Serge Benhayon and Me

by Ray Karam, Goonellabah, NSW

I have read a lot that has been said about Serge Benhayon; some truth and some just outright rubbish.

I would like to share how my life is at this moment, in fact today. I came home this afternoon to my family after working an 11-hour day. I was greeted in the driveway by our three young children, all eager to share their day and themselves with me.

After a while it was bedtime for the children and I lay in bed with my little boy. I cuddled him and he cuddled me. He rubbed my head and he cuddled right into my shoulder… I just lay there with him, watching him. He told me about his day and he just kept smiling; I knew he was just happy to have me in bed with him. To me it was just amazing, to have such a connection with a little man. We just lay there together for about ten minutes… I put my open hand gently on his chest and he fell asleep. I climbed out of his bed and pulled the doona up over him – I kissed him on the head and whispered, “I love you, little man.” Simple.

I know you may think that is not that special or unique, but this is a typical or ‘normal’ night at our place, not a one-off here and there. Each day I can see the children growing: not only in size, but in how they are, in and out of our house. Our children are really amazing.

Serge Benhayon has never told me to do anything, but has shown me more than anyone ever has, just by living simply in the way he lives. Serge is no different to me, and I am no different from him.

What I am and how I am is because of me and how I choose to live, and not from following anything.

From experience, it is much easier to write something off or criticise it, than see it for what it truly is. I am not looking for anyone to like or agree with how I live. I can see from how I am, and how my family is, that I am amazing at one thing – being me.  

123 thoughts on “Serge Benhayon and Me

  1. It is simple and it is everyday and in this it is extraordinary though so very ordinary but something if we all lived it would change the world beyond our imagination. Thank you for sharing this most loving and tender everyday being-ness.

  2. Simply gorgeous that you tell so much about Serge Benhayon and what he has shown you without going into much details by telling us what your normal day looks and feels like. In the world today where ‘being ourselves’ seems like one of the hardest things to do, being able to say ‘I am amazing at being me’ is such a giveaway that there’s something totally stupendous and extraordinary going on in the ordinary life you are choosing to live.

  3. This is so beautiful Ray, ‘to have such a connection with a little man. We just lay there together for about ten minutes… I put my open hand gently on his chest and he fell asleep. I climbed out of his bed and pulled the doona up over him – I kissed him on the head and whispered, “I love you, little man.” Simple.’ What a blessed little man.

  4. I had spent most of my life wondering who I was and through the teachings and presentations of Serge Benhayon I am reconnecting to the truth that I am love and learning to be the love that I am.

  5. This is a beautiful testimony Ray to yourself and to Serge Benhayon – this is how we are truly inspired. Serge Benhayon has also inspired me in this way. We are more inspired by another’s living way than by any empty words of wisdom for if they are not first lived they are nothing but nice sounding ideals.

  6. And that is everything – being ourselves. In really knowing who we are, we know truth, and it is our inner-knowing that guides us to live in a way that honors the love and truth of our essence. In living this way we discover that true empowerment and fulfilment can only come through living in connection to who we are first. Thank you Ray for sharing this inspiring testament of what you have chosen to live for yourself, and all, and of the work of Serge Benhayon and his unending and limitless love and dedication to ignite humanity.

  7. This article is coming up to being nearly 5 years ago and while it doesn’t seem that long ago the amount that has been done in that time is astounding. The end of the day ends still that quality and the sharing’s seem greater as the children and i grow older. A highlight of the day is always from simply seeing and chatting with people and an extension of this is seeing and chatting with the children.

  8. This is beautiful Ray, a joy to read. It brought home to me how much both I and and my children missed out on by me not being me at that time when they were very young and putting business always first.

  9. In life we champion many things, achievements, money, material goods, getting recognition, etc, but we don’t necessarily value how we are living. But, it’s the way we are living that is truly what brings that sense of joy and contentment, simple things like sharing time with a child, and as you say Ray it’s not one ounce in the doing, it comes from being able to be ourselves and bring that unencumbered to life.

  10. The beauty of a few moments between a father and son as you describe is immensely loving and special beyond words to me.

  11. Beautifully simple Ray! And this is what it’s all about…that connection we’re all hanging for and go about getting it in the most messed up ways possible…but here you are showing us how it’s done…naturally…without trying! Derrrr!

  12. What a beautiful and simple normal you have in your home Ray based on decency and respect – which undoubtedly is an inspiration to all the homes who are struggling with various levels of abuse in their own homes, abuse that unfortunately far too many call their normal.

  13. Beautiful sharing Ray, from my own experience Serge has taught me to be me, not from any direction but by presenting the truth and leaving me to discern my own truth.

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