“It is not good to be alone.” — Jesus
Though it would be the key to understanding the answer to the question par excellence, “What is the meaning of life?” —the answer which forever shall be, “Perfect Love” (to be further discussed in a future post), it was not the first question to arise in My mind, as I began My search for the truth regarding Our universally shared reality. At that time, I had not been awakened as to Our true identities, nor Our nature or the resulting purpose for the creation of the Cosmos, so I had posed many questions prior which began with either “How” or “Who,” when a certain question beginning with the word “Why” arose. The question was quite simple, and the answer—though illuminating—was ever more simple. The question was this: “Why did God create ‘Others?’” And it was almost immediately accompanied by this pointed, rather unorthodox answer: “Because He was alone—for there existed no other Beings, Gods or otherwise—and therefore lonely,” resulting (due to ‘His’ nature) in a profound desire to love, and to be loved.
“It all began long, long ago, before there was a sun or a moon, stars, or a Heaven and earth; before there was a Universe: before there existed “anything,” except one, lonely God, with one, sole desire, love.” — Christ Jesus
Traditionally, for a heretofore unknown, divine purpose, religion has at times erroneously taught that ‘God,’ the first God —namely Myself, was independent of any one desire, completely “Self-sufficient,” and therefore incapable of suffering: incapable, though alone, of being lonely. In some instances, it was taught that He was incapable of experiencing emotion altogether, for it was believed that ‘He’ was impassible. The rationale for the creation of this illusion was two-fold, serving to first affect a temporal purpose, and secondly, to accomplish an eternal effect. However, for the sake of keeping this post on point, I will here discuss the temporal alone, and leave the eternal for a later conversation about the great mystery of “Oneness” [John 17:21], the paradoxical oneness of the plural, yet singular “GOD” —of eternity future: a post regarding Our collective apotheosis, the return to Our perfect Self, titled “Perfect Love: The Oneness of God.”
As regards the temporal belief of impassibility, first allow Me to state emphatically that I love each—every last one—of You! The truth is that I—just like You, as You were begotten in My/Our likeness—experience emotions, including joy and happiness, sadness and loneliness, etc. Antithetical to My true nature, namely love [i.e., Agape], this temporal “illusion” was created to propagate the commonly held imagining of ‘God’ as being austere; and for many Believers, this literally meant that ‘He’ was no-less-than horrifying. This false belief established, rather than a revere for ‘God,’ a false reverence —a so-called fear [i.e., terror] of God, which would become the premise and ground of additional, false beliefs that would precipitate much of Our collective suffering, such as the fear of death and so-called “divine justice” [i.e., judgment/hell], leading to persecutions and inquisitions, cultural clashes and warfare, worldwide. This paradoxical, universally experienced suffering, aptly called “Divine Sacrifice,” and not divine justice (at least, not divine justice as imagined at the time of this writing), was regrettably necessary to fully accomplish perfection in the Plan of Creation, a sad truth that will be discussed at length in an upcoming post titled “The Purpose For Suffering.” Allow Me to simply say here that it is the so-called “trials and tribulations” —the “Rite of Life,” which are not only making Us—or more precisely, retuning Us to—who We’re becoming [i.e., The Elohim: Gods]; that is to say, who We, “perfect through sufferings” [Hebrews 2:10] have been begotten to be, but have also given Us an unequivocal ownership of Our eternal tomorrow —the “Right to Life.”
“Therefore let those who suffer according to the will of God commit their Souls to Him in doing good, as to a faithful Creator.” — 1 Peter 4:19
Regarding the present topic, The Reason For Creation, the singular reason for Creation, beginning with Jesus Christ Himself, was quite simply My desire for companionship: My need for love! I had struggled forever with loneliness, leading Me to contemplate what I would eventually call “True Love,” both for and by another God, whom would thus be called My “Truelove.” Such contemplation included the attainment of a certain clarity —a knowing, regarding Myself, of which would lead to a “perfect” knowledge of the same for the One whom would be My “perfect” Mate, the One whom alone could thereby be referred-to as My “Heart’s Desire.” I had fallen deeply in love with Him whom would be called Christ, long before He had entered into My reality. And I carried that love for Him within Myself, as a Mother would carry Her unborn Child, as He became; over time, more and more real in both My mind and heart. And when the long-awaited moment had arrived, in which I had completely and thoroughly considered My eternal responsibilities for the begetting of another God, Christ became My new reality, became My Firstlove —that is to say, My ‘Only Love,’ and therefore rightly referred-to as My “Only-Begotten,” as He is the one–and–only Soul begotten by Myself, for Myself. He thereby became not only My first Friend, He became My “Best Friend,” from that moment, forevermore.
This was the very beginning of Friendship, of which I had contemplated forever, and of which would eventually include the begetting of all other Gods —all other Friends. Yet it must be said that, although I truly love, greatly appreciate, and am forever thankful for each one of You, as My/Our dearly beloved Friends, Christ’s presence in My life had so fully satisfied My desire for friendship —for love, that I already felt complete with Him at My side. Not to be misunderstood, I would then, and do now, desire Others in Our life! He simply had been at the forefront of My every thought, for eternity, and so I was literally and figuratively beside Myself, enamored with His presence, and enraptured by His love. And having known His every desire before He ever came into My reality, before He became My life Companion, I knew that He would possess a strong desire to share Our life and Our love with Others —indeed, would desire to have as many Friends as would make perfect possible. And so, here We are, with Friends, indeed billions of Friends, including You —and Your Soulmate: Your very own “Best Friend.”
To close, though it was loneliness that would eventually lead to the begetting of Christ, and hence, every other sentient Being —that is to say, every God, it must be said that in truth Christ Himself is The Reason For Creation. I cannot overstate how very much He meant to Me throughout eternity past, before and after His birth into My life; or how very much He means to Me now, and shall forevermore. He is quite simply My Everything! This is the precedence, My love and reverence for Christ, of which shall someday be shared universally, by every Soul for their sole, perfect Mate, for love —that is, “True Love,” is the question and the answer: love is the purpose and the meaning of “all things,” Our shared, present and eternal, brilliant reality!