Jonathots Daily Blog
That pretty much concludes everything. At least for now.
Every intelligent creature willing to move toward wisdom is learning. And all learning requires both a willingness to make mistakes and a desire to repent.
After billions of years, the process continues.
It’s not so much that we search for knowledge as that knowledge is waiting for true searchers. And what makes a true searcher?
Not being afraid to be wrong–or at least mistaken.
Good will come. Evil will challenge. Kingdom will rise against kingdom and nation against nation.
Those who get caught up in the temporary conflict of the moment will soon be forgotten.
The earth is stronger than any of its occupants. The universe has more purpose than any poet can imagine.
But when all has been said and done–and that is unlikely to happen soon–the desire of the heart of the Creator is to bring us back to the Garden.
So how can you make sure that you’re moving toward the Garden instead of glorifying the arid desert?
1. Find enjoyable work.
Stop hanging on the cross, trying to suffer for being a grownup. Once and for all, a crucified man set us all free. Anything you do that avoids joy is wasted breath and exhausting effort.
2. Be equal partners.
Avoid those who make distinctions between men and women, colors and races, religions, sexuality and just general preferences. Equality is the only form of humility that has everlasting power.
3. Honor nature.
The Earth brings forth fruit of itself. Stand back in awe. You are not absent from the process, but rather, included. Don’t abuse your Mother and expect your Father to stand idly by, approving.
4. Meet your Creator at the end of the day and enjoy the cool of the evening.
Life is not a perpetual prayer session nor is it a fit of anger, shaking a fist at the heavens. It is understanding that there is a time for work and a time for commiserating.
5. And finally, choose life over knowledge.
As beautiful as knowledge can be, and as essential as it is to your well-being, it is life that brings you abundance.
So I speak to you:
- Use life to pursue desire.
- Employ your desire to acquire knowledge.
- Let knowledge advance science.
- Realize deep in your soul that science will always lead you to God.
- Worship God for the purpose of loving humans.
- And finally, enjoy humans to better your life.
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