From the Peace livestream series

A channeled lecture delivered by Paul Selig on March 11, 2020.

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… Each of you has choices. How you choose is predicated upon one thing or another. To act in prudence — “I will put my foot in the bath water to feel the temperature before I step fully in” — is not an act of fear. It’s an aware act, because you know that every choice you make has a ramification. “I will never bathe again, the water may be too hot or too cold” is great fear proclaiming action. There is no need now to act in that regard. To become aware of the suffering of others, in whatever way it presents itself, is great opportunity for a culture who has diminished suffering. “If the poor are the ones that die, if the old are the ones that die, we will still have our wealth, our possessions. We need care not.” When something presents itself that disregards wealth, disregards class, knows all men as equal, all humans as equal, you have a great leveler and a great opportunity to celebrate your humanity as a collective. When you understand who you are, who another is, when you love your brother even when he is ill, even if he does things you don’t like, if you love the one before you regardless of what you would call him, you will know true healing…

A channeled lecture delivered by Paul Selig on March 11, 2020.

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… Each of you has choices. How you choose is predicated upon one thing or another. To act in prudence — “I will put my foot in the bath water to feel the temperature before I step fully in” — is not an act of fear. It’s an aware act, because you know that every choice you make has a ramification. “I will never bathe again, the water may be too hot or too cold” is great fear proclaiming action. There is no need now to act in that regard. To become aware of the suffering of others, in whatever way it presents itself, is great opportunity for a culture who has diminished suffering. “If the poor are the ones that die, if the old are the ones that die, we will still have our wealth, our possessions. We need care not.” When something presents itself that disregards wealth, disregards class, knows all men as equal, all humans as equal, you have a great leveler and a great opportunity to celebrate your humanity as a collective. When you understand who you are, who another is, when you love your brother even when he is ill, even if he does things you don’t like, if you love the one before you regardless of what you would call him, you will know true healing…