The Moral Law.
January 9, 2008
Santa Cruz, California
Received by FAB
I am here, Jack London.
It has been such a long time since I lived on earth, and I have changed in some ways, while remaining the same in other ways. I am exactly the same in my passionate commitment to human welfare.
Over here, there are many more opportunities available to those seeking the betterment of humanity, both on earth and in spirit. In fact, because of the urgent critical nature of how things are going on earth, there has been a corresponding surge in spirit activity directed toward earth realities.
We all see the dilemma so clearly, and we are taking corresponding steps to alleviate the problem. The process which you call globalization can only go so far. It, like every other human reality, is subject to moral law, and when this law is broken, as it has been continually in this system, it calls forth a response from the Creator, or, as some prefer to think, from the universe.
This response operates under different configurations. So, for example, whereas mortals engaged in this system act by the motive of greed and financial profit, regardless of the consequences to their fellow humans, the moral law works to bring back to these cruel people the very realities they have created, in a form consistent with the nature of this abuse.
This law is sometimes perceived by mortals as working too slowly, if at all. But regardless of the different time frame, the law does work - indeed, it must, since the definition of a law is that it must operate according to its own nature, given to it by the Creator.
My point is that THIS MORAL LAW IS INEVITABLE, and it would be good for all mortals to understand this law and its inevitable consequences. And let me add that if people are ignorant of this law, it makes no difference, because it will work anyway.
Jack London (January 12, 1876 – November 22, 1916), was an American author who wrote The Call of the Wild and other books. A pioneer in the then-burgeoning world of commercial magazine fiction, he was one of the first Americans to make a lucrative career exclusively from writing. (Source: Wikipedia)
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