The Holiest of Spots

The Holiest of Spots

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Dear friend,

In a town or city somewhere on your globe, a transformational discovery is being made right now . . . by you . . . which will forever alter your perception of yourself and therefore the nature of every relationship you are or ever will be in. And it is this:

The holiest spot there is
is where a need is met,
and it is your holy Purpose
to be on constant pilgrimage
to this holiest of spots
so that you might be part of the miracle
called “the meeting of the need.”

It is Brotherly Love.
And nothing less can approximate
the holiness 
of Love fulfilled
which it is your Function

to establish
in the holiest of spots
called need.

Need is the call for the reunion of that which has become separated. Need is the call for communion, community, the tearing down of walls, the welcome replacement of isolation by peaceful and joy-filled involvement, whereas rising above needs, deploring them, turning away from them or judging those who have them—including yourself—turns the holiest of spots into a sepulcher of loneliness and death, instead of the place which Love fills full with the presence of God.

The surprise is the discovery that YOU are what determines whether need is a sepulcher of loneliness and death or the place where Love shows forth, . . as well as the realization of what your only choice can be!

You, who have experienced need, understand from experience that it is wrong, that it hurts, and that it is illegitimate. You understand this because no matter how mortal you have convinced yourself that you are, your divinity—your Sanity—has told you otherwise, in the form of unjustifiable objection which rises up from the very center of you and causes you to reach for the Love which the need is the threshold of!

Experience has also shown you that when you are finally unafraid of the sensations of reunion called “needs being met”—in other words, when the perceived discomfort of lack is recognized as the hunger for Love which the presence of Love is awakening in you—you willingly and humbly abandon the stance of independence and your crusade to achieve it all by yourself . . . and you ask for help.

Stop and think about it. Your divorce from the Father found expression in the words, “But Father, I’d rather do it myself.” Independence then gave rise to self-responsibility. Self-responsibility then became the father of “self-respect.” And self-respect—pure, raw egotism—became the validation of an imaginary self-realized man.

“I don’t need you! I don’t need anyone! I don’t need anything. And I’ve done it all myself!”

“And you? Don’t look to me! Look to yourself. Do it yourself, as I have done—like any respectable self-realized man!”

This makes sense to every Fatherless child, of course, since the ethic of proving  one’s authenticity is fundamental to one who has no inheritance. But it makes no sense at all to those whose minds are still connected to their Love, and therefore to each other! It makes no sense to those who don’t avoid, ignore or otherwise invalidate their needs, but rather, humbly feel them and ask what Love means for them to see by causing them to want the more of what God is being than their privacy is allowing them to experience.

Without your experience of the fact that “need” is the threshold of “needs met” instead of a dead end, it is impossible for you to want to comprehend, care about or have compassion for your brother’s experience of need and be the presence of Love which helps him walk through it. But, having had the experience, you are able to comprehend, care and have compassion.

Love enables you to keep the walls down, embrace your brother instead of pushing him away on the pretext of his needing to take better care of himself. And Love enables him to join you in looking at the need without fear and with expectation of the need being met because you can witness to the presence of Love which is promoting his graduation out of an illegitimate limitation—a movement which he is misinterpreting as the opposite.

The learning is that . . .

“Needs met” cannot occur
until one feels the need
that holy spot where holiness
seems absent but goes unnoticed while one engages in
the stimulating quest for self-sufficiency
and demands it 
of his brothers, too.

Needs met cannot occur
if Love is not allowed to humble
arrogant assertions of self-interest
reminding one that privacy
is nothing more than the excuse
for not extending Love.

The holiest spot there is
is where a need is met,
and it is your holy Purpose
to be on constant pilgrimage
to this holiest of spots
so that you might be part of the miracle
called “the meeting of the need.”

It is Brotherly Love.
And nothing less can approximate
the holiness of Love fulfilled
which it is your Function
to establish
in the holiest of spots
called need.

 

Rajpur
Kingston, Washington

June 14th, 2017

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One Response to The Holiest of Spots

  1. binra says:

    The holy on Earth is the release of the hatred engendered by a wish to limit and defend against wholeness of being in attempt to become more than you are.
    True recognition seems to rise when the false is no longer called on to push it down – but it rises with the forms of what you deny in yourself and ‘assign’ to others.

    Self-possession seeks wholeness outside the de-fence of its own self-deprivation – as the mode of GETTING and controlling access to the wholly given. For in wholeness and in truth it is and has no power but as accepted in place of true. A ‘terrifying and jealous god’ is held to ‘love’ those who sacrifice in allegiance to fear’s dictate, as their personal salvation, by the displacing of pain and fear to ‘others’ unlike oneself – on the outside of the wall who may then at times be ‘loved’ within the passing gratifications of fantasy associations under the mind that rules its wish be power.

    All symbols of separation serve the substitution (in mind embodied) of frequency domains of relational recognition, acceptance and appreciation, within a whole communication, BY specific forms of wish-possession that by definition lack wholeness. This generates the belief you are alone as a false cause, ‘god’ or segregative self-sense.

    False needs have false properties that tax the loss of true and bring it to a seeming death.
    Over and again. ‘To those who have not – more shall be taken – even the little that they have’.
    A sense of lack, asserted and defended, enacts the sacrifice of true desire and fulfilment under forms and meanings set by a wish for control OVER – that frames appearances in conflicted meanings. Meanings by which to validate subjection to and alignment within the mind-rule of coercion, rather than asking and receiving in like kind. ‘Ye have not because ye ask not’.

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