Week 3 – This whole creation thing. What is it?

But first:old-dictionary_15

Middle English recreacion, from Anglo-French, from Latin recreation-, recreatio restoration to health, from recreare to create anew, restore, refresh, from re- + creare to create

First Known Use: 15th century

1:  to bring into existence <God created the heaven and the earth — Genesis 1:1(Authorized Version)>

2a :  to invest with a new form, office, or rank <was created a lieutenant>

b :  to produce or bring about by a course of action or behavior <her arrival created a terrible fuss> <create new jobs>

3:  cause, occasion <famine creates high food prices>

4a :  to produce through imaginative skill <create a painting>

b :  design <creates dresses>

intransitive verb :  to make or bring into existence something new

Create > Re-create> Recreation

We are learning through the Master Key Experience that our thoughts when combined with emotion (intense feelings) bring about unwavering belief (faith).

These propel us into actions that CREATE the results we intend.

While reading all the various definitions of these two related words I began to ponder the scope of what they mean and the infinite potential of what each of us possesses.

Most of us mortals may think that we must acquire some special skill to be creators. Yet, since we are created in His image, as the Old testament tells us, or are part of the Universal Source as the Master Keys from Haanel and many other writers of “ New Thought”, explain, we create our reality constantly.moondancer

The world without is created by the world within.

My simple question is more of a conundrum. If create means to cause something into existence can we cause it into existence…again?  Is re-creation an oxymoron?

 

Looking at the very first entry create means “to bring into existence.” I can understand this meaning clearly.

But looking further down

“to produce or bring about by a course of action or behavior”

It gets better ;

“to produce through imaginative skill”

And my favourite (drum roll, please)

“to make or bring into existence something new”

We create every moment into existence; every minute, every hour, every day, every lifetime.

To paraphrase John C. Maxwell, “Make each moment a masterpiece”time

That is your life!

Now…on to the next moment!

Are we on to something with this Master Key Experience?

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