Tuesday, December 17, 2013

First on the agenda, end genocide

The first year of our Track Our Progress planning deals with the effects of the global genocide, and the nations that are in crisis based on judgment. Step by step, we must demonstrate the capacity of the World Peace Plan to resolve this crisis so that everyone can walk forward to create the life they want.

The first concept is that someone must stand up to defend the individual who has been defamed, to be judged as evil. No one has the right to judge another. The spiritual teachings declare that, under Universal Law, he who judges will be judged. The problem with that is that the effects take a long time to be felt, and the ripples of crises go out from that first sense of judgment.

How do you defend yourself from prejudice and ulterior motives? The U.S. legal system is based on the premise that someone is presumed innocent until proven guilty for that reason. You cannot. It takes someone else to defend you, even if it is a judge.

Throw that crisis in with an ultimate weapon, and the perpetrators believe they cannot be stopped.

Imagine now that the same crisis is facing our organization. The people who are perpetrating the crime believe  they are invincible, playing the games with such determination and zeal that they are also unstoppable. It takes a huge effort by many people, and the tearing action, the determined destruction, has taken its toll. No one has the energy to even stand up, much less wage a retaliation effort.

Now, how can this end?

Imagine that once the Lies have been told, no one knows who to trust. More and more people have been drawn into the lies, and they continue to reinforce the illusionary front by a small group of determined indviduals who believe this is their grand opportunity to get the life they want. Then, it becomes apparent that they are judging someone who never had any intent to do more than to benefit all people.

This occurred with each of the avatars--the spiritual teachers--of the seven major religions. They faced betrayal by those who believed they wielded more power and esteem. More capacity to create a movement. Jesus was betrayed, and was crucified. 

Today, the judgment ends. The backlash has occurred, and those who judged are being judged.

Tomorrow, the people whose lives were torn apart will attempt to drag themselves together and get back on track for getting the life they want.

The games continue on until an innocent person is crucified, but not all people who are dragged into crisis are innocent of the games, nor are the children considered innocent. The loss of lives is not incentive or motivation for ending the games. It comes down to the point where the innocent individual is the person you need to help you get the life you want.

If a woman relies on her husband for her financial support, it makes no sense to crucify him.

The last thing to address today is that for everyone who assumes responsibility to undo the damage they have done in their life, their "sins are washed away," purified by their intent to do what is in everyone's best interest.

This is when peace will come, and the power games will end.