Analogous Statements

Recognizing where a statement can be generalized to include a broadened set of aspects (rather than the given specific) is a way to increase the meaning density of a given statement.

Example 1:

Original Statement: There is one Life and that I share with God.

There is one Love and that I share with God.

There is one Will and that I share with God.

There is one Peace and that I share with God.

There is one Joy and that I share with God.

There is one Life and that I share with All.


Example 2:

Original Statement:

Pretending not to be in contact with the Mind of God is pretending to be impoverished.
God Mind is more abundant than even the English word “abundant” can imply. No linguistic symbol can convey the depth of the abundance of God.
What makes God Mind “abundant” is what makes linguistic symbols manifestly apparent.

Examples:

To pretend not to be in contact with Mind is to pretend to be vulnerable.
Mind is more invulnerable than even the English word “invulnerable” can imply. No linguistic symbol can convey the scale of the invinvibility of Mind.
Mind’s invulnerability is how linguistics can be understood at all.

You pretending not to be in contact with Christ Mind is you pretending to be not-free.
Christ Mind is more free than even the English word “freedom” can imply. No linguistic symbol can convey the freedom of Christ.
What makes Christ Mind “free” is what makes all things – all things real and seemingly real.

To pretend not to be in contact with Higher Self is to pretend to be untalented.
Higher Self is more talented than even the English word “talented” can imply. No linguistic symbol can convey the products of the talents of Higher Self.
Self’s talents are Creation itself.

Pretending not to be in contact with the Holy Spirit is pretending to be unenlightened.
The Holy Spirit is more enlightened than even the English word “enlightened” can imply. No linguistic symbol can convey the enormity and clarity of the understandings of the Holy Spirit.
The Holy Spirit’s “enlightenment” is all knowing.

- alex brady