SHOULD I JUST REMEMBER TO BREATHE?

Should I just remember to breathe?
Asked By ashless 22-25, F 8 Answers 19 mins ago in Community

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Yes, with remembrance that the breath of the Holy Breath causes us to live.
By remembering to breathe deeply the pure and fresh air, we may keep our body alive for only about 100 years. We need remembering the original Breath of the Holy Spirit for eternal life. For getting back to this Breath, we must be reborn by baptism with water and fire. That is the water of divine teachings and fire of selfless love.
In the life of flesh, we are only the weakest animal among all animals: we can be killed by the big elephant or the invisible virus.
Only by the life of loving spirit, we truly become the greater world: we can use intelligence break the natural laws, while the huge stars or galaxies must absolutely obey them. And this spirit is immortal, because it is the Breath of the Living Holy Spirit.
How many people are living with the spiritual breath? Many and many more, because mature human beings today can understand this divine truth.

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Baha’u’llah says:

20. O YE THAT ARE LYING AS DEAD ON THE COUCH OF HEEDLESSNESS!
Ages have passed and your precious lives are well-nigh ended, yet not a single breath of purity hath reached Our court of holiness from you. Though immersed in the ocean of misbelief, yet with your lips ye profess the one true faith of God. Him whom I abhor ye have loved, and of My foe ye have made a friend. Notwithstanding, ye walk on My earth complacent and self-satisfied, heedless that My earth is weary of you and everything within it shunneth you. Were ye but to open your eyes, ye would, in truth, prefer a myriad griefs unto this joy, and would count death itself better than this life.
(Baha’u’llah, The Persian Hidden Words)

HAIKU

Breath Holy Spirit
Life of all worlds and beings
For worshipping God

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