HHG2-87

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Chapter 87 - JORIAS MAKES A SPEECH ON LOVE

87,1. And the glowing Jorias promptly rose and, according to Abedam's will, began to speak to all the patriarchs present, presenting to them the smallest part of the infinite treasure found within him; and this is what he said to them:

87,2. "Fathers, brothers, children, mothers, wives and daughters, do listen! Verily, verily, verily, no external sense of our soul can ever grasp what God, our holy, most loving Father, has prepared for them who love Him above all, never turning their hearts away from Him, and no man's tongue will ever be able to describe it!

87,3. "Oh, how could this be possible where words fail us and surely no one will be able to describe intelligibly things never surmised, much less seen! And supposing he could instantly come up with new words, who will understand them, let alone remember their endless number?

87,4. „Therefore, to make it slightly comprehensible, only a very small part can here be revealed. I know, dear fathers, brothers and children, why I am saying 'slightly comprehensible', for an earthly word is hardly the outermost bark of a several-hundred-years-old tree.

87,5. Who is able to recognize from it the innermost, wondrous life of the tree, who in the tree itself the mightily grown seed and in the same the endless multiplicity of that which is still hidden and only gradually becomes visible to our eyes?

87,6. "And who would, finally, go so far as to fathom from the outermost bark all the spiritual wonders concealed in a tiniest fiber of the wood?

87,7. "How the foliage, the blossom, the fruit and all the parts surrounding and penetrating it are prepared by many thousands of spirit hands, which then guide them at the right time through all the innumerable tiny channels to the endings in the tiny twigs and only there arrange them endlessly more wondrously according to the predetermined form and all the wondrous qualities we can possibly feel and perceive?

87,8. "Just as little as we conclude all this and endlessly more from the outer bark of the tree, -- and even less -- can words of the tongue describe the minutes part of that which our most holy, most loving Father has prepared in the hearts of those who love Him above all!

87,9. "O love, love, love, you great, holy love, what fullness, what depth of life and of love you comprise within!

87,10. "God, God Himself is purest love, and this love is before us all; it is the holy, most loving Father of us all, here - in our midst, there - in our hearts!

87,11. "It lies hidden from the eyes of the flesh and the soul, but not so from those of the spirit in which dwells love and which as such is love out of the endless love of our holy Father.

87,12. „To the spirit, a grain of sand is more than to the physical eye this whole earth and the entire starry sky, even if the latter could be viewed in all its outer glory as closely as the spot of the earth on which we are.

87,13. "O tiny grain of sand, you great wondrous work, what are you, how great and majestic! Who would suspect the unspeakable majesty of that which clings, unnoticed, to the sale of his foot?

87,14. "O fathers, do not believe it! It is no mote! It is a world, an immeasurably great world! In its vast spaces flow light and life!

87,15. "Great streams meander through its vast crystal valleys; on its very high mountains burn thousands upon thousands of suns, full of the most glorious multi-colored light, and countless beings in never before seen, most wondrous forms live on this great world! Their nourishment is light and warmth; they move like a wanderer who has set himself a high goal.

87,16. "O you tiny grain, you tiny grain, you alone would suffice me for the whole of eternity!

87,17. "O fathers, brothers and children, - now I can no longer talk; for already this mote keeps growing continually larger and more glorious.

87,18. "What, then, shall become of a whole earth and its increasingly more glorious multiplication as a whole, as well as in all its countless parts?

87,19. What shall then be a sun, what the whole visible starry sky, what the heaven of spirits and angels, what they, what we, what, finally, God's love within us?

87,20. "Therefore, love, love, love Him; only in this love will you realize what love is and how inexpressibly good our holy Father is!

87,21. "O love, You holy love! You alone are all in all! O Father, You holy Father, You are indeed this holy, great love Yourself!

87,22. "So love, love, fathers, brothers and children, do love the Love; love above all the holy Father!

87,23. "For He alone is Love, the eternal, the infinite. Therefore, to Him alone all our love forevermore! Amen."

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