"To ponder on:
In our modern life the meaning of our well-being is a reflective comparison which is based on managing, reducing and or eliminating disease and illness. We have lost our true state of being. Most do not know what this is or what it truly means – to be well in one’s being. As such, well-being is not sought as a basis for a true life, that is, we don’t seek to be in the livingness of our fiery truth."

Serge Benhayon Teachings & Revelations for The Livingness, Volume III, ed 1, p 570


In this short audio Natalie Benhayon questions what we are comparing ourselves with to say we do not have ill-health, and if there is a bigger picture to consider if we look at what true health is.

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What is ill-health?

If we consider the entirety of our being, how healthy are we truly?

"If the meaning of well-being lowers its definition to one which will imply we are merely free of grave illness and disease, we are seriously lost in ignorance. Ignorance is therefore the illness in this case."

Serge Benhayon An Open Letter to Humanity, ed 1, p 88

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