Another powerful message from Melanie Beckler to uplift & help us with our spiritual growth.
Infinite Blessings of Divine Love, Light, Peace, Gratitude, & Abundance to All of You, Steve
The Supreme Personality of God As for what you call, in your society, “work”—such a concept does not exist in most HEB (highly evolved beings) cultures. Tasks are performed, and activities are undertaken, based purely on what a being loves to do, and sees as the highest expression of Self. N.D.W. That’s super if one can do it, but how does the menial labor get done? The Supreme Personality of God The concept of “menial labor” does not exist. What you would label as “menial” in your society is often the most highly honored in the world of highly evolved beings. HEBs who do the daily tasks that “must” be done for a society to exist and to function are the most highly rewarded, highly decorated “workers” in the service of All. I put the word “workers” in quotes here because to a HEB this is not considered “work” at all, but the highest form of self-fulfillment. The ideas and experiences that humans have created around selfexpression— which you’ve called work—are simply not part of the HEB culture. “Drudgery,” “overtime,” “pressure,” and similar selfcreated experiences are not chosen by highly evolved beings, who, among other things, are not attempting to “get ahead,” “rise to the top,” or “be successful.” The very concept of “success” as you have defined it is foreign to a HEB, precisely because its opposit —failure—does not exist. N.D.W. Then how do HEBs ever have an experience of accomplishment or achievement? The Supreme Personality of God Not through the construction of an elaborate value system surrounding “competition,” “winning,” and “losing,” as is done in most human societies and activities—even (and especially) in your schools-but rather, through a deep understanding of what real value is in a society, and a true appreciation for it. Achieving is defined as “doing what brings value,” not “doing what brings ‘fame’ and ‘fortune,’ whether it is of value or not.”
"Conversations with God" Neale Donald Walsch