TEACHING DELIVERED THROUGH
FRANCES MARIE KLUG
ON FEBRUARY 9, 1980

"CHANGE MUST BEGIN WITH YOU"

“How would you change the world?  Where would you begin?  What action would you take?  Who would you discuss it with first?  How much effort on your part do you think it would take?

First of all, if you thought gathering a crowd would be the first step, this would be your first mistake, for, to change the world would have to begin with yourself first.  You would have to be sure what changes need to take place, how much ability you had available to you to do the job, how much knowledge you could rely upon to conquer the obstacles, and most certainly, you would have to understand your own vulnerability to those who would not just question you, but who would rely upon your thoughts, your actions and your decisions; plus, never overlooking the responsibility of leading others or directing others is accountable to God, for though we are responsible to return to God our own Soul, we are responsible to God for the example we are to everyone else.

Changing the world begins with changing you.  You must be well-informed.  You must understand your own limitations, and you most certainly must be example; first, to show what the changes should not just reveal, but the solutions that must be arrived at, and the conclusions that must follow.

Sainthood as your Goal is one way to change the world.”

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