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Respect and Love For Our Heavenly Mother

Updated on December 9, 2018
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Alex is an active member of his church, a student of philosophy, and he has visited many holy houses of worship.

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Man was born from sweat, mud, and blood.
The gods were made from the love synthesized
in the between two Exalted Beings.
All men are made with the sweat and labor
of a beautifully sad moment in the history of time.

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What can be made without love?
The asexual creature loves itself so much that it makes itself two.
The sexual being loves herself so much
that she desires a himself to set perfect symmetry.

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Throughout the history of our histories,
some have worshiped the Mother of mankind-
others have meditated on her figure in curiosity and awe;
and, there are those who have wished away her womb from their knowledge.

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My body was made by woman and man,
and my spirit was created through Father and Mother.
We do not need to worship a parent in order that we respect this person.

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Why do you want me to stand amidst the incredible beatitudes of this world,
and deny to your face that all created things
are the products of sexual reproduction?
Is not the asexual being a sexual thing?

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What is wrong with sex in the correct context?
Surely Jesus the Nazarene had a Mother in Heaven.
Children are told to listen to their earthly mothers;
what is wrong with myself as I,
even with my very young soul,
play with my Heavenly Mother's toes whilst I wonder the earth?

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I do not worship my Heavenly Mother. I surround my meditation with her admiration.
The Parents of the gods should never be forgotten, should they?
I may pray to my Heavenly Father daily, but I do not forget my Divine Mother.
She also creates, has a physical body, and an awesome intelligence.
May we forever respect our parents,
in the name of Jesus Christ our master and brother, amen.

Do you love our Divine Mother?

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© 2018 Alexander James Guckenberger

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    • Guckenberger profile imageAUTHOR

      Alexander James Guckenberger 

      16 months ago from Maryland, United States of America

      Elijah, thank you for your thoughts. :)

    • Guckenberger profile imageAUTHOR

      Alexander James Guckenberger 

      16 months ago from Maryland, United States of America

      Miebakagh, no problem my dude.

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      Alexander James Guckenberger 

      16 months ago from Maryland, United States of America

      Eric, thank you brother. God bless you.

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      Elijah A Alexander Jr 

      16 months ago from Washington DC

      A well written analogy of the existence of the human/woman and man specie [human and woman are the same lower form of man: neither is a gender, are boys and girls are once we enter puberty] of how it took love to produce existence.

      My "born again" experience revealed human and woman are to man what tadpoles are to frogs and caterpillars are to butterflies, a lower form of man that has not completed our evolution from "minds unable to comprehend all things" caused by our belief in good and evil. The "new birth" is the metamorphosis that restores our missing attribute, either femininity or masculinity, into us for making us man as Genesis 2:24 suggests when comprehended. Man, per Genesis 1, are both genders with the meaning of "minds able to comprehend and exceed the ability of [dominion's definition] all things.

      Except for lacking that difference in human/woman and man, a perfect work of art, thanks for sharing it.

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      Eric Dierker 

      16 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      This article is very cool. I especially liked your ending. So much said in so few words.

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      Miebakagh Fiberesima 

      16 months ago from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, NIGERIA.

      Hi, I appreciated your response. Thank you.

    • Guckenberger profile imageAUTHOR

      Alexander James Guckenberger 

      16 months ago from Maryland, United States of America

      Thank you so much for your kind thoughts Miebakagh. :)

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      Miebakagh Fiberesima 

      16 months ago from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, NIGERIA.

      Hello, Alex, yesterday I was talking about plants reproducing themselves sexually, and other creatures asexually inspite of the commonly known sexual union of man, beats, birds, reptiles, and others like fish.

      Now, I see that you are depicting all these into a poem. Thank you for sharing globally. Have a nice day today.

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