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Mieli dalyviai! Visa mano kūryba ir kartu visi šie puslapiai yra visuomenės turtas, kuriuo visi kviečiami laisvai naudotis, dalintis, visaip perkurti. - Andrius



See also: EverythingWishesForNothing, Truth, Love

{{Andrius}}: I studied the gospel of [http://www.ebible.org/web/Matthew.htm Matthew], which has many of Christ's parables, to see what are the contents of Christ's sayings . I found them to be the following eight:

  • 0.What you find is what you love (consider the LostChild metaphor)
  • 1.Belong to the Lord, share in the favor of the Lord.
  • 2.Wait for the Master, share in the treasure of the Master.
  • 3.Follow the Teacher, share in the virtue of the Teacher.
  • 4.As you value others, so are you valued.
  • 5.As you value the little, so you value the big.
  • 6.As you value the fruit, so you value the tree.
  • 7.What you believe is what happens (this is the KingdomOfHeaven)

I think they express the same ideas as [IAmStatements Christ's statements "I am..."], but as practical precepts, for us to follow. Christ states them neutrally - the middle six precepts are useful for people both good and bad - because they simply point out the consequences of how we apply our operating principles, with respect to the entirety (as in the case of Christ's statements "I am..." ), or with respect to ourselves.

They also relate to the DirectionsFromTheGood.

What you believe is what happens - this is the fact that there is one truth and so the truth we believe and the truth that happens must be the same truth.

What you find is what you love - this is the fact that there is one love and so God's love for us (through what we find) and our love is the same love.

The other six statements are perhaps extrapolations from love to truth.


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