Tuesday, February 28, 2012

HESUS JOY CHRIST / Matthew's Two Discussion of Verse Sixteen


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Since I get such a kick, still, out of blathering on about this stuff, here's the continuation of the discussion of HESUS JOY CHRIST / Matthew's Two !

Verse 16

16When Herod realized that he had been outwitted by the Magi, he was furious, and he gave orders to kill all the boys in Bethlehem and its vicinity who were two years old and under, in accordance with the time he had learned from the Magi.

from the Gospel of Matthew, Chapter Two, New International Version

Verse 16

16When the household realized they had been outwitted by the majestic daughters, they were furious and it was commanded that all knew Ones in the macropolis of David be destroyed .

from the text of the animation HESUS JOY CHRIST / Matthew's Two
written by R. David Foster

Verse 16 Discussion

When the rage hits, there is not any reasoning that can be done by others with the person in the rage. The situation is lost. So then those in the company of the person in a rage can not do anything other than isolate the person in the rage. Herod, being in control of his kingdom despite his rage, issued orders that were carried out, but failed to accomplish the purpose he had for those orders, as the infant Jesus escaped with his parents to Egypt.

Likewise, the head of the household finds them self in a rage when they realize that the majestic daughters have outwitted them, and the infant One has escaped unharmed, as it survives without being tainted as being anything other than infinitely good. Sure the sacred infant relationship no longer exists within the household, but it exists in the awareness of the majestic daughters and is still sacred and untarnished. It is still an ideal in the minds of the majestic daughters, as the household has failed to discredit sacred One relationships and their balance of whole and part. The infant sacred One relationship remains to rule all else, and is worshiped and glorified. The head of the household has failed to end the life of the infant One sacred relationship by discrediting it.

So in the animation text, “it was commanded that all knew Ones in the macropolis of David be destroyed .” “Knew” is spelled with a “k”, as in “knowledge” as well as being novel. The “knew” ideas that came forth from the macropolis of David are commanded by the head of the household to be destroyed, as Herod commanded all the new boys, in the city of David, under two years of age, be destroyed. But how does one destroy an idea? In this “information age” it is very hard to destroy an idea once it has taken hold. Communism knows all about that. So does South Africa – it knows all about that as well!

The attack on the knew Ones in the macropolis of David, is lame, being pathetic at best, and fails to achieve any purpose. It is like throwing stones at a tank, or using a slingshot against artillery. The attackers can try to discredit and mock the ideal of the sacred One relationship, but it has been established and will prevail. Likely there will be bullying and mockery and slander, but it will fail to discredit the potential of a sacred One relationship, balancing whole and part, and rendering great Joy to the spouses.

This is not a radical idea at all. Even in the chaos of the the novel The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy where the earth is destroyed at the beginning of the story, just to make way for an interstellar highway, the protagonist is engaged in a sacred One relationship with a woman who has rejected him for a two headed alien, if only because he is President of the Universe, but even then only because he can provide her with a knife that makes toast as it slices. She knows such a relationship is unfruitful and entertains the possibility of something better. This longing for the Joy of a sacred One relationship is universal. This idea that there can be more in a relationship is universal.

But how does one go about improving on one's sacred One relationship? Many people claim it is the fault of the other spouse, and so spend their time trying to trade up, and don't realize that there are fundamental differences between the sexes that will never change, but can be harnessed in such a way as to provide the great Joy everyone longs for.

And regardless of romantic relationships, the Joy is prevalent in any balance of whole and part, such as a sports car on a winding mountain road, or a thoughtful and unexpected gift. A dance can bring the Joy of a balance of whole and part, just as any other art form, balancing whole and part, can bring wonder, awe and Joy. Being at one with the universe can be a source of Joy, yet ultimately being at one with the universe is essentially another balance of whole and part.

So “the One who has been born above all” was found in the macropolis of David, after feeling his Joy in communion, yet was attacked by the head of the household only to escape into civilization. That's about it altogether.

But furthermore, any grasping at infinite good, rather than letting it just come in its own time, is basically what sin is, and leads to the loss of what was sought. A spouse will resent any attempt by their spouse to take from them that which is not offered. And the other spouse will resent the holding back of something, rather than offering it as one offers all of themselves in a sacred One relationship.

And condemnation is condemned. One must accept what is offered, and if insufficient, be patient and endure, rather than throw the baby out with the bathwater to only find themselves in a relationship with a different person but the same problems as the previous relationship.

These are the ideas taught by the sacred One relationship that the majestic daughters have seen escape from the persecution by the head of the household. They are not unlike the teachings of the fulfilled Jesus, as the balance of whole and part is present fully in Jesus.

Yet the relationship has ended, as the Magi left for their homeland, and the sacred One has left for civilization. Understanding does not relieve the anguish of the loss, yet the One survives to live another day, in another relationship or even a new relationship with an old spouse. Who knows what the future may hold. The key is to pay attention, and be aware of the present, fully understanding the past, as the new kingdom of heaven may come as a thief in the night, when one least expects anything to occur, if I may mix a few metaphors.

Monday, February 27th, 2012


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