The fact that God wanted us to call Him Father means that He wants us to see ourselves as His children. So to live a spiritual childhood is to live in the relationship with Him as a child to a father. This means dependency on Him as our Provider, Protector, Guide, Teacher, in short, the One who gives us every good thing we need in our lives both spiritually and materially. Our God, but also our most intimate friend and companion who knows us better than anyone and loves us more than anyone and can do everything because He is all powerful as well as all loving. Therefore we can be a child with Him and that means to be childlike in our lives with all the virtues of a child simplicity, innocence, honesty, trust, faith, purity, etc. This also means to be free to “be.” He has made us co-heirs to the Kingdom and that means we do not have to make ourselves worthy by trying to win His approval with works of service. Works are a fruit of our love and gratitude for what He has done for us. A child has no need to win over his/her father because a good father loves his child simply because he is his child. Children naturally live in this freedom and God brings his saints back to this mystically through union with Him and holiness. The knowledge of evil and sin (either personal or exposure around us) is what takes us out of this as we grow up and we then need healing and purification to regain our sense of our own innocence. The formation that these Seeing books give do just that if we are open to it as He teaches us to only eat of the fruit of the tree of life and not knowledge of evil. The culture of this world often draws us to the wrong tree but Our Father wants better for us and gives us the way to seek only what is good for us. It is the way to peace in our souls and it is through this union and peace that we help to transform the world for the Kingdom comes from within. The era of peace is the fulfillment of the interior peace of each of His children united to Him in being transformers. Father of all Mankind, Thy Kingdom come.