There is a simple question that lies at the heart of our experience here. Which is
more important, what we have or who we are?
There are people who have so much
material wealth and advanced technology that they are interested only in their
delusional agenda and view everyone as pieces on a game board. I am not addressing
the regressive meddlers who are from off world/off dimension, though it applies to
them--many have such an addiction to solutions via tech and are of a completely
different spiritual path who view us as a tool to exploit for food, etc., and more
importantly to 'cheat' toward faster graduation out of this realm.
I suppose an
easy way of describing it is buying their way into heaven though not technically
accurate. Ironically, the most technologically advanced are the most spiritually
regressed. There are positive among them as well, but it is our individual path
choice to advance and not expect help, since they honor the Law of Allowance (free
will is part of this much overlooked universal law), which is more difficult and
more important than the often-discussed Law of Attraction.
Everything we 'own'
including our own bodies (which are 'borrowed' in a sense) are temporary, illusional
constructs. Who we are is not illusional, and obviously the greatest value and
truth. So many others love/hate us for what we have, affecting relationships with
all but those of the greatest integrity/wisdom. There is a strong tendency in the
new age mindset to turn attention away from dark polarity issues and events, blaming
them as karma and rationalizing that it was meant to be because of the person's
karmic debt. By this belief we should ignore the wars and the greed /other agendas
driving them. If we should happen across another who needs help from being raped or
caught in a burning auto we should just reason that 'it's their karma' and move
along. Anyone with integrity, honor and conscience is unable to do so.
'reason' that it is their (and our) 'karma' to take action according to what we know
is right? So many people will bow, grovel, con, etc. those who have wealth, though
many if asked will pay lip service to that simple question of which is more
important. Such a premium is placed on monetary wealth, technology, transitory
aesthetic beauty, etc. that the ultimate truth of the importance of who we are is
lost. This is a simple question with a simple answer, yet it is obvious that the
only ones to recognize the answer and act accordingly are advanced in spirit.
steady stream of celebrity and sports taking priority over that which truly matters
speaks volumes. I am not willing nor interested in sacrificing my creativity,
potential and experience on money or tech (in an of themselves tools, not inherently
good or evil). Those simple things in life, spending time with those we love,
teaching our children by spending time with them playing games, going to the park,
gardening, or even 'mundane' tasks such as cleaning, raking, etc. allows time to
communicate and help to instill values that are important to WHO they are is far
better than emphasizing the cults of technology and celebrity.
As a child of five, I
sat next to a neighbor and asked questions about what was beyond the end of the
universe and what was beyond that, to which this good natured young man laughed and
while admitting he didn't know helped me to speculate (yes, I was a weird kid). But
more importantly, he spent time with me in doing so and enjoyed it as much as I. A
good example for me and I hope for others--he was a police officer who joined that
career for the sole purpose of wanting to make a difference and help people. A
primary value he instilled in me was appreciation of others who do the same, such as
Subject: David Brandt
Date: Sun, April 20, 2008
When I went to the website in the David Brandt article, I got "threat detected" from the anti-virus software. Must be a good info source, and PTB
don't want us going there.
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