Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:49

(continued from last post)
We don’t have to hit anyone on the head to convince him or to convert him. We have to make the effort to discover it for ourcells (ourselves) and to experience it. It’s the experience for each one of us that is open to us and though “heaven and earth may pass away, not one jot and tittle of my word will pass away.” And jot is a full stop and a tittle is a comma, not even that will interfere with the fact that man will come down from this creative process, be involved, and will have to fight his way out to get back home. So if you want to use a model of the process, think of the prodigal son. The prodigal son is the Soul going forth from the father’s home, getting involved, squandering its sustenance, that is the use of its free will, entrapped, and suddenly coming to his senses decides to return and emerge, but here’s an interesting thing, on the return home to his father, on the process of emerging, it is said that the father did something when he saw his son coming, can anyone remember that, what did the father do? Audience: “He killed the fatted calf.” Adano: No, before he did that the father met him halfway. That is an important thing to remember in your emergence.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:49)