Too much rest, in truth, harms not only the one resting too much but also harms too much what was made, if it was that something was made. Because in truth, what was kept from being done or from being known, thus it returns to chaos or it loses its form. Even the dead lose their form because they cannot do in truth or they cannot really do. And what is done in truth or is truly done thus makes in truth a very good rest and a very good rest is that rest where one has become as new without even one resting even…
Stolen knowledge neither brings true gladness nor brings true joy, the ones that give in truth birth or rebirth. What in truth brings stolen knowledge is nakedness and is shame, so much nakedness and so much shame that in truth it cannot be seen what always was!
Because in truth, the knowledge that is granted to one in truth is the knowledge that dresses one but dresses one in truth for what one oneself has in truth done for that knowledge and that knowledge dresses one so that one can present one oneself with that very knowledge and because of that very knowledge thus one also will be known or acknowledged or reconfirmed for one oneself and not for some other or someone else.
Two hear better than one, but one can hear better than two when one is known or when one is given knowledge or acknowledgement. And two can begin to confuse what they heard when one of them repeats it!
Because in truth, no two individuals can hear exactly the same because no two individuals have exactly the very same knowledge or do not use knowledge the very same way! And so one in truth hears or one even sees according to the true knowledge one already has and if one is not certain of oneself, because of lack of confidence or knowledge, the less one hears or the less one sees no matter how good the hearing or the sight may be!
Thus, truly know yourself and truly know what you truly know so that you can truly hear and then truly see what was truly heard that now is truly seen!
One is God as God is one and God is in truth known through one. And even though God is in truth known through one, God is known through the very knowledge that one gives to God of one so that God can also acknowledge that very knowledge that one give God or to God one presented with. And so every acknowledgement from God to one is in truth given through what one already knows or through how one has presented to God. In other words, everything which God presents or grants to one is because one knows or already has that very knowledge of the thing presented or granted, even though one may not understand it the way God presented or God granted it because God speaks or God instructs or God responds with a double meaning or with a meaning filled with double abundance.
Separation creates lack but to know the lack in truth brings abundance, brings double the abundance! Now then, lack of true knowledge brings separation and the separation brings chaos, chaos because it is not known in truth the good motive for the separation! But a good knowledge in truth is a good praise because a good praise unites all the parts but unites them in truth as new parts and as if they never were separated…
God truly is more through one than God truly is more through all others, because truly one feels more and truly one knows more God through one than truly one knows God through all others.
The known tests or to know in truth the tests of one in life thus in truth takes one to a very great struggle or contention in truth to truly understand the good motive of the tests known. And when the tests are truly known by one, then the tests in truth will take their form and through their very form in truth the tests can be casted to a side, preferably a side where they cannot be seeing ever again!