Thursday, May 9, 2013

Pentecost Prayer Day 36

No nation, no religion, no family, nor friends can legalize responsible compassion.
"Love" has been used to convey many meanings that suit society's current fashions.
Compassion in action is what I believe is love; without responsibility it's sentiment.
We're not sent to enable another's weakness, but to support the missions for which we're sent.

Jesus didn't speak the golden rule that we profess, 'Do unto others as we'd have them do."
The message that we are to honor, first The Sacred Spirit in all, seems to be known by only a few.
The Sacred Spirit doesn't share drugs in order to curry "friendship" and tribal acceptance.
The Sacred Spirit hasn't ridiculed or punished weakness, in the beginning or ever since.

The Sacred Spirit has always manifested in the ways that foster universal growth,
Not hurrying to reunite all the energy of which The Sacred Spirit could boast.
Compassion without responsibility may follow the short-lived human golden rule,
But this does not lead to the universal, eternal harmony of any beings but fools.

My prayer for Pentecost is that we begin to honor the differences between humanity and animal instincts.

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