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"THE PARADOXICAL KEY" ::: © Tad "JTK.CA" NudistPoet

"THE PARADOXICAL KEY" ::: © Tad "JTK.CA" NudistPoet

Before his crucifixion, Jesus prayed, "Father, if thou be willing, remove this cup from me . . ." (Luke 22:42 -- KJV) followed by, ". . . nevertheless not my will, but thine, be done." Our Saviour wanted something he couldn't have, and that was not a sin, because it was tempered with acceptance of what he did have. It just hit me that this is a lesson for all of us. Without wanting things, there can be no hope for the future; but being content with the way things are (even though we want something else) -- this is the paradoxical key to contentment, without which, the door will never unlock.

Tad's Note:

Somehow, this was inspired while waiting for my laundry load to dry. Now, it's time to unload the machine.

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