The human body is riveting, intricate, and sophisticated. It also is vulnerable and can be twisted, therefore I can’t help but ponder its origin. I think the origin of the physical body is the human mind, not God.
In the first chapter of the book of Genesis in the Bible, we read about a God that made light, trees, and animals. Then people as image. We were given dominion, not domination, but dominion to give identity to the boundless array of spiritual creation.
As my concept of light turns to enlightenment, and my idea of trees turns to ever-rejuvenating newness, and my thought of animals coincides with courage and egoless strength, I can take those ideas and express them, with authority. We’ve been given the dominion to give identity to all the glorious spiritual ideas. We embody spirituality.
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I hope your day is blessed. Thank you for nurturing innocence and integrity. Thank you for comforting the hurting. Thank you for hugging your inner self.
Happy Mother’s Day.
Our spring may be slow in coming this year in upstate New York. The trees haven’t even leafed out yet.
Once the snow was gone, I picked up litter. Plenty of it, sad to say. The bags get so heavy that I leave them alongside the road.
Before I can get the pickup truck to go pick up the bags, someone had already picked them up for me.
“Meanwhile, the moment we get tired in the waiting, God’s Spirit is right alongside helping us along. If we don’t know how or what to pray, it doesn’t matter. He does our praying in and for us, making prayer out of our wordless sighs, our aching groans. He knows us far better than we know ourselves, knows our pregnant condition, and keeps us present before God. That’s why we can be so sure that every detail in our lives of love for God is worked into something good.” –Romans 8, ESV