on Government

Solving the CONUNDRUM

29th December 2005 PM

through Helen Engel

There is a touch of irony in today's message. There is also a touch of humor and a touch of hope.

I have been considering for quite some time how to tell the people about life in the after-life. Many books have been written, and I want to tell them my aspect, what I see and observe from where I am located.

It is good to know that I am very comfortable at a high level of heaven's mansions. However, I do not stay at that level: I move about, just as I would move about if I were on earth today. I would go to a synagogue, and I would go to see the Rabbi, and I would go to a Buddhist group, and I would make myself at home with some Natives in America. I would listen to what they have to say.

The irony is that they are saying the same things that I am saying. It is a wonderment why, if the Natives, and the Buddhists, and the Rabbi all speak the same language as I do; that is, the thoughts are the same, then why is the situation on earth the way it is? It is a conundrum, for the leaders know what is right, and in the main, the leaders do what is right. So where has the connection been broken between the leaders and the followers?

Perhaps that is where the humor comes in. Are the leaders so far above the followers, that the followers do not understand them? Or do the followers prefer to walk their own path and ignore the leaders? Truly it is a conundrum.

What can we do about it? How is it possible for a group in a church, say 200 people, to listen to their leader and get behind him, and support him? Similarly, in the Government, when the President of a nation makes a proclamation or a statement, do the people make fun of him, and draw cartoons about him? And yet they voted for him. That is the humorous part.

Should a President be respected? Or is it that the President has lost the respect of the people? Truly it is a conundrum.

And what can we do about it? Have the people lost their senses? I do not think so. Have the people been educated? Again, I do not think so. Are the leaders honorable men and women? Perhaps not.

Perhaps that is the solution to the conundrum. The people have not been taught, and the leaders have not been truly and worthy of being leaders. Well, now we have an answer to the problem.

What will be the solution? Should we first educate the people, or should we first remove those who are not truthful and honorable, from positions of power? What would you do first? Truly, it is a conundrum.

Well, let us think about it. If we educate the people, then they will immediately recognize those who are untrue and unfaithful, and not honorable leaders. Then what will they do? Again we reach a conundrum, because when we vote for a President, the candidates have been chosen by someone who has no interest in America, nor in the American people. The candidate has been chosen by a very small group of outsiders.

Well, what is their interest? Their interest is themselves. Now we have another conundrum. How did this happen? What did we do in America, that allowed someone from somewhere else to take over our Government, and make laws that are not good for the people? This was a terrible mistake, and this may be the first step in the restoration of our Constitution, in the selection of honorable men and women into the Congress and the Senate, and into the education of all of the people.

What do you think? Are you ready to release those who have control over your money, over your health system, over your education system, over your highway system, over your natural resources, over your power supply? Are you ready to release those who have control over those elements of society, over and above your elected Government?

People of America, this is what must be done. This is the fly in the ointment. This is the reason why America has fallen down, and has fallen down very deeply.

And so we can solve the conundrum. We can remove those off-shore people - and they are only a few - and we can say to them, "Thanks, but no thanks. You have had your time, and it is time for you to leave."

And then the next step will be to bring in a President who will be heard, and who will be respected, and who will guide a Government for the benefit of the people, and for the benefit of America.

And then the people will be taught - taught about Government, taught about groups, taught about living compatibly together, taught about brotherly love, and the respect of other nations.

I throw this out to you to consider, and to ponder about, and as we speak further, you may be able to express yourself, tell someone in your community what you think, be a mouthpiece for Abraham Lincoln, be a mouthpiece for yourself, and your children, and your grandchildren.

I am very grateful to be able to bring this message to you today. You are my people, and I love you.


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