June 26, 2009

We Are ALL Children Of The MOST HIGH GOD! Until You Discover And Nurture Your Inner-Child You Will Never Understand Where TRUE FREEDOM LIVES!

Here's a little food for thought: Walt Disney was a child at HEART! Walt Disney envisioned and created a giantic playground where he could be himself. Walt Disney wanted to share his gigantic playground with ALL of the children of the WORLD to enjoy! Disneyland became his santuary. In fact, Walt Disney built an apartment above City Hall on Main Street. He used to enjoy observing the millions of children entering his playground with such joy and anticipation. Walt Disney LOVED to be around children! That is when he was MOST himself imagine that! Did this make Walt Disney a sick perverted pedophile? NO.

God blessed Michael Jackson with a TALENT that EARNED him a fortune. Michael Jackson was a child at HEART! It's no wonder that he too would build a playground of his own and want to share it with children. Society has conveniently forgotten that most of the children that visited Neverland were sick, disabled and underpriviledged. Neverland became his sanctuary! I too am a child at HEART! I dream about having an arcade in my home, a huge theatre to watch my favorite animation and movies, a raquetball court and a bowling alley would be nice. I would want horses and stables on the grounds, batting cages, a humongous tropical swimming pool and even build a go-cart race track. It would also be great to build an ice-skating rink that converts to a roller rink at a push of a button. However, it would be no fun if I were alone right? Seriously think about that for a moment. I would want to share this fun environment I created with others. I did learn a valuable lesson from Michael and that is I will make sure I have hidden security cameras throughout the estate. This will protect me from any loser looking for a free ride who thinks they can pull a fast one on me. I will also make sure other adults are always present when I am around children. I grew up having slumber parties in our home. But Michael never in his life enjoyed a slumber party with other children outside of his family. More significantly, Michael Jackson did not have a childhood. Can you really blame him for wanting to create one later in life?

The TRUTH is this, we are ALL grown children. And no matter how adult or mature you try to be, pay attention to the way you respond to others and the way you treat others. Your personality and behavior reflects your inner-child whether you know it or not. If you want to know the truth, I don't see young, middle age or old. All I SEE are children. What I mean is when I am talking to an adult I can SEE their inner-child. And I also FEEL either darkness (negative energy) or light (positive energy) emanating from any person, place or thing I come in contact with. That is how I read what is in a person's HEART! This is something I've had to learn to live with through God's help and accept it as a gift from God. There was a period when the energy I was picking up on was so profound I would wear a baseball cap and do my grocery shopping around midnight when there were very few people around. I'm pretty sure my neighbors thought I was exhibiting odd behavior during that time. Fortunately, I had already established relationships with my neighbors and they loved me just the same. Now the energy gets filtered through me without any thought or effort by way of the Spirit. Thank God! Please note that we are ALL born with this ability. That is why it is so important for you to re-connect with your inner-child which is in essence re-connecting with the Source (God). Now I did't say I treat people like children. There is a huge difference. I treat every living thing that crosses my path with kindness and RESPECT. How they respond is on them. But I walk away with a good conscience.

There are times when I find myself visualizing my dream. It'll be wonderful when it comes true. Nevertheless, I'm always reminded of the millions of children who have never experienced this kind of fun all around the world. It is unbelievable to me that even children in the United States have never once step foot on an ice-skating rink or roller skated. Not even any of the other things that I mentioned. This breaks my heart just thinking about it! The parents of these children mostly pray for food, clean water, clothes and a roof over their head if they're lucky. Can you blame them? Of course not. We all need at a minimum these basic necessities to survive. However, the one thing these children are missing is fun and laughter! This too is a need that needs to be spread around the world.


At that time Jesus was full of joy through the Holy Spirit. He said, "I praise you, Father. You are Lord of heaven and earth. You have hidden these things from the wise and educated. But you have shown them to little children. Yes, Father. This is what you wanted. (Luke 10:21)

Jesus said, "What I'm about to tell you is true. You need to change and become like little children. If you don't, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. (Matthew 18:3)

People were bringing little children to Jesus. They wanted him to touch them. But the disciples told the people to stop. When Jesus saw this, he was angry. He said to his disciples, "Let the little children come to me. Don't keep them away. God's kingdom belongs to people like them. (Mark 10:13-14)

You didn't receive a spirit that makes you a slave to fear once again. Instead you received the Holy Spirit, who makes you God's child. By the Spirit's power we call God "Abba." Abba means Father. (8:14-16)

Because you are his children, God sent the Spirit of his Son into our hearts. He is the Holy Spirit. By his power we call God "[Abba.]" Abba means Father. (Galatians 4:6)

Do not be conformed to this world (this age), [fashioned after and adapted to its external, superficial customs], but be transformed (changed) by the [entire] renewal of your mind [by its new ideals and its new attitude], so that you may prove [for yourselves] what is the good and acceptable and perfect will of God, even the thing which is good and acceptable and perfect [in His sight for you]. (Romans 12:2)

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