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The Universe in an Hourglass: A Time for Everything

Out of the darkness, stones were flung at the healer’s mind as he carried his cross. The stones
crumbled and fe ll to the ground. He broke bread and fed them. Love your family was one loaf of bread,
and he broke it into “Love your neighbor and enemy, for God is one.” They threw stones at his soul.
His armies of unconditiona l love within him came to his a id, and the stones could not penetrate. The
healer did not become worse, and then evil; instead, he turned the other cheek (“I forgive you, for you
know not what you do.”)
They threw stones at the body, but the body had a lready been given free ly, and so it could not be
taken. A fallen hea ler who was denying that he was one of the disc iples of unconditiona l love flung one
stone. That stone was thrown the hardest; it hit the healer’s body with force, and he fe ll to the ground.
A seed of unconditiona l love ran to him and gave him the water of life. The healer drank it and then
turned to his fallen brother and said, “I forgive you.” An individual who was being crucified along with
the healer stopped. He sacrificed his body as another stone was thrown, and he he lped the hea ler to his
feet. The helpers had indeed come!
The healer was hung from his cross, which he had “willingly” agreed to bear. The concept of
turning the other cheek (willing sacrifice), when put into practice, took away all sin. There was no
greater love than to sacrifice one’s life willingly for everyone, who were part of everything, and there
was nothing that the sun would do that he did not see his heavenly father doing. The bread of life (one
family) was broken into two (ne ighbor and enemy), and the Last Supper, with everyone , began. The
healer’s neighbor was hanging from a cross to his left, and his enemy was hanging from a cross to his
right. The healer’s arms were stretched out on the cross and he was about to give his family a hug. His
neighbor asked if he would see heaven, and the healer said, “Yes, you surely will” (unconditional love
was given). His enemy said, “If you are the sun of God, then why don’t you climb down from your
cross?” The healer turned the other cheek (“I forgive you; you know not what you say.”)
The healer looked out over the crowd, who was part of God, and asked, “Why do you forsake me? I
have done nothing wrong, but I still forgive you.” He then poure d the water of life that flowed through
his veins (emotional unconditional love) into their cups. “I forgive those who doubt me and those who
do not be lieve. I am a cup of life, and those who drink my blood will have everlasting life. Drink and
remember me.” He said, “Love your family, neighbor, and enemy as I have loved you.” Suddenly out
of the darkness, the words came, “He is the sun of God. Listen, everyone. He does not condemn you, he
shows no fear, and constantly forgives like the sun gives light.” The healer smiled as the crowd began
to come to life! The healer was filled with joy, looked up at the heavens, and said, “It has been
accomplished.” He was the sun that was shining in the darkness. It had begun to flicker, and then it
went out. The death of the sun was a supernova; it was the greatest sacrifice, the brightest light, and the
Last Supper provided food for everyone to eat.