The Short Pitch says it all. More from the Urantia Book, You know how I do it; I open the book and whatever page it lands on is where I read from. This way, the word is truly led by the spirit. And then there is the honoring of a King, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. January 15th was his Bearthday, and we celebrate his life and legacy. And of course, there is YOU! This show is for you, too.
This Week's Theme from a poem by The ORACLE. pg 91, The Oracle Speaks...just because
FACING THE DEMONS
Facing the demons means being honest with yourself. It simply means not telling yourself the lies you've repeated year after year, moment after moment, time after time.
Facing the demons isn't about self glorification. It's about self ratification. You being you. Who you are no longerthe issue or subject of major concern.
Facing the demons acknowledges the past, accepts the present and hopes for a future. Deciding to refresh and renew the spirit you've become, while drawing from the spirit you were.
Facing the demons takes strength. A sense of self preservation that knows ultimately that your strength lies in the weaknesses of the demons, because they are your own.
Facing the demons isn't a punishment, it's a gift. It's an opportunity for complete freedom. To allow your self to be the free you G-D meant you to be.
Facing the demons means recognizing the "real you" for truth. Accepting the true reflection, not the fun house distortion, and laughing even still.
Facing the demons is about loving the demons, embracing the demons, naming the demons, then letting them go..
So you see, facing the demons isn't as difficult as it seems, sinnce facing the demons means facing yourself.
Let's face the demons together.