Thursday, May 20, 2010

Walking The Road To the Fifth World

Native American who posted a great blog post.

Ngungu'taota (greetings we are relatives), Tutskwa I'qatsi (Land and Life are One),

As a brother, let me share some ideas with you that I recently spoke about (a shorter version) in reply to someone’s blog post. These ideas reflect what my people and other mentors have taught me over the years. They are offered to you for your own reflection, as always, with an open-hand for you to take or leave as you choose.

Firstly, we do not believe that we reach the Fifth World automatically, but
that we are in process of making ourselves into pure and loving people that
merit the Fifth World. This means that we are learning to purify ourselves by
filling our minds with love, charity, and compassion, and then acting that out
in what we do and say. As we hold pure ideals and make them parts of
ourselves, we naturally walk the road home. Yes, this is not an easy road; we
would rather believe the easier idea that we need only profess certain beliefs
and are then home free. But, we believe that talking is not enough; we must walk
our talk, finally becoming loving people who earn their places in the Fifth World.
According to our Law of Life, those who hold fast to the Earth, but who have
not yet attained a high enough degree of purity to reach Taalawsohu, will
continue their evolution on the new Fourth World
following this purification cycle.

As Jesus is quoted in scripture: "...strait is the gate, and narrow is the
way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it....wide is the
gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be
which go in thereat..." This is a warning, the same as my people believe,
that we must not fall prey to ideas that lead us astray, such as believing in an
easy road to the Fifth World, rather than the road we must actually follow, however
difficult that road may be-- the results of following that more difficult way—shown
to us by Jesus and others-- is well worthwhile: eternal life upon our heavenly Earth to be.

Someone recently said in a Blog post that "time is not running out."
Our knowledge holds differently. At least in the sense that we are at the end
of a cycle in nature which will bring about changes and choices to each of us--
we believe the time is very short before these things will come to pass. For those
who understand our purification time, the signs pointing this out have been all
around us for awhile now. We cannot alter the cycles of nature set in
creation according to how we choose to believe; but we can understand all
our Earth means to us, how far we have come with Her, and how near the end of
that journey we are now. We can also begin to take responsibility for our lives
and how we are living them, choosing to be the best people we can be on a daily

We believe, along with others, that if we live in the above way, always clinging
tightly to our Earth Mother, unafraid to die upon Her good soil as we have done
many times before, then we need have no fears. Then we can appreciate the
joyful times we are in-- that we will soon join our Earth Mother when She
ascends to the highest place of our system as Taalawsohu, the new heaven-Fifth
World, the kingdom we have been striving toward for many ages on Earth.

naawakna nihqe kyaptsita - with love and respect,
upaava - your brother

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