Women had set themselves up in restoration to be wives, women of character, and women of virtue, but had they understood, too, that they were to be the very seat of God? When we think about fostering peace, don't we have to understand how God might sit within us? So what is God's plan? God's plan is to restore peace. Then, if the plan is to be implemented, mustn't God re-engage with women, where any woman can capture her own essence, in being God and in living with God, and setting herself down to be the very seat of God? My fostering of peace mustn't be in a solely masculine way, but it must capture the love of God, inherent in woman, living within her, and managed in relationship to God, via her very being, her own heart, her absolute value, and with the profound understanding of her own being, not as add-on to man, but as a complete being, one with God, sitting within her. If this is so, then, no matter how happy she and God might be, wouldn't she, too, seek and need man? With the tree of goodness, we will build peace.
Let us plan to give the reality that we see for ourselves into the future, the pertinent heart we have historically felt, the valued goodness we have sought and the time-honored understanding that the soul is a gift from God, but, too, it is the place for God to dwell, not only from on high, but also with which to sit within any one person. Let God's femininity find valued ground in the soul of woman, and deeper rivers of heart and love in her being, inner, outer, and even in the most basic points of posture, her bottom, set not only for love, but for God to be with her. Let us believe in true love, but let us value the placing of God into our being, into ourselves and in our inner soul, in our outer expression of self, and in the noted understanding of our soul. Let us come to live not just as happy spirit people or persons of spirit and flesh, but let us live with God and let God live within us, feminine and masculine.