Gospel of Thomas #22 pt.1
Jesus saw some infants nursing. He said to his disciples, “These nursing infants are like those who enter the Kingdom.”
They said to him, “Then shall we enter the Kingdom as infants?”
Jesus said to them, “When you make the two into one, and when you make the inside like the outside and the outside like the inside, and what is above like what is below, and when you make male and female into a single one, so that the male will not be male nor the female be female, when you make a pair of eyes in place of one eye, a hand in place of a hand, a foot in place of a foot, an image in place of an image, then you will enter [the Kingdom].”
As I suggested yesterday I am exploring the Gospel of Thomas. Now the passage above, continues to open my eyes to the many layers of truth found in the Principle of the Circle.
Due to Einstein’s General Relativity time and space curve, bent by the gravitational mass of the Universe.This has been proven through scientific experiment and observation. So time and space circle. The Future is the past. Everything we build in the Future, everything we evolve into in the Future, happened in the Past.
My Elder Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha shares, “That which you call now is already the past…”
I am going to share my findings with you in small doses so that we both can do more than increase our human databases. My goal here is to reveal the layers of truth that has always been inside our lives.
are like those who enter the Kingdom.” This bears a closer look to reveal this Great truth. My initial reaction to this is a picture of nursing mothers and all that the imagery conjures.They are loved, cared for, listened too and where ever there is a need that need is met. Always there is the warm embrace awaiting them.
Nursing mothers – breast-feeding, or the period of time that a mother spends breast-feeding her baby. Human breast milk is the healthiest form of milk for human babies.
So here we have Jesus telling the disciples that “nursing infants are like those who enter the Kingdom.” This suggest to me that rather than solely relying upon commentaries, experiences and convictions of others, open myself to be nurtured from the Source of by Being which is the most healthiest, holiest and without any discontinuity . As a popular tune from the 60’s says, “Aint nothing like the real thing baby…”
Infant – a very young child that can neither walk nor talk now we take a look at Jesus telling us that is those who are in the early stage of development enter the kingdom. Now when I put this together with being breast feed/ totally nurtured from God while intimately attached to God/ in the arms of the One that lives in all things my conclusion leads me to the non-interrupted connection with Source. Trust is not factored because there is no doubt.