A Few Words from the Veda, from Our Holiest about Worldly Occupation

Tower of Babel - by Lucas van Valckenborch, 1594,

Tower of Babel – by Lucas van Valckenborch, 1594,

The Holy Verses of our Grand Master in Heaven give the rationale for making serious life changes. The only way to escape worldly existence is to quit, retire, and seek a Master and learn compassion and the Path of Giving. Without mastering the Path, after death, there is a one-hundred percent chance of being reborn of a mother, and not necessarily human. Depending upon one’s virtue, the verses say one can be reborn as a monkey, an ass, or a small venomous creature that must die, or be reborn upon the earth with a perfect body for helping others less fortunate. It depends upon what you do now, in this life. It is the hope of the school; actually, it is the mission of the school to advance the instructions for doing that. The same teaching was given in the past, in ancient times, when the Messiahs, the Enlightened, the Shining Ones walked the earth and urged people to strive to give up, and to help in the endeavor is the Holy Breath from Heaven.

Here are a few words from the Veda, from the Holiest in Heaven, about worldly occupation.

With regard to that to speak of worldly occupation, as a religious act a Victor to finish for those.

 

Lizard with Rocks on the Ground

 

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