1 thought on “Ending shame”

  1. The comments in the above Facebook Post were –
    Fiona Paterson commented :
    Nathan Curry replied :
    Fiona Paterson you have never been more wrong in your entire life. Love does not say sorry. But the ego most certainly and absolutely and definitely should. There is no love revealed otherwise.
    Fiona Paterson commented :
    Sorry is a simple reflection that you acknowledge the others’ emotions in all ways and means.
    Nathan Curry commented :
    No. Sorry means from the Ancient Greek:
    mid 16th century (denoting a formal defense against an accusation): from French apologie, or via late Latin from Greek apologia ‘a speech in one’s own defense’, from apo ‘away’ + -logia (see -logy).
    Where there is defensiveness and attack there is need for apology.
    Where there is duality and non duality there is evasion of the triune nature of nature.
    Where there is denial of ones natural nature there is no love.
    Love means to be aligned. Fear attacks and defends and is shameful. You shame shame out with the engined intelligence of love.

    Nathan Curry commented :
    Wake up you utter utter utter muppet!!!!

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