At the very heart of Christianity is the relationship between humanity and The Divine. This relationship manifests itself on both the individual and collective level. But the inconvenient truth about the Church not living up to its calling remains. It still is a long way before the Christendom can finally return to how it ought to be. Only when the walls of religiosity is torn down will humanity be able to see The Divine as who He really is. Only then will human flourishing really reach its peak.
Many has tried to achieve global unity and failed. Maybe they’ve been looking at the wrong places. It’s time we rediscover our roots and return to what had been hidden within us since the days of Babel — the Spirit of Unity; the Spirit of Humanity.
Being human isn’t about fulfilling the tasks given to us on hand. Being human isn’t about maintaining good interpersonal relationships or achieving great successes. Being human is to enjoy our Maker’s happiness the way He intended for us.
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