A Global Perspective.
September 4th, 2008
Santa Cruz, California
Received by FAB
I am here, Jesus.
You feel we have been too extreme in our criticism of the system. You have read that there are some corporations who actually do provide for their employees. So how can that be bad?
I was referring to the effect it has on the poor. I know you desire clarity, as you don’t agree with what I said. What I meant is that there needs to be a fundamental restructuring of priorities. Let me go into more detail.
The Bible presents the theme over and over that the spiritual path must engage with justice for the poor and the unfortunate of the earth. The way the forces are now aligned, there is a disproportion in favor of the rich and against the poor. This is what we see, that, as the old cliche says, the rich get richer, and the poor get poorer. This has reached a stage where the disparity is unprecedented.
Then, you say, what about those corporations that do succeed in caring for their workers? In your mind, this is a good thing. I am referring to a global perspective. The reality is that the system in place in your country affects the whole planet in every conceivable way. The Bible says, as you do to the least of these, you do it to me.
Then, you counter that those who benefit from positive corporate policies are also people, and are equally loved by God, and that is, of course, true. Now you are feeling that you mischanneled in this regard, but you did channel correctly.
There are many people who are trying their best to make a difference for the good. What I am referring to is the basic setup, the way it is structured.
I can read your thoughts. You are thinking that you are simply perpetuating mischanneling in this message, but I assure you that these are my thoughts, not yours. You are not justifying your own mistakes; you are receiving my thoughts.