I spoke in this space last week about the fact that loneliness is the biggest social issue on our planet today. I said that we’ve been living in a world of increasing isolation, where extended families have been disappearing and the opportunities for closeness with others have been vanishing.
I have received quite a few requests for topics to discuss in the Weekly Bulletin and one that kept reoccurring over and over again in your requests was The Law of Attraction. "Please, Neale, could you explain how the principle of 'Attraction' works, from the CWG point of view?"
I've decided that I have to stop confusing the simple act of observation with negativity. Some people, in an effort to not "put any negative energy into the space,” refuse to say anything about anybody or anything that could be construed as being negative in any way.
As we seek, as a species, to address and to solve the multitudinous and ever-expanding political, economic, and social problems facing humanity, we are going to have to — if our attempt is sincere — shift the focus of our efforts.
If we think that humanity is headed in the wrong direction — indeed, in a dangerous direction — the first thing we must do is marshall all of our communications resources to convince the largest number of us (and, of course, our leaders) that humanity has a problem.
You cannot help but notice that all of my own answers to the questions from the prior three articles are based on the assertion that all human beings are manifestations of Divinity, expressing more and more of what Divinity is, and using “physicality” to do so
My dear friends... It's interesting to be me. I've just decided that. It's just plain interesting to be me. You know why? I wake up many mornings with the weirdest things in my head. This morning, for instance, at 4:20 in the morning I could not sleep another wink.
And so now here we are, already into the first week of the New Year. What a remarkable thing Time is. It moves so slow when we are waiting for something special, and it moves so fast when we are not looking.