Oregon, USA, June 27, 2021.
Thought Adjuster.
Subject: “Ever Inconspicuous, Never Ostentatious.”

Message received by Anyas.

“Do not make the mistake of judging another’s religion by your own standards of knowledge and truth.” [UB, 101:9.2]

Thought Adjuster: “As imperfect evolutionary creatures, how can you be so sure your belief systems should be indiscriminately imposed upon others? Good intentions do not give you carte blanche to exert undue pressure on others. It may turn out to be quite hazardous to both parties.

You may view yourself as an XXL in spiritual matters — a subjective assessment leading you to look down on those you consider as petite sizes. Your condescendence may feel like bullying to those lacking self-confidence, shrinking further their stunted sense of self-respect.

Jesus came FOR ALL and cleverly customized his teachings to meet individual needs — in a one-to-one approach to crowds. Even his apostles displayed wide-apart spiritual needs. He challenged all within the limitations of their unique personality. He stressed the value of any contribution, thus enheartening the contributors instead of discouraging them.

Parents closely monitor their growing children’s shoe sizes for a comfortable fit. Tight shoes would give them blisters, while oversized ones would cause them to trip over. Injuries could occur in both cases due to misfits.

You all start in spiritual infancy to grow at YOUR OWN PACE. Life orchestrates growth-promoting situations and reenacts them until you declare yourself ready to grab the bull by the horns.

Jesus’ trademark approach was to take both knees down. Humility was the most admirable trait of his godlike personality. He went down on his knees to wash the feet of those you would coin as undesirable while simultaneously kneeling to his Father — always submissive, never ostentatious.”

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