“Wisdom is the principle thing;
So therefore get wisdom and get understanding“
Asking questions is a natural joy. The wonderful child asks ‘why’ all the time. So many questions are frowned upon by religiosos or by the mere animal-man (See Magnificat Meal Movement study of “Animal-man Versus?” and also “Corma-man”).
Enjoy yourself asking these following common questions and pondering the answers given in the now famous ‘Gospel of Mary’.
These offer a more fulfilled answer to questions, not hindered by traditional interpretations of apostolic biblical writings: Gospel of Mary, Nag Hamadi Library, Papyrus Berolinensis 8502, Papyrus Oxyrhynchus 3525, Papyrus Rylands 463.
Asking questions is a normal freedom to let the light flow bringing both openness and enlightenment.
From the Gospel of Mary:
“Will matter be destroyed or not?
The Saviour replied, “All natures, all formed things, all creatures exist in and with each other, and they will dissolve into their own root. The nature of matter is dissolved into the root of its nature.’
“What is the sin of the world?
The savior replied, “There is not such thing as sin, but you create sin when you mingle as in adultery and this is called sin.”
“How can we…preach the good news of the kingdom of the child of humanity?”
Mary said, “Do not weep or grieve or be in doubt, for his grace will be with you all and will protect you. Rather, let us praise his greatness for he has prepared us and made us truly human.”
“How does a person see a vision, with the soul or with the spirit?”
The Saviour answered and said, “A person sees neither with the soul nor with the spirit, the mind which is between the two, sees the vision.”