Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Jewels of Truth Statements & Favorite Quotes of The Month

Hello All,

It's that time of the month where I'll share a trio of "Jewels of Truth" statements. Which will most likely appear in a forthcoming Volume 3 of the series. Whilst I share my works here piecemeal for your enjoyment earlier this week I started an experiment. By including at least a couple times per week my other "Jewels of Truth" spiritual wisdom statements that have already been published. Go figure I'm doing things backwards by actually highlighting my newer unpublished works with you the reader at large globally. Before that of my older material that was published back in 2007 and 2011 respectively.

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Today's statements are on the topics of Tales, Jesus Christ, and Religion. In the series of #1006-1008 written originally in early January 2010. Now being shared for the very first time for your enjoyment and reflection.

Thank you for being a reader.

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1006) Life is a Infinite tale where any one story comes to an end and another is about to commence right now. Thus following a circular route akin to the "Ying Yang" or the "Infinity Symbol" as a living paradoxical dynamic. The combined stories of the ages are just that stories. Until that time a story teller breathes life into them making them a thing of both beauty and wonder. Some stories will last the very test of time itself by outlasting cultures that gave them birth. Aside from these intriguing stories all the other ones will simply become forgotten as the ages past them by in history.

Only the truest seeker of tales that have gone by will be the very one to reclaim the past in all its splendor. Be forewarned a story may not always be fiction in its re-accounting. Some may strike a cord of older grudges that may be best forgotten rather than exhumed. The responsibility lays in the story teller in their ulterior motives to reawaken a tale of yore. Is the intent to delight audiences, educate the public at large, or worse spread division by sowing seeds of long since dead propaganda? Many elements of historical accounts are always based on selective memory. It is whom that is alive making the argument by this or that point where stories become the embodiment of history. Be it factually based or by plain hearsay misrepresenting reality from another age of humanity.

Not all story tellers are historians and not all historians are charlatans. The bulk of historians are nobly minded in being sincere educators in helping us remember. By sharing anecdotes that foster a pearl of wisdom if not a greater moral to the tale. The story has many elements that is steeped in truth. It is up to the judicious listener or reader to fathom what is real and what is conjured up misdirection. ---Ivan Pozo-Illas / Atrayo.


1007)  It has been stated What If "Jesus Christ" came back during our present times and walked amongst us? Much the same as he humbly walked amongst his followers after his own stunning resurrection. Right before he chose to reveal his truest identity to them. Perhaps a more reasonable answer is if he is walking amongst us right now. It is for the grace of God he does so within the very fiber of our combined souls in Oneness. 

Since in many astounding ways he is our Christian avatar be it as holiest Savior. To some others a highly revered prophet or otherwise sacred ascended master. He is our intercessor a "Way Shower" if not more so a Bridge that helps our faith climb into the heavens. It could also be stated before our combined births as people and before the very births of our solemn immediate ancestors. That when Jesus the Christ walked on this Earth by Gods twinkling of the eye. Paradoxically we were or are by his side with him as he lived. Our human lives presently speaking is also our eternal souls as a collective unformed consciousness of our own divine selves. That gave him strength as he endured for us across the recorded history we know of him, and all the sacred moments we never knew of him as well. We lived with Christ when he was of mortal flesh through the very Spirit of God that is living through us right now. An eternal uplink that can never be severed even if choose to disavow our faith, it is still there as God is our witness. Our divine souls gave him comfort, gave him strength, gave him inspiration, and most of all gave him unconditional love. Amen. ---Ivan Pozo-Illas / Atrayo.


1008)  Of all the great and minor faiths as religions that have evolved over the ages with humanity. Many had their birth at the death or near death of another religious faith. One day the anthropological phenomena of our predominant faiths may become naturally forgotten, demonized, if not morph into another religious tradition altogether. What we historically call as mythology be it for Ancient Greece, Persia, or Mayan cultures were the Almighty religions of their age. Ages from today our renowned and accomplished heirs of thousands of years into our combined futures. Will regard our present day Abrahamic traditions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam as mythologies of their own understanding. 

It may very well become a question that humanity is evolving for better or worse? Technologically if our civilization survives if not thrives well into what we may consider today as a science fiction opera. Our heirs to come may very well be more machine than human. Perhaps an atheists paradise? If not we may adopt a foreign religion from another sophisticated off world intelligent species by what we deem as superior spiritual beings. 

Today's dogma and theology may very well be our salvation today. For countless tomorrows that are far away may be deemed more heresy than we would care to admit. We live for today judged by ourselves, if not by God more over. Make it a noble life with the least amount of blood shed on your hands, and your children's hands to come. Amen. ---Ivan Pozo-Illas / Atrayo.

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The future belongs to those who give the next generation reason for hope. 
---Pierre Teilhard de Chardin.

I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word. 
---Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Unless you choose to do great things with it, it makes no difference how much you are rewarded or how much you have. ---Oprah Winfrey. 

If you see that some aspect of your society is bad, and you want to improve it, there is only one way to do so; you have to improve people. And in order to improve people, you begin with only one thing; you can become better yourself. ---Leo Tolstoy.

Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God. ---Matthew 5:8