Way thought for the say 30.7.2011


The disciples said to Jesus, “We know that you will depart from us, for should it be known that you be not dead, they shall pursue thee. Who is to be our leader whilst you are absent from us?”
Jesus said to them, “Wherever you are, you are to go to James, my beloved brother, for whose sake the heavens and earth came into being.
“Then go you to my wives in their order. Firstly there is Mary, and you know well of her father who is High Priest of The Way. And then my beloved Mary, and you know well of her father also,”there are few men liken onto Joseph of the Servants of the Lords; and my third wife Sophia,”like her name, she is full of wisdom and knowledge.
“Go to Pontius Pilate, who will always assist you; he being my cousin, and Sophia the cousin of his wife. He has been a great strength throughout the time of my testing.”


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And Jesus said, and the Son of the Widow said, on following The Way


“And so you who will come with me, be ready, as the road will be long and the task wearying to the body and the mind, but the rewards will be great. The reward of life is always great; there is none greater than that: and to be permitted to spend your life in the service of your fellows is an even greater gift than life. You shall have both. The greatest task you will face is the mind change it will require for you to do what you must be able to do, and accept all the strange and new things that you must be able to accept. Remember that if we live our tomorrows as we lived our yesterdays, we will re-create our todays, and never be able to move forward, and never learn how to stay where we are; so there is only one direction left, which is backwards.”

Way thought for the day 21.7.2011 – The Little Children

Then were there brought unto him little children, so that he should put his hands on them; and the disciples rebuked them, for he tired. But Jesus said, “Suffer the little children, and forbid them not to come unto me nor to him that shall come after me; for of such shall be the foundations of the paradise that the Seventh shall show onto thee.” And he laid his hands on them, and held them to him, and departed thence.

And, behold, one came and said unto him, “Good Master, what good thing shall I do, that my blood may have the paradise to come, and know eternal life?”
And he said unto him, “Why callest thou me good? There is none good: but if thou wilt enter into the life of The Way, then keep the laws of the Covenant, and its laws, which are the same, for it is one.”
The young man saith unto him, “All these things have I kept from my youth up: what lack I yet?”
Jesus said unto him, “If thou wilt be perfect, go and sell all that thou hast, and give to the coffers that are set by me for the Purpose, and thy blood shalt have treasure in the paradise to come. And when thou hast done this, then come and follow me; and bid thy blood that shall come after them eighty generation hence, to follow him that is yet to come at the ending of man's days, that they mayest do no harm.”
But when the young man heard that saying he went away sorrowful, for he had great possessions, and he felt not the breath of death upon his neck, as it was far hence from his time.
Then said Jesus unto his disciples, “Verily I say unto you, that a rich man shall hardly enter into the paradise to come. And again I say unto you, it will be easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle in his time, than for a rich man to enter into the Covenant of The Way; for in his time there shall be great riches in money and a great poverty in reason. And both the stupid and the unreasoning shall see not any difference between, for they shall be but as hungered beasts at the trough.”
When his disciples heard it, they were exceedingly amazed, saying, “Who then shall be saved?

But Jesus beheld them, and said unto them, “With men this is impossible; but with the Force of the Earth and with him that shall follow after me, all things are possible.”

Extact from The Hallowed Book of Man


An Account of the Buddha part 11 ,“ extract from The Hallowed Book of Man


The things of the world and its inhabitants are subject to change. They are combinations of elements that existed before, and all living creatures are what their past actions made them; for the law of cause and effect is uniform and without exceptions. But in the changing things there is a constancy of law, and when the law is seen there is truth, but only in good reason is there justice.


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An Account of the Buddha part 10 ,“ extract from The Hallowed Book of Man


Let us take our refuge in the Buddha and in the hallowed Cauls, for he has found the everlasting in the transient. Let us take refuge in that which is the immutable in the changes of existence. Let us take our refuge in the truth that is established through the enlightenment of the Buddha. Let us take our refuge in the community of those who seek the truth, and endeavour to live only in the truth.


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An Account of the Buddha part 9 – extract from The Hallowed Book of Man


All compound things shall be dissolved again: worlds will break to pieces, and our individualities will be scattered; but the words of the Buddha's wisdom will remain for ever. The extinction of self is salvation; the annihilation of self is the condition of enlightenment; the blotting out of self is nirvana. Happy is he who has ceased to live for pleasure, and rests in the truth. Verily his composure and tranquillity of mind are the highest bliss.


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An Account of the Buddha part 8 – extract from The Hallowed Book of Man


Yet you love self and will not abandon self-love. So be it; but then, verily, you should learn to distinguish between the false self and the true self. The ego, with all its egotism, is the false self. It is an unreal illusion and a perishable combination. He only who identifies his self with the truth will attain nirvana; and he who has entered nirvana has attained Buddhahood; he has acquired the highest good; he has become eternal and immortal.


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