What is working?
Is there another way?
Take a look at our news headlines daily and it is clear and evident that nothing is working.
Our Education system is failing as we see more and more problems with our youth.
The Justice system is not delivering true rehabilitation as re-offending is on the increase.
Our health system is not coping because there is even more illness and disease.
GP surgeries need even longer hours to support us with our daily issues.
Hospital Accident & Emergency departments are working non-stop.
The Welfare and Social Care systems are struggling to deliver what is needed.
So what is changing and are we as a race of beings really doing anything about all this mess? We are a part of it even if we choose to ignore, deny or negate this fact.
I am no academic or medical professional. I am an ordinary law abiding citizen who happens to question things and has ‘lived’ a life so I have what we call ‘life experience’.
When will we stop blaming the government, the systems, our parents and other countries for our own issues?
Could it be possible that what is really missing is the real Personal Responsibility and Accountability so that we as individuals can make a change and then that change can and will affect others?
Is this too far fetched, out there, utopian or just too simple for our complicated mind?
Could it be possible for any one of us regardless of our age to start taking responsibility for how we are choosing to live every day?
Is it possible that if we made choices to not harm our body and take care of ourselves then we can make a difference and this will have an effect on society?
Think about it – if we make a choice to take care of ourselves and take responsibility for what we eat, how we sleep, how we walk, talk to others and live every day, then this new way of living will without any doubt have an effect on our medical system. There will be fewer trips to the GP or hospital because we are using ‘common sense medicine’ and if we do need to go, then at least we are going with a body that is taking Responsibility.
Is it possible that if children were met for who they are and not expecting anything from them, that they would grow up knowing who they are and less likely to turn to the harmful substances or other forms of distraction to numb their deep hurts?
Has anyone ever studied, really studied a young criminal whilst in his police cell on his first arrest or prison sentence? What was his childhood like growing up? Where did it go wrong and what does this young person know about the word Responsibility? How can we ensure that this statistic of crime does not spend his whole adult life inside an institution which society pays for?
If we really take Responsibility and Accountability seriously then is it possible to reform our current welfare system? I know from personal experience that I was trapped on welfare and could not see a way out. I lived in constant fear of not having my personal needs taken care of and relied on the state for my weekly handouts, which in truth did not allow me to live, as there was not enough money after paying the bills.
When do we stop blaming the politicians and all the decisions they make and start to take full responsibility for All our choices?
It may sound like something way off but I am living proof that we as an individual can make a difference if we commit to living in a way that is sensible. This means making sure we do not harm our self and being accountable for all our choices and this is Self Responsibility. So if something goes wrong, we do not go to blame but instead look at what choices led to that situation, event or incident.
Personal accountability stops blame and this is the way forward if we are to see real change in a world that is spinning out of control.
I was a statistic and part of the problems listed above but today thanks to the life and work of Serge Benhayon, I have found another way to live that takes the burden off our governments, hospitals, welfare and social care systems and places it ALL back in our hands to deal with and it makes simple sense.
We as an individual have the power to make a difference and it starts with small steps. We are the microcosm and how we choose to live everyday affects the macrocosm – our world.
YES – there is another way to Live.
This website is dedicated to presenting this way of Living that unites us ALL EQUALLY.