Today, as you know, the Christian world celebrates Christmas, the birth of its savior, Jesus Christ. But what is a “savior?” Do you consider yourself a savior? Probably not.
“Only the voice of ego would see a difference of being the savior of the world and a street sweeper.” The Way of the Heart by Jayem
A few years ago we wrote a post about a real-life street sweeper, a man I knew from my childhood.
Every one of you reading this—no exceptions—was born to be a savior of the world.
Does that sound like a radical, ridiculous statement? We suppose it does. Nonetheless, it is true.
As you are aware, your world right now is in one hell of a mess, as some have put it. In some ways, that is true.
As we’ve said before, this is a time of great transformation. A time of many powerful changes. You can look at it from 2 different viewpoints.
In one it’s a pure disaster, the end of life as you know it. In the other it’s a blessing, perhaps well disguised.
All of you reading this have come to your planet at this momentous time to help your world through this transformation.
As you are aware, many humans are having a hard time navigating what appears to be a terrifying time—perhaps the end of the world. It is the end of the world as you know it. But it is also a new beginning.
You are here to help those of your sisters and brothers struggling, sad, and terrified. In a very real sense, you are their savior.
Any act of love or kindness you show others—even just one other—is a powerful force for good.
When you touch even only one other life with love and kindness, you create a ripple effect. Just as a small pebble thrown into a pond ripples out to change all around it.
This is what you do when you speak even a simple word of love or kindness to another.
You have become a savior of the world. Even if you are just a street sweeper.
Copyright © 2021 by John Cali and Berna Copray
Edited by Berna Copray
In this video from GENTRI they show us what it really means to be saviors of the world.
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