Tag Archives: God
Interpretation: God’s intention was to have us attain the same mind as God. This is a pure and spirited mind, that will bring upon only joy from our hearts.
Interpretation: God describing the condition of the world before the beginning of human beings I believe through evolution, it has taken millions of years to attain the human body that we have today. But it is God that began this process … Continue reading
Interpretation: The Origin of human beings started by God taking a fish and a sea serpent as the first couple.
Interpretation: Izanagi and Izanami were the two sea creatures in the muddy oceans (fish and sea serpent) that were used by God to create human beings. We believe the Izanami had the soul of Oyasama.
If no one sees a crime occur, or claim they did not see a crime, did a crime occur? This is the thinking of the world. But in the path of the heart, if one commits a crime, even if … Continue reading
Interpretation: The Joyous Service is a prayer for the salvation of human beings, but it also represents the beginning or Origin of human beings. One of the members represent Oyasama, the original parent of human beings.
Interpretation: These teachings that were not known before, are about the heart and what God will do to save the world. The Joyous Service is the prayer that God has given us to save the world. This is the Service … Continue reading
Interpretation: God is talking about the path of the heart. God is preparing the early followers to perform the Joyous Service, which will help them share the truth of the heart with others, and will eventually save the world.
Interpretation: Everyone wants to know why human beings were created by God. The Ofudesaki gives us the story of creation of human beings, and why human beings were created. God is telling the early followers to look at other religions … Continue reading
Interpretation: I believe even today, there are some people that worship at more then one church or religion. People are always trying to understand the purpose of life and why we suffer or have joy.