There was a time in history … and not so long ago when the printed newspaper stood for something unique and virtuous, something steeped in integrity, a medium that carried real merit through the hard work and talent of dedicated people genuinely seeking to accountably report the truth in the most objective way possible and wherever necessary expose the lies – a truly grand and noble service to the public.
So where have those ‘Times’ gone?
Perhaps the slander and lies like those found in various articles of late, making blatantly false allegations about Serge Benhayon, his family and Universal Medicine are rooted in the bitterness that the modern newspaper has long reached its zenith and is now on the steady decline leaving a desperation so charged that it has turned reporters into scurrilous fabricators of the pen.
What I do know is that we have somehow come to generally understand the rubbish in our media (TV, internet, magazines, blogs and so on) as normal and acceptable mainstays of life and something that we have no control over or say over because it’s just the out-of-control Internet. I heard someone even mention the other day that the article on Serge Benhayon wasn’t so bad because it was only on the Internet and had not yet gone to print!
Do words have less meaning if they are on the Internet? Does their meaning change, carry less weight, not affect people as much, attack at their fears and vulnerabilities less if it is written online?
The real story here is that we have lost integrity in word. And we have lost integrity in word because we have lost connection to who we are.
And how incredibly ironic, that the attacks squared at Serge Benhayon, an extraordinary man if you have the privilege to research him or get to know him, are against a one (and not ‘the one’) who has dedicated the latter part of his life to living that integrity in word and beyond. Without exception, all Universal Medicine modalities offered and taught including esoteric chakra-puncture, esoteric breast massage, esoteric body work and true movement are born of this same absolute integrity and commitment to truth.
Is not our health in question when we question the one man that seeks to highlight the fact that our health is in question? How extraordinary.
by Dean Pirera, Australia