Why I am come out of the valuation of International Women’s Day or other outward political and religious ceremonies and holidays.

Why I am come out of the valuation of International Women’s Day or other outward ceremonies and holidays.


I am come out of the valuation of outwardly contrived political and religious ceremonies through the appearance of the inshining spirit of Christ upon my conscience and consciousness. Through this inshining experience of immanent presence of Christ, it is discovered to me a conscience and consciousness that is informed solely through participation in and identity with the ever inshining presence of Christ. In this direct and immediate participation in and identification with immanent Presence itself in itself, outward political and religious forms, contrivance and ceremonies, no longer serve the purpose of informing an guiding my relationships and interactions with people. Immanence itself in itself is become the function and process that informs and guides human interaction and relations. I am is come out of a way of being wherein human relationships and interactions are guided and informed through the process of identification with and participation in outward political and relations reflections and similitudes.


Through the inshining experience of immanent Presence itself in itself upon my conscience and consciences, I am come out of the world (way of being) wherein meaning, purpose, and identity, are established through participation in and identification with outward political and religious holidays, ceremony, ideologies, and institutions and I am come into a different way established in the direct experience of the Life itself which is sufficient in itself to guide, nurture, and inform human interactions and relationships.

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