January 15, 2020
You are afraid of the light. We brought Roger to this quote from Plato this morning, and we will explain why. The full quote is, “You can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark, but the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.”
We were going to begin with the premise that there are no coincidences accidental events that occur in your life. If you do not know this or come to believe it, you become a victim in your life rather than a victor. We can be poetic at times.
Here is the story. Yesterday Roger met with his friends that we mentioned he hadn’t seen in years. Because of this, they wanted to know about his life’s journey. Roger joked and said, “I will give you the Cliff notes,” or a consolidated version. As he did so, even he couldn’t believe all the experiences of every shape, manner, or form. When he returned home, he needed to finish a biography of sorts for the group with which he is working. At first, he sent his work and career history, and then they asked for his accomplishments. Now, these two experiences strung together caused him to recognize that he had been afraid of the light. Roger said, “I couldn’t have had this life unless I was meant to do something with it meaningful.”
Then last night, a friend asked for an energy healing session as they were in excruciating pain. Roger knew he could accomplish this but had been afraid to “practice” it more. He did it brilliantly. Then this morning, he picked up his program, which he began creating more than four years ago and has yet to complete. Roger discovered there everything we have given him, which could aid so many others if he would stop being afraid of the light. That last sentence is meant for all of you, without exception.
Oh, we almost forgot. It is not accidental that he, and you, are receiving this message on this day. Figure it out.