Mirrors and Luck
Here’s an interesting question… I would like to know more about the myth of breaking a mirror gives you seven years of bad luck, were did this originate and was there a mirror god in any culture ever?On A Mission
Gods’ mission to humanity was the prime factor of incarnation. The mission defines the process, necessitating God to take up the flesh (human nature) on a mission to provide redemption for all. Life is a journey with a mission; unfortunately a lot of people live without any purpose. Each day is another day, the same routine, no goal, vision nor definite direction. There’s no serious mission in their lives that will force them to make drastic changes for accomplishment. In the light of this subject, there are four missions that I want to consider.
Jesus compassion was displayed in the sacrificial death he paid at the cross for redemption of the sins of the world. The mockery, ridicule, the humiliation and the torments couldn’t turn his heart away from paying the ultimate price. Each time I read of the chronicles of the crucifixion, it sends cold chills over me. The journey from the garden of Gethsemane reveals the true heart of Jesus and love for his creatures though they rejected him. It’s written, “He was in the world, and the world was made by him, and the world knew him not. He came unto his own and his own received him not” (John 1:10-11, KJV).Welcome Out
I had gone to bed and was about to fall asleep when I felt a sense of giving up control completely. It felt like my inner being signaled to get moving. While it may sound uncomfortable, it was the opposite. I felt confident for a reason which was unknown to me. When I accepted this condition it was for a short while black, but shortly thereafter, I was already out on the street outside the house where I lived.The Fiat
Key to achieving union with God the Father is giving our fiat to Him: saying our unconditional, freely chosen, “yes” to the desires of His Divine Heart; both when we decide to develop an intimate relationship with Him and ongoing in the course of our lives. As Mary said, “yes” to Archangel Gabriel, when he announced to Her that She would bear the Son of God despite being a virgin (Lk 1:26-38), even though She knew that She could be stoned to death for such a decision; and Jesus said, “yes” to the Father right through Gethsemane, His Passion, and Crucifixion; so are we all called by our Father to give Him our wholehearted “yes” – this so that we can enter and live in His Divine Heart and Will: the confines of Infinite Love.