Until now, we’ve been going along a path pretty much laid down by the controllers of the political and financial order. But one choicepoint we face now is that abundance will soon be here – at first, for people who’ve been willing or able to invest in the Revaluation; then, for people who’ve chosen and were able to participate in the historic bonds and prosperity programs; and still later whole populations as NESARA (1) is brought into play.
The choicepoint is how we deal with that abundance.
Until now, the choice has been to use it to realize the American dream. That dream, in its most basic form, was to achieve personal financial abundance, ostensibly through hard work. It was typified as a home with a white picket fence, two-car garage and 2.8 children per couple.
The theory that hard work, and more hard work, would result in abundance for any but a very small number has been falling into more and more disrepute over the years as the extent to which the economy has been controlled is revealed.
It joins the theory that wealth will trickle down from the elite to the working class. The elite put in measures to see that nothing trickled down to anyone, no crumbs fell from the table, etc.
We have to face the fact that we, who so detest being taken, scammed, or fooled have been thoroughly taken for a ride, not simply for decades, but for centuries and perhaps millennia.
There never was a wish on the part of social and financial controllers to share the wealth.
They nearly got away with constructing a society that thoroughly served them and no one else. And then the whole facade collapsed.
And now it falls to us nimble mammals to rebuild the social institutions that the self-serving dinosaurs trampled down over long periods of recorded and unrecorded history.
For the self-serving bias, which lay at the basis of their social and financial policies, we’re substituting selfless service.
For looking out for Number 1, we’re substituting stewardship.
For the “me or you” attitude they spread, we’re substituting “me and you.”
For the Social Darwinism and competition they writ into their legislation and “social” programs, we’re substituting the Gospel of Love and cooperation.
We’re about to inherit the Divine Mother’s sacred wealth, given in trust to us to dispense to projects, groups and causes bent on creating a new society of compassion and sharing. (2)
We’re being given given the opportunity to model new forms of business and social activity – universal medicare, socially-benign financing, business as if people mattered, etc.
We’re being asked to relieve the world of such global problems as poverty, homelessness, sickness, hunger, drought, and pollution.
And we’re being given it to re-establish the relationship in which money is, not simply energy, but love. Physical currency is gold and banknotes; spiritual currency is love and compassion.
If physical currency doesn’t increase our spiritual currency, then we haven’t escaped from the old paradigm of social competition in which only the strongest survive.
And if we haven’t escaped that, then nothing we build will last. Only that which is built on a divine footing will last. Foundations of sand vs. foundations of rock.
Our business manual must now be the divine qualities and our mentors are not the masters of the universe but the ascended masters. And soon we’ll join them.
For now the work is to organize ourselves, complete our plans, and then begin the task of distributing wealth to relieve suffering and provide the basis for building Nova Earth.
(1) NESARA stands for National Economic Security and Reformation Act, an Act of the American Congress which incorporates the principles of the new economy and social polity. See “NESARA” at http://goldengaiadb.com/NESARA.
(2) Not in whole of course. We’re to take care of our needs first and those of our families and friends.