May 5th-8th, 2003
Santa Cruz, California
Received by F.A.B.
I am here, Richard Rodgers.
We are very mindful, Oscar Hammerstein and I, of your great love
for what we did on earth. Your perception is true - when we came
we were blessed beyond our wildest dreams. And this is because our
Our journey has taken us to many different places of reconciliation.
in our hearts the desire to bring together people of all different
backgrounds and show them that in one sense, we are all the same.
Music is to us one of our greatest joys.
May 8th, 2003
We gave you the other day a very strong impression regarding our
"You'll Never Walk Alone." We had always thought it is
quite special, and we
saw that you felt the same. The paragraph you channeled (for it
channeled) expressed your feelings, though they were not wholly
your mind. [This paragraph follows this message.] Of course, we
were not the
ones to bring them out - it was another spirit who has equally honored
we did on earth. It is the will of God that this song, and the words
channeled, be generally known to the world. Many, like you, have
comfort from it, and Oscar and I both felt that something special
occurred when we wrote it.
We deeply appreciate the infectious enthusiasm with which you admire
accomplishment. God honors what we did, and desires that our work
is using you to help in this effort.
It is no coincidence that your job in upper Manhattan in New York
near where we grew up. These sorts of arrangements are like a divine
puzzle where all the pieces fit.
If you knew how much Celestial power is being exerted on your behalf
regard to your musical career, you would see how silly it is for
you to have
any negative feeling whatsoever. So work on removing all doubts
Know that the Celestial Kingdom understands that your music honors
therefore It will honor you, as the law decrees. I think you suspected
but I want to make it conscious so that you be completely at peace.
have faith in us - for I am a Celestial Angel.
With love, Richard Rodgers
May 7th, 2003
Channeled paragraph about "You'll Never Walk
Many think of this song as a lovely Broadway ballad, but I think
of it as a manifestation of God, and one of the most extraordinary
things we have ever had. Many times in my life I was tossed and
turned, and didn't know where to turn for help. But I turned to
this song, and it always brought me comfort and hope. It is one
of the things I hold most sacred. I'd like to thank Rodgers and
Hammerstein for doing God's Holy Will.