"What kind of peace do I mean and what kind of a peace do we seek? Not a Pax Americana enforced on the world by American weapons of war. Not the peace of the grave or the security of the slave. I am talking about genuine peace, the kind of peace that makes life on earth worth living, and the kind that enables men and nations to grow, and to hope, and build a better life for their children—not merely peace for Americans but peace for all men and women, not merely peace in our time but peace in all time."

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Helping Those in Need

Some messages from Jack during automatic writing sessions in 2008:

Each man should do every day what he can to help those in need.

Look at the handicapped and the retarded and the blind and deaf and those who suffer from a medical system, which has abandoned them. Only the Republicans would allow American children to go without health care. This is a grave concern of mine.

People should live the Creator’s idea of helping others and we hope that Americans can move out of their ridiculous materialistic mindsets and fundamentally take the time to help those in need.

The homeless crisis is at the very forefront of our thoughts tonight. The homeless crisis is eating away at the soul of America. Many people do nothing to help.

The first group of people the nation should turn to are the wealthy. The super-wealthy are getting richer by the minute and do nothing to help these poor people. We do not refer to checks written at black tie events. A hands-on approach is needed. This is the beginning to the solution of this problem. The rich should be the first in line to render assistance to the homeless.

This would start by the rich going to food lines or homeless shelters and seeing first hand what these people go through each day. Then apply that to developing strategies for destroying the old system and rebuilding a new one from the bottom up.

Just think of the energy that is wasted by the super rich, these modern day robber barons that do nothing. I could care less about their money. I admire them for earning it, but the Creator and I are not happy with the way they spend it. If they would first move away from the lack of spirituality, they could actually realize that there is a problem that exists in the first place.

Jackie is here to say that they must take this first step of moving away from the cars and the boats and everything that is not needed. Through spiritual growth can they then be on the path of helping the poor. Jackie says that the super rich must study the history of poverty and the homeless problems and how it has existed since the dawn of modern man. Even though the world is quite progressive now in technology it is still medieval in its thinking.

IT IS NOT THE RIGHT OF MANKIND TO IGNORE THESE PROBLEMS. There are certain duties that people have not to government, but to God. When these duties are ignored, the Creator will decide that perhaps a whole people or nation has to endure a karmic lesson. This karma of poverty will strike in the United States, as this lesson is not being learned. When the super rich study how to be spiritual, this is the first step toward learning.

How can they do this? Jackie says to meditate. This is only the first step. Meditate on homelessness and poverty and the solutions will come into the minds of people who can really do something. With prayer, which is deep meditation, they will learn how to help those in need.

Bobby now adds that the rich must begin to read more about this problem. When they know the real facts, they will be in a position to make decisions that can be decisive.

The super rich should begin to read meta-physical books. Many in this nation do not even know what that term means. America is in a very bad place as said. This lack of interest is harming the nation. Learn the ways of spirituality and harness the ideas of Edgar Cayce and the enlightened beings.

Through meditation and the understanding of metaphysical aspects will the process of helping the poor begin.

Jackie says that meditation is the way to your heart. People must learn to understand each other.

Bobby says hands-on work is what is needed. When they see the problems, they will know what should be done. This would involve working in a homeless shelter or a home and finding out what can be done.

One can really learn how desperate these people are. They need help and most are not willing to help. Through work in soup kitchens or at holiday events will the super rich see what it is like to be homeless first-hand. What a shock it will be to these people. Once these people are on the fringes of society they will see what it is like.

Why don’t the news people discuss this and do some serious work on this issue? When rich men are sleeping next to homeless men in cardboard boxes, then we will know they are on their way to being complete souls. NO ONE CAN BE A COMPLETE SOUL UNLESS THEY HELP OTHERS. Mankind must understand that to ignore, or worse abuse those without means is a karmic disaster for the individual or nation doing that. The United States will pay a karmic debt very soon. Hard times are coming to the land of the free. The nation will learn many lessons as children do.

Helping others means not just family, but total strangers. This is the message of Jesus.

Many are afraid of these people. All are not insane or on drugs. Many are just carrying a load of bad luck with them from shelters to the streets. When they see what has happened to these poor wretches will they finally have a passion to act.


The rich should try and hire some of these homeless people. Many more will need help soon as the economy is set to tailspin. There will be riots which are much more violent than in the Sixties.

Jackie says more shelters are needed as well where people can go for a hot meal or to a clinic. These shelters should be free for these people. Bobby says there are many people in this country who need three meals a day and aren’t getting them.

Bobby says medical care for the homeless is tantamount here.

There must be more than just emergency services for them. Why aren’t the wealthy infusing money into this program? The nation is wasting so much money on perpetual war, while abandoning its own citizens.

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“What kind of peace do I mean? What kind of peace do we seek? Not a Pax Americana enforced on the world by American weapons of war. Not the peace of the grave or the security of the slave. I am talking about genuine peace, the kind of peace that makes life on earth worth living, the kind that enables men and nations to grow and to hope and to build a better life for their children – not merely peace for Americans, but peace for all men and women – not merely peace in our time, but peace for all time.”

President John F. Kennedy