• Bryan Hollomon Williams

While It Is Day.......

"I must work the works of Him who sent Me while it is day; the night is coming when no one can work. As long as I am in the world, I am the Light of the world (John 9:4-5)."

Free your mind, for a moment at least, of religious regime, denominational dictatorship, antagonistic atheism, and tyrannical traditions.

Whether you believe in the Bible or not; whether you believe in Yahweh or not; whether you believe in Jesus or not, you cannot deny the lessons of Love found in them. Regardless of the misconceptions, misinterpretations, corruptions, manipulations, perversions, and contaminations, there is good to be found there. We often forget the human factor in and of history. We feel that our leaders and ministers should be perfect beings. Then, when they fall, fail, or come up short, we not only judge them, but we also judge the validity of the message. Faith in man will always lead to disappointment.

Forgive my digression.......

While it is day, Love!

While it is day, Love!!

So that you may rest easy when the night falls, knowing you have loved, knowing your actions have been actions of love, knowing your words have been words of love, and knowing your conscience is clear because of love. No tossing, not guilt, no worry, no turning. In peace, you rest, when you live by love.

From Jesus Christ (not christianity), I've learned Love!

From Islam, I've learned Love!

From Buddha, I've learned Love!

From Lao Tzu, I've learned Love!

From Maat, I 've learned Love!

From Gilgamesh, I've learned Love!

From believers, I've received Love!

From atheists, I've received Love!

From agnostics, I've received Love!

From wiccans, I've received Love!

From sinners, I've received Love!

The Language of our Creator, and Source of all things, is Love!


Like Right Guard, "Anything less, would be uncivilized!"

Those who have ears to hear, let them hear.......

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