5 July 2018 Thursday 7:37am
“You can have faith and just wait without doing anything. Um..No comment. You’re on your own on this one. Good luck!”
I tweeted that the other day. I’m thinking—that’s what those twelve boys and a coach did when they got stuck in that underground cave. But they got results anyway. They were found and are now waiting to leave that cave. So does that mean just having faith and just waiting works?
They’re waiting to leave? What are they waiting for?
The cave is still flooded. The rescuers are helping to drain the water but it’s a slow process. At the moment, the rescuers are helping the boys and the coach gain back their strength and confidence. So they can swim or dive out of the cave despite the flood. It seems the rescuers are thinking of two options: One—find another exit. Two—teach the group how to swim and dive out. But the experienced divers say that even for experienced and expert divers, the flooded cave is super dangerous. And these kids’ health and stamina are not exactly to the max at the moment. I understand the rescuers have brought in 2 weeks worth of supplies, just in case. Man, being stuck in a cave for one day will already freak me out! Poor guys. Luckily, they will also be provided with some communication cable soon, if they haven’t already. Communicating with their loved ones will definitely be a big boost for their morale. So to get back to my question—so this situation just proves that having faith and waiting works after all, yes?
Are they still waiting?
Well, technically yes.
Are they not doing anything?
No. They’re doing plenty! Especially on the rescuers’ side—which I believe has become an international affair.
So to answer your question—Yes, it may work. And no, it may not work.
I think you misunderstood my question. I’m talking about the time before they were rescued. They just waited in that cave for 9 days for someone to rescue them. They probably just had faith and prayed a lot and waited. And yet rescue showed up. Isn’t that doing nothing but have faith?
How did anyone know they were stuck in that cave?
That’s a silly question. Their families would have worried about their disappearance, of course.
So they actually let their parents know where they were going?
That is considered doing something, my dear. Even if they didn’t inform their parents—that is still doing something. Because their very existence as a member of a loving family is doing something. Their presence being missed in the comfort and love of a family is “doing something.” From the day you are born you are always doing something. Even before you are born you are doing something. Your soul is energy which is forever “doing something.” The energy of the soul can only be felt and not seen because it is an energy that is at a different frequency as compared to energy that is produced by your physicality—which is your body. You are never “not doing something.” You are always doing something. This “doing something” that you are doing is forever because your soul is forever.
So are you telling me that the statement “have faith and just wait” is wrong?
Nothing is ever wrong or right, my dear. That statement is not possible.
So that statement is an impossibility? That it can never be done? That no one in this world can really do such an action?
Having faith in itself is an action. Faith is a thought. Faith is a feeling. Your thoughts and your feelings are the most powerful energy in your universe. Energy in itself is “doing something.”
So what you’re saying is…Oh man, I don’t know what you’re saying! Help!
You came into this world for only one thing—and that is to help each other. When those boys and that coach decided to go into that cave, their soul already planned to get stuck even before they were born. We’ve mentioned it before—it’s called their “agenda.” Their soul’s agenda is to one day get stuck in a cave in order for the world to know who they really are. And in turn, they are giving the people of the world a chance to be who they really are.
Hence, the international coverage and the international oneness to rescue them.
Yes. So are the boys and their coach out of that cave yet?
Not yet, I think. Soon, hopefully. We’re following the updates very closely. It seems they’re in good disposition, so that helps the situation a lot.
Mindset is everything.
I know, I know. Frustration slows everything down. Love all around is better.
Much, much better.