Tuesday, July 3, 2012

HESUS JOY CHRIST / Matthew's Foretold Discussion of Verse Nine



There's the website with all of the HESUS JOY CHRIST stuff !!
Just search "hesus joy christ", make sure that is what was searched for, and not an alternate such as "jesus joy christ" on www.google.ca and in a couple of months it may appear instead of the old links that appear now.
On this site there are almost all the HESUS JOY CHRIST blog posts in an easily accessible non-linear format, as well as all the animation dating back to 2008, and most of the poetry.


There's the website with all the other artwork!!

Just search vid932008 on www.google.ca to see it come up first in the list.
On this site there are almost all the artwork blog posts in an easily accessible non-linear format, as well as all the other artwork and poetry.



There's a blast of WATERCOLOUR !!


Since I get such a kick, still, out of blathering on about this stuff, I'm continuing on with the discussion of HESUS JOY CHRIST / Matthew's Foretold !!


 Verse 9    
9”All this I will give you,” he said, “if you will bow down and worship me.”

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

 Verse 9     
9”All this I will give you,” he said, “if you will bow down and subdue me.”
from the text of the animation, HESUS JOY CHRIST / Matthew's Foretold
written by R David Foster

 Verse 9 Discussion        

 Where the devil is tempting Jesus, the person, the temptation in the animation, has come through the male spouse to tempt the sacred One relationship.  The male spouse is grasping at straws, offering finite accomplishments to the infinity bound sacred One relationship.

 Many people focus on eradicating evil, rather than promoting good. Eradicating evil, however, is a negative goal, as opposed to promoting good, which is a positive goal.  Either way, one's world is structured around their goal, and setting up a goal system should have positive infinity as the primary goal, because focusing on negative infinity as the primary goal will at least leave one bereft if they ever achieve their infinite goal.

 Furthermore, where are improvements to be found?  I assert that in the set of everything that is wrong there are the elements that when correctly oriented toward positive infinity, form the achievements of tomorrow!  Eradicating evil denies these elements and removes the opportunity for improvement by denying these elements that are essential to the solutions of tomorrow!

 This is forgiveness – this allowing of negatively oriented elements so that they may have the opportunity to orient toward a positive infinity.

 So in the Gospel text, the devil asks Jesus to worship him to achieve finite goals, and in the animation text, the male spouse asks the female spouse to subdue him to achieve finite goals, and eventually infinite goals.  This, in the animation, is the offering to the female spouse, a negative goal of subduing the male spouse.  Is this wrong?
No, the subduing of the male spouse by the female spouse is really only containing the male spouse within the limits of the female spouse's capability, and this is marriage, balancing infinite whole with infinite part, and limiting the part to the capability of the female spouse's whole, and parting the female spouse's infinite whole with the male spouses infinite part.  Yes, I am using the buzz words of whole and part to represent the One and Many problem, female and male, as well as whole and part.

 This is how evil will be swallowed up by good, and death will be swallowed up by life.  Life is more fundamental than death, and good is more fundamental than evil.

 Where the female spouse may subdue the male spouse, this will have elements of opposition to the male spouse.  Satan is the opposer, and generally considered the prince of evil.  But this prince of evil, the opposer, Satan, will be swallowed up in life, as the act of opposing will be oriented toward a positive infinity, including the growth of the spouses' awareness of the opposite side of infinity, the other spouse's infinity.  As the female spouse limits the male spouse, the male spouse will grow in possibility and understanding of the female spouse, so as to be able to lead the female spouse in her growth and awareness of the male spouse's infinity, the partial capacity of the male spouse.  This growth is symbiotic between the spouses, as they engage each other, with a partial growth, then a whole growth, then a partial growth, and on and on. . .   This is the growth of awareness for each spouse, and this awareness applies itself to all of existence, and has the capacity to accomplish what is even unimaginable today.

 The female spouse has a choice, to either accept and forgive the limitations of the male spouse, or to instead turn to other finite goals, which I assert are far more finite than any sacred One marriage relationship. Nevertheless, real people are limited and can only take so much before it breaks them down.  But this is what happened to Jesus – he was broken and destroyed for his love of people.  This is death, and this is rebirth.  If one may stay committed to their chosen approach to infinity, they will be destroyed yet arise again to a new approach to infinity.

 So the real temptation is not to approve of the offer of finite goals – the real temptation is to give up on the sacred One relationship and assume other approaches to infinity would be more rewarding.  It makes sense that the most promising approach to infinity, the sacred One relationship, would be the most challenging, full of death and disappointment, yet still promising real, adventurous and rewarding life.

 The male spouse's offer, of being subdued by the female spouse, is the offer of life, for both spouses, but the illustration of the possible finite accomplishments of such a relationship is not a justification for subduing the male spouse.  It is instead, finite solutions to infinite challenges – the infinite challenges and rewards of a sacred One relationship.  This is both wrong and correct at the same time.  This is why forgiveness, as a way of life, is so essential, and absolutely essential to the maintenance of a sacred One relationship, and the future of everything.

 A final word about forgiveness – who benefits most from it?  The person forgiven may feel they have received ultimate grace, and this is true.  But the person who forgives has placed the burden of responsibility squarely on the person who has acted incorrectly and has been forgiven.  If the person who acts incorrectly knows there will not be any opposition, they are in a position that demands that they seriously consider what will be accomplished by the incorrect act, and they would not be in such a position if they faced any opposition. Some times when you win you loose, and when you loose you win.  Jesus lost and won everything.

Monday, July 2nd, 2012


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