January 13, 2020
Public humiliation is liberating. We must give credit to that line to the actor Joaquin Phoenix. Roger watched an interview with him yesterday that was indeed liberating. Joaquin decided a few years ago to embody a fake personality, all in an effort to create a film. Most thought he had completely lost his mind, and to top it off, the film did poorly. When he was asked why he did it, and what value he received, the answer was he became a better actor, and he discovered public humiliation is liberating.
It is also the answer many of you have been seeking. To further the point, Roger also saw Gary Clark, Jr, who is considered one of the finest guitarists of your time. Gary said he would never say that to anyone when he was younger, as they might have thought he was crazy. You all do that one also. Roger is speaking on this as he has done it for decades.
The other day we gave him words that he recorded. Roger rarely does this, and never intending to share it with others. But now, if he doesn’t, this message will not impact you as we hoped. Roger does not know at this moment or remember the exact words but keep in mind, we led him to a video this morning where the responsibility of fully living your life was discussed. We have spoken on this for decades, and if you are adventurous enough, visit our website and search for the word responsibility. None of this is accidental, including you, your life, and you reading this now.
Here is what you are to take away from this message. You have been hearing guidance and direction in your life as to what you are to do, and you have been ignoring it because others might think you are crazy like Joaquin and Gary. Please be that. Also, Joaquin happened to win the critic’s choice award for best actor last night.
The recording: http://firstname.lastname@example.org (Click view online)