September 11, 2012 – NESARA
Have you ever heard of the National Economic Security and Reform Act (NESARA)? Most people have not, even though there are those who have been working tirelessly to get this implemented for over a decade. The original basis of this act came from disclosure that farms and lands were illegally confiscated by the government. Throughout the history of our wonderful country, we have had corruption exist alongside benevolence and dedication.
This potential law, and action, have evolved and changed somewhat, but the premise remains the same. All people, everywhere, should be compensated for their losses. All people, everywhere, should be able to share equally in the bounty of this world. Good health, good food, safe and comfortable lives should be available to everyone.
We know that gross inequalities exist today and many people are comfortable with that. There is a mindset that says it is only natural that some should thrive and some should not. They attribute this to hard work and intelligence and a belief in survival of the fittest. But who determines who is fit and who is not? Who determines who is worthy and who is not? You? Your duly elected officials?
Only when you come to the knowledge that ALL are worthy in the eyes of God – and that ALL deserve all the bounty that this world has to offer, will you be ready to take the next evolutionary step that is being offered to us at the end of this year. When a sufficient number of human beings embrace this truth, then bills like NESARA will start to be implemented.
I would imagine that you would be pleased and happy to have your interest rates reduced and many of your debts forgiven. Would you be just as pleased and happy to see this happen to everyone, no matter what their status or circumstances or ‘worthiness?’
Throughout history there have been masters and teachers guiding us to the knowledge that if even one human being is suffering, we are all diminished. I hope you get that. I hope you understand that. I hope you believe that, and I hope you embrace that. For those of you that do, I’ll see you in the new world.