We Are All Accountable

We are all accountable. In recent times there has been an enormous increase in the number of people being held accountable for their actions -- Gaddafi, Bin Laden, Mubarak, Karadži?, Murdoch, officials in the Catholic Church who failed to protect children from abuse, business leaders involved in taking excessive bonuses or squandering people's money. You may feel, as I do, that there are many other people who have not yet been brought to account and that the process is too slow. But it is important to see the progress that has been made and to notice that more and more people are being held acountable.

I have been seeing and talking to angels since I was a baby. I see angels physically as I would see you standing in front of me. I see and talk to them every day. I know that for some people this sounds crazy -- your gut reaction may be to stop reading this now -- but I would ask you to suspend your cynicism for just a few moments and see if anything I am saying resonates with you.

God and the angels have shown me different futures for humanity. I haven't been shown just one future, I have been shown lots of different futures. Some are very good, and some, to be honest, I would not want to be around for. What happens will depend on how we play our part and the decisions that we all make.

I am told that this increase in accountability is a very positive sign. It is the first step in a huge clean up and a move toward a future where we can all live together in respect and peace; a future where there is no hunger and no war. To be honest, I get very frustrated at time; we should have evolved sufficiently to have no more hunger or war. Sometimes we are very slow to play our part and act as we need to. Many people see the current economic crisis as a disaster. It is, indeed, very tough for many people, but it is also a significant opportunity for us all to wake up, stand up and play our part. It is an opportunity for us to change the way we do things and create a better world.

Many people have yet to realize that this call to accountability includes each and every one of us. Recently, the CEO and owner of a company came to see me asking for my prayers. When the economy was booming his company had done very well but then they got greedy and had begun to falsify their tax returns. Like most people doing wrong, the CEO thought he would never be caught. The economy then started to decline and business became much tougher. Around the same time their lies and theft were discovered. The company is now under threat of bankruptcy. He came to me -- I think he viewed me as a last resort -- asking for me to pray to God and ask the angels that the situation would be resolved; that the deceit would be written off as human error. I pointed out his dishonesty and theft, but it was as if he wasn't listening to me. He saw himself as an innocent victim and certainly didn't believe he was accountable. He finished our conversation, having not heard one word I had spoken, saying, "Please keep on praying."

Some business people are continuing to deceive themselves -- to believe that they can continue to charge excessive prices for services or goods, or continue to defend bonuses that are multiples of other peoples annual income. Just because someone else is doing it does not mean you are exonerated. We are all accountable, and we will be held to account.

Many people in business, particularly men, are inclined to regard angels as silly or frivolous. Some people today have tried to trivialize angels and turn them into cuddly good luck charms who can deliver parking spaces. Have no doubt, angels are enormously powerful creatures, who come from God and who throughout history have been feared and revered.

God has given each of us -- regardless of our religion -- a guardian angel. It is the gatekeeper of our soul and it never leaves us for one moment. Our guardian angel's task is to help us to do what is right and to bring us safely home to Heaven.

Much as I hate to admit it, it is often easier to give into the temptation, to do wrong rather than do right. When we listen to our guardian angel we are more likely to do what is right.

If your response to the idea of having a guardian angel is one of total disbelief, I'd ask you to suspend your cynicism for a day. Acknowledge the possibility -- however unlikely you think it might be -- that you have a guardian angel, and ask it for help.

If more of us acknowledged and listened to our guardian angels the world would be a better place.

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Deeni 14th June 2012 1:46 pm

Dear Lorna,

Thank You for this message. I believe in Angels. They leave me messages in the form of numbers. Particularly on the clock. Lately, I have been seeing 222, 333, and 444. Quite often when I look up at the clock, I see whatever the hour is, and the minutes read 11. I know what they are telling me. It gives me a great deal of comfort to receive those messages.

From the inception of our mortgage, our mortgage company has been trying to take our home. We are in our 3rd year of litigation with them. They made a lot of mistakes, and they want us to pay for them, we are told there is no hope for us in court, because that is how the game is played. Apparently "We can't afford Justice".

We are being told, by our own lawyer, to ignore all of the laws they broke, pay them an extortion fee, and our misery will be over.

We plan to shine a big light on the darkness, and expose them. Our conscience suggests this is our only choice.

I wonder if I might impose upon you to pray for us, to give us the strength and courage to shine on?

Thank You,

: ))

StefanieN 14th June 2012 2:41 pm

Hi Lorna,
Nice to hear from you on the Spirit Library. I had been talking with 'voices in my head' for several years before reading your book - some voices were really loving and some not so, or nice one minute then really horrible the next. I became too worried to trust them and stopped talking to them. Angelic Spirit gave me several lessons to help me realise that it is better for me to be guided by just 'knowing', and not by voices, until my health improves and I am not so susceptible to negative spirits masquerading as guides or Angels. After reading your book I started asking my guardian Angel for help with all sorts of things and was amazed at how immediately the help came although she does not talk to me. I am in my 60's and have CFS/ME which is very isolating, but since accepting that I, like everyone else, must have a Guardian Angel I never feel alone. Thankyou so much.
Bountiful Blessings
Stefanie

jeniclark 17th June 2012 6:56 am

It is one thing to believe in angels, another to see them and walk with them in this lifetime. My daughter, now 6, has seen angels since she was a baby. She calls herself a "Blue Angel" and refers to a few others (some even strangers as "Blue Angels") here on earth, to save earth and to bring peace and light and love.
She is a beautiful child, both inside and out. She is stunning, ocean blue eyes, and long long hair. Humanitarian at heart. Insisting on cleaning up litter at TWO years old. Deeply connected to people who have very little, yet spirits as big as the universe (Haiti)She has SO Much love for earth.
Had to share from one angel to another...
With love...

k 17th June 2012 11:05 am

Deeni, the courts are corrupt. The powerful will win. It is a hard pill to swallow, but I have fought for what I thought was right twice, I studied the law in one case and the law was clear that my position was right, but that did not matter, the people the oil company supported won. Another case the big boys of a commodity trading firm won and I was charged $12,000 in court and their attorney's legal fees. This on top of what they stole from me to begin with. The legal system is terrible in this country. My recent treatment by law enforcement men with IQs less than 90, reenforces the understanding that there is no justice and you can be right in every aspect, but that does not matter. But, still there is a bit of a rebel in everyone of us that want to make things better, even if it costs us very dearly.

scott Elliott 17th June 2012 7:10 pm

Hi Lorna

What your are saying is indeed accurate, and quite in line with the shift that is taking place, however I would like to suggest that you refrain from using language like, " to be honest" or "I hate to admit"

These phrases are a distraction and bring to question who you are, rather than bring through your message.

Blessings

S. E. Kuenzel
author; In Love & Light Whisperings

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Lorna Byrne

Lorna Byrne has been seeing and talking to angels since she was a baby. With her family reared she decided to talk openly for the first time about what she has seen and learnt. This decision led to  her book Angels in my hair - first published in May 2008 - which has become an international bestseller. She lives quietly in rural Ireland.  

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