These days we all live in two very different worlds, which are more or less separated from each other. The one thrusts itself upon us; the other is less obvious but no less real. We always have to make an effort to recognize that other reality.
A noisy world of power, money, and violence, in which the lie reigns, drowns out the soft forces of truth and love, so that it seems as if the lie has not only the loudest word, but also the last word. The noisier the world around us is, the more silent is that other, hidden world. But these two exist side by side, each with its own reality.
And we—each of us has the choice of the world we want to live in. Here applies the rule: Like recognizes like. The force of attraction of what belongs together enables each one of us to create our own reality, even though we are citizens of two worlds. Thus there is not only a declining, but also a rising world. The New Jerusalem is no fata morgana, no dot on the horizon, but a reality that becomes recognizable for everyone who seeks the truth and generates love.
Before the countenance of God that is the only reality that has a justified existence. An old proverb says: Not noise, but love penetrates to God’s ear.[*] Because just like for human beings, for God it is also true that like recognizes like. For those who seek truth and love with all their heart, He lets Himself be found.
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