Walker wrote: ↑Sat Apr 21, 2018 3:27 pm
"Uneducated though the Master is, his conversation is enligh-
tened to an extraordinary degree. Though born and brought up in
poverty, he is the richest of the rich, for he has the limitless wealth
of perennial knowledge, compared to which the most fabulous
treasures are mere tinsel. He is warm-hearted and tender,
shrewdly humorous, absolutely fearless and absolutely true —
inspiring, guiding and supporting all who come to him."
The thing about the western man is that he has to realise that you don't need to have a PhD in order to ''know yourself''
The important thing is to ''know thyself'' ...first...and then all else will effortlessly fall into place as it should.
Academics are concerned with being someone, whereas the wise can be very creative and productive without having to apply that inner creativity and skill onto paper to prove their worthiness ... knowledge is already inbuilt within all of us equally that we are able to apply that knowledge and achieve just about anything we can think of.. putting it down on paper is just so that we don't forget what we already know...because we can be very forgetful, and is why all knowledge comes from a source that exists prior to our knowing of it, else we wouldn't know how to function or do anything. We are discovering ourselves only, the SELF that is already here before we discovered it.
Also, humans being gifted with a good pair of working hands has been our greatest asset so far. It's not so much to do with education, but all credit goes to the brilliance of consciousness that designed the hands in the first place..the hands that are able to write down our innate knowledge onto paper... we owe this intelligence to a higher reality, and we can tap into this intelligent consciousness because we are it.
But obviously we cannot ride a bike until we first learn the skills to ride the bike, but once we've mastered the skill, or any other skill in life, we then need to step up and serve humanity with our skills and do those jobs with pride and love and not feel like those jobs are just a means to make money and survive...and if we don't make as much money as we can then we will surely die..this mentality is doomed from the start, or even the mentality to say I'm more clever than you because I can do this and you can't, is doomed from the start...no, that's not the way forward, that sort of mentality causes segregation and competitiveness. . it's not good.
Are we willing to scrap money, and find a way to love going to work each day in the mindset of serving the whole of humanity and not just ourselves, or are we happy to continue to be competitive and be a slave to humanity for fear of lack, or fear of not being a someone in the world. When are we going to realise that we are immortal beings and that whatever it is we are doing at this present moment is just one of an infinite amount of experiences we are going to experience in eternity.
I don't think we are ready for that level of intelligence yet.