Talk:Predictions of the Prophet Jeremia

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Nestor listens said ...

Reading "Kelch der Wahrheit", and especially since I have begun reading the Book of Books, "OM", my life has taken on True meaning and purpose as never before. I cannot say that it has become easier, but I have never sought ease and, being an immigrant, my meeting more good people than bad, I finally begin to see the Truth and strive all the more to love my neighbor and to forgive. Anyone willing to submit to logic, facts, truth, knowledge, and wisdom - to serve and give rather than exist with the self-destructive desire to receive - will admit Mr. Meier is a true Teacher and a Light shining in the growing darkness. Only one thing saddens me: that my family for the most part has left me so alone. And the ones who were once the closest to me have withdrawn from me though I am disabled. In the self-righteous name of religion. But, if anything, I am energized and more determined than ever before, and love them all the more. Adversity energizes me, I am an inexorable supporter of Creation and of Mr. Meier. My advice to those who remain clouded by doubt: 1. Learn the German language as you read the book "OM". 2. Compare the Spirit Teachings therein with any other book published, including the Christian Bible. 3. Then see if you will also free your own self from religion or any other form of faith and embrace freedom, facts, truth, knowledge, and wisdom as presented in OM. Regardless of the path you choose, I and everyone like myself will respect you and love you. After all, the same tiny fragment of Creation lives forever in us all and will always, always connect us to one another, in this life and the others to come. Forever. May peace and Creation's Love continue to bind us. From Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Nestor

--Nestor listens (talk), Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 06:55, 12 August 2013 (CEST)

Nestor listens said ...

Reading "Kelch der Wahrheit", and especially since I have begun reading the Book of Books, "OM", my life has taken on True meaning and purpose as never before. I cannot say that it has become easier, but I have never sought ease and, being an immigrant, my meeting more good people than bad, I finally begin to see the Truth and strive all the more to love my neighbor and to forgive. Anyone willing to submit to logic, facts, truth, knowledge, and wisdom - to serve and give rather than exist with the self-destructive desire to receive - will admit Mr. Meier is a true Teacher and a Light shining in the growing darkness. Only one thing saddens me: that my family for the most part has left me so alone. And the ones who were once the closest to me have withdrawn from me though I am disabled. In the self-righteous name of religion. But, if anything, I am energized and more determined than ever before, and love them all the more. Adversity energizes me, I am an inexorable supporter of Creation and of Mr. Meier. My advice to those who remain clouded by doubt: 1. Learn the German language as you read the book "OM". 2. Compare the Spirit Teachings therein with any other book published, including the Christian Bible. 3. Then see if you will also free your own self from religion or any other form of faith and embrace freedom, facts, truth, knowledge, and wisdom as presented in OM. Regardless of the path you choose, I and everyone like myself will respect you and love you. After all, the same tiny fragment of Creation lives forever in us all and will always, always connect us to one another, in this life and the others to come. Forever. May peace and Creation's Love continue to bind us. From Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Nestor

--Nestor listens (talk), Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 06:55, 12 August 2013 (CEST)

Jamesm said ...

Nicely written Nestor. I've not read the OM yet but will get around to it one day of course. I'm currently reading The Psyche. Thanks, James.

--Jamesm (talk), 20:24, 18 August 2013 (CEST)