Note (By a soul):
I have decided to share the following excerpt of a private email that I wrote to a blog follower who greatly benefited from these words. These words are based on heavenly messages that I have pondered through the years, along with insights gleaned from the Holy Spirit in prayer. I do not possess any formal degree in theology or philosophy, and I do not read advanced theology books, because honestly, I do not understand what many modern theologians are trying to say. Their lofty language is beyond my comprehension. Of the many doctors in the Catholic Church, I most identify with St Louis De Montfort and St Therese Lisieux because they are most grounded in the study of Holy Mary and write in simple language that appeals to me. Because honestly, I believe simple, plain, and direct language is the best to convey one’s thoughts about God. Oftentimes, I notice in academia that lofty language is used to make the writings look important and impressive to others, but no matter how many times I will attempt to read something, I will not understand the author’s main points. I say this as a person who worked with many faculty at an university. I am very much a simpleton. You either understand my commentaries or don’t. And I try not to get boggled down with citations, because what I am presenting is mostly inspired original thoughts. If others in the past have presented similar thoughts, that’s great but I don’t know them because I have never formally studied theology found in books. I admit all these things because people might question how I know the advanced theological thoughts that I put down in my commentaries. I am simply a pupil of the Holy Spirit who teaches me through time spent adoring Jesus in Holy Communion. I recommend that practice to everyone to advance in one’s spirituality. Much love, A soul.
Blessings dear beloved sister in Christ,
I want you to know that it brings great joy to me to know that my words are healing balm to your soul.
I know a lot of people that appreciate my commentaries, but often I get a lot of advanced theological thoughts that I cannot share in my writings, like for my blog. So, the Lord sent me a dear friend who lets me indulge my mental theological pursuits. I have told her that sometimes I wish that I could speak individually to every person in the world so they could realize how much God really loves them and how great God really is. But because I cannot realistically do that, God gave me my dear friend whom I can share my inner thoughts about this. I am grateful.
Many people wonder why God created them. You are not alone and I wondered this myself, too. In this email, I will tell you some of the conclusions that I have come to.
In the Catechism, it teaches that individually, we were created to know, love, and serve the Lord, and that collectively, mankind was created because God desired a human family. This is basic theology 101.
Now, I will give you my advanced theological thoughts on this.
Before Creation, the Lord desired to create a Woman to complement the Holy Trinity. A perfect Daughter, Spouse, and Mother. This Woman is the Holy Mother Mary. And she was to be the most perfect creature. Like God in all ways and all manners, so perfect that she could be mistaken for being divine, except she is truly a creature and inferior to God. This is because God is Eternal, while Mary would have an origin in time. As mighty as God is, it is logically impossible for God to create another “God” like Himself, because inherently that person would have an origin and by default be inferior as a created being.
But Mary is as close as being like God as God willed a creature to ever be, now and forever. She is Perfect in all grace of God. God did not hold back anything when creating the perfect Daughter, Spouse, and Mother. And because God does not create redundancies in the creatures that He makes — everyone being perfectly unique in design and mission — there will be no other creature created as perfectly full in grace like Mary. She is like God and a “super human” totally greater than all the rest of mankind combined, and a “super creature” even greater than all the angels.
This then begs the question, why did God create the rest of us “lazy slobs”? If God has the most perfect Creature in Mary who can perfectly fulfill the role of Daughter, Spouse, Mother for the Holy Trinity, what is the purpose in creating mankind and the angels? God could have stopped in just creating Mary, no? When you have something so perfect in one being, why create lesser, inferior creatures?
When you think about it, it certainly can create an identity crisis, as no one will ever live up to the perfection of Mary. Why inferior me?
The answer, my dear sister, lies in love. Love is the reason for all of Creation.
As perfect as Mary is to and for God, her love for God had to be tested, just like the rest of us are tested in our love for God. God desires creatures that truly and freely love Him, not slaves. And Mary was to be no different than the rest of us. She was to have free will and a chance to choose union with God or not.
My dear sister, all of Creation came into being to serve the first purpose of providing the opportunity for the Blessed Virgin Mary to be freely tested in her great love of God. All of mankind has been created not only for the Divine Son but also to know, love, and serve the Daughter, Spouse, and Mother of the Holy Trinity.
Truly, the creation of the rest of mankind and the angels has been necessary for the sanctification of holy Mary and the central role that she has in the Divine Plan and as Queen of Heaven and earth. Her greatness in glory commanded the necessity of all of mankind and all the angels so her love could be fully demonstrated to God and reciprocated by Him. We exist because of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Moreover, each of us are a unique and precious gift from God to His Queen. Every human person and every angel carries within himself a chief uniqueness — an attribute of the character of God — that is irreplaceable and a singular good that no other being has in Creation. That is why it is a tragedy when 1/3 of the angels and when a human soul is lost. We are meant to be each a precious jewel showcasing in the crown and heart of the Queen who truly loves each of us as her children, mankind and the angels. Truly, when holy Mary looks at all of us, collectively, she witnesses the totality of the love of the Creator for her. So those lost brings deep sorrow to not only God but to Mary, who witnesses something of perfect beauty of God die, never to be replaced in the Divine Heart or the Divine Plan. Meanwhile, those who thrive by making it to Heaven, are roses of singular beauty given by the Divine Son to His Mother — gifts of love from His Heart to console and delight in for all eternity, as her beloved children.
So, dear sister, you ask me why you were created? You are a diamond in the rough being chiseled by sufferings and crosses to be a perfected jewel in the crown of Mary. You are a beautiful rose created for the delight of God and Mary. You are a precious offering — a unique gift of love — from God to His Queen.
Never think that you are insignificant or unimportant. You mean everything to God because by your very creation, you gave God His perfect Daughter, Spouse, and Mother. And you mean everything to holy Mary, because by your very creation, you gave her, her sanctification in God. You are important, special, unique, and irreplaceable. Always treasure who you are. Heaven does.
God bless and