Truly Living The Golden Rule
I have said, and it is so: I am as near as your very heartbeat.
I am Esu Immanuel Sananda, named “Jesus” by Dark ones on your place many years after my departure. I come in the Radiance of God-Aton. I come in Service to that Being, and unto the greater good of The Creation, within all Universal Laws.
The Laws are put forth for the greater good of The Whole, within balance. The universal order is Perfection. Balance is restored whenever there is disorder.
From chaos is formed the separation of that which causes the chaos. Balance is easily achieved by insisting on life within the Laws as laid forth for the betterment of all—the evolvement ever upward in the spiral motion of movement toward Source.
Source is benevolent. Source is unbending Light. Source is.
To personalize anything in this period of sequence is to error, for it marginalizes, it narrows, it restricts, it reduces the significance as applied to The Whole. This is one reason why the Golden Rule is so important. By this I mean to treat your neighbor as you would be treated—to do, literally, unto others as you would have them do unto you.
When the shoe is on the other foot, the “doing unto” becomes most important! I believe you see my meaning. One must always measure actions against the backdrop of this question: “Who or what is being served by this action?”
If the answer comes back: “Why, self is being served.” Then you know the Golden Rule is not being applied.
When the answer becomes: “Others are being served.” Then the Golden Rule applies.
You hear the phrase “random acts of kindness”. The Kuala Lumpur newspaper even had an entire column devoted to reporting such actions—a very noteworthy example of reporting, I might add. When “random acts of kindness” become integrated into everyday activity, without thought or predisposition or planning, then you are getting there.
It does not take long, particularly in the location of Southeast Asia, to come across many opportunities for practicing “random acts of kindness”.
And do not always think in terms of practicing kindness with money. Using money to practice kindness is all too often the easy way out—the coward’s way out, truly.
Esu “Jesus” Sananda
This reproduction is from an actual photograph taken on June 1, 1961 in Chichen Itza, Yucatan, by one of thirty archaeologists working in the area at the time. Esu Sananda appeared in visible, tangible body and permitted his photograph to be taken.
Giving of self is the greatest gift of all. Giving love by serving others selflessly is the measure of the person—and that is measured by action.
We of the Host seem illusive. We seem remote. We seem distant.
No. We are with you. We observe and we are dismayed by the manner in which your physical world functions at this historical sequence.
If you who are in the physical cannot live the example, then what hope is there for your brother or your sister? It is by the teaching example of “love in action” that growth occurs. Call it Karma Yoga if you want to.
Some years back Bob Dylan sang a song titled something like “You Gotta Serve Somebody”. ’Tis true.
Always let your thoughts, your words, and your actions reflect truly the service you intend to project. The reflection of service is ever recorded. And when the day comes to view the reflection, may it show the Light of your connection to Source.
May the life you save be your own. May the service you bring create joy and thanksgiving.
Let every day reflect thanksgiving, for it is in the giving and the re-giving that the thanks shall return to self.
Self shall not want when demonstrating the perfect reflection of God’s Light.
Hold it in your heart and be at peace, for each new day brings the possibility for growth and change—and a future worthy of Life itself.
I am Sananda, One with Our Father. Salu.