|One Infinite Light||
Are you a seeker wrestling with the following questions?
Finding Answers – Excerpts from One Infinite Light
“Whether we consider ourselves theists, nontheists, polytheists, deists, agnostics, or atheists, we all are searching for a sense of place—for how and where we fit into this grand creation called humanhood.
“The question, ‘What do I want out of life?’ is probably pretty much the same for each of us—security, a sense of purpose, happiness, beauty, peace, and ultimately love. And many of us would add that we want to find a connection to something greater than ourselves.
“While we can't expect all of our questions about God or the creation and constitution of the universe to be fully answered in this human experience, we can be assured that if a desire to know God and understand humankind as God’s pure reflection is sincere and fervent, it will be amply rewarded. Our lives can be transformed, and we will find much of what we are seeking—including healing for many of life's challenges.”
Preface—The Fertile Soil, Chapter: Pursuing the Eternal Quest
The Seine at Herblay, Maximillien Luce, Musée D'Orsay, Paris, France “To me, this painting represents many things—not the least of which is the bounty of limitless, creative talent. More importantly, though, I see this as an illustration of the individuality of Source’s infinite creation artfully combined into one exquisite, consummate masterpiece. Each dot is singular in its color, texture, and placement, and its true importance becomes apparent when seen as part of the larger picture. This is precisely what we see in humankind. Every one of us, Soul’s expression of itself, is vastly important to the whole and has a special place established, and role to play, in the grand order of an infinite and eternal cosmos.”
Part II—One God, One Infinite Light, Chapter: Soul
God’s True Nature Revealed
What is the nature of something? It is the sum of all of its qualities, attributes, and functions—its pure essence, the entirety of its being or existence, the substance that can be recognized or defined. In the Bible John writes, “This then is the message which we have heard of him, and declare unto you, that God is light,” (I John 1:5 to 3rd ,).
The dazzling dispersion of light we see in the facets of a brilliant cut diamond is used by One Infinite Light, Inc. as a symbol to represent the 8 primal facets of God's true nature. While it is impossible to describe the totality of the Infinite with our present, limited human vocabulary, working with these 8 primal facets is a good starting point for a better comprehension of that universal Force.
All facets are intertwined together and woven into the seamless fabric that constitutes God's oneness. One facet cannot be separated from another—they are fully interdependent, and operate as whole in perfect unison. Any of the qualities, attributes, or functions we recognize in one facet, could very well be emblematic for multiple facets.
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