Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:22

(continued from last post)
The return and the return and the return, the coming back and the coming back, for what? If you’re coming back by unfulfilled desires and we are not free, is it not better to come back when all desires are completely resolved to help others to lift themselves up? So the choice in emergence is not reincarnation, the choice in emergence is resurrection, a transformation. An apple carries within itself the seeds of another apple. You plant the seeds and out come tomatoes. Interesting apple tree huh? Well no such deal, you must have the same pattern repeating itself. So reincarnation, or involvement again, is the repetition. Emergence is something else. Liberation is something else. We look at a caterpillar. It spins a cocoon but before it can do that it has to gorge itself while it’s in existence to satisfy its physical structure then it spins a cocoon. This is an interesting part. It deliberately knows how to die to its environment, like Paul, “I rebuke you in your rejoicing for I live and die daily in the Lord.” Therefore Paul is conscious of a method of bringing about suspension.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:22)