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Novembre 17, 2018 (202US)
None of religion, but Life 

The legalistic society of ours hates the uncategorizable. It imperiously puts us Arès Pilgrims on the religion register, because it puts there any society prone to consider painful mortal life as passing, which claims that man belongs to immortal Life, to which he will go or return, and the members of which escape the immediate world's prospects through thought and prayer.

What sort of register could you put Noah and Abraham's faith in? None. They did not abide by any system organized with dogmas and rules. God spoke to them and they lived in accordance with Him. So are we living with The Revelation of Arès.
Why has Spinoza been put in the atheist register instead? He was not an atheist ; he was an uncategorizable one. Also uncategorizable are the human beings, who are many more than we think they are and speechless with a scare or fear of the judgment of others, but privately free (Rev of Arès 10/10) just as we are and thereby claim, just as the Maker claims, that man has been created to enjoy Life with no power or law over him.
The passage to absolute spiritual freedom, that Jesus used to preach and The Revelation of Arès preaches, will stay unachieved as long as penitent men sufficient in number fail to recover Life (Rev of Arès 24/5), full autonomy on the basis of love, but not of law, in unanimous generosity in soul : the polone (xxxix/12-13). The class of men, that will be their old selves again like the nimble colt free from... all those who benefit from breaking it in and hitching it up (10/10), is that who will counterbalance the big weight of the impenitent (13/4, 27/7). The necessary counterbalance is called penitence in The Revelation of Arès; it is made of love, forgiveness, peace, intelligence free from all prejudices. All in all, the counterbalance is the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew ch.5 to 7) once it is achieved (35/6).

L'homme et l'infini

Man and the Infinite Love he is issued by. That's all.

A religion (cult, denomination and so on), whatever, has specificities, which The Revelation of Arès and the Arès Pilgrims have not. Not only The Revelation of Arès, which could be called The Breath sent back in Arès, and its prophet do not found any religion, but also they set man free from religion, just as Bouddah, Jesus and other witnesses to the Breath have set men free from religion continuously. We have to recover free  (Rev of Arès 10/10) absolute Life (24/5).

We have faith, but we do not have religion. We freely love pious actions : faith, penitence, apostolate, prayer ; none of them is compulsory.
We as mirrors of the Father's Love love.
To be straining after Life is our only logical action to be.
To be! It is not what man believes in, but what man does which saves man from the darkness into which man has forever plunged.
Religions are systems, which have robbed faith of its prime movers, in order to  concoct their dogmata, law, rules, cultures, and make people fear them. They are the opposite of absolute freedom (Rev of Arès 10/10) mirrored in man by the Sanctity, the Power and the Light (12/4), which are sublimely free, as they belong to God who created man as his Image and Likeness, free beings (Genesis 1/26-27). Each religion promises its faithful Mercy, but Mercy anyhow is shown by God even to unbelievers. What's more, religion never changes man, because only man can change himself (30/11). Now, this is the real problem: Truth is that the world has to change (28/7).

It is likely that religion, whether a Jewish, or Christian, or Muslim one or some other one, which all are expert in reinterpretation, will set up on The Revelation of Arès, but it is precisely why the Father asks me to gather together against the religious crucher a unbreakable nucleus of pure Arès Pilgrims, the small remnant (Rev of Arès 24/1). The small remnant is the spearhead of penitence, which will remove religion and its dogmata supposed to give salvation by the very fact of believing in them and abiding by its rules. The small remnant will teach that there is no kinship to the Father but conscience when it recovers its image and likeness with Him through penitence. Only love revives Life deep down in the loving and in the loved, Life that no language, whatever, can explain.

Here is my reply to Brother Alain Le B. in the #201 comments page of my blog. It written in one go tells with other words that we are not the heralds of religion, but the heralds of Life :

Nothing is compulsory in our typical spiritual customs; nothing but requirement of conscience. So the Pilgrimage is not obligatory. The Father tells me, Call on the brothers and brothers, 'Come and take the Fire!' (Rev of Arès xLi/7), but He does not add, "And those who will not come are to be punished." He says only, Call on! The brother comes or does not come ; the brother is not obliged. It is just a requirement of his conscience and he is saved if he quite simply is a man of Good, a penitent, which is not legal either, but just reasonable.
What means being reasonable? Just this: If I'm hungry, I eat, or if I don't eat I end up dying of hunger. That's all. This is why you are the first servant of our Pilgrimage, on which nobody is obliged to go, and which derives from The Revelation of Arès's logic, which we follow consciously. This is why I am keen on making my own pilgrimage, being in Arès day after day from June 21 to August 15. I might as well not making it.
To me following The Revelation of Arès's reasoning makes sense. To you too, obviously. so that I am happy to see you as the first servant of the Pilgrimage year after year and I think, "Alain could be away from Arès. I could be away from Arès. We wouldn't be lost sheep for all that. My conscience is a God, which acts the way it wants to like God does; his conscience is also a God, Who acts the way He wants to. Our participations to Arès's Pilgrimage are gratuitous. If we would not be there to take the Fire, we would be saved as well, since we are penitent, and the Salvation would be gratuitous.
Each human is a God if he or she is a being of Good like God, which is all that logically results from the Word of Arès. This is why we do not know how each human's conscience is, just a we do not know where God is. He is the Whole of Good and He is everywhere ; the conscience is the whole of good and it is everywhere. So that we are by no means a religion, obviously.
Faith is a hard task of Good, which conscience imposes upon each man or woman. This is the reason why no complete depiction of Good is ever found in the Word. The Sermon on the Mount describes a few actions of Good, but any reader feels well just as he feels God that it could be ended by "ad libitum", that is,  in accordance with all possible wishes or with no limit, provided Good is the aim. Good cannot be a religion, because Good as considered by a given conscience generally looks like Good as considered by another conscience, but is never really the same. Is there any thermometer, barometer or manometer likely to measure love, forgiveness, peace? No. It is nevertheless true that love, forgiveness, peace can be found anywhere and God asks us to change the world (Rev of Arès 28/7) in order that people can find them everywhere. My conscience sees Good as a necessity, but, my brother, your conscience sees Good as a different necessity, even though these necessities are kin. Necessities are different between men. If they were not so, there would be no trace of faith; there would be only law.
Sabbath is a rest, which the Eternal fierily advises men to observe and our Jewish brother observe it from Friday night to Saturday night strictly, because it is the law to them. But why on Saturday ? Why not on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, etc? Why not once a month, once a year, according to the various ways time is indicated or measured on earth? We too observe the sabbath, but each of us according to his or her time. The Beauty (12/3) of the sabbath lies in the fact that it is free (10/10). Our Jewish brothers have a religion. We don't have any. We have Life.
The definition of Good requires the perpetual redefinition of Good, which is the very nature of God, but we never know where God is, so Good has myriad forms everywhere. A religion has definite forms. We instead have only Good with myriad forms like Life, nothing else.
Of course, we have to change the world really.

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