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The Fall from Heaven’s Beauty


The ‘fall’ happened when I left the beauty of Heaven (in holiness & purity) to embrace the perishing beauty on earth (in lust & immorality) even with harlots (escorts).

It’s so true as Clement of Alexandria​ echoes this ‘ancient advice’ which rings through the centuries as written below:

Heaven delights in two charioteers, by whom alone the chariot of fire is guided. For the mind is carried away by desire; and the unsullied principle of reason, when not instructed by the Word, slides down into licentiousness, and gets a fall as the due reward of its transgression. An example of this are the angels, who renounced the beauty of God for a beauty which fades, and so fell from heaven to earth.” – Clement of Alexandria, The Teacher

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