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April 4, 2017

Life’s Journey From The Beginning to The End

by James R. Yarbrough

There are some who say, nothing ever changes, the way it is. It is the way it has always been. I say nothing is the way that it has always been. Not a thing that was made to change has remained the same. One thing that does not change is the roles that are assigned by nature and are the natural order of life. The male and the female were given their roles for life by the Creator. He handed his greatest gift of life to us with trust. If we even think about going against the will of God, life will be no more. This is so no matter what God is to you if anything at all. Where we are in the order of life can change, if change is what we want. The changes may be so small that it seems that there are no changes at all, but when milestones have been reached, you will know. We do not change life. Life is as it is and will be.

In the Beginning

 

Creation gave birth to the existence of reality, as we know it, and is the breath of life for all living things. It is from there that we have evolved. Parents are now the creators and they give us our lives to live. An offspring does not evolve to the world. He or she is conceived and born. The parents then prepare—or not—the way for their child. Then it is for the child to grow and mature to be the person he or she is meant to be. We are how we survive.

A line has been drawn and sides have been taken on the matter of Evolution vs. Creation. The beliefs for those who have not walked into the “Light” are strong for both arguments. On one side, we have those who believe in Creation and the other, are those who believe in Evolution. Each is steadfast in their beliefs. Well, I subscribe to both with an emphasis on Creation.

CREAVOLUTION

 

Creavolution is what gives life, and all things, its shape—from when it begins to the time that it exists no more. We are all created by Creavolution. This is through the Creator of all life and all things. It is how life flows. First, there was The Creation. Then all things evolved. Creation and Evolution are the two forces that are one with all life all the time. It is the new, which was created, and all things that evolved from it. We evolve when our needs are met.

The purpose of life is to procreate, grow and go forward to be who we are destined to be. It is only life that keeps life going. When there is no more life to live, there is no more. We are rewarded by having a life to live beyond the creation of life and we have free will to do so.  Whatever we do; though, should be in the support of life and the well-being of those who live and promote it.

We were Created to Evolve to Create. And Creavolution is how it is done. All things must first be, to grow and become. Growth starts when life begins and We are all created from it. This is through the Creator of all life and all things. It is how life flows. First, there was creation. Then all things evolved.

We evolve when our needs are met. And all that we need was here before us, as it is for all creatures. Though we have to be taught how to survive, that is not born with us. Many are not taught well. So; therefore, they have to do their best to make the best of what they do have. They have to survive until they know better. A place must be prepared for those conceived and created lives just as the Creator did for the beginning of life. Nurturing and caring have to be a part of that plan. The needs of life must be there for lives to grow. (I will prepare a place for you.)

To have evolved when not a thing came first, will not answer the question of life. Evolve is what we do once we are here. It is not the answer. The answer is in the act of Creavolution. And it speaks for the Creator. You have to believe it to see it. When you see it, you will know. These are the things that I believe. It is about life; it is about Creavolution™. This means we were created to evolve.

Creation and Evolution say it all, they are the combination that is life. You cannot have one without the other.

 

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