The nature of the Eternal. It is One; it produces the Many. Indivisible, yet dividing itself. It produces all things impermanent; yet this impermanence is an illusion; for it can never be destroyed. It has no beginning and no end. Infinite and everywhere; it is all things. It is the Source. It is overflowing. It is complete within itself. It came before; and so it will be again. All divine qualities are its nature. Even the anti-divine; evil, hate, greed, ignorance, come from it, as its opposite, but deep down still its nature, for it is all-encompassing. It is all things to all things. The higher qualities; kindness, gentleness, empathy, compassion, come straight from its source. It is not lacking in any way, shape or form. The divine spreads itself out into the material,
What is the nature of the incarnation? Let’s investigate following the concept of duality of the opposites, and paradox. The incarnation is most likely a god-child; a couple examples being Horus and Krishna. He would have equally male and female characteristics. All-knowing, yet a naive child. Blissfully unaware, yet knowing all things; very child-like. He would have no preferences. He would not be homosexual but He would see the beauty in both male and female persons; and of course the divine nature in all beings. His incarnation would be a “coming out to play”, and the universe itself would be His playing also; divine play, divine sport, gods at play. Naive, yet infinite wisdom. He would have no beliefs, as all enlightened persons have absolutely none. “The child”, Nietzsche says,
God loves you. Unconditionally. He is proud of how far you’ve come. He made you from the clay and formed you. He knew you, more than you even know yourself, before you were even born. He knows how hard life is, He knows your circumstances. He does not judge; He leaves that for those clouded in ignorance. You are not a ‘sinner’, you are human. God is on your side. He is rooting for you, even if no one else is. You are worth it. Your life is worth it. Do not pay attention to the naysayers, for they are lost in their own illusion; they will come around, in time; for everything comes back to Him.