Distorting the Bibles Messages – Why would any body ask for something they already think they have?

(The messages in the bible are of “LIFE” speaking to “LIFE”; a person, named by God, speaking to a person, who also has a name. If you try and interpret its meaning from the ego bound perception of “ALIVE” individually, you will miss and distort every message and miss the “PEOPLE” we desperately need to recognize.)

<GOD> is “LIFE” at all levels or generations. The people named are the “LIFE” lines or “BRANCHES”. “THEY” are the generations of “LIFE”, but are not the individual “forms”. “THEY” make it possible for the “physical” realm to exist.

The “BRANCH” is the person.

The individual “forms” are either of <GOD> in a natural way (evolution) or created and formed from <GOD>, which is unnatural birth. In the case of evolution, the “form” would be a piece of a “PERSON” and would constitute a “tribe” if gathered together. In the case of creating from “LIFE”, the tribe is detached from its “LIFE” line and walks as a orphan.

If we were to say a beach is “ALIVE”; its name would be “BEACH” and the individual grains of sand would be made from and a part of this “PERSON”. If the grain of sand had a name, it surely would have been “self” given, as an ego based perception.

If a grain of sand was to become “self”-aware, it would immediately perceive itself “to be” the beach, but would name itself in error.

We are looking at everything from the perception of “ALIVE”.

“we”are a self-aware grain of sand, pulled from our beach and “we” have named “ourselves” in error.

We will never ask for the gift of “LIFE”, if we already perceive “ourselves” to be “ALIVE” individually.

Why would any “body” ask for something they already think they have?

Where does “our” “ALIVE” begin?

At the “BEACH”.


About Unborn

Re-formed from a dormant sleeping life line, by a later generation of the Men and Women mentioned in Genesis I. I am a Genesis II male form. I am an aware, self aware form of life. (ASA) I am an unborn life.
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