Existence truly consists of two major parts or of two principal parts which make contention or which contend where those two parts are united. And in that point of union or of unity there is found a minor or a lesser part which finds herself making contention or which contends with herself because she is truly composed of the two major or two principal parts.
Now then, one of the major or principal parts is what is physical or is solid, such as matter or the light. And the natural instincts of the light besides illuminating or to shine is truly to expand the fastest way possible through all parts as free light or as light without contention.
But the other major or principal part is emptiness or space and although that part is empty or is space, that part also makes contention or contends to remain empty or to remain as space or even to remain as vanity or as nothing. And every time that the physical or the solid or even the very light enters into emptiness or into space, emptiness or space makes contention or contends to overcome or to compress the physical or the solid or even the very light into nothing or into vanity or even into emptiness or into darkness. But light does not allow to be overcome or does not allow to be humbled no matter how enormous the compression of space, of emptiness or even of darkness because light truly is granting the grandiose request of God to dress or to illuminate God as Creator and she becoming also for much more for her truly becoming or overcoming for savior.
And just as the light and space make contention or contend one with the other, thus that way also are truly with the living beings and the conscious beings. But the conscious beings also make contention or contend against themselves not only for space but also make contention or contend for matter or for the light or even for knowledge because they believe that the more space or that the more matter they have thus the more they can overcome. But the truth is that the more is at hand, thus the more one must have to be able to keep what one has! That is, to be able to have more thus one must have it all! But that concept of having more truly makes contention or is to contend with oneself and he that makes contention or that contends or that even fights against him very self thus only comes into vanity, which truly is emptiness and darkness!
Now then, without contention or without contending or without struggle there is only nothing and nothing more! And the living being only overcomes through contention or through struggle before being born because the living being knows through natural instincts that if he does not contend or if he does not struggles or does not make the movement to come to receive the true knowledge of life, thus the living being dies and thus becomes for nothing. And once the living being is born after taking the form through the true knowledge which he received, thus now his only contentions are for survival and to multiply!
But from those living beings which were born there are also found conscious beings whose contentions or whose natural instincts not only are to survive but also to expand but because of the expansion they make contention or contend among themselves and that way they create chaos or create vanity. The grand problem is that they believe that their expansion is physical and do not know or do not understand that their expansion truly is mental…
But the only thing which truly can give expansion, space or even true life to the mind or to the conscious being is true knowledge. And just as true knowledge truly was sought in the womb of a female to find it and to overcome through that knowledge and through that knowledge take the form of the being which one was going to be born in, thus one truly has to make contention or contend with oneself to truly be able to achieve true knowledge to be able to take a new form or reform or be reborn in life and feel in a completely new abundance because the new abundance will truly be with that new form or reform or with that rebirth of life which truly brought that true knowledge.