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Making A Snow Angel – Christ. – Blue Shift Emissions.

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That means there has to be a magazine, which of course requires a lot of work from volunteers, and a lot of money to produce. There may be a notion that Hierarchy dishes out money for this work, but it is not the case. Surely we would all agree that all those who seriously believe in this work would want to support the magazine, whether or not they read the information on the internet. Since the inception of Share International magazine, Benjamin Creme’s Master has provided articles to be published not only at the time they were written, but also whenever appropriate according to world circumstances. Indeed, many of these articles seem more relevant now than when they were first published. More and more, men are beginning to understand the severity of the problems which face them today. Add to these the environmental problems which man’s cavalier attitude to nature and its resources has engendered, and the future for mankind looks bleaker still.

What, indeed, can man do to save himself from disaster? What steps can he take even to mitigate the threat to his well-being? The answer is relatively simple but, it would seem, difficult for men to grasp, caught, as they are, in the net of their own conditioning. Men must release themselves from the poison of competition, must realize it for the glamour which it is, and, seeing the Oneness of all men, embrace co-operation for the General Good. Considering that this is so, man has little option but to accept co-operation as the key to his salvation.

When men co-operate rather than compete, they will find a magic potion entering their lives. The ease with which long-lasting problems will be solved will astonish, the impossible will yield to the lightest touch, and, through co-operation alone, men will learn the true art of living. Thus will it be, and thus will men learn to appreciate the beauty of relationship which only co-operation can bestow. The Masters, your Elder Brothers, are not strangers to co-operation. In all that They do, co-operation plays a central role. It could not be otherwise in the manifested Brotherhood where the canker of competition is unknown.