"Life is not about knowledge it is about love"

Serge Benhayon An Open Letter to Humanity, Introduction

In our April Audio of the month we consider whether we try to own knowledge to compensate for shutting down our awareness. In this short presentation, Rachel Mascord who has a passion for science and cells, questions what kind of intelligence we are aligning to and why.

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Owning knowledge

If we try to own knowledge we are imprisoned by it and unable to know the truth.

"Animals listen to their body and do not live in disregard of it. Many, if not the majority of human beings will push their body beyond what it can take. As a follow-on and simple example it can be said that -- we eat more than we need and, not only do we eat far more than is necessary, we eat what we do not need … and that is putting it lightly!

Does real life, that is, the actual reality of how we live as human beings not tell the story of a waywardness that is so contrary to one’s true health it begs to ask the question – what is really going on? Who is really running the show?

Should we not ask why and how our currently accepted forms of intelligence do not include a deep level of self-care, self-nurturing and self-love?

Why is it considered intelligent that we can recall or remember data, formulas, events, etc so that it appears that we know in our minds about this or that, but not hold the same regard for what the body truly needs south of that brain?

It is very clear that what we know and can do in this world is deemed far more important than who we are. And the real state of our health shows how very wrong this tenure of thought is."

Serge Benhayon An Open Letter to Humanity, p 163

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