Saviors Sell Because They Were Ready To Share

“It is easier for a camel to go through the thread of a needle than it is for a rich man to enter into the Kingdom.”

Most of you know how I feel about Malkhut- or the Kingdom. It’s a state of consciousness that involves the realization of how we perceive the world around us in relation to our experience. It’s a bit difficult to frame in a sentence but that’s okay.

Saying 22 of the Gospel of Thomas offers a bit of insight into this:

Jesus said to them, “When you make the two into one, and when you make the inner like the outer and the outer like the inner…”

-Logia 22

I’d get into merkhabah and deep explanations of Yeshuas halakhah but it’s not really relevant here. The only valuable takeaway I wish to leave you is this: we can realize Heaven on Earth by changing the way we feel about the world because it changes the way we act in the world.

After spending a couple of months breathing in Aramaic phrases and chanting them on the exhale we reach a point where we can feel them vibrating inside of us and outside of us. They become a part of us. We start to internalize the beauty of Yeshuas wisdom. His words become one within us.

Like, I’m about to butcher the spelling of this but rock with me all the same:


“I AM the bread of life.” Any time you see “I AM” in relation to Jesus’ words just know it goes back to His Hebrew name Yehoshua-YHWH Is Salvation. He’d say “Ina Ina,” which is like “I, I” directly but implies the Great I Am and the little I of being are speaking in unison. Yeshua lived his life in Union with the Creator. It’s a bit difficult to wrap your head around but that’s what mysticism is- stepping into relationship with divinity!

“Inana” has that feminine twist that alludes to the first formed emanation of Godhead being feminine. It’s the Woman Wisdom of Proverbs. Somewhere in the mix of the Babylonian exile Israelites picked up bits of a much older wisdom tradition along with the Aramaic language. That’s where the imagery of a matriarch that feeds us all really moved beyond the bridal mysticism of Solomon into the more fluid way of life we find in the Gospels.

Yeshua never attempted to describe God to humanity. He spoke from a place of interconnectedness that reflected the our potential n the only way we would understand. By that I mean it wasn’t just words. He embodied divine wisdom and lived the way he taught.

To say “I AM the bread of life,” was a radical statement. We lose some of it without understanding the political background of the day but we can put it into context relatively quick too. All human beings are provided with all the nutrients their body needs from the very ground we walk on. We’re all under the same sun living in the same Union. Adonai gives life in equal measures to one and all. “I AM: the bread of life!” Rich or poor alike come into being from the same cosmic source.

“You are not able to serve God and mammon.”

-Matthew 6:24

That’s an interesting word, mámnún. It means wealth or worldly goods. We could take our conclusion as to why it’s being used here to an extreme and say that the rich are unable to serve God because they’re too focused on material comfort. Of course, doing that implies the same to be true of the hermit who shuts out the world seeking Yeshuas Kingdom within.

Except Malkhut isn’t merely within you. It’s outside of you as well. “When you make the two into one, and when you make the inner like the outer…” hmmm!

So it’s not about extremes. To follow a rigid asceticism is to create a new orthodoxy without all the dogma. We’d just tell people to internalize the wisdom understanding how they take it inwards is completely subjective. Great. “Faith without works is dead.”


The over abundance of wealth isn’t just a reflection of having too much. Most entrepreneurs understand money buys options more than anything else. They’re driven people chasing the bag right. They see themselves as people with an above average work ethic because they’re willing to do what 99% of the population won’t. They go sun up to sun down hustling hard to accumulate wealth. They blame the poor for their economic status because “poor people aren’t willing to put in the work!”

Valid. Except for one thing. We are all interconnected and anything I do to you is also being done to me. We have one seed of consciousness. One source.

“I AM the bread of life.”

We could truly achieve homeostasis by simply coming together and valuing everyone equally. Not just the driven. Not just the dedicated. Not just the humble. Not just the strong. Everyone.

One body.

One mind.


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