Oh so beautiful, Judy.

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On a cold and wet November evening whilst posting a letter, I was approached by a young man. He smiled and pointed to his ears to show me he had no hearing ability and I observed his movements without any sense of concern despite being a lone female on a dark road. He then handed me a piece of paper to read.

I put my glasses on and read the note as he stood before me and I could feel an urgency he was trying to convey. But as I stood still and read the note, I realised it was at odds with what I felt in him.

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Oh, Bina, what a wonderful letter to God. So beautiful it really is.

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Dear God,

I am ready to give you a laser update here from earth about the incredible man you sent at this moment in time called Serge Benhayon.

I know you KNOW everything but it is important I say it as it is.

First – As you know I did not even like the sound of your name. It disturbed me and I got very confused as there were simply too many people banging on about what you were, what you did and what you are all about. Well, thanks to Serge Benhayon and what he presents, that has all changed now.

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Another inspiring parable,Joel. I love the true and clear messages you always give.

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It’s 1000 BCE and the tribe living across the mountains is considering its future. It was a simple village that lived in harmony with the seasons and each other. Everyone in the village took responsibility for themselves but was also generous in their support of others. They knew that life had meaning when it was lived in connection to the ‘all.’ An onlooker would have called this balance between the practical and energetic elements a ‘religious way of life.’

But change was afoot…

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Oh what a joyful feeling I got when I read your blog,Carmel. The body knows !

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I recently moved to the other side of the world to be with my new partner who interestingly, actually came from the same area I’d been living in for 30 years in the UK! Our courting was based on a few brief meetings at events in Australia, and continued on Skype for a year. Since then we’ve been physically together six months and have recently bought a house together.

Choosing a house was tricky at first because we didn’t know exactly what money we had until I transferred what I had from the UK, but once that was done we knew the maximum we could afford and we looked at houses up to that price. The trouble was everything we looked at had something missing according to our personal tick box, and the ‘perfect’ houses always seemed to be just above what we could afford.

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Thankyou, Melinda for such a beautiful blog. I will always look on flowers in this way now.It has brought light into my day.

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There is power in delicateness, and we feel this when we are moved by the beauty of a flower.

The beauty of a flower lies in its delicateness. The tender petals, often tissue thin, the tiny stamen, and the arrangement of the petals that seem to barely hold together.

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The clinic must have a big smile on it’s face. What grace to clean the building with such joy, and conscious presence, Raegan, and that this comes naturally from you.

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Not so long ago I was involved in a big house clean. For context, I live in UniMed Brisbane’s heritage listed stately home (usually called a Queenslander), which basically means it is a 2 story dwelling, made from timber, that has large balconies that surround the majority of the home. It is a large building covering around 1000m2 of living area, including over 10 rooms and is all white, so invariably twice a year requires a clean as part of its upkeep.

Unimed Brisbane Clinic Unimed Brisbane Clinic

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Thankyou, Dragona, for the most beautiful and profound letter to your body which brought tears to my eyes and such a feeling of resonance of how I used to treat my body and how much I have grown to love it. I will always treasure your loving words that echo what we all feel.

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Photograph by Iris Pohl. “The body is the marker of all truth.” (Serge Benhayon) Photograph by Iris Pohl. “The body is the marker of all truth.” (Serge Benhayon)

September the Nineteenth in the Year Two Thousand and Sixteen, London, United Kingdom

Dear Body,

There has been no other like you who has stuck with me through thick and thin, never to give up on me, yet ironically the very one I had used and abused like I would no other!

Who else would down those small or copious amounts of alcohol, a substance defined by our very own scientists as poison, and force it onto the liver, your sweet organ of harmony, whilst you patiently kept processing the killer substance? No other kind would do this. And yet we (I) call ourselves an intelligent species.

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Truly beautiful, humbling and inspiring.What a wonderful awakening this is.

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In 2003 I started a career coaching company and worked as the only employee.

The company did very well, particularly if you looked at the turnover and the ‘front end’ of the company. The turnover grew each year, marketing and sales were doing great and the company was able to do business with small and big companies, building on innovative propositions and good perception management.

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Oh Michael what a wonderful blog that made my heart sing.

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True family is a phrase often used fraudulently and not applied in its fullest sense. However, in the core of what true family stands for, lies the key to returning society to its joyous and harmonious state.

My first sense of true family was sitting down to eat dinner with Serge Benhayon, his wife Miranda, his three out of four children present at the time – Curtis, Michael and Natalie – and his ex-wife Deborah. YES – Ex-wife.

Myself (Michael Brown) and Miranda Benhayon, Vietnam 2010 Myself (Michael Brown) and Miranda Benhayon, Vietnam 2010

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Oh what a joy to read another wonderful truthful writing from you ,Joel . Thankyou for always warming my heart with the beautiful way you express these truths in such a simple accessible way with gentleness and wisdom.

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I wanted to belong to life so I looked around at what was on offer.

“Join me” . . .  said the sporting club, we will cheer for you and you for us, we will leave it all on the field and you will learn to be your best. So I joined and belonged to everyone – but not to me.

“Join me” . . . said the religion of my parents, we will eat, drink, pray together; you will be part of a community that has thousands of years of history to belong to. So I joined and belonged to the community – but did not belong to me.

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