1 Let’s talk about the spiritual and earthly world. The spirit world is the vehicle the spirit uses to cleanse and get closer to the source, while the human world, the earthly world, tempts (entices) the spirit to dwell and experience creation— like a fulfillment of the desire in flesh.
2 Those who live in the physical world and dwell on suffering, pain, sorrow, or lack of things are experiencing creation as well, but in a different way, in different terms. You see?
3 The spirit needs the body to materialize things. And within that body, there is creation, created by us, in the realm of creation. But the spirit also seeks spirituality, to rest from the complexity that brings the earthly world.
4 Men seek spirituality to get away from the world that overwhelms them. And spirituality has been used as an escape route to rest, to not be afflicted by the complexity of the world, but in truth, the physical world is an illusion, you see?
5 Unfortunately, we are so bounded to the physical world that the doubt of what can be achieved takes energy and strength away from everything that once was, and yet can become.
6 But to overcome doubt, faith has to be so significant that it is almost impossible to achieve for being submerged in this very material world. That’s when your decision-making comes into play: If your faith is so great that you can move mountains, it will.
7 But the body and the soul also seek to rest because the agenda is weighty. As we attempt to do so much, what once was a hindrance becomes a peril if not foreseen in time and resolved.
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Article 4: The original definition of man is a human being of either sex; a person. Etymology: From Middle English men, from Old English menn (“people“), from Proto-Germanic manniz, nominative plural of Proto-Germanic mann- (“person“).
Article 5: The Collective Forces of Knowledge and Wisdom term ‘doubt’ as a spiritual agent leading to a lack of conviction.