Thursday, August 17, 2006

Tao of Yeshua: Chapter 11

The thirty spokes that join a cylinder make it a hub, but using the cart relies on the hub’s empty interior.
The clay is molded into a vessel, but using the vessel relies on its empty interior.
Cutting doors and windows makes a room a house, but using the house relies on the its interior.
While what is outside gives definition, an empty interior makes things useful.

To be useful to God we do not need to abandon our individuality,
but we do need to empty ourselves so we may be filled with the divine.