Because I think we’re close to events we’ve been expecting, I’d like to repost an article from 2013, which I think is about to become a lot more relevant very quickly.
The only dimension that’s not very prominent here is the financial. Back then, Kathleen and I were already involved with the arrangements for Pre-NESARA funds, but not to the extent I became in more recent years.
As I said in the article, no one, by this time in my life, had affected me the way Werner had.
If I were to meet him today, I wouldn’t feel it at all inappropriate to say to him, “you gave us a bushel of seeds and I return to you what we have grown with it [GAoG, the databases].” (1)
It wasn’t just his words; it was the context of transformation that he gave us.
So we are making real what Werner says here. Once the Reval hits, I’m going to be reading his words again and again.
I’ve lightly edited this version.
“We Can Choose to Be Audacious….,” Oct. 5, 2013, at https://goldenageofgaia.com/2013/10/05/we-can-choose-to-be-audacious/.
I remember when I first heard Werner Erhard say these words. I was moved to tears.
“We can choose to be audacious enough to take responsibility for the entire human family. We can choose to make our love for the world be what our lives are really about.
“Each of us now has the opportunity, the privilege, to make a difference in creating a world that works for all of us. It will require courage, audacity, and heart.
“It is much more radical than a revolution – it is the beginning of a transformation in the quality of life on our planet. You have the power to fire the shot heard ‘round the world.'” (2)
At that time I had no idea that I was a starseed and I wouldn’t have called myself a lightworker. The drive was there, the commitment, the yearning. But I knew nothing then of what I do now.
Archangel Michael told me in a personal reading on Oct. 2 that Werner is active in the world today and operates interdimensionally.
It was Werner who popularized the phrase “making a difference.” He popularized many words and phrases that have entered our common vocabulary and affected the way we see things today.
Getting it, getting off it, getting conscious, at cause, at effect, what you resist persists, conscious awareness, Everything/Nothing – a lot of what he said shaped my way of thinking perhaps more than anyone else I can think of save, perhaps, Sri Ramakrishna [and now, Michael].
And Werner and his work received the same disrespect that much of what we’re doing today does. No different then.
But what he said in this paragraph burned itself into my memory. We can choose to be audacious enough to take responsibility for the entire human family. The entire human family….
Take responsibility for: see ourselves as cause in the matter and our input as crucial. (3) My heavens, could I ever dream of such a thing? I can today.
We can choose to make our love for the world be what our lives are really about. Can we really? Can we be so big and live so boldly?
Each of us now has the opportunity, the privilege, to make a difference in creating a world that works for all of us. A world that works for all of us – is such a thing possible? Yes, when viewed from a higher level, which is where Werner was viewing things.
He saw that such a world could be; with the help of an invisible cast of millions, we’re now bringing it into being. A world that works for everyone, as he first said. A world that really works. We can do this.
(1) The databases can be found here: http://goldengaiadb.com/index.php?title=Main_Page
(2) Werner Erhard at https://wernererhardquotes.wordpress.com/2016/06/28/if-not-you-who-if-not-now-when.
(3) “Responsibility begins with the willingness to take the stand that one is cause in the matter of one’s life. It is a declaration not an assertion, that is, it is a context from which one chooses to live. Responsibility is not burden, fault, praise, blame, credit, shame or guilt. In responsibility, there is no evaluation of good or bad, right or wrong. There is simply what’s so, and the stand you choose to take on what’s so. Being responsible starts with the willingness to deal with a situation from the view of life that you are the generator of what you do, what you have and what you are. That is not the truth. It is a place to stand. No one can make you responsible, nor can you impose responsibility on another. It is a grace you give yourself – an empowering context that leaves you with a say in the matter of life.” (https://wernererhardquotes.wordpress.com/tag/responsibility/.)