October 3, 1981
October 3, 1981
It is necessary that everyone speak the same language.
(…) A long time ago there was a Tower of Babel, when men started speaking different languages, for the single language they spoke before led them nowhere, only to the abyss. It was decided to modify language and to place, into each one, a life principle.
The time has come for us to unite the languages again, only now in a single direction, discussing own ideas and the Idea itself, singing the same song, accepted by free will, to achieve the Much Better World that is our purpose. To build a Much Better World and not destroy the world which someone once built with a truth, even if relative. Respect, always.
To build a Much Better World all you have to do is follow what you already recognize as right, fulfilling with courage and actioning the truth that is the reason of your life. All you have to do is follow what you already know is right, and not keep searching for what is right in order to follow. All you need is a state of watchfulness; yes, watchfulness in the sense of not wasting any experience, watchfulness so as to make the most of the results of the experiences you go through, and finding in them the point of wisdom written there.
You will then discover the real world, and the unreal world. You will recognize the ephemeral and the transitory. And then you will take a stand and you will discover who you are. You will discover that you are a passerby, a being in evolution who needs to manifest in order to show their usefulness.
On this journey towards evolution, what can you do? Help. How? Manifesting. Manifesting what? The knowledge you already have and recognize. Where? In an environment. How? Being useful. To be recognized in an environment, you have to be useful, exercising your function.
(…) Each object, depending on the environment in which it is, can fulfill its usefulness for the environment in which it exists. In this environment, it is to you to fulfill your function; and then you will come to be, because you will have recognized where you are and for what you are. Don’t waste the space-time made available to you to understand what you still don’t know. All you have to do is follow what you know is right and not keep searching for what is right in order to follow. Don’t interrupt any process in the middle. Close all the circles you have opened.
(…) It is necessary that everyone speak the same language.