Homer Wilson Smith
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Fri Aug 28 00:05:25 EDT 2020
The bit about problems in this life having some origin
in a past life goes like this.
A long time go we did something that was regretted but not
confonted. In fact the whole concept of reoperation got a bad name.
The solution was to make nothing of the event as if it
had not happened. Thus a hill was created in front of our ongoing
spiritual progess. Each lifetime people try to climb their hill but
often tend to make it bigger. Or they try to detour around it only
to find themselves hopelessly lost and off track.
Eventually everyone comes back to their hill.
Everyone makes it over one day.
Perhaps to handle yet
another hill as we may all have more than one. But often the
theme of a single particular life time will be a single particular hill,
and a little observation of a life's problems will show the approximate
subject matter of the hill in question.
The complete handling of that one lifetime's hill is sufficient cause for
a major celebration and a self administered pat on the back.
Once the soul comes to grips with the fact that he has hills
and has handled
one or two terminatedly, which means forever, further hills in further
lifetimes do not seem so bad and the soul starts to look forward
to his or her eternity with charm.
Sometimes people dig a hole IN their hill and make their home there,
never to come out. This is called 'I have lived but once.'
I guess Earth could be considered one large mountain range.
homer adore-l at ualtavm 9/11/89 No subject
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