Not through Suffering

Illawarra District, Australia, May 19, 2020.
Teacher: The Scribe of Damascus.
Subject: “Not through Suffering.”

Message received by George Barnard.

The Scribe: “You are missing the point, my dear friend and student, in that you still attach some false ancient values to how you deal with disappointments. Disappointments, as you well know, come in all kinds, colors and kindred varieties, but they are not originated by the Gods, oh no! Disappointments happen and they are an irregular event of terrestrial life, a learning experience in how to overcome a strenuous headwind during your short stay on an evolutionary world.

“There is, however, a valid point I must note: Much stock is awarded to those who suffer much, but whose faith in God and His plans for all is seen as never shifting, never lessening, never decreasing or failing.

Regarding the Spanish-speaking man whom you saw carrying his well-hewn wooden cross and who was later crucified there upon, I am troubled by the needless pain he sustained by being hoisted onto his cross, as well as the crown of thorns placed upon his head.

“Truly, my son and messenger, the initiation of pain and lasting discomfort upon oneself, as well as psychological hurt, is not recommended. In these days we will call it a seriously outmoded act that is frowned upon on High for bringing needless pain and subjugation of human free will to an already hurt and troubled population of a former isolated planet. Give thought to the concept that as you teach yourself to love others, you will learn to love self.

“I AM The Damascus Scribe, also often called Lord Sananda.”

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