God in us.

Jesus sends up his spirit

Paul wrote”We have a young grandson currently fixated on “the-next-thing” … the next activity … the next tv programme … the next whose turn it is .. always the next-this and the next-that.  There is a visible preference to be wrapped not in this moment but the next.  Maybe he will learn to live-in-the-moment as he passes this phase.

But I have learned that being in control is not “being in control” – it is me controlling others who don’t want to be controlled.  I have learned control is not of this moment but always the next – always of others’ “next”.

And I have learned in my own decades that “living-in-the-moment” only happens without MY fear of MY now.  When I learn to set-aside MY “what ifs”.

When I stop trying to control others’ moments.

Find my own “I Am”.”


Jesus, you said such strange things, too much for me to understand. You spoke of the knitting together of God and humanity. Your Father within you so that you are One and that One entering each one of us until there was no I just a we. Paul says that he finds his own ‘ I Am’ when he ceases to be a conrol freak. Non of us should control since we are One.

Little one – how come you quote my death for non of that will be unless I die. Once I have died for you there is no more future, but the eternal now.

Okay-you and me are One being and so anything I do must be as you ordered to be because when we hurt each other we hurt the One within us. We hurt you, we hurt God. But it is the ‘time’ thing that I grasped last time we have always been one, us and God, you and us– and so forever, since Adam left the Garden we have been fighting and disagreeing with God in one and God in the other, we are somehow responsible for that war in heaven.

Quite so, quite so. And that may be since nothing exists in time as you know it –

When I stop trying to control others’ moments. I Find my own “I Am”.”


Your time is slow your minds are always calculating and come word by word to that time when you understand that you are Us and then much longer to realize that you are a We with God. Then because of this there is only One. REMEMBER THE STUMBLING OF ONENESS.

I thought you wanted to hear my Stories…

Yes, yours –not the Memoirs.

18 years

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About Andrew Blair

Living in Maroubra Australia. Carer for my wife Jessica. Simple web designer and Administrator; photographer, artist and theologian. We now attend the Uniting Church in Maroubra Junction where we are very happy. My greatest desire is to serve God in the capacity of an Interfaith dialoguer since this seems to be my calling since 1997

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