November 17, 2019
What you think of me is none of my business. This message might be the most revelatory one we have given. It will be definitely for Roger, as you will see. Roger has said to friends that it felt to him recently that we have taken over his life and are just leading him around. He is correct, and that is true, which is the state in which you all live, but you attempt to deny that, as Roger has done, which we will demonstrate now.
Roger has also said that a great deal of his value comes from discovering who he is later in life, for it will serve as greater inspiration for others who have yet to find their ideal life. The title we gave for this message is a book written by Terry
Cole-Whittaker, who Roger admired and followed. Dates are important here. We had Roger find the copyright of the book, which was 1979. We have often said that you all will connect the dots of your lives eventually. Now, in 1979, Roger made a decision that he didn’t know from where it originated, but he knew he was to teach personal development. That was not what he was doing at the time, and he ignored calling.
If you remember that a few days ago, we told you the story of the salesperson who was going to commit suicide until he heard Roger’s words; that was 1979. Years later, Roger’s brother was experiencing difficulties, both physical and mental, that required hospitalization. Roger took that book to his brother, which “inexplicably” enabled his brother to transform his life, which continues to this day. You might have thought Roger would have connected the dots by now, but he did not.
The other day we mentioned Ted Talks. This morning we led Roger to Ted Talks that were all focused on those who discovered who they were. Every single video he saw was about those who realized who they were, and typically after painful periods in their lives, and they knew they were to use that information to help others. Roger has held himself back from this awareness in his life because he suffered from the effects of the title of this book as he couldn’t live that. Now he can. So will you.