Mother Teresa: Choices
There will be a lifting of the veil, a parting of the waters, before which
lies, deceptions, and deliberate ignorance will not stand.
Ann: Mother Teresa?
Mother Teresa: Yes, Ann. I contacted your friend Anita* because there are some matters that I believe should be brought to your attention and to the attention of your readers.
In particular, you may have noticed that religious communities around the world have splintered, yes, and many have fallen into a darkness that has provided them with cover to promote their favored causes and in the process to accumulate personal power and wealth.
I understand the temptation. I too was a staunch opponent of abortion. I too recognized the need for personal responsibility. But only, mark this, only, if compassion and caring was offered to offset the human cost of poverty, illness, and children in need.
What you see now from these supposedly religious communities is only one side of the equation. That is the part that says, “No. No, you cannot have control over your body. No, we won’t help you if you are ill or hungry. No, we will stick to our principles, and you should too. So go ahead and raise that baby from the man who raped you and see if you can cobble together enough energy and money for food and medical care to raise that child in love and health.”
I cannot and never will support the aborting of human life. However, it has been brought home to me that it is far from clear to the human mind exactly at what point the human life is created. I can say with some certainly that those of you on the planet, unless you have some extraordinary source of information, do not know either. For this reason, now that I have transitioned, I refuse to weigh in on what is a matter of Divine Intelligence.
What I do know is that personal responsibility can take you only so far. I have come to believe that access to certain basics does not erode individual freedom but instead empowers individual choice. It is then that we stand accountable, accountable for those choices and where they take us in our lives.
And if one of those choices is to refuse to hold out a hand to those in need, then that too is a choice to be accounted for. May I suggest that such an accounting will not be a pleasant experience? Not because there is punishment in heaven, but because there is a lifting of the veil, a parting of the waters before which lies, deceptions, and deliberate ignorance will not stand.
In that state, we will all be confronted with our choices and held accountable, not by God who is infinite love, but by our own souls. Did we grow in compassion and love toward our human family? Or did we instead take our egos on a gratuitous quest for money and power to be accumulated for ourselves without a thought to those who have less?
These are the markers of responsible action or lack thereof. I believe that if we give our children respect and raise them on compassion and truth, their choices will be for the betterment of us all, not the elevation of the few.
Each person will make their own decisions in this regard. What choices have you made?
January 28, 2021
*Referred by Anita Sacco. See "Recommended Channelers" under "Resources" tab. Anita can be contacted for purchase of obtaining the recipe for her protection spray or for spiritual or past life readings at https://www.etsy.com/shop/FairyTaleEnd.