Two Birds

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There were two birds at the bus stop just now. They seemed hungry and since I happened to have some pancake buns I threw a piece at them. One of them picked it up while the other made a loud noise as if saying, “Give it to me!” And the other bird did. I threw about three or more pieces and each time the one who picked it up gave it to his noisy companion. I spotted my bus, so I threw one last piece. I thought, “That’s yours. Eat it!” But as I stood up, I saw that it was given to the noisy bird again. As I think about it now, that bird was being a martyr. Self-sacrifice to the point where he must be starving himself. Those are birds, God. They do not know anything about “What you do for yourself, you do for another.”

Their souls do.

Animals have souls.

Well, let us just say that their souls are under my jurisdiction. I Am everything, remember? And that is not called self-sacrifice, dear one. That is called kindness, empathy, compassion, love.

But what about that bird who didn’t eat anything?

What about it?

It will die of starvation.

No, child. It won’t. It is called survival instinct. If that bird does not have a plan to die yet then it will try its darndest to survive. Once its companion is sated then it will probably forage for food for itself. And probably to its heart’s content and without guilt.

Everything has a purpose. So what’s the purpose, God?

That in a relationship, you may rely on someone for support. But keep in mind that each of you need to seek your own truths in order to live your purpose. None of you are beholden to the other to survive. You can make sure someone is provided for or is well, but you are not obligated to do this for the rest of your life. Otherwise–

You will be betraying yourself.

Yes. And once that happens, you will never live your purpose and experience the joy that I have bestowed upon you. I did not put you in this realm to suffer. Or worse, to serve another and suffer. To give joy to others, you have to have joy yourself. You will never have joy while you are always betraying yourself. What a waste of a lifetime.

Oops! My Bad! It’s Not A Hoax


My apologies to SP POWERGRID. This flyer is not a hoax. The contractor just called me and verified its authenticity. I apologised (Did I? Can’t even remember…Anyway. SORRYYYY!)

Am I embarrassed? Of course I am!



Not a Hoax

All of God’s Creatures

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Happy Fathers Day!


Animals must be free like we are free, correct God?

That is correct.

If we don’t have zoos or bird parks or animal parks or such places, then how are we to learn about animals and how to prevent them from going extinct if we don’t have such places?

Let Me answer that with another question–why is it that it is the animals that have to be brought to humans instead of the other way around?


Yes, oh. Animals are where they are (in their natural habitats) because they thrive there. That is what they know, love and understand. Humans are the ones who are able to move around independently, what with your transportation and vehicles. Is it not better to learn about your creatures when they are in their natural homes? Natural environment? Instead of creating it for them? Which will never fully replicate them. And as you say, these enclosures or cages of animals are supposed to teach you about preventing them from going extinct. But are they working? Are they preventing the dwindling numbers or extinction of your animals? Only you can answer these questions. I Am not telling you to destroy all your zoos and animal parks as of today. That will cause chaos in your environment. Always take baby steps. Step by step. Being aware that something is not working is the first step. Putting into thoughts solutions to the problem is another step. And each step may take years and years and years to create into reality. Being aware is a good enough start in taking care of your world.