by Gayle Cue, Byron Bay, NSW
Sports ‘stars’ on steroids are paid millions. School teachers and nurses are paid barely more than minimum wage. Corporations can contribute millions to a politician’s campaign to ensure laws are passed that favour their business. Never mind that it is causing havoc on the planet. An undetermined, but large, percentage of Catholic priests were child molesters and yet they are not prosecuted. Tax laws favour the rich and disadvantage the poor. Mega-large ships trawl with nets that are wiping out the fish population. Japan pretends to slaughter whales for scientific research. China restricts freedom of the internet, amongst its many human rights abuses. The American presidential campaign is waged on a woman’s right to an abortion. Serge Benhayon is attacked by the media for presenting that self-love is healing for everyone… and that diet has an effect on your health. Yes folks, the world is out of whack.
I was overseas when the recent media attack began. I cannot tell you how shocked I was to read the stories or watch them on the internet. I have known Serge and his family for 12 years. I have been attending Universal Medicine lectures, workshops and courses for over a decade. I live in a small community where I am well known as a business owner, community volunteer, radio presenter, mother of four, friend; many have sought my counsel over the years.
I’m a child of the 60’s. That’s short hand for I’m into brotherly love and world peace. Like many of my generation, I have been searching for the key, for an answer… any kind of answer to the madness I see every day. In my quest, I have sat at the feet of nearly every guru that has passed through Byron Bay. I assure you they have almost all come here at some time in the past 25 years. I usually only lasted a session or two. There were a few who had something worthwhile to share and I stayed a bit longer. But no one had the answers to the big questions.
Then I met Serge in 1999. It changed my life. I finally could feel that there was more to this life than day-to-day to survival. But I kept dropping back, letting the momentum of my old lifestyle pull me back to whatever I was using to distract myself from the ‘something is missing’ feeling. But even if I was ‘too busy’ for several months running, I would keep checking back with whatever Serge was up to. The ‘work’ was changing. The crowds were growing. The venues were changing to accommodate the growing numbers. But Serge was always the same. The family was always there, working hard, setting up the chairs, setting up the microphone and speakers. And every time I asked a big question, he had an answer that made sense.
Over the years, I have interviewed Serge seven times on community radio. Fortunately, I saved the recordings because they are an incredible testament to what he has been saying publicly for a number of years. In 2011, it occurred to me that it was time to hear from some of the students of Universal Medicine. I conducted several interviews with local identities who are also students of Universal Medicine. These are people who are well respected in the community. They are active in a wide variety of business endeavours and come from a diversity of backgrounds.
Anyone who is interested in hearing these interviews or interested in the truth about Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine can listen to them from the comfort of their own computer. Just go to http://www.fieryservice.com.