An American President’s Idealism.
December 20, 2006
Santa Cruz, California
Received by FAB.
I am here, Woodrow Wilson.
I am new to you as a channeling spirit, but I know you greatly admire my accomplishments as president. Well, those years held great joy and promise, as well as bitterness and defeat. As soon as physical paralysis set in, my life could never be the same again.
I knew I was right to champion the League of Nations. I felt it was a thing of destiny, and I had a great sense of a higher purpose for America. This was sincere on my part. When death came, I did feel that I had tried my best to represent something good and of value. As I see it now, my despair when America moved away from world leadership, was unwarranted, not just because world leadership eventually did come, but more importantly, because God always had a plan, which had been working from the beginning. In this plan, America does play a central role. This is not chauvinism on my or your part (since I know you share this view as well); it is the truth. But human nature and American wealth being what they are, there has been the impediment of greed, with all its disastrous consequences.
So I am with you tonight to join my voice to those of other spirits who were American, to say that the good will prevail in America, and the greed component will change to love and caring.
On a personal note, let me say that, though this present situation is uncomfortable, it is only temporary, and there will be a happy outcome. A whole new life awaits you, one in which, as you have often been told, all your dreams will come true.
Thomas Woodrow Wilson (December 28, 1856 – February 3, 1924) was the 28th President of the United States. The consensus of presidential experts ranks him in the first or second tier of best presidents, in a 1982 poll it ranked him sixth out of thirty six presidents, and in a 2000 poll it ranked him sixth again out of forty one presidents. (Source: Wikipedia)