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Jėzus Kristus labai susijęs su dangaus karalyste, su dangaus žemiška išraiška. Jis taip pat vienija tapatumą ir tobulumą.

See also: BeingOneWith, GoodWill

AndriusKulikauskas: I grew up in a Christian family and accept Christ as a fundamental concept. I share my conception here. Please share yours!

===Jesus Christ===

Jesus Christ is the unity of two ideas: LoveGod and LoveYourNeighborAsYourself. These command us to be {{Perfect}} and {{Equivalent}}. Jesus Christ is the bridge between these two concepts. He is that perfect one with whom we are each equivalent.

In this sense, Jesus Christ represents the choice between being a {{Person-in-particular}}, focused on what makes us {{Different}}, or a {{Person-in-general}}, focused on what makes us the {{Same}}. As a person-in-general we live hyperflexibly, ready for the good to come from any direction.

We presumably start life as such a person-in-general but very early on become attached to ourselves as a person-in-particular (I think of this as our original sin). At some point (perhaps in childhood, perhaps later) we realize that as a person-in-particular we are irreparably dysfunctional, we are not able to fix ourselves (we are sinners). We come to realize that we have a clear choice as to how we may live: We may abandon ourselves and prefer to have the perfect person - a person-in-general - live through us. Once we realize this, and make this choice, we have a different approach to life - this is baptism, a rebirth. We may focus on our recognition of the difference as a seminal event, as do the Protestants. Or we may focus on continuously exercising this choice in every act of our lives, as do the Catholics. What is important is that we do choose to live as a person-in-general.

It is significant that Jesus Christ is not just a theoretical possibility, but is a practical possibility. What matters I think is not the historical fact, the historical person, but rather the practical fact that we have the possibility to live as such (and through such) a person. This practical fact is made evident through his challenging wisdom (as in the Sermon on the Mount) which is greater than the human mind itself yields, and hence is of a greater origin. It is a wisdom that comes from goodness rather than intelligence.

To {{Believe}} in such a perfect person - as in following that person - is one means of choosing the will of God over our own.

===EmotionalResponses===

I investigated the EmotionalResponses by considering Jesus's emotions and expectations by [http://www.ms.lt/ms/projects/reasonfeatures/991104markemotion.html sorting episodes in the Gospel of Mark]: [http://www.ms.lt/ms/join/000101goodwill.html Addressing the Good in Others].

  • Peace => Respond Jesus is moved with pity for those who have faith, but suffer needs.
  • Disgust => Make yourself heard Jesus wants them to see another point of view, of one wanting to heal, forgive, rejoice, eat, do good, save life. He rebukes those who do not believe. He is angered by those who lack faith in good.
  • Frightened => Confront Unclean spirits that see Jesus shout out that he is the Son of God. Jesus commands them to come out. Jesus rebukes those who think as humans do, not as God does. Jesus orders them not to make him known. Jesus wants people to go home and tell their families, but not to go into the villages and towns.
  • Content => Delegate Jesus is happy with those who do the will of God, who have faith. He tells them to go in peace. Jesus gives instructions, and everything is as he says.
  • Excited => Initiate Jesus calls disciples to follow him. He sends them out to preach repentance and the gospel, to cure the sick, and to drive out demons.
  • Suprised => Articulate Jesus explains the parables to the disciples, but is surprised at their lack of understanding, and amazed at their lack of faith.
  • Sad => Renew Grieves at the hardness of hearts, those who look for the sign and ignore the signified. He withdraws from them to rest. He is silent with those who speak only on the level of words.
  • Suspense => Sheer will Jesus prays alone to be with God. He is often tempted - but he responds to choose what God wants, not what he wants.

His inner expectation is that people care about the signified rather than the sign. His outer expectation is that people believe in God in their hearts rather than recognize him in the world.

I think that Jesus's DeepestValue in life is BeingOneWith.

2005.01.03 {{A}}: Kaip mes renkamės Kristų vietoj savęs? {{D}}: Mano sūnus yra mylintis, ir jūs norite būti mylinčiais, kaip ir a� jus myliu. Yra taip. Mylėk.

2004.12.16 {{A}}: Koks Kristaus vaidmuo �mogaus pasaulė�iūroje? {{D}}: Per mano sūnų jūs susikalbate su manim. {{A}}: O kaip tu susikalbi su mumis? {{D}}: Visa Trejybe.

2004.11.30 {{A}}: Koks Kristaus vaidmuo �mogui gyvenant �irdimi? {{K}}: A� esu tas kuris priima kito �mogaus �irdį, jį randa kitame ir jame gyvena. {{A}}: Ar tu esi septynerybė? {{D}}: Taip, taip kaip tu supranti, tikrai taip.

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