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Thoughts on Jesus Christ, God, and the crucifixion


Christ’s crucifixion, doubt on the cross (i.e. “Father, Father, why hast though forsaken me?”), and death were themselves proof that no matter what befalls a human being, God is still with him/her, and will raise him/her up in the end.


Jesus was a nexus in the plexus of Christness.


The self, in eternal transformation, is crucified at every moment by the Self.


The Father doesn’t necessarily lift you up; you become the father of yourself, and you lift yourself up.


One is christened when the "not‑I" called I, enters the "I".


There is no witness to consubstantiation; I do not say "I am the same as me."


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