Martin Luther King
Pope John Paul I
humble carpenter gave us our most recent teachings of universal
2000 years ago. The remains of his simple
message of love lie buried under the layers of rules, regulations, dogmas, and
donations of organized Christian religion.
hidden agendas have intentionally clouded the body of sacred knowledge he
and others have brought to us. You have only been told a part of it. Just enough, but not enough. It's
been that way for thousands of years.
We're becoming more intelligent as a human race. Many of us have recognized the lies, the
deceptions, and we are tired of them. It has reached the point where we no longer want to
depend on others for answers to the spiritual questions we ask. There is a
lot of guidance out there, and if we sift through it all we'll find the Truth.
Thankfully, it cannot be
tarnished beyond recognition by others who would have it their way.
Throughout human history, we have always been sent the messengers, the teachers we
need, and the spiritual warriors who
have come and gone to show us a different way and remind us that we are not
alone. You know them. Over the centuries their theme has always been the
They were the humble ones who devoted their lives to the service of humanity. Their
gentle message has always been one of love, peace, compassion, and forgiveness. At the same
time, they would remind us of our individual freedoms, and then call on us to take personal
responsibility for our actions.
these magnificent messengers would ask us to question, but not force
us to change, our social, political and religious beliefs. They were also the ones who,
for the most part, have been crucified in one way or another for fearlessly speaking and
living the Truth. For those in power, that was a serious threat.
What really did them in was the message that we are quite capable of making all the
decisions necessary for our own spiritual growth and enlightenment by simply finding God,
the Truth, within ourselves. In other words, each and every one of us has direct access to
the divine, and we don't need anyone else to make that sacred connection for us.
That message is finding serious takers today. The seeds of wisdom that have been planted over the
centuries are beginning to emerge. Slowly but surely many of us are searching for the
Truth, and in the process we find ourselves waking from the material dream
we've been in for so long. Then we begin to remember our real origin and
There have been many who have visited our planet and lived the truth. Most of us know them
by the powerful example they left behind. Their story was always the same, and their
message was loud and clear. Jesus, Buddha, Mother Theresa, Martin Luther King, Pope John
Paul I, Gandhi are just a few who fearlessly stood for the truth in their own unique
way. Five of them gave their lives for it. When the sixth, Mother Teresa, died, the
Pope didn't bother to
attend her funeral.
Having slain the messengers, we filed their messages away and now worship
them instead. But, day by day, that is changing and with gathering momentum.
I am truly humbled by their passion and desire to serve humanity. Many others we are not
aware of have done the same. New messengers are now with us: Pope Francis,
Malala Yousafzay, Kailash Satyarthi, Nelson Mandela, Aung San Suu Kyi, and
others. Always for the same reasons. What incredible love and courage.