They” had no choice, kind of like how “we” took over the land in the united states, making the american indian a secondary consideration.
If we wish to stay, we will have to forgive and forget.
Then and only then, will negotiations be able to take place.
Christ tells “us” to love our neighbors, but when we find out that the neighbors “HE” is referring to dwell within and are also “our” creators, “we” will find it much more difficult to forgive.
“we” will feel betrayed and many will short circuit.
In essence, we are a created, occupied land, made from a life which has not been born yet.
I know that <GOD> loves “us” because he did not allow “Man” to destroy “us”, but the big and more pressing question will be, does Man love us?
Based on my dreams and interactions with these people, “i” would have to say no, but that is OK because <GOD> has interceded on our behalf and “Man” must make concessions.
The later generation of Man that created “us”, does not know how to love.
For Man, it is a combination of perceived ownership and the perceived comfort derived from the sense of ownership.
Man passed this version of love onto “us”, for much of our love is based upon similar principals.
True love is to take the hand of another form of life and never let go…
Only <GOD> is capable of love.