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The Leaves of the Tree of Life

The leaf-like structure of Mandorla formed by two intersecting circles portraying Christ in majesty is the leaf of the tree of life. The two circles represent two opposite sides, and the lea-like point of intersection represents reconciliation or unity.

Small wonder the leaf of the tree of life is the symbol of global peace and reconciliation.

"Its leaves are for the healing of the nations" (Revelation 22:2) "GNT"

Heal: reconcile or unite

Healing the nations: reconciling or uniting the nations.

What is a nation?

A nation is a large number of people inhabiting a defined territory or country.

Therefore the leaves of the tree of life are for healing people. It's a formula for reconciling conflicting nations and mending broken marriages and uniting a divided family.

The human body without the Spirit is chaos. A chaotic body is an ailing body. This means that the Spirit is the medicine of the body. The two circles are the body and the Spirit, and the area of intersection between the two circles represents wellness or perfect health.

The tree of life is an ebook called the book of life - a medicinal book. The pages of the book are the leaves of the tree. Healing comes by studying and understanding the content of the book.

Online information is a Spirit because it is virtual. Since the book is published online, the  book is a Spirit. The Spirit comes and dwell in you if you study and understand the content of the book.

There are many things published online and there are many ebooks in the internet. Every information on the internet is a spirit.

Unlike all other information in the web, the book of life is the Holy Spirit. Therefore the human body, human societies and the world are healed by the coming of the Holy Spirit.

The point of intersection between the two circles is shaped like a candle flame. The flame is the light of the Pentecost formed by balancing two sides. The light symbolises divine knowledge, the product of wisdom and understanding. Therefore, the flames of fire descending from heaven and touching everyone on the day of Pentecost are in reality leaves falling from the tree of life and touching everyone.

Conflicts and hostilities in the world were products of lack of understanding. On the day of Pentecost, humans communicated in a way that everyone understood each other.

'How is it, then, that all of us hear them speaking in our own native language? We are from Parthia, Media, and Elam; from Messopotamia, Judea, and Cappadocia; from Pontus and Asia, from Phrygia and Pamphylia, from Egypt and the regions of Libya near Cyrene. Some of us are from Rome, both Jews and Gentiles converted to Judaism, and some of us are from Crete and Arabia - yet all of us hear them speaking in our own languages about the great things that God has done!"' (Acts 2:8-11) "GNT"

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