by Lorraine Wellman, Cert Ed. UK
I have struggled with endemic levels of corruption, deception, greed and lack of integrity in my life, and in the world. How can other human beings be like that to fellow human beings? If this is what life is like, then do I really want to exist within this paradigm? Who can I trust? Why do most people not want the truth to emerge? These were all questions I pondered.
I attempted to expose the levels of corruption in a few institutions, but I failed. I failed partly because there is such a tight network of intertwining segments protecting one another’s interests: no-one was prepared to stand out and speak the truth – even at government levels. So, it seemed to me that this is how the world operates. I really hated this. Truth and integrity, to me – are paramount.
About eight years ago I began to go to some talks by Serge Benhayon. This was a man who speaks the truth and has integrity like no-one I’ve met before. The more talks, workshops etc. I did, the more this all became apparent. Serge recognises we all need help, that the world is in a deep mess, and he dedicates his life to serving and helping humanity.
Serge Benhayon, by how he is, has helped me to build trust in people; showed that there are people who have integrity, who speak the truth, have genuine compassion and so much more… love, joy etc… and that that is the norm for them, and can be for all of us.