Practical reasons not to commit murder

This topic made me laugh. The point of it is to realize that it doesn’t have to be a moral issue. When seen in terms of practicality, it just makes sense.

Think of a murderer, and think of all the heavy judgment that goes along with that term.

Now think of the murderer. He is actually shooting at a reflective surface, an image of himself. The bullet ricochets off the reflective surface and kills him. No, not really, but every murder is a suicide.

Every murder is a suicide because you can only kill yourself. You can only kill yourself because you are every incarnation. The you that is being addressed here is Love, the true identity of all. It is impossible to kill Love, but within this dimension you get as many chances as you want to have to attempt to kill the Love that you and all others are.

In order not to commit murder, you have to be willing to commit murder.

This really sounds like a crazy one.

When you are willing to let anything come into that space that is truly you, then nothing need come into that space that causes what you perceive to be violence or harm within this dimension. Think of it as setting down your free will by choice because you now know that Divine Will has been operating without interruption the whole time you believed that separate versions of yourself had free will. You set down the toy of fear that keeps you feeling separated and like separate-you is in control, and you simply align and flow with Divine Will.

When you are peace, nothing in form can disturb your peace.  Peace be unto you. There’s nothing truer. Your identity is peace. That’s why we call this awakening.

As it was in the beginning, is now and ever shall be.

Photo by Glenn Carstens-Peters on Unsplash


If you are reading the Love’s Beginning book, here is the next post:
4.5 The bad guys

7 thoughts on “Practical reasons not to commit murder

  1. I feel so ignorant. I loved reading this.

    Yet I had no idea what I was reading….

    I’m still confused. Have I misunderstood something? Or missed out a paragraph?

    I’ve tried twice…. I’ll come back and try again. I do enjoy reading your posts.

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    1. I love what you said about it. You captured how you can feel something but not understand it.That insistence on understanding…interesting to see that in myself. I’m going to see if any follow up comes through…


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