Beloved one, would you like a story? There are in your holy Scriptures what have been known as parables, the stories that I often told to illustrate various points, because, as you know — and it is still true in this day and time—a story can be remembered more easily than a whole lecture. Often there is a tendency of the mind, no matter how good the lecture is and no matter how powerful the speaker, there is a tendency for the mind to wander, but a story is easy to remember. I will tell you a story, a story that is not in your Scriptures.
Beloved one, I will continue with my life story. It was most enjoyable to have some time with Mary—Mariam—before I began to know the guidance to teach, to share. I did not just come back from India and Tibet and begin my “ministry”.
Beloved one, I know that sometimes when you look out around you, you see unrest in the world. Many of the actions of the brothers and sisters may seem unloving, arising from the belief in separation, a belief in the need for power and a need to defend self and ancient beliefs.