Still About Mistakes


4 November 2017 Saturday


My tweet: Once we see ALL relationships (including male/female) as divine is when we free ourselves from hidden agendas in relationships.

The phrase “including male/female” got me scratching my head. Most of us already see male/female relationships as divine. That’s why we have church weddings and wedding ceremonies which we consider sacred or divine. My question is – why didn’t I use the phrase “including same gender relationships” instead? Because those are relationships that are still not wholly acceptable by our different beliefs. Because some of us still do not consider them to be divine or sacred.

Do it.

Huh? Do what?

Use that alternative phrase in your statement and see how it feels.

Okay. “Once we see ALL relationships, including same gender relationships, as divine is when we free ourselves from hidden agendas in relationships.”

So how does that feel?

So, so much better! OMG! I made a mistake, didn’t I?

Yes, you did.

Oh no!

Why are you so disturbed, my child? You’ve made mistakes before, haven’t you?

Yes, of course. I’m only human. But these words are for those who are seeking the truth about life and how to live life. I hope so anyway. As a messenger, I cannot be broadcasting mistakes to everyone! They might believe they are not mistakes. And they might apply it to how they will live their lives and make the same mistakes!

What are we doing now?

We’re having a conversation.

About what?

About mistakes.


Okay, okay. I get it. My mistakes are lessons for others so they will know how to deal with their own mistakes. Because all of us make mistakes. Even messengers.

My child, the more mistakes messengers make the better.

Unfortunately, that is true.

I’m glad you agree. How did that tweet come about anyway?

It’s an observation of another tweet. It’s the one about these young men in Japan who work as Boyfriends-For-Hire, as they call themselves. It was a feature about Tokyo on Channel News Asia. They are hired by women who simply want someone to talk to and maybe even get hugs and cuddles for maybe a couple of hours. And strictly nothing sexual involved. The “boyfriend” even gave a little demonstration with the interviewer of how the session would go. As I watched, I thought, How sweet. How sweet of these young men to do such things. When he was asked why he became a Boyfriend-For-Hire, his reason was that he wanted to help women while also needing a job. But I understand their fees are not cheap.

Have you ever had a relationship with a man simply for friendship?

Yeah, actually. It was when I was still working. Colleagues thought we were an item but we were strictly just friends because we were in the same department. We simply got along quite well. We’ve lost touch, though.

So your mistaken statement is still partly correct, dear one.

How so?

You just said – your colleagues thought you and your male friend were an item even though you were strictly friends.


Well, then. That is also a sort of judgment, is it not? To believe that a man and a woman are having a relationship other than friendship is also judgment. Sometimes, judgment turns into gossip, especially when it is spread around. Then gossip, more often than not, turn into lies. And as you know, lies always create trouble.

But people can’t help it! We’ve been brought up into thinking that as long as a man and a woman are often seen together, they have a “thing” going. Or they’ll end up having a “thing” together. So I guess we’re back to where we started, huh? We’re back to a thing called “mistakes.”

Making assumptions about a relationship without proof is judgment. Judgment that is broadcast turns into gossip. Gossip turn into lies. Lies turn into mistakes. Yes, I suppose you can say we’re back to a thing called “mistakes.”

Yup, we’re back to where we started. So now, where are we going?

Nowhere, my dear. As long as mistakes are not amended, we are going nowhere.


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.