“And what is the kingdom of God? The kingdom of God is in nature like the leaven in the meal – in all and through all. It includes all nature, for God is the cause of nature; and when nature is perfectly natural, there is the kingdom of God in all its fullness.
If God be the Mind of nature, then there can be no more perfect expression of God than in the naturalness of nature. The kingdom of God includes all life, for God is the Life itself; and when life is lived in a perfectly natural way, there is the kingdom of God in all its fullness; for there can be no more perfect expression of God than the living of life in a natural way.
And this brings us to the question, how may life be lived in the natural way?
The living of life consists in continually advancing into more life.
Drop a seed in the center of a field; the life in the seed at once becomes active; it ceases to merely exist, and begins to live. Soon it produces a plant, and a seed head, in which there are thirty, sixty or a hundred seeds, each containing as much life as the first seed contained. These fall into the ground, and in their turn begin to live; and in time there are a million seeds in the field, each containing as much life as the first seed contained.
The life of the first seed, by the mere act of living, has increased a million fold.
The living of life consists in continuously increasing life; there is no other way to
Wallace D. Wattles