Alabama, US of A, April 13, 2011.
Subject: “On Strangers and Friends.”
Received by Oscar.
Thought Adjuster: “Human beings are shy and reserved by nature. This is a product of thousands of years of evolution and genetic memory, which basically have instilled the message ‘beware of strangers’.
“These days, mortals should be able to overcome this primitive fear and establish better relationships with their peers. All your friends, the persons whose company you enjoy, and those loved by you, were all strangers to you at some point in time. Even your siblings and your parents had to take their time to get to know you.
“On your world it is normal to class as a stranger anyone you haven’t met before. However, this doesn’t have to be the case. If you accept that you all are brothers and sisters, children of the same Father and partners in adventure, nobody should be a stranger to you, since all have the same identity within their hearts – the presence of God within – which makes you all equal. All other differences are external, temporary and irrelevant. The personality is always unique, and should not be forced to conform to any arbitrary patterns, because since our Father made us all different, those differences must be good to His eyes.
“All in this world are part of the same reality, the same collective experience and could even be considered to be part of the same being, due to your individual participation in the experiences of the Supreme Being, in this planet and beyond. Stop considering yourselves to be strangers and start seeing each other as siblings. Practice getting closer to those you don’t know with the same trust, the same warmth, the same tolerance, and the same consideration you extend to those you have met before. In your life experience, haven’t you learned that a stranger may soon become a beloved one?
“Opening your heart in this way to others will make them perceive your intentions at the soul level and this will dissipate their reservations towards you – the key to find God is in the hearts of your peers. Search in them the Divine Presence and without doubt you will find it. In a world where nobody is a stranger, there can’t be mistrust, wars or selfishness. Get closer to your brothers and sisters and you will indeed change the world.
“Imagine a world where no one is a stranger. You could arrive in a city you have never before visited, knock on the door of the first house you find and ask the person who answers if you can stay. This person will receive you like a loved family member who has been away for a long time. You would end up going to bed late that night because of your sharing stories about your life and your adventures. This could be possible. It would initially take only two persons to decide to be this way.”
© The 11:11 Progress Group.
We are each other at our spiritual Root Source – ABC-22, January 1972.