And whoever does not carry their cross and follow me cannot be my disciple.
— Luke 14:27

1350-1400; Middle English: registre < Middle French, Old French < Medieval Latin: registrum, regestrum, alteration of Late Latin: regesta "catalog, list", noun use of neuter plural of Latin: regestus, past participle of regerere "to carry back, pile up, collect", equivalent to re- re- + ges-, stem of gerere "to bear" + -tus past participle suffix; (v.) Middle English: registren (< Middle French registrer) < Medieval Latin: registrāre, derivative of registrum

late 14c., from Old French: registre (13c.) and directly from Medieval Latin: registrum, alteration of Late Latin: regesta "list, matters recorded," noun use of Latin: regesta, neuter plural of regestus, past participle of regerere "to record; retort," literally "to carry back, bring back" from re- "back" (see re-) + gerere "carry, bear".  Some senses influenced by association with Latin: regere ‎(“to rule”).

Noun

1. A book in which records of acts, events, names, etc., are kept.
2. A list or record of such acts, events, etc.
3. An entry in such a book, record, or list.
4. An official document issued to a merchant ship as evidence of its nationality.
5. Registration or registry.

verb (used with object)

15. To enter or cause to be entered formally in a register.
16. To cause (mail) to be recorded upon delivery to a post office for safeguarding against loss, theft, damage, etc., during transmission.
18. To indicate by a record, as instruments do:
19. To indicate or show, as on a scale.
23. To document (a merchant ship engaged in foreign trade) by issuing a certificate of registry.

I'm going to mainly focus on the origin of register as a verb.  Quite interesting to see that it traces back to mean "to bear" from the Latin word gerere .  If you've read a few of our older posts, you'll remember that "to bear" is also an allegorical reference to Moors/Mooring.  Let's take a deeper look.

Gerere/Gero

From Proto-Italic: *gezō. According to De Vaan[1], from a post-Proto-Indo-European: *h₂ǵ-es-, from the Proto-Indo-European root *h₂eǵ-

The root "*h₂eǵ-" traces back to mean "to drive".  Interesting.  Let's all remember that we are not our bodies and that our bodies are vessels/vehicles for our spirits and souls on this physical plane.  If everything is as above, so below and as within as without, that would mean if we register ourselves on the inside (meaning we get back to nature, remember who we are, take responsibility for our spiritual development and reconnect with The Most Highs that dwell within and earn our ELs back), we must also register ourselves on the outside (in the physical) aka taking ownership of all the ties, contracts and relationships we've accumulated over the years.  In other words, governing ourselves accordingly.

We own up to our past to control our future
— 13Clarity™

I like to view life as operating in commerce on business trip with three tiers.  Doing our best to provide the best products (fruits); mind, body and soul.  There are more parallels and connections to tie into, but somethings are meant to stay private.

Self Control is Key

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