9:13 We’re human and transcendent both,
some more the one than the other;
in either case, our life is human:
Transcendence makes it more than human.
9:13:1 Our human transcendence is that
which goes beyond our ego-self
in thought and feeling, word and act
of love, for love, of life and death.
9:13:2 Your human-transcendence is your love
in mind to live your life humanly
by transcending it beyond yourself
through love and its morality
9:13:3 What we do or feel transcendently
is an expression of our love
for another, for what’s right,
and thereby taking in more life.
9:13:4 Our humanness binds us to earth,
our transcendence gives us more life;
life, it’s true, springs from the sun;
but life, its meaning, springs eternal.
9:13:5 Accept, yes, even justify,
your humanness in it’s folly;
but beware you don’t indulge it
that it stagnates without hope.
9:13:6 Our human transcendence saves us
from our failings and frailties;
our all-too human self we love
but more our transcendence than our self.
9:15 Love your humanity–it’s you;
love your transcendence –it too is you;
which you love the more, be that more:
all-too-human or more-than-human.
9:25 This is the human-transcendent code:
Be soul–be love–be meaning–be bliss.
Think you are these essentially,
and you will free your mind.
9:25.1 Soul-love-meaning-bliss are all as one
but manifested differently
in our living reality
through which we think symbolically.
9:26 The more life, the more meaning;
the more meaning, the less limit
of the boundaries of this life
upon our mortal existence.
9:26.1 Dying to this life on earth
is maturation toward life in death;
our bodies deteriorate,
our minds prepare the way to soul.
9:26.2 Soul is no other than the bond
to hold the body and mind as one;
when the body and mind depart
the soul exists for other forms.
9:26.3 Be soul–be larger than your life.
Be love–be vaster than your self;
Be meaning–be the essence of the world
Be bliss–be the power to your will.
9:26.4 Let “essence” be the word to mean
the God that means this world to be;
the word that clearly intimates
the inward state of reality.
9:26.5 Soul is essence personalized
as: “I am essentially soul.”
Love is the essence of unity,
as the bond between everything.
9:26.6 And bliss is Essence as all power
to will in radiant purity;
and Meaning is essence as to why
everything is as it happens.
9:26.7 “O, my meaning!”–What does that mean
when I say it in deep reverence?
The outword Meaning to the world;
the inward Meaning to myself.
9:26.8 You seekers of you Soul–or Love,
or God, or Meaning–know that your
love of others is your redemption
here in life throughout it all.
10:5 For those who strive to live in love,
until you can love more than self,
you have to overcome the will
to fight in fierce retaliation
10:5.1 The will to fight crosses over
to psychological response
of spite and malice for the thrill.