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Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Why not isolate ourselves and share experiences? - Archangel Samuel

Let the sweet be sweet, but different in its sweetness. For the bullet is different from the cake, although both are sweet, just as honey is different from sugar, although both of them suck life.

The sweetness of life is one, though each with its own special spice: just as chocolate has its unmistakable sweetness of being, every human has his humanity, albeit in different forms, customs, tongues, and tastes. Every human with his spice, though all with the same essence of God in their hearts.

That your favorite candy is yours, but that you allow yourself to feel the sweetness of life in your daily contacts, because how would you know about the best candy without experiencing them? How to know your own humanity without confronting it, without experiencing other humans?

It is in the contact with each other that they are great, that they are masters of themselves, that exchange the experiences that enrich them. It is in the contact that can be Love and experience the true Love: one who does not judge, does not impose and accept with respect.

The sweetness of life is not in isolation, but in the human being in his own humanity. Not to feel the sweet and each with its special seasoning, for the sweetness of life is in experience, not in solitude.

There are sweets sweeter and even bitter sweets. But how could we talk about sweets if we do not know them? How can we speak of humanity if we do not feel it in the exchange of looks, favors, experiences?

May life be sweet, but may we exchange our bitter with those who may give us other sweet things.

Be in peace, my children.

I am Archangel Samuel, the one who comes to tell you about Unconditional Love.

Messenger: Thiago Strapasson – Jul 20, 2016.

Text revision: Angelica T. Tosta and Solange Yabushita.
Translation : Patricia Nogueira