A note to everyone who will come into this world as a human.
You will be born, limited. You will be limited by a mud envelope.
You will have urges to drink, urges to eat, urges to move, urges to speak, urges to listen, urges to work, urges to smell, urges to see, urges to taste, urges to be listened to.
When you move, it will be painful. It will seem like pushing through mud. When you hit anything massive, you will feel pain, a sharp confusion of your physical nerves overwhelmingly begging for attention. At times, you will cry.
You will have emotions, responses that subdue your physics to inconsistent conditions which may cause you to become ill in the end.
You will open your mouth to say what you want, yet something else will come out.
People will hear you, and yet pretend not to.
People will speak in your presence, and yet pretend that you’re not even there.
People will pretend to be your friend, while not knowing it means to be a friend.
You will seem to sustain life within you at the expense of filling up your lung with air and emptying it out. You will have to do that for all the days of your life.
You will become tired, sick, and eventually die, putting off the muddy envelope.
You will be born again, limited by the Holy Spirit. You will be enveloped with a spiritual body to never be at pain again, to never die again.
Life continues because of Jesus Christ.
As our Lord, Jesus, said “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me will live, even though he dies. And everyone who lives and believes in Me will never die. Do you believe this?” (John 11:25-26)