Private and central banks closing, multiple trains derailing, farms being shuttered – things could not get more real short of … let’s not go there.
In the midst of this, I now understand the Mother’s wish that we seek our daily bread from you, the reader: The direction of the times right now has to be shifted towards sharing, given the hard times approaching. (1)
We need “occasions” to kickstart us back into a generosity we may have lost decades ago. (2) The Mother means for us at GAoG (and others like us) to provide the occasion and the reason to relight that flame in our hearts.
You and I know that divine times await us after the Reval and the start-up of NESARA. “Abundance for all,” Matthew Ward called it. (3)
But the ordinary person doesn’t know that and will only get it from us financially-tenuous anons and alternative news outlets – podcasts, video, and print.
In order to survive – but also in order to kickstart that “new economy” of generosity – we appear before you to seek our sustenance.
We know it’s the Mother’s wish that we do so. Since I’ll be serving as a pipeline later, I can see its usefulness in helping me rid myself of financial vasanas (or core issues) that appearing before you draws up in me.
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(1) Matthew Ward suggested we might return to bartering temporarily during exactly this time:
“We can assure you that, after the temporary tumultuousness, there will be abundance aplenty for all! In the meantime, exchanging goods and services is an excellent way to deal with money shortages, and it is heartening for us to see how many are benefiting from a return to the bartering that once served humankind well, until unbridled greed entered a few dark minds.” (Matthew’s Message, Sept. 24, 2008.)
(2) I’d place the disappearance of generosity to coincide with the first, automation-created jobless recovery in the Recession of 1982-3. The growth movement vanished, seemingly overnight, similar to the impact of Covid repression.
The attitude of the times, after that, was well-represented by journalist David Olive, who wrote nearly a decade later:
“Stop finding yourself, pal: It’s time to get back to work — if you still have a job, that is. … Social Darwinism is respectable again. … He who hesitates is lunch.” (David Olive, “The New Hard Line,” Report on Business Magazine, Oct. 1991.)
This attitude of business Darwinism contributed to bringing us to this impasse and depriving our children of a future in business and commerce.
(3) Matthew’s Message, ibid.