Making sense of life

I first came across Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine in November 2014. From this moment on I realised and felt deeply that I had finally found the truth in why we are all here. I could never figure out what the purpose was behind life in general, I just knew that there had to be more. A much bigger picture, which really made sense, was now beginning to unfold for me.

I became aware very quickly that if I did not learn to deeply care for and love myself then I also was a part of the problem that humanity was in. I say problem because I have no other way of describing what is going on; humanity is not exactly in a great place. Let’s start with the ongoing and new wars being created on a seemingly regular basis, which all stems from control, intolerance, greed, corruption, deception and lack of trust.

Each of us in our own way has this stuff, this turmoil, going on inside, but on a much smaller scale. So dealing with my old stuff – that kept rearing its ugly head and derailing me – has been one of the greatest gifts that I could ever give to myself.

One of the key gifts I received through all of this was learning to throw judgement and comparison out the window. I cannot express strongly enough how doing this (and I am by no means a master of this as yet) has given me a sense of joy and appreciation for who I am and for what I can now offer others.

I have often heard people say over the years, “oh I wish something would change, the world is in such a terrible mess…” Well the news is, it is up to each and every one of us; we are the change and the sooner we all take responsibility for our own part, the sooner we will see it.

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  • By Annie Mack

  • Photography: Clayton Lloyd