(Reuters) – Pope Francis made one of his strongest attacks on the global economic system on Sunday, saying it could no longer be based on a “god called money” and urged the unemployed to fight for work.
Something in that statement is making my soul uncomfortable. (It’s so uncomfortable I’m awake right now “talking” to God at 2:30 in the morning.)
What is making you uncomfortable, child?
My understanding is—the world should stop worshipping money so that the jobless can find jobs. Am I right?
Yes, you are right.
I still don’t understand.
If you do not understand, how can you expect the universe to understand.
The religion promulgates that money is evil. And then all of you are wondering why the unemployment rate is high? The purpose of earning a living is to earn money. But money is evil. Do you see the contradiction?
Yup. So our collective consciousness is making the universes confused.
Yes. How do you expect the universe to comply with what all souls desire with regards to abundance when the body and mind are confused with regards to abundance? If only the soul, body and mind, as one entity can accept that having abundance is very okay then everything will fall into place. I Am God, I have given you EVERYTHING in order for you to experience joy in this realm. What kind of a selfish god would I be if all I want all of you to do in this realm is suffer all the time?
No. I don’t believe You are that kind of God. So how? How do we solve this problem of unemployment and poverty.
You tell Me.
Okay. All souls must know that it is not divine to suffer as in being poor is not what God wants for us. In order to experience joy in this realm we are entitled to everything that it can offer and that includes money. Am I right?
But then some might abuse this. As in money might be worshipped as god.
Do you think they will find joy in that?
Joy is found in spirituality. And once joy is found, abundance will be found as well. The Divine Dichotomy here is that once a soul finds joy and abundance he will no longer “worship” as you call it, money. Trust Me in this.
I trust You. So the solution is—we have to change our mindset about money.
Yes. Practice what you preach, child.
I know.—Our collective consciousness is so powerful it can get us out of poverty. Or it can keep us in it forever.