Creed or Christ

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Origen – Early Christian Scholar

No man loves God who hates his kind,
Who tramples on his brother’s heart and soul;
Who seeks to shackle, cloud, or fog the mind
By fears of hell has not perceived our goal.

God-sent are all religions blest;
And Christ, the Way, the Truth, the Life,
To give the heavy laden rest
And peace from sorrow, sin, and strife.

Behold the Universal Spirit came
To all the churches, not to one alone;
On Pentecostal morn a tongue of flame
Round each apostle as a halo shone.

Since then, as vultures ravenous with greed,
We oft have battled for an empty name,
And sought by dogma, edict, cult, or creed,
To send each other to the quenchless flame.

Is Christ then twain? Was Cephas, Paul,
To save the world, nailed to the tree?
Then why divisions here at all?
Christ’s love enfolds both you and me.

His pure sweet love is not confined
By creed which segregate and raise a wall.
His love enfolds, embraces human kind,
No matter what ourselves or Him we call.

Then why not take Him at His word?
Why hold to creeds which tear apart?
But one thing matters, be it heard
That brother love fill every heart.

There’s but one thing the world has need to know.
There’s but one balm for all our human woe:
There’s but one way that leads to heaven above–
That way is human sympathy and love.

– Max Heindel –  Rosicrucian Scholar
The Rosicrucian Cosmo-Conception – 1909

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7 thoughts on “Creed or Christ”

    1. I’ve found the same Oneness in paintings drawn 35k years ago during the last Ice Age. Only enough need acknowledge it and become consciously aware of it because it takes lifetimes of work to just get to the point we accept the awareness of our collective Oneness. To Master ourselves will take a few million more years I feel, so living today with this awareness is a gift I want all to unwrap every morning. Then you are compelled to express it as purely as you can every moment.

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      1. It is a wonder to experience the unfolding of that seed planted so long ago. It feels good to stretch ones intuition and arms in embrace of the One in All around us.

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