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Who am I ? Where am I going to? Where do I come from?
We are the creatures that spring from the love of God our Lord. Our origin is the Lord and our end is within Him as well. Everything on earth was created for us to enjoy. God´s
divine presence can be felt in every single detail in nature: a sunset, a snow flake, a star, the trees blooming in spring, the colors of the leaves in the fall, the magnificent trees that cover the planet, the amazing animals that roam the earth. All the knowledge of creation is stored in nature. All the beauty of nature was created for us to have a place to live and grow spiritually.
First the spirits were brought to life and then the earth was created to serve as the material world to all of us, to serve as our home.
Spirits were created to the image of God and within each one of them God placed a divine light which is the conscience. The flesh was created as a useful tool for the spirits that need it to advance in the path of evolution. Once the spirit and the flesh were joined, humankind emerged.
Everything that God does is based on love and justice. Everything that we perceive through our senses and our minds should behold these attributes.
The first human dwellers preserved the image that their spirits had from the spiritual valley: a state of purity and innocence that allowed them to feel the warmth of nature and of friendship as well as the complete harmony among all creatures. When passions and
the struggle for life appeared in their lives they were forced to try to find in science what they had lost due to the lack of spirituality they were experiencing.
Who revealed the mysteries of the flesh to humankind? The flesh itself.
Who revealed the mysteries of science? The mind did.
But the spirit was the only one that could convey the idea of the existence of God.
The Lord wants us to have rightful and healthy ambitions, to fight to be strong, great and wise. To be the owners of all the qualities the spirit is bestowed with. In order to do so, we have to practice our virtues: charity, humbleness, forgiveness and loyalty. All these virtues can be summarized in a single word: LOVE.
Life is like a tree with countless branches. None of which is alike and each one performs a duty or mission. It is important to understand that the origin of men is not a sin but the result of a natural law that not only mankind should follow but all creatures and everything in nature as well.
What makes humankind move away from its natural path of evolution are the vices and the lower passions which are against the law. We have to fill the universe with good deeds and pure thoughts.
This action will allow us to grow spiritually and to return to God with our hands full of merits. God emerges in our conscience, rejoices with our evolution and manifests himself in our good deeds. So we must be certain that He lives within us and is willing to help us if we allow Him to do so.
We all have to strive to possess as many spiritual “medals” as possible. To be nourished with the bread of eternal life, to fulfill our spiritual duties and to take advantage of the benefits offered by nature. Only understanding these truths we grasp the meaning of life, of our origin and of our wonderful, luminous end.
Destiny has the compassion which God has put in it; the destiny of men is filled with the Divine Goodness.
Many times you cannot find that Goodness for you do not know how to seek it.
If within the destiny marked by Me for each spirit, you devise a difficult and bitter course, I try to soften it, but never to increase its bitterness.
In the world men need one another; no one is extra and no one is missing. All lives are necessary, one to each other, for the complement and harmony of their existence.
The poor need from the rich and the rich from the poor. The sinful need from the righteous and these from the former. The ignorant need from the wise and those who have knowledge, from the ignorant. The little ones need from the adults and these, in turn, need from the children.
In this world, each one of you is situated, by the wisdom of God, in his place and near whom he should be. To each man is assigned the circle where he should dwell, in which there are incarnated and discarnated spirits with whom he must coexist.
Thus, each in his way, all of you are encountering those who will teach you the love which will elevate you; others will receive sorrow which will purify you. Some will cause you to suffer because you need it thus, while others give you their love to compensate for your bitterness, but all have a message for you, a teaching which you should understand and profit from.
Seek in each of your brethren the good side that he presents, in order to learn from him, as well as his bad side so that you will help him to elevate himself and, in that manner, proceed along the pathway, helping one another.
Each human being is a lesson, a hope of love or lack of love, which will finally give you its pleasant or bitter truth; in that way, you will proceed from lesson to lesson, sometimes learning and sometimes teaching, because you must also deliver to your fellowmen the message which you have brought to Earth.
Why have you neglected your fellowmen whom destiny has placed along your path? You have closed the door of your heart, unaware of the lesson which they brought to you.
How many times you have cast aside the very one who brought a message of peace and hope for your spirit, and then you complain when you yourselves have filled your cup of bitterness.
Life has unexpected changes and surprises, and what will you do if tomorrow you anxiously seek the one whom you arrogantly rejected today?
Why do many of you fear that your destiny has been written by Me with ordeals, suffering, punishment and misfortune? How can you believe that the One who loves you with perfection will provide you with a path full of thorns? Truly l say to you that the difficult path sown by ordeals is the one you have chosen through your own free will. You believe that you will find pleasure, freedom and happiness along that path. You fail to understand that the path from which you have departed is the true path, the path where you will find true peace, security, strenght, health, well-being and abundance.
Do not be a fatalist firmly believing that your destiny is what God has placed along your path, and that if you suffer it is because it was destined, or if you are happy it is because it was also destined. I have convinced you that what you sow you shall also reap.
O humanity, your destiny is to harmonize with everything created; this harmony of which l speak is the greatest of all laws, for in it you will find the perfect communion with God and His works.