Power of the human spirit
The time has come. As we the people, it is time for us, as a society, to make some vital decisions. Who do we vote for? What laws do we follow? When do we listen instead of talk? Where do we find the truth?
I find that sometimes in life it can be very difficult to discern the truth, because we have so many crucial decisions to make on a daily basis. We must use our power of choice wisely.
However, all of our choices at the moment serve a government that is not completely equal, just or unified. We, as the people of humanity, need a government that has spiritual cohesive unity as its foundation.
People of the Roaring Fork Valley, we as a part of humanity need to make valuable choices that will allow us to have the kind of government that is built on principles of spiritual equality and justice. We have now entered a new time in the realm of human existence. We are now approaching the purification of humankind. You may wonder. Am I ready?
I would like to give you some questions to ponder upon. These questions have miraculously brought my self-awareness to new levels of preparedness. I give you these nine questions so that you can constantly test your readiness.
1. Do I love myself?
2. Do I love everyone else?
3. Am I drowning in the material world?
4. Am I willing to serve others?
5. Am I willing to change my thoughts and my actions?
6. Am I willing to humbly relinquish my prejudices?
7. Am I willing to truly investigate my role here in this world?
8. Do I wholeheartedly use my intellect to seek the truth?
9. Do I have a community to support me during the purification process?
If you responded no to any of these questions, I lovingly ask you to honestly look inside yourself. Truly ask, “Am I ready?”
I think you will be amazed at the power of the human spirit. The more we truly give our individual self a chance to change and grow, the more peaceful and unified the world will become.
Justin Theodore Moore
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