Sacred Name

 

I remember searching for my true name. Then when I had the good fortune to drown I was able to embrace the Devine on the other side. I felt that I could ask one quick question and asked what is my true name? The answer was literally Devine. My ideal self was I-Devine! We all have some of the Creator that made us in us. The further we behave from that Divines' the more uncomfortable we are. The distance we exist from our “I-Devine” core the greater the tension. This could be shown as a mathematical equation.  D= distance, over Devine Creator = DC…D/DC= T (tension)...DD   

Dewduster Dewduster
66-70, M
3 Responses Feb 19, 2009

I am not sure I ever will know. Being adopted takes that feeling of security of knowing who you are away. <br />
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All I do is cry anymore. I don't know why either sometimes.

TheOnlyConstantIsChange - I think that as we get stronger we need to add more weights to keep getting stronger. Lol<br />
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kthimm1- I have thought about giving up several times in my life of 65 years. <br />
Each time I was able to learn the lessons I needed to learn and got stronger by not giving up. I don't want to go before my Creator and tell Her that I didn't appreciate my gift of life! <br />
When ever times get rough it may help to think..."This to shall pass" and it will. <br />
Also know that it is so hard to know who you are at your age because you are still evolving and not yet truly who you are...DD

I am still searching for my true name and purpose. I don't know myself. <br />
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I don't know why I am here. I have tried to commit sucide but never suceeded in doing it any of the times. Everytime I was stopped by a friend. So I am still here