THE EQUALITY OF CONSCIOUSNESS
Here's How It Goes :
God loves all life equally and the same. How could that be? It seems impossible, but it is so. This is what God showed to me. That to us, who are mortals and encased in a limited mind and body, everything seems so vastly unequal, and, for instance, an ant is insignificant to a person. Then again, you take a person with an IQ of 80 and another person with one of 160, and the person with the 160 feels vastly superior to the other. Then again, a person lives in poverty with no education and has no accomplishments worth noting, while another person becomes President of the United States not once, but twice. Everyone would think of the President as far greater than the first person. But what does God see?
SPOKE TO ME
I had said a little prayer while thinking about Equality Consciousness, for God to guide me further in it's understanding. A short time later, I was doing some yard work and pulled some weeds from the path. A few were pulled and thrown aside when one weed said to me (said in a mental way, the way a sunset would speak to your mind),
"Am I not beautiful? Look at my leaves and their beautiful symmetry. Why are you pulling me out, as if I meant nothing?"
I stopped and looked at the weed and saw that, indeed, it was beautiful. I said to it,
"I will xerox your leaves and put them on the site and write about your beauty and the Truth you have revealed to me."
What had the week revealed to me? So much! God had spoken to me through the weed, for the weed is a member of the Second Person of the Holy Trinity: Creation. This is what it revealed:
When we mortals look at life on earth, we see it subjectively, and we see it with a judgment that determines like or dislike according to the utility of the thing we see. If it serves us in some way, we say it's good. If it blocks our way to what we want, we say it's bad. If in some way it displeases us, we decide it's no good at all. But God doesn't see it that way. God looks upon creation and sees all objectively, as the Creator enjoying/loving creation, and God sees all creation as good. God does not say that one bit of creation is bad, while another is good. It's all good. And God also sees the creation from within, the way it sees itself, and it loves itself, as every created thing loves itself first and foremost; that's basic instinct.
We humans are especially noxious to other life. We go overboard to try and prove we are superior to all things and Patriarchy declares that all things are put at our disposal by God. This is ego trash talk. God does not love one thing above another.
I had judged that weed the way that mortals judge. It was in my way on the path. Weeds have to be moved and pulled and so on, and we call them "weeds" the way mortals call some animals "vermin" or "rodents" that have to be done away with. A rash, cruel judgment this is! As I looked upon the weed I saw my own ignorance and it's beauty, and I present the xerox copy of it here for your enjoyment.
Look at the symmetry! See the design! It deserves to live and to be beautiful and to be appreciated.