Oregon, US of A
Monday, July 30, 2018


“Why waste words upon one who cannot perceive the meaning of what you say?”  [UB, 1440:04]

Thought Adjuster: “It is very hard for anyone to speak their heartfelt truth when it falls on deaf ears.  It leaves one with a painful feeling of being misunderstood and lessens the desire to go out on a limb again, since it seems that that limb failed to support the weight of personal truth, thus causing a painful crash to the ground of harsh realities.

“Yet, no matter how misunderstood you may feel, it is still very important for your emotional, mental, and physical wellbeing that you find an outlet for your heartfelt truth.  Truth is a living entity that needs to flow freely in the great mental outdoors in order to thrive.  Whenever it is repressed, it loses its vibrancy and withers away.

“No matter how little others may be interested in what you have to say, stick to the truth rather than twisting it to be popular.  Popularity is not the standard by which truth should be measured.  Rather, truth should be assessed by its resonance—in both your heart and your mind.  Truth devoid of goodness and beauty has nothing in common with the Divine Truth. 

“Do not get discouraged whenever your peers fail to appreciate your statements of truth, as much depends on their soul maturity and the love and compassion they arbor in their heart.  Time is both your ally and your enemy.  Indeed, nothing is static and life provides everyone with ‘heart-stopping’ and ‘heart-rebooting’ moments that eventually lead them to revisit and humbly revise their belief systems.

“It takes courage to speak your truth.  It takes courage to live your truth.  It is indeed character building in many ways.  Come to Me whenever you feel misunderstood and be assured that you always have My undivided attention and that I will find ways to provide you with valuable feedback—be it through My subtle leadings or through the enlightened words of some of your peers that I can use as spontaneous and uninhibited truth revelators.”