FEBRUARY 15, 1984 AT 3:30 P.M.
“Each day, each human being acts, thinks, works and performs obligations, duties, habits, necessities, and uses the time for personal needs, and personal likes and even dislikes.
Everything that happens touches the Soul of each individual, because each portion, particle or minutest moment has in it a reflection of what the person is truly doing, intentionally or even unintentionally.
Man, because of the brain, the intellect, the will, capabilities, abilities, bears much responsibility in the use of each of these. In outward appearance what man does is only seen, felt or reflected to the physical, mental, but in reality, everything man does penetrates the Most Important Part of man, his or her Soul.
It is sad that the Soul cannot be seen; on the other hand, knowing the Importance of the Soul, and how It is oftentimes abused through negligence in sound moral values, in sound moral standards, in mockery of God, in hypocrisy, scandalizing the very privilege of God’s Great Gift to man, His Ten Commandments, to live by, to be guided by, to support everything God intended man to see in His Light, with obvious Purpose for these Ten Commandments to even be given.
We are told that Christ, Who instituted Christianity, was bitterly mocked by men of intelligence. As it is obvious now, it had to be obvious then: Christianity was and is based on God’s Ten Commandments.
If there was no Great Value to living, Great Purpose for human life, why would God take the time to give man His Rules to live by?
It is upsetting, disgusting, irritating, and even noticeably diabolical, when we see children unkind to each other, mean, cruel, hurtful, indifferent. How must adults really look when they too are this way, forgetting the honor and respect necessary for the dignity of man to show, to project?”