2013-03-28. What is important in life?
Alabama, US of A, March 28, 2013.
Teacher: Thought Adjuster.
Subject: “What is important in life?”
Message received by Oscar.
Thought Adjuster: “A part of the balance in your day is for you to harmonize personal desires with what is important in life. In this exercise of constant search for balance, you must decide between the effort to achieve spiritual and even intellectual progress and the acceptance of Divine Will. Firstly, you must understand that the Father’s Will does not imply stability, monotony or stagnation. The Father’s Will incites dynamism, continuous discovery, growth and improvement.
“There is a lot of potential that remains hidden within you. Many of you have been indoctrinated by traditions and ancient beliefs, to exalt humility above all things. Be careful not to show false humility. Being humble does not imply humiliation, it is rather to understand that you are a child of God and so are all other mortals. True humility is understanding that you carry within you a Fragment of Divinity that offers you the potential to be perfect and accept that all your brothers and sisters in this world also possess this gift from the Father. This understanding is the most effective way to promote elevated relationships with your peers in terms of equality and justice.
“However, many have mistaken humility with self-denial, or the ostentatious display of false simplicity. There are those who seek to avoid praising themselves by constantly seeking the praise of others. They must examine their motivations and seek within themselves true humility. There are others who turn their backs on their talents and their abilities by mistakenly thinking that anything distinguishing them from their peers is frowned upon by the Father. These are the ones who incur the greater cost, for they reject the talents that the Father has entrusted them with and that could be of benefit to the entire civilization.
“Do not suppress your creativity, and do not be afraid of originality. If your purpose is truly to consecrate your life to the Will of the Father, and to render a loving and selfless service to your fellows, use all your creativity, all your intellect, and all your strength in the ventures that are worthwhile. May your ambition be excessive to achieve the changes in the world and to see that the government of Heaven becomes a reality on this earth. Give the best of yourself to the cause of the establishment of the Light and Life on this sphere. Search within yourself for those qualities of leadership, of teaching, of teamwork, or to express the Divine Will and use them for the good of all. Be like Michael, who walked this World with the full consciousness of His Divinity, and therefore used everything He possessed in His being for the benefit of those He crossed paths with.”