GOD’sBondMan: Eight [Naked]

BOND EIGHT

Disclaimer:
This is hardly a fashion post.

Humanity is naked because we reject covering simply for the Hunger to uncover.

That said, GOD’sBondMan is never afraid to dig into the past, besiege the error and behold it never to repeat it. But in doing so – in staging a replica of mistakes and missing takes – it is important to note that it is not possible to write about humanity without imagining to address error and the state of error.

To depict humanity in its trueness is to affirm that a form of vulnerability is required.

To truly address humanity, in its height, is to affirm the lowliness of our core.

Our weakness is our strength but our strength is weak.

Thus weakness, which is as dusty as the very flesh which wraps us like a gift to the universe, is the best way to show our likeness because of corruption. We are fired up clay, weak and can be broken. Those who say that they are perfect and seek to present a never-wanting-all-satiable nature have told themselves a lie and the truth is not with them nor can it defend them because they oppose it blatantly.

At the peak of our renaissance we are still in the depth. In our ugliness, we are beautiful but only in the refraction of the truth which is that our beauty is not determined by what we see but what can be seen when our eyes are sealed and singled to our origin. Our beauty is light and only a singled eye can adopt light as sight. Needless to say there can be sight in darkness; do not be deceived by its wonder

When we seek to discover without the ONE who brought us – to pry into nature and the cause rather than the course – we uncover ourselves; opening our being, setting parts which make us up to see what bakes us from ground to the top. We become naked. Unclad, nude.

When we break the rule of light (which is singleness to the ideal of creation and why we were created) we embrace darkness and in trying to know how we know what we know, we become ignorant, causing GOD to ask us questions: where are you? what have you done? why did you?

That responsibility which was thrust upon us must now be earned by trust and not from the mere burst of the creation of life. When we seek to uncover and are nude, we become lost within ourselves, entrapped in an endless search for warmth, worth and sadly we lust after our selves, saying in our thoughts: “what an amazing art!”: man after woman, woman after man, man after man and woman after woman and when the tide is switched, man after beast, beast after woman…the lust train goes on and on as we burn to destroy ourselves.

The goal of GOD’sBondMan is to not allow this repeat itself: to prevent the query of cause at the expense of course and to abide where the tide was made for abode.

It is never a sin to be obedient, it is never a sin to submissive to GOD’S Will, it is never low of existence to remain where one should be. Lastly, we should not be afraid to embrace the singleness of why we were actually created. This, too, is the bond.

5 thoughts on “GOD’sBondMan: Eight [Naked]

  1. It is never a sin to be obedient, it is never a sin to submissive to GOD’S Will, it is never low of existence to remain where one should be. Lastly, we should not be afraid to embrace the singleness of why we were actually created. This, too, is the bond.In our ugliness, we are beautiful but only in the refraction of the truth which is that our beauty is not determined by what we see but what can be seen when our eyes are sealed and singled to our origin. Our beauty is light and only a singled eye can adopt light as sight. Needless to say there can be sight in darkness; do not be deceived by its wonder.Our weakness is our strength but our strength is weak.
    Not arranged orderly but I love these parts😇😇

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