7:15.9 Meaning manifests itself
through images of purity:
of truth and beauty, love and soul
as meanings of Meaning itself
7:15.10 Love is the soul of our being
manifested through our self
in feeling oneness with our kind
through the galaxy of mind
7:19 I (you) am love that binds my being
into an integral entity,
in relationship with you, and all,
7:19.1 The love that binds me in unity
with myself, with you, and all
is in principal my soul
and in meaning is everything.
7:19.2 The revolution of love to come:
to love what naturally you don’t;
and when that consciousness arrives,
man will reach the Meaning of life.
7:19.3 Yes, read these words of love and soul,
of meaning, unity and bliss;
until their inspiration dulls,
then live not read them anymore.
7:28 Pain and pleasure are one and the same:
The energy of love being felt;
pain repels and pleasure attracts,—
but on the plane of mind, not soul.
7:28.1 Change your mind and you change what’s felt;
but what is it that changes your mind?
The source of all that makes us live—
the totality of everything.
7:28.2 Within the total of everything
is that which binds it all as one:
in unity withal of meaning–
We call it love, or will, or soul.
7:28.3 And at this universal one,
pain is pleasure and pleasure pain;
which is the nullity of both
at their origin and their end.
7:28.4 And on this plane of life and earth
where pain and pleasure disunite,
if to approximate their source,
love we must what we tend to shun.
8:10 Love is the creative life-death force
that formulates everything as one;
destruction is its way to death:
the principle inherent to life.
8:10.1 Death is the ending of the self
but the beginning of the soul;
in life we know this as our bliss,
in death we hope soul is our life.
8:15 To love that which you do not love
is to feel the pain you would avoid;
and a most insidious pain
is your repulsion of love itself.
8:15.1 Each time I move away from love
to other thoughts to free my mind,
Love always beckons my return
to start to love what I do not.
8:16 But of course he understands
my Words and ideas of love;
for he is of a loving nature—
and understanding’s a form of love.
8:19 When the feel of love has fled your mind
—as it periodically does—
then act in love the best you can
by doing right in truth and grace.
8:19.1 Fatigue, it gets us every time
so that we care not what is right;
our loss of energy rules our mind,
our best intentions slip away.
8:19.2 But let me impart this remedy
to help offset fatigued defeats:
Change your mind to focus in
to the fatigue in love of it.
8:19.3 For love is creative energy
that strives and thrives positively
beyond inertia and lethargy
as it expands our limitations.
8:19.4 Tomorrow never comes to us
when we say we will change our ways;
now must be the decisive hour,
or else our habits linger on.
8:19.5 Before we can fully live in love,
we have to love Love more than self;
and for that to happen in our life,
a faith in Love must dye our mind.