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If God as in Pureis pure act of being, where does the essence of being come from?

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God as in Pure act of being

According to the Thomistic view in Ontology, essence and 'the act of being' (I'm translating from a romance language) are different, in which 'to be' is the act received by the essence, which is the potency that limits the act of being.

So, my question is: if the act of being comes from God, who is Pure act of being, then where does the essence/potency come from?

Any help would be appreciated. ;)