President Roosevelt adds to his previous message.
December 25th, 2006
Santa Cruz, California
Received by FAB
I am here, Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
I want to discuss a statement I made in my last message I channeled through you. I said, “I remained a politician till the end, meaning that I approached life, and my own life, from this perspective.”
It is obvious that I really cared about my political responsibilities, and that I truly desired to benefit American society. That was clearly perceived by many.
What I meant in that statement is that my view of life never arose to a higher perspective than what my position required. There is nothing inherently wrong with being a politician, but it is a certain stance to life which usually does not help spirits to progress. That is because it is totally focused on earthplane considerations, and doesn’t allow for a higher, more spiritual approach.
This will eventually change in America. There will be a meeting of true spirituality with politics, but usually this does not occur. This is coming.
No, so far, politics has not been conducive to spiritual progress.