About Deliberate Mistakes


31 October 2017 Tuesday 7:12am

…There was a heck of a thunderstorm during dinner last night. Something tells me it’s the same old story. How in the world can one enjoy one’s sustenance and let it be beneficial for one’s body when only judgements are coming out of one’s mouth? Not to mention spoiling the appetite of those dining with you. Dinner should be about love and pleasantries, yes?

Hate doesn’t choose any particular time and place, my dear.

I don’t think that’s true. What about Las Vegas? “Hate” chose to wait around in a 32nd floor suite of a hotel. Isn’t that choosing a time and place to hate and kill?

You are right. I Am duly corrected.

Wow. That’s rare. God is mistaken. God is admitting a mistake.

If you can make mistakes, so can God. I Am you in flesh and blood.

But it’s deliberate, isn’t it?

What’s deliberate, my dear?

When you said “hate doesn’t choose any particular time and place.” You stated it as a deliberate mistake so we can have something to talk about.

We always have something to talk about. And yes, I stated it as a deliberate mistake. Your soul has an agenda. And that agenda will definitely include mistakes. How else will you evolve to the grandest version you imagine yourself to be? That is why, when it concerns the soul, every mistake you ever made was deliberate. Every mistake you are going to make will be deliberate. That is how you become the best you can be.

Not many people will agree with that.

That is the truth. And no one has to agree with the truth. It is not compulsory. The truth is freedom. How can freedom be compulsory? If someone else’s truth does not resonate with yours, you do not have to agree with it. It is impossible anyway. In the sense that your soul will be vehemently disagreeing while outwardly you are pretending to agree. You are lying to yourself. So it is impossible to agree with someone else’s truth if your soul feels otherwise. You may pretend to agree for the sake of peace. Like your saying goes — peace for a price. Care to explain what it means?

Not really. But I can give you another saying that means exactly the same thing.

Go right ahead.

Betraying yourself in order not to betray another is still betrayal. It is the highest betrayal.


So…The truth that mistakes are deliberate — care to explain what that means?

How about I give you a saying instead?

Go right ahead.

Nothing happens by accident.

To Ignore Or Not To Ignore


23 October 2017 Monday


My tweet: You’re in a difficult situation for a reason. So you can:
a) overcome it
b) ignore it
c) give up
d) pretend it doesn’t exist

What’s the difference between “ignoring it” and “pretending it doesn’t exist”?

Look up the meaning of the word “ignore”, please.

Meaning of “ignore” is “to refrain from noticing or recognizing; to ignore insulting remarks.”

Have you ignored something recently?

As a matter of fact, I have. I have been ignoring friend requests on my Facebook page. And messages sometimes.


I don’t really like Facebook.


It takes up too much of my time. And it’s not that I don’t value my friends, I do. I value my friends. I just simply don’t feel like replying. I am free to reply or not reply to anything.

Isn’t that rude?

If my friends believe it’s rude then there’s nothing I can do about it. I can’t control how anyone feels. If I’m always afraid of how someone feels about me because of what I do or don’t do, I’ll be short-changing myself.

Aren’t you afraid of losing them?

Afraid to lose them as friends? No. How can I lose anything I don’t own? And I don’t own anyone. If they don’t want to be my friends anymore, that’s their prerogative. Like I said, I can’t control anyone.

Have you always been like this?

Like what?

Not afraid to lose friends.

No, of course not. But let me just say that there have been times in the past when I would do things I didn’t really want to do because I was afraid of losing friends.

Not anymore, I suppose.

You suppose right. Let me just clarify that I am not a nasty person. I don’t make myself all hoity-toity on purpose. I go with my soul. What my soul feels. I go with my feelings. And if my feelings tell me I don’t have to do anything I don’t want to do, then I go with my feelings. Because with regards to being a messenger, my feelings have been my guide. In fact, my feelings have taken my soul as far as it can soar. I believe following what you feel is absolute freedom. And my purpose is freedom…Um, God, I think we’ve sidetracked from the subject at hand.

Isn’t the word “ignore” the subject at hand? Well then, you’ve just explained how not to ignore your feelings. And you ignore your feelings by doing something you don’t feel like doing. And you may end up hating yourself and the person you’re doing it for. That’s a very good example of the meaning of the word “ignore.”

Great. Now let’s talk about the words “pretending it doesn’t exist.”

Are you pretending something doesn’t exist? If you are, what is it?

. . .


Wait! I’m thinking really hard right now.

Alright. Take your time.

That’s it!

What’s it?

Time! I’m pretending time doesn’t exist. Ever since I became aware of who I really am, I have been pretending time doesn’t exist.

Why is that?

Because I know exactly who I really am.

And who are you, my child?

I am my soul. And my soul is forever.



(From my chronicles)

25 April 2015 Saturday


There’s this thing that’s been going on for quite a while now that may need our attention, God.

There are numerous things that need our attention. Which one is it?

This one about the pending execution of convicted drug dealers. Families and their respective countrymen have been pleading for mercy for the government in charge to do away with the execution.

Alright. What is it that you want to know?

Can the government bend its rules?

How do you want the government to bend the rules?

Well, do away with the execution. You know, like maybe they can do life imprisonment instead.

That can be done.

I know it can. But the government is adamant on its stand with regards to the capital punishment for drug dealers. They say they have a battle to fight against dealing with drugs in their country.

Do you think their stance is justified? Is the punishment working? Is the battle against drugs winning? Is the country free of illegal drugs?

There hasn’t been any drug busts in the news lately so it must be working.

Are you always on to the news about drug dealing?

Um…no. Not really. And I know what you’re going to ask next. No, I don’t know whether the punishment against drug dealing is working. In that country anyway. So how do we solve this problem?

It is the same as the problem of migrant deaths, child. The effect is not the problem itself, it is the cause. Why are individuals dealing in illegal substance? Is it for the money? Then the problem is poverty. Is it for the thrill of the activity? Which is hardly likely. No one will purposely risk their life in order to be incarcerated or executed. Whatever the reason, your world believes the crime can be prevented at the level of the effect. When it is the root of the problem that needs the most attention. You create drugs and then you judge them to be “wrong.” You create drugs for a certain purpose and then when they are distributed illegally (which is simply another term for unaccounted distribution), you make a big fuss about it.

Governments make a big fuss about it because others are making a profit from distributing a substance that may be harmful to others and may even cause death. That is why there is a big fuss. But I think these convicts who are about to be executed have already learned their lesson when they served time for their crime.

How about this – put yourself in the shoes of the authorities upholding the rules and regulations about dealing with illegal substances. How would you feel if you relaxed the rules by not applying capital punishment to these convicts? What happens to your reputation?

I will give the impression that I am merciful and compassionate…I think. But then if I do it, as in, do away with the execution or do away with capital punishment, then other drug dealers will not hesitate to pursue or continue their life of crime, will they?

Even if they risk being imprisoned for life? People do not like being imprisoned.

I can think of a few who do. Anyway. So should we or shouldn’t we do away with capital punishment?

Child, you already know My stand when it comes to the word “punishment”, do you not?

Yeah. So we’re back to square one?

You are your own decision-makers. I can only give advice. And I can give you advice until hell freezes over. But it is of no use if you do not heed any of them.