When All Is Said and Done

Oregon, US of A, November 25, 2019.
Teacher: Thought Adjuster.
Subject: “When All Is Said and Done.”

Message received by Anyas.

“Your inability or unwillingness to forgive your fellows is the measure of your immaturity, your failure to attain adult sympathy, understanding, and love.” [UB 174:1:5]

Thought Adjuster: “The above statement does not merely apply to individual relationships but it is also relevant to the family, tribal, and national levels of human interaction.

“It also points to the fact that one should evaluate such societal entities from the perspective of their spiritual development and contributions. Some nations have been arch-enemies for centuries and still interact at a very ‘childish’ level. In their collective immaturity, they hang on to generational grudges and reenact many of the regrettable situations that led to such deeply entrenched dislikes.

“Humankind needs to grow up and sever any inappropriate emotional attachments to situations requiring the healing balm of forgiveness for a positive and enduring resolution. Such historical reversals can be orchestrated once the more mature among you instill in their siblings the parental perspective, which invites love, compassion, and empathy into play, thus liberating them from emotional retardation or stagnation.

“There are precedents of successful resolutions of past animosities on your world. Once the damaging ripple effect of the World Wars subsided, former enemies learned to cohabitate peacefully and resumed friendly diplomatic relations, thus positively contributing to forward planetary evolution.

“Take the time to go within and search your heart for any remnant of stubbornness that makes you unwilling to forgive. Ask yourself what prevents you from doing so? Is it promoting or hampering your and your siblings' spiritual welfare?

“The balm of forgiveness is mutually therapeutic. You no longer brand as irredeemable the original perpetrator of disharmony. As well, you simultaneously sever destructive emotional attachments, thus making room in your heart for productive ones. You are removing the ballast that prevents your spiritual ‘kite’ from freely soaring into the wide-open cosmic skies. When all is said and done, which experience will you recall most fondly?”

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