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Words From Inspired Writing 23
From Saturday 14th May 2022 at 03:04am
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You have been reading about war with Leslie Flint. Mankind has always partaken in fighting amongst themselves. Yet they have not learnt that peace could be got through alternative methods. Wars are often a sign of ignorance on one side’s part. Ignorance in the true sense of the word.
But even when mankind is not fighting amongst themselves, other of God’s creations are. The world is violent within [itself] and only a thin crust keeps its anger contained. Volcanoes give us a glimpse of that anger when they erupt. Storms, tornadoes, lightning strikes, tidal floods. The world is so active, it’s [appears] almost angry.
Then there are God’s [other] creations. Cats, dogs, birds, wild beasts fighting for food or for . . . .
Then there are God’s [other] creations. Cats, dogs, birds, wild beasts fighting for food or for power. Plants and trees showing aggression as they attempt to dominate their landscape and stifle [corrected spelling] any other plants.
You see, peace on earth cannot exist, nor will ever exist. Peace of earth on a global level is a sky dream.
Does this mean that God approves of war? No. But it’s a consequence [corrected spelling] of the interaction of the energy forces at work. It cannot be avoided.
Oil in water doesn’t mix. Life comes from the blending and the mixing of the atoms, the energies, the vibrations, one different to the other. Ying and Yang, black and white, night and day. Opposites, like to poles of a magnet repelling . . .
Opposites, like to poles of a magnet repelling each other. When they are forced together, confliction is the result.
Here in this world we are absent of such issues, we live in harmony in our levels of existence. Here, lesser developed beings don’t and can’t mix with more developed beings, only under controlled circumstances.
This is what you know as like attracting like.
Some good can result from conflict, though usually short lived. After any [corrected] conflict, be it man, nature or planet, there is aa calm that follows - a temporary peace you might call it.
A forest fire that destroys acres of land also fertilises the land and new, healthy growth follows in abundance.
So you see, conflict is necessary and not always avoidable. While one man’s mission in life might be to find and spread peace, someone’s notion may be entirely the opposite.
it’s the natural order of things and it’s what the results of these conflicts are that is important.
It may not be much of a comfort for you, but realise this - worry not of the conflict and consider the positive results that will come from it instead.
I feel you worrying of the time. For you it is late. We will send you peace so you may sleep soundly. Goodnight.
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The challenge for me here is considering how much of that content, I could possibly have thought up myself. On this occasion, the line between the words being inspired from me or from the spirit team is a lot thinner.
I can tell by the amount of grammatical mistakes and mis-written words that I was obviously very tired. Based on that element, I feel the words must have been more inspired from the inner spirit and the connection, than from my conscious mind in an advanced state of being tired.
That aside for a minute, there is a big topic for debate within the writing on the subject of conflict within the world. During the transcription of these words for this edition, I realised a very interesting argument.
War and conflict within nature must surely be essential for change and evolution to take place. In a world where there is no natural disruption, can anything really evolve? Is conflict therefore necessary for the greater good?
What’s your thoughts? Share them below. No matter where the words in this episode came from (and I believe they were from the spirit world), they provoke us to think deeper and realise a greater understanding of ‘the bigger picture’.
I am inspired to write an essay on this topic - for the More WFIW series of course!
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