Held another weekly show today.
I’m still not comfortable with my approach. I don’t think I deliver the message with the proper “authority, clarity, compassion, and equality” expected of me. And some have commented to me that they’re still waiting for the “hope-filled message” promised each week.
I spend too much time explaining the issue I wish to cover. I don’t like listening to my own voice or the show, so I don’t. Sheri was listening to the show on the Code of Humanity, and I overheard the program for a few minutes.
Wow! What a different perspective listening to the message than delivering it!
Of course, like most people, I hate hearing my own voice and think it sounds kind of funny … oh well.
But the information … to me … seemed to be like a Kindergartner teacher teaching little children their very first ABC’s. As I listened to what I already know so well, it seems like the man talking (me) was speaking on such simple terms and using all the explanations that a child would need to understand. It was very interesting to me to hear the contrast in comprehension and realize that, though these concepts might be easy for me to understand, until listening to them delivered, I didn’t realize how hard it might be for others to understand them.
Why is it hard for others to understand them?
It’s quite simple:
If a person thinks, believes, or in any other way is convinced of his or her own “wisdom”, or rather, if one thinks he or she knows something that is true, it is going to be very hard to subvert human free will and get that person to devalue the self by admitting he or she really knows nothing of real truth, which then would open up the mind to receive other things.
What a wonderful world it would be if we all admitted to our “self” that we really don’t know anything. Just think how we would perceive other people then? If we believed that we didn’t know anything, would we ever judge another, set a measure for them, or in any way think we understood them? We wouldn’t.
The cause of the inhumane way in which we often treat each other comes from the pride of our own hearts believing that we know something that another person doesn’t know.
But the real truth is: Nobody knows anything, which makes us all equally ignorant. Oh, if we could just accept this one fact … a fact that one day, maybe a few incarnations from now, we will finally realize.
While going through mortality, and in order to gain the experience intended by it, we all had to become equally ignorant … and that truly makes us equal in all things.
Not being ignorant so that I can deliver the message … that we are all ignorant … does not make me special in any way. It makes me uncomfortable– an uncomfortable feeling that has persisted with me each and every day for almost 25 years.
But it is this pure knowledge that I have … that we’re all equally ignorant for a good purpose … that keeps me humble … well … somewhat. :-)
Believe me, the “powers that be” have done other things to keep me humble. Things that I can never reveal to anyone; but things, if others knew, would realize how humble I really am to know that I know and deliver what I know to those that don’t know that I know what I know, which really makes us all-knowing. (Now figure that one out!) :-)