Oneness only forever gives of itself to all parts of itself at all times

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Oneness gives itself as love to each of its infinite parts to sustain them. When you fight against oneness, you are only ever just fighting against yourself.

The image of oneness

Oneness exists of course, otherwise nothing else would exist. If there was some part of it disconnected somewhere or another, oneness would have destroyed itself by now.

Nothing can work with two masters, even Jesus Christ said this, in the Christian bible.

"No one can serve two masters. Either you will hate the one and love the other, or you will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and money."

This verse is from Saint Matthew's gospel, chapter 6, verse 24.

"If a kingdom is divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand."

Similarly this verse also supports the other verse quoted above from Matthew. This one is from Saint Mark's gospel, chapter 3, verse 24.

Oneness exists as oneness. We are its imagers. We focus oneness through our self like a magnifying glass does. The image is merely just that though, it always remains an image of something else. It is never real.

Giving and receiving within oneness

It has been said that giving opens the door to receiving.

Is this really so though, and if so why, would it be so?

In a Universe connected in oneness, how can this idea be valid?

How can oneness give, or receive anything, if it just is forever just itself, only oneness?


Oneness lives as itself all right, but only by giving itself to itself.

Oneness doesn't give in the sense of our idea of giving of course, but it gives to itself by simply being itself. It can not do other than this.

It is the parts that exist within oneness however, that whenever they give love to each other, they are also, as a result of doing this, bringing oneness into themselves again, but when they try to stand alone, oneness takes itself away from them, and it gives itself to other parts of itself then instead.

Oneness rewards function or action.

A dead part of itself is left to be itself by itself if that is what it really wants to do. This is its freedom. Nothing is forced on anything, but oneness always is still fully available if that part wants to give itself to it once more again. At this stage, it can again receive all of oneness into itself again.

"For whoever has will be given more, and they will have an abundance. Whoever does not have, even what they have will be taken from them."

This verse is from Saint Matthew's gospel, chapter, 25, verse 29.

This rather harsh sounding verse from the bible backs up what I have just said here.

Love and loving

The verse just quoted at the end of the last section simply means that when you do not love, you will feel unloved, not because the love has not been taken away from you, but because what has been taken away from you is your movement towards it, because of your barren, stubborn display of emptiness, which can no longer contain it.

You must make room within your heart for love to move into you and to work for you, and with you in your life. When you love in this way, all else is added to you then, even as Jesus also told us.

"But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you."

This verse from Saint Matthew's gospel, chapter 6, verse 33 confirms this.

I say this because you could easily include love within this statement. When you love God first, all things are opened up to you then. This is why this was Jesus great commandment to us.

"Jesus replied: 'Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind."'

This verse is from Saint Matthew's gospel, chapter 22, verse 37.

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Giving, Gods Oneness, Oneness, Receiving

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I have been interested in the spiritual fields for over thirty five years now. My writing is mostly in this area.

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author avatar Jerry Walch
21st Jan 2014 (#)

Very well thought out and explained. Thought provoking piece.

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author avatar spirited
21st Jan 2014 (#)

Thanks Jerry,

I like to ask questions then answer them myself...as best I can...

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
23rd Jan 2014 (#)

Nice post!

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author avatar spirited
23rd Jan 2014 (#)

thanks Fern

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