Empathy, Maturity, Spirituality

Illawarra District, Australia, December 12, 2018.
Teacher: The Damascus Scribe.
Subject: “Empathy, Maturity, Spirituality.”

Message received by George Barnard.

The Scribe: “Recently we spoke about your learning from your very human mistakes and that in your being human you are incomplete, but that you have potential. We also spoke of your being likely to learn from seeing others ‘pay’ for their mistakes. Indeed, let’s face it, you would not be in any great hurry to copy another who might well be paying a great price for something done wrong. That would be dumber than dumb and that action would not appeal.

“So far we have discussed what you have learned by experience; personal mindedness that investigated whatever happened to you or to others and you have concluded in what sense you are now wiser than you were before.

“There is another way in which one can grow up, mature, but it is hardly ever recognized as to what the cleverly hidden origin of this process could be. It happens in stages and frequently the process goes like this: a young person, male or female struggles to establish him- or herself in a trade or a profession without wasting too much time on the requirements of others. Obviously, there are more urgent needs for the individual to establish the self at whatever career.

“Once established in the niche they chose to occupy they will likely find that they have more time for others. And yes, they come to understand they discovered Empathy. They can now take time out to look after the needs, the requirements of another. Chances are they will now congratulate themselves on having become a more mature individual. In effect, much of such progress I am here presenting to you is due to the thoughtful and never-tiring work of the Thought Adjuster (TA).

“So who is to be congratulated for him or her having become more spiritual? Is it the human? Is it the TA? Yes, don’t underestimate the TA. It hardly matters though for in summary — long-term or short — they will fuse and be one and the same.

“I am the Damascus Scribe, your Teacher for now until your Midwayer friends are released from their pressing duties and return to you. Adieu.”

George: “Adieu good Friend.”

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