It Takes All of Its Parts to Make a Car!
By Melvin Lewis Thomas
An automobile is a collection of parts that work together in order to accomplish controlled movement.
The Earth is a collection of entities that work together to accomplish controlled creation.
All of the parts of an automobile serve a useful function. For instance, the headlights provide illuminating guidance during dark passages and although they are in the back, the taillights, by bringing up the rear, serve an important safety function. The throttle provides acceleration and the brake retards movement. All of these parts work together to make motoring both safe and controlled. Most people would be reluctant to drive an automobile with no brakes and one without a throttle goes nowhere. Without front lights you cannot see and without rear ones you cannot be seen. Even parts that seem minor such as floor mats and headrests, add to the safety and comfort. It takes many parts to make a car and all are important.
All of the entities on Earth serve a useful function. For instance, the bright lights give us guidance during dark times, and those in the rear of the pack provide an important reminder of where we have come from. Some accelerate our advancement and others work to brake our movement. Creation with only acceleration becomes uncontrolled and with only brakes goes nowhere. In balance, controlled creation is achieved. It takes many entities playing many roles to advance, and all are important.
When you get into your automobile you seldom question any of the parts unless they are missing or malfunctioning. When they act as one the result is fluid and beautiful, providing a comfortable ride. Likewise, the Earth provides a unifying platform for all of us to play our parts. None is more important than any other for all are needed. It takes all of us, and all of us serve best by being the part we are meant to play. Some are headlights and some are taillights, some are enlightened accelerators and others movement retarders. Some are hidden from our sight under the hood and others are visible. It takes all of us to create; and when we do, the result is fluid and beautiful providing a comforting journey where all can learn.
Do not be concerned about wars and rumors of wars, about light workers or dark workers, about who is in spirit and who is incarnate. Know in your heart that all serve a useful function by providing counterbalanced control. All are safety mechanisms to bleed off unsafe energy when there is an excess and impetus when there is a deficit, all the while providing cohesive guidance for where we are going. Thus we are all on a journey together, as the parts of creation, motoring safely towards a new and brighter destination as one vehicle. It takes all of us to make this work. Be at peace within yourself and know that the journey is safe and the destination assured. Then we make it as one. It takes all of its parts to make a reality!
About The Author
Melvin Lewis Thomas - I grew up in one of the most beautiful places in the world, Sedona, the heart of Red Rock Country in Arizona.
My college education molded me as a scientist with things as my subjects. Working at medical and human research laboratories, and as a teacher, shifted my focus to people. Eventually I became a metascientist and life became my focus, with reality my laboratory. That path led to this book. Along the way I changed jobs and even careers when what I was doing was no longer of interest. I grasped it, then moved on: stepping-stones in the process of education; the process never ends.
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