One minute we’re in the garden, the next, we’re naked, shamed, wandering and wondering what our purpose is. We believed a lie, fell from our wakefulness; our glory that was tucked within Him. The shining allure of apple and the bright lie of glorious self. The creation pretended to be Creator and the fallacy began. Us, our own god. He, just a God. The One who breathed eternity into our very lungs. The One who woke us from sleep and made man and woman united through bone and breath and called us his own. The One, became one of many.
We stole the magic from the moment. Stripped the Tree of Life bare by wanting more in an Eden that was overflowing with the everything. Eternity was crafted into those moments. Time stood still. Everything was in its place and lacked nothing. Monkey’s climbed, turtles hid. Sun and moon spinning brilliantly in sync, gifting day and night. Man. Woman. The only creatures with the gift of imagination, yet never knowing when to stop pretending. It was better when we knew we weren’t gods. When we trusted the hand that formed us from dust. When we communed with the heart of the one who made an eternity inside of us. Our own constellations spinning wildly within.
From Adam to atheist, the fallacy breeds on. God’s light is still in and around all of us, even if we don’t see the luminescence before our burdened eyes. He’s bringing back His magic. Where the moments aren’t linear and our hearts can believe the extraordinary without the weight of foolishness binding our minds. It was in a moment that the Earth became round. In an instant everything had changed, yet nothing really did. The truth had always been there. Waiting to be found. The fallacy was understood, everything we once knew became new. Magic burned the weight of lies and light burst forth in our comprehension, past our limitations, and we were able to pioneer through the recesses of all things yet unimagined. It was one realization that literally changed the world. One revelation to break us from deception, bringing us back, tending our heart’s garden and redeeming home.