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OSC130314- Two Extremes

2013-03-14. Two Extremes

Alabama, US of A, March 14, 2013.
Teacher: Thought Adjuster.
Subject: “Two Extremes.”

Message received by Oscar.

Thought Adjuster: “A life without faith in the existence of a Creator Father is in the end a life without impulse, motivation, or purpose. Among you there are many that are considered to be atheists and in spite of this they seem to be very successful in their lives, even with healthy relationships with their family and friends. These may even be persons who cooperate within their social group and provide benefits to others. However, they do not possess the momemtum that inspires their actions and their decisions towards higher goals. When they are shaken by the storms of this world, their moral rules crumble and the way they see their life stumbles, because they are like the masons who build upon false foundations.

“These individuals place their hopes and their strengths upon themselves and when they face those challenges in which they reach the limits of their human endurance they find themselves adrift and without destination. In other words, lost. Many of them think that their siblings who believe in invisible ‘things’ are deceiving themselves, holding onto fantasies that do not produce anything in return. In their spiritual blindness they can’t understand the real power of dynamic faith during a human life.

“At the other extreme you will find those who accept everything without question. They are the ones who are easier in being controlled by their religious leaders and unscrupulous politicians who seek to promote their own agendas, forgetting their initial purpose of showing a better way to their siblings. These are the ones who live ‘by the book’ and have crystalized the truth in their hearts, turning this truth into a heavy load that prevents them from looking beyond and understanding that truth grows, expands and is better understood through the experiences of life and the successive revelations from the spiritual world.

“However, halfway between these two extremes you will find many human beings in this world who search with sincerity to know more about their purpose in life and whether there is anything beyond the material world. When they search with honesty and hope for the truth about the Celestial Father, they unavoidably find Him, and in the place they least suspect — right within their own being, always present, always listening and always willing to offer everything a mortal may need to achieve his or her maximum potential.

“These honest truth seekers are the ones who observe how their lives change and how within their minds new values and meanings are revealed to make sense of life and fill their actions with purpose. They have placed their strength in the Divine Fragment that they possess and when they are hit by the tides of this world their ships remain afloat, because they are able to leave the rudder in the hands of the One Who Knows for real which way is the best, the perfect way. It is they who always come out victorious even in defeat, because when they see that their resources and their human strength have failed they discover that they are in the hands of someone Who is perfect in all His actions and that they will never lack anything they may need to live a life really vibrant and full.

“For these fortunate mortals who searched and found, who asked and received, who know about a reality without a beginning and with an eternal destiny, the idea of a universe without God would seem absurd and senseless. Their own life experience, observing how they progressively controlled their animal tendencies and fears to transform into new beings with qualities that they would not have been able to imagine on their own, constitutes the most eloquent proof of the existence and the love of the Father. It is they who demonstrate a true and dynamic faith, which is not simply accepting what they hear from others, but the hope of counting with an Inner Teacher — the Presence of God in a human being — to triumph over all the situations of life and move increasingly closer toward the perfection of being.”

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