The world as we know it

Soul searching

Sometimes when this world isn’t enough, it isn’t enough. There is a bigger picture.

For many of us the injustices of this world can be infuriating, where those in power seem to get away with the most heinous crimes whilst new laws abound and the masses are enslaved by them and incarcerated for at times the most minor infractions.

Yet those who think they can thwart the system and treat others as a stepping stone to their own enrichment forget this life is limited – we all die. What we take with us is none of the earthly riches. We take with us records of our actions for which at a life review soon after death in which we experience that which we have inflicted upon others – elation or pain. We then have to meet our guides to see whether we have fulfilled what we came here to do & learnt the lessons we came to learn. Whilst we are not condemn and always encouraged onwards & upwards we cannot escape consequences.

Helen Greaves In her fascinating book Testimony of Light recalls the stories of many who have died and in the afterlife look back who they were in this life & how they treated others. Some are like shrivelled grubs fearly of their shameful selfish behaviour, whereas others radiate life for their service to their fellow souls. Whether we move on or come back to relearn our lessons depends on how we behave in this life time. So thinking we can thwart the systems here is of no solace in the long run to the selfish but brings much peace to those who believe and act in the manner to love & support eachother.

Does this mean we just accept things as they are because ‘justice’ & karma will finally catch up with all? No it means we can fight on stronger, empowered with the knowledge that we are here to create a better world, to love our neighbours as ourselves and to fight for what is right. Our earthly institutions are not the final authorities but simply structures, used and abused. Our heritage and our destiny is love and light and it will totally and utterly prevail.

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We fight not to enslave, but to set a country free, and to make room upon the earth for honest men to live in. Thomas Paine

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