by Alison Moir, UK
Since meeting Serge Benhayon nearly 10 years ago, my life has become more enjoyable, less complicated, and I no longer have this feeling that there is something missing in my life. There was always a part of me that I was holding back, that stopped me from being the real me. I could feel I was doing this, but never really understood why.
This made everything a struggle and a feeling of having to get through life.
Through Serge’s consistent love and relentless patience, I have been able to understand and clear all these things that have held me back.
I am now a more open and honest person (honest with myself) and I can now see that reflection, in how others are with me. The hurt and blame that I used to hold against others is no longer there. The complications I put in the way are no longer given energy.
I now wake up with a feeling of joy, instead of the feeling of the anxiousness of the day ahead.
So I say to any journalist who wants to jump on the bandwagon of sensationalism, did you research the facts and write from a true understanding of Serge’s work?
Is it a crime for someone to be willing to stand up and reflect that there is love in us all, and that we can all connect to that if we choose?
Not for me, it is the best thing that has happened to me in my 56 years.