TWO KINDS OF POISONS

http://sanskritpearls.blogspot.com/2010/09/september-18th.html

This sound so much like 2 Christian Scriptures I believe is reflective of this interesting poem   (1)  As for the 2-fold aspect of poison, the noun and an object (e.g., things hankered after), I suggest the following Scripture pertain to this and I’ll share it:  (AMPLIFIED) 1 John 2:15-16:  Do not love the world or the things that are in the world.  If any one loves the world, love for the Father is not in him.  For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh [craving for sensual gratification, and the lust of the eye [greedy longings of the mind] and the pride of life [assurance in one’s own resources or in the stability of  earthly things] – these do not come from the Father but from the world [itself].

(2)  Proverbs 23:7, [As a man thinks in his heart so I he;] This I believe  alludes to, say, the object becoming the thing (thoughts manifest).   So that would be that poison that is not of the visible kind, but the invisible, which will eventually be revealed.    Thank you.

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About marymhm

I'm a 64-year-old mother of two daughters (my older daughter is deceased), four grandsons, and three great-granddaughters. I'm a born-again Christian Theosophist and don't apologize for being a Spiritual rather than a fanatically religious person, which I am not. There is a difference and it is very evident in some peoples' lives. I love walking, music, words, and dance. When I was a very young girl, I knew I was not of this world because I was told I wasn't, and the things I do today I was told I would do them. I work toward them every day. I will soon be a college graduate in Sociology, and if I live long enough I will finish my intended Master's program in Social Psychology, and after that, my doctorate in Divinity, which was the first impetus. But being divinely guided I must finish the preparatory assignments given me from on High. My philosophy? God is Love. Love is not all God does but that is all he is in essence. Amen.
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