Gnosticism | On Love, by Samael Aun Weor

Love is as pure as the morning star. Love is universal. Love is impersonal, ineffable, and impartial. You must be charitable. We sin against Christian charity when we criticize the religions of others. Cultivate respect and veneration.
Respect your neighbors beliefs. Respect the religion of your neighbor. Do not force anyone to think your way. Do not criticize. Remember that each head is a world. Do not sin anymore against the charity of Christ.
Humanity is divided and subdivided into groups. Each group requires a special system of teaching. Each group needs it school, it’s religion, it’s sect. These are the commandments of the blessed one.
When we criticize others we violate the law of the tranquil heart.
If you are willing to give the last drop of blood for the love of this suffering humanity, then you are one of us.
Whosoever wants to reach the altar of initiation must transform the self into the immolated lamb (Christ) upon the altar of supreme sacrifice.
It is necessary to love those who hate us, to kiss the beloved hand of the one who whips us, to clean the sandals of the one who humiliates us (Humility).
If a poor beggar invites you to eat at his table, eat with him, because that poor beggar is our brother.
Always be the last; do not aspire to be first. Seat yourself on the last seats; never occupy the first place (put others before ourselves). Remember that you are nothing but a poor sinner. Do not be proud of perfection because only your Father who is in secret is perfect.
Do not hold resentments against your neighbor. Remember that your neighbor is not perfect either. Act not with resentment or revenge. Love, forgive, and kiss the hand of the executioner who whips you (Forgiveness, compassion, humility).
– Samael Aun Weor

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