December 1, 1981
December 1, 1981
PRÓ-VIDA‘s presentation at the Anhembi Convention Center
I’m still watching your behavior. Congratulations, you’ve made it! The Universe is happy. One more point of Light. One more star that may serve as a guide to the travelers of infinity. On the celestial map, a new source of Life was born. Should you know how many are applauding, the radiation of your Light would fulgurate! Thank you. Congratulations!
However, I have to add that the candle flame only lasts as long as the fuel, wax, offers itself to be consumed. I must also say that the greatest pleasure is acquired when one is wax, that which sustains Light. It’s the Creator that rejoices in His fulgurant creatures.
In practical terms, I explain that it would be selfish of you to live in such a happy and cheerful society knowing that you are surrounded by beings that live in darkness.
I suggest that you open your doors, take down your fences, take down your tents so that the Light can penetrate the dark spaces of those that surround you. Let this Light call and show the Way to all those of good will who find themselves already prepared. Let us in. To those who do not wish to come, carry the Light by way of your conduct.
Many suffer, many are the oppressed. For those, we use the Law of the Tithe. This Law is just and generous. It states that you who have worked, you who have a higher brain capacity, show that capacity by keeping 90 percent of the fruit of your happiness and give 10 percent – the Tithe – of the fruit of your capacity to those for whom it is impossible, or have a lower capacity and, for that reason, still suffer.
Give 10 percent of your joy. Give 10 percent of your happiness. Give 10 percent of your love. Give 10 percent of your matter. Give 10 percent of yourselves. And set aside 90 percent for the maintenance of the state you have already achieved, which should serve as an Example. Yes, I said Example, so that one day all of you can Be. Yes, I said Be, for the Tithe is the privilege of being, in the hands of those who give.