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True Prophet

28 Jan

Titian, 1542

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True 

 Prophet

JesusJohn the Baptist – .. .. and the mortals – Nostradamus, Plato, Kant and .. .. have all spoken about – one and same, yet variously named – Kingdom of God,  Garden of Eden, Age of Aquarius, Utopia, ..  ..!

Are we ready to move forward?

Do we need to wait for Shift of Planet – End of Civilization?

A Prophet is one – who instead of relishing  from the tree top; the climb over caused so many cuts and bruises to him; delights in throwing down the fruits at pausing passer-by from the rushing crowd.

All he looks for is a little taste less bread when hungry – for he de tastes the cleverness that goes with money earning.

He wanders about in nondescript attire unimpressed by the distinguished gold diggers and worshippers of wealth.

He is a Romeo with broken heart as his overtures of divine love are mostly un responded.

He constantly undergoes the agony of a dumb lamb baying amidst articulate, wise crowd of babbling humanity. His solace is with the mammals who linger over wherever they meet him.

He is one insane among all sane to learn that speaking about God needs far more herculean efforts than meeting the God.

Thank You!

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16 responses to “True Prophet

  1. Deli Lanoux, Ed.D.

    April 23, 2013 at 6:13 pm

    “He is one insane among all sane to learn that speaking about God needs far more herculean efforts than meeting the God.”

    Indeed! Hilarious, isn’t it? But it’s true.

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  2. Lisbeths HealingYoga

    April 15, 2013 at 10:47 am

    Thank you for following my blog! I started reading your blog and I was totally blown away by your perspective and quest for deeper understanding. I will surely follow this blog. Every entry demands a read and reread for me to fully understand the depth of these messages. I thank you for being a wise and at the same time questioning voice in these days when so many are searching for and building a new world in the image of a Higher Self and a belief in being a part of All that is. We need to free ourselves from the dogmas of “right” and “wrong”, search inside ourselves for our own innate truth and listen to those who see things from a totally different perspective. Thank you so much for lifting my eyes! Especially the image of a real prophet touched something deeply inside me.
    Namastè

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  3. Benjamin

    March 28, 2013 at 4:12 pm

    Hi, prophetbrahmarishi. Thanks for following my blog. I find especially admirable that you rely on several religions in your approach to spirituality; most people tend to accept only one. Keep up the good work.

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  4. gareeth

    March 20, 2013 at 9:32 am

    Torriel H. I have been trying to read where the requirement for someone to be a prophet is eternal life and I haven’t found it. While you may be upset at the use of prophet to describe figures you deem secular there is no clean division in reality. Many of the people holy books do in fact say are prophets only live eternally in that people can still name them. Perhaps that’s what you meant but since you specified a specific method (also not consistent with normal usuage of the word in generations long since passed) I am not understanding the basis of your certainty. I don’t think many actually know a prophet when they see one., That may in fact be far more definitional than eternal life. While I personally believe in a singular G-d there is no single truth about G-d. G-d is by definition impossible to define and so by extension if we use prophet in the sense of sent by that impossible to define source how can you be so absolute about what is meant? I say this not to make a case for any of them being prophets but trying to work out how you can be so certain. The Bible I am accustomed to reading has so many grammatical uncertainties in it that thousands of years later people are still enriched by it but the most enriched are the least certain.

    One’s relationship with G-d is a process and individual so your prophets may vary I suppose.

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  5. Don Hartness

    March 16, 2013 at 3:27 pm

    Sez me…

    A prophet is one who steadfastly points to God, never to humanity. Eyes up, not down.

    Thanks for reading. 🙂

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  6. Argus

    March 15, 2013 at 11:04 am

    You are there, and it’s obvious.

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  7. Torriel H.

    March 13, 2013 at 10:53 am

    that is NOT what the Bible describes as a prophet, dear. a prophet is one who is sent by God to proclaim the msg of salvation. Unless you’re proclaiming how to have eternal life, which is through the flesh and blood of God through the Passover, you are not a prophet.

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    • Dee

      March 16, 2013 at 2:09 am

      I love your thoughts. I believe the Bible also says that if someone (a prophet) claims to speak directly for God on a matter, every word they speak MUST also come to pass exactly as prophesied. If not, they are not a true prophet no matter how good or convincing their words may sound.

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      • Dee

        March 16, 2013 at 2:21 pm

        Prophet Brahmarishi, thank you for allowing me to comment on your writings. I see that you are a very devout man, and that you have much to say about the subject of spirituality and God. I wonder, what are your thoughts about what the Bible teaches in relation to these subjects?

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        • prophetbrahmarishi

          March 16, 2013 at 3:22 pm

          Old Testament, Tower of Babel, Mount Sinai, Noah’s Ark,and .. … contains all the secrets.Grace of God alone can give sight to blind. The same Bible then reveals the Codes through instant experience. But even before the experience, The Bible is invaluable – it contains everything a human being should follow to learn by repeated reading. And I feel arguments over academic historical fact finding studies of Bible are deviating – The Bible is the Truth, truth can be surely experienced by those who have determination and patiance and others will not loose anything, even by simply following with faith, and stamd to gain spiritual progress alongwith realtime benefits.

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          • Dee

            March 19, 2013 at 3:50 pm

            Yes, I agree with you wholeheartedly. The Bible is the Truth and is invaluable. God is available to all through the truths of the Bible, and He welcomes those who seek Him in Truth. Thank you for your reply.

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  8. sudebaker

    March 12, 2013 at 8:39 pm

    Interesting ideas. Thanks for the follow!

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  9. hannahmaryelliott

    December 24, 2012 at 11:27 pm

    What a Great Site You Have!!

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  10. The Other Side of Ugly

    December 22, 2012 at 3:14 am

    Speaking about anything spiritual does require great courage for while there are many in god we believers…there is also many which god is The God dividers. Nonetheless God is real, angels walk among us, so do demons. Life after death exists, I know, I have died once and lingered there for almost 3 minutes. To speak takes courage no doubt. But, to not speak when you know is a heavier burden to bare, because when you know, you also know you must share. Thank you for sharing.

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  11. syed taha

    June 28, 2012 at 6:31 am

    Outstanding blogging………..

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