Fly high

Fly high


The stubborn butterfly, which refuses to come out of the chrysalis so as not to embarrass her sister caterpillars, is not humble. It sins for being irresponsible according to the level of development it has achieved.

Those who can do more should do it, to better serve the community in which they participate.

If the central motive, however, is to gain wider personal benefits or prominence for oneself and close ones, the common good done can be corrupted into evil for the collectivity. In addition, the very motivation of concentrating resources, rather than distributing them, establishes a limitation on the individual’s present happiness, as well as attracts a tragic future to oneself and one’s life projects.

Fly, but fly for love of your fellow human beings, for the pleasure of being useful, for the satisfaction of generating good in the lives of your brothers and sisters in humanity.

Fly high, always remembering, however, that your flight is fleeting, like the flight of all butterflies, and that you will soon be called to account — perhaps sooner than you presume — for every service well, poorly or not provided (and its consequences), in the course of your very short stay on the physical plane of existence.


Message from Holy MARY

Intermediation of the Spirit Eugênia-Aspásia.

Medium: Benjamin Teixeira de Aguiar.

New Milford, CT, USA.

October 12, 2014.

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