Our Little Suitcase

In or teaching, we our told that our bodies are borrowed from God, while our minds are ours to use as we please. This means that God does not interfere, or take away our dust or evil thoughts. These thoughts or dusts are regret (oshii), hoshii (covetousness), self-love (kawaii), greed (yoku), and koman (arrogance). God tells us we need to remove these dusts from our minds. God may help us by weeding (shuri), but overall it is up to ourselves. So from the perspective of reincarnation, if we do not remove these dusts, we take these dusts into our next incarnation or life. We also take our fates that were created by acting on these thoughts into the next life. Some may wonder what is the receptacle in our bodies that carry our fates and dusts into our next life or incarnation. I believe this is the heart or mune which God tells us we do not understand in the first verse of the Ofudesaki and Yorozuyo. See figure 1. The heart in each of us is like a little suitcase that carries our fate/dusts into the next life when our physical body stop. Because of the heart or mune, we live for eternity. But how do we remove these dusts or evil thoughts from our minds, and how do we eliminate negative fate? God tells us we must understand the heart!

About heaventruth

A fundamentalist in the translation and interpretation of the Book of Prophecy (Ofudesaki), as it relates to the world today and in the future.
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