Hey people, good to be here again! I’m just going to go straight to the questions for Merby, so here they are.
1. Are there really such things as aliens?
There are as many sentient species in the universe as there are galaxies. As soon as they are confident that they won’t simply be shot or dissected they have promised to drop by and say hello.
2. Why can’t we see you?
Man, I get so angry at this question sometimes. I could ask you the same thing…
The sun burns deep oil purple and gold into the evening sky, The hill cries out its richness in wild green grass All life large and small is analogous to all As a tree holds roots yet branches out So must people be firmly founded yet always searching As a river flows unceasing yet also cradles life So must people flow with nature, constantly exploring But always mindful to cradle and revere other life The infinity of stars can remind us of our place As the new-born shows us our own infinity And while the animals feed upon each other They never take without need Never take in anger And balance is always maintained So written into the world is unending beauty And every lesson required to live harmoniously You ask why I cannot be seen I ask why you cannot see me
3. What’s your thoughts on technology?
My thought’s on technology are the same as my thoughts on anything. No object on Earth is already good or already bad – it just is. All good and all evil is in the mind of man. That’s right, the mind, not the heart. The heart is a pure organ of knowing, it’s the mind which tells you lies about what is.
Technology has the capacity now to connect all of humanity, to end hunger and to end unnecessary pain. Yet it remains a toy for war-games real and simulated, a method of making the rich richer and spreading pornography. Those who get connected waste this miracle sharing empty status updates and self-promotion.
A rock is just a rock. It can be used to build a house, or to beat someone to death. It remains just a rock.
Technology is just technology – it is down to you to decide to use it for good, instead of restricting it to only working in the already existing paradigms of money, power and self-interest.
4. What’s your take on gun laws?
As above. A gun is just a gun. The debate about guns is a deliberate misdirection used to distract you from the real debate which is about how you want to live.
As long as you live to sustain a financial system, to sustain one groups power over another, to insist one set of beliefs on the masses, then you will have widespread mental illness and discontent. If not with guns, this illness will express with swords, rocks, poisons, car-bombs and so on.
Gun law may be a useful emblem for a countries determination for intransigence or change, but it is not the real issue.
5. Why did you make the human body so easy to damage?
In a world with dinosaurs, earthquakes, snow, deserts and sparse food you survived. You live in freezing temperatures and on barren landscapes, through disease, through war, you survive simply by taking things around you and putting them in your mouth or around your body.
After you survive for tens-of-thousands of years in every climate and situation, you ask why you’re so easy to damage?
If I made you of steel you could not move, of air then you could not build. You are the perfect balance.
I think the trouble is that you all still see yourselves as individuals. One day I hope you grow to realise that each human is only a cell in the great world-spanning organism that is humanity. Then you will realise both how ridiculous you have been for hurting each other, and thus your own body, and also how magnificent and indestructible you actually are.
Peace to you people – as if you knew what to do with it!
Wow – Jesus can be fierce too – who knew! Well, thanks to Merby for the questions. If any one else would like to ask Jesus something, do let me know. Until next time 😀