In the Prophecy “…if the light skinned ones choose the right road…” If you happen to be Asians or African by decent you are NOT exempt these
requirements just because you did not get a specific admonishment from The Creator on this. Remember the Warriors of the Rainbow will be from all corners of the world, all, colours, creeds, or classes… these warriors are united by their spirit and spirit has no colour. To walk the right road (sometimes referred to as the Red Road) means simply to live these virtues everyday; to make this who you are. I am going to say something now that will surprise you …It is far easier to live a life of virtue then not. Of all the paths you can choose to take in life, the Red Road is the easiest one to walk.
Those of us raised with the Judeo-Christian mind set struggle with this idea. We have been fed a mythology that asserts the nature of man as evil, weak and selfish. That virtuous living is an ongoing battle against demons, internal and external which is won by only a rare few, worthy of sainthood. What a load of crap!!!!! It is in fact, exactly the opposite. For
right minded people (not suffering from mental health issues) it is far easier to live a good (virtuous) life, then to deal with the consequences of living badly.
Imagine never having one of those “should I or shouldn’t I” dilemmas ever again, think of all the time and emotional energy you will spare yourself. When you live by a set of principles (walk your talk) people will always know what they can expect of you, more importantly YOU will always know what you can expect of you. This is what integrity means.
I was talking with a young felon and I said to him, “You think you’re a rebel because you break the law, but you are just another sheep conforming to the rules of the street. I am a rebel, I don’t obey anyone’s rules but my own, not the legal system, not the bible, not public opinion. I do what is right because it is right and for no other reason.”
You probably want to ask, “How do you know what is right?” I ask myself a couple of questions, first, will this action harm anyone? (the answer must be NO)... second, will this action leave the situation/person better off then before? (the answer must be YES).
Also if you have to ask yourself, "Should I?”…then you probably shouldn’t.
Next time we will be talking about the first virtue in the Grandfathers’ Teachings; the very important matter of Wisdom, without which one cannot make proper use of any of the Creator's gifts, including the Grandfathers' Teachings.
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