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The Universe in an Hourglass: A Time for Everything

Every emotional fruit that hung from the tree of no separation (unconditiona l love) was healthy. The
feeling of everyone be ing complete ly connected to everything, over time, created every individua l
emotion that was good (which defeated evil). Whe n unconditiona l love for everyone was perceived to
be the truth, the children were fed from the same tree that the ir parents were eating from, and they were
not cast out physica lly. They were then give n clothes (unconditiona l teachings-menta l unconditional
love). Several leaves fell from the tree of no separation and provided complete protection for the seeds.
After physical and menta l unconditiona l love was absorbed, the seeds were given the water of life
(emotiona l unconditiona l love). The seeds that were killed were brought back to life. The seeds that
were wounded were completely hea led, and there was no more scarring.
As the children grew, unconditiona l love continued to be given to the ir emotions, the Universa l
Truth was given to the ir minds, and the parents led by example while the children learne d what could
not be learned for them. Everyone would eventually understand that they were part of Everything‟s
spoken word, emotiona l word, and physica l word and that a ll three areas have, are, and will e volve
through the refining process of tria l and error. In the end the soul will fee l heavenly, the mind will have
heavenly thoughts, and the mind will be fully connected within itse lf as well as outside of it. At that
point individuals will leave the ir heavenly garden willingly to create a heavenly garde n on Earth
(neighbor) and in he ll (ene my) as it is in heaven (family).
Unconditiona l love would be given to others even when no love or conditional love was displayed in
return. Give me what is good and I will give you what is good or else an eye -for-an-eye-and-tooth-for-
a-tooth; this would no longer be the perceived truth. Those who were in heaven would turn the other
cheek (a display of unconditiona l love) until the only option left for others was to give unconditiona l
love in return. Everyone was, is, and forever will be part of God, who is, was, and forever will be
everything. What is done to the least is done to the most, which we are complete ly connected too.
When it rains, it rains on all God‟s seeds and in the same way the water of life (unconditional love), is
I saw those who could once see go blind, those who could once hear go deaf, and those who could
once feel went numb. The ir happiness turned into a knee-dropping sadness, and then into a mental lack
of empathy for others. I watched as their love turned into dislike and then into an intolerable hate. Their
courage turned into fear and then into a petrified, terror-stricke n, and deathly state of mind. The ir trust
turned into doubt and then into no fa ith in what was good. The ir humble ness turned into partia l
humility and then into arrogance. The ir honesty turned into partia l truths and then into complete lies.
Their forgiveness turned into partia l forgiveness and then into a blameful condemnation. The ir hea ling
turned into wounding and then into killing. The ir kindness turne d into crue lty and then into a barbaric
ruthlessness. The ir willingness to sacrifice for others turned into greed and then into gluttony. The ir
protection for a ll turned into se lective protection and then into exc lusive self-preservation. I watched as
those who were once alive die d, and they wa lked amongst the living. They were those who had fa llen
down the chain of conditiona l love and were eating from the tree of complete separation (no love).
But then I saw the children who were blind receive sight, those who were deaf began to hear, and
those who were numb began to feel. The ir exc lusive self-preservation turned into se lective protection
and then into protection for a ll (family, ne ighbor, and enemy). The ir gluttony turned into greed and
then into a willingness to sacrifice for a ll. The ir ruthlessness faded into crue lty and then into a
compassionate, humane kindness. Their killing turned into wounding and then into a lleviating the pa in,
mending those in agony, and hea ling all who suffer. The ir condemnation turned into partia l forgiveness