There Are Some Things That Don’t Make Sense…

by Emily Newman, Mackay, QLD

There are some things that don’t make sense…

Doing research for high school, I came across so many history books that show the slaughter of young children, women and men in the name of Christianity. Yet one of the commandments is ‘Thou shalt not kill’… hmmm, does this not make sense to anyone else?

As well as this, during my research and through daily experiences, I kept coming across derogatory comments and statements about women… I’m not sure if anyone’s realised, but women are not ‘Satan’s spawn’… We were not sent to ‘tempt men into evil’, and we are definitely not ‘un-pure’ during our periods.

How is it that people can accept this as truth, and yet when they are met with love, and words that actually make sense, it sends them running? It doesn’t seem logical to me.

How it is that religion is able to get away with this and is seen as acceptable in society, but Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine have been hammered by the media for simply being love and showing the utmost care for others? They have not killed, or been discriminatory towards anyone.

The media seem to be worried about the fact that so many women attend these courses… but why? If ten ladies went to a cooking course to play with the fact that they are awesome cooks, no one would complain… So why is it that going to the courses to expand the fact that they themselves, as women, are amazing, is such a bad thing? Or is it just the fact that women are realising they need to love themselves more, and are then finding they deserve more love in return – and that the constant denigration by men/society is not acceptable, and men are becoming threatened?

Serge holds so much love for EVERYONE – man, woman, animal and vegetable. Maybe men are threatened and saddened by this… by the fact that they are not being their amazingness also, and seeing that amazingness in women. Maybe it’s hard to truly understand until we have connected to ourselves and have started to wonder how we have lived a life so disconnected, loveless and so lifeless that we didn’t notice all these things that don’t make sense.

It’s easy to recoil away from, and not truly accept, love. Most people are able to see this on a day-to-day basis – from the way people act if you open up and deeply care, they can shy away. Or the fact that so many have difficulty expressing the smallest ounce of kindness, or simply saying ‘I love you’ to someone they care about.

Is it possible that the thought of true love is confronting?

And what also doesn’t make sense… why is not going to bed late, not drinking, not doing drugs and not watching porn a bad thing? Any health specialist would condone this as a good thing, one for a healthy body.

I’d like to clear some things up, too…

I attend these courses simply because I KNOW there is so much more to the life that I live. I don’t go to these courses to pray, or to be a mindless sheep. I go there to learn, develop and unravel the love that is residing just inside me – and I now realise it is residing inside of every one of us. I’m not just referring to the amazing people that attend the courses, but to every amazing person. Even if they don’t know they are amazing yet – and yes, this means you, too!

Since I have found this amazing-ness, there is no going back for me. Yeah, people do think I’m a square at times because I go to bed early and eat/drink what works best for me, but I know I can feel super-awesome just by making super simple choices  – and that makes sense to me.

123 thoughts on “There Are Some Things That Don’t Make Sense…

  1. Expressing all we are feeling is such an important part of life as it allows us to allow out that which is within. This is of course not always easy to do, especially so when we have learnt to keep things bottled up, but the process of doing this little by little is the healing we all seek on some level.

  2. Bringing True Truth to a world that does not want to hear it is one of the biggest challenges of the Ageless wisdom. Today you may not physically get your head chopped off like in the past (though of course there is still this possibility), but there are other ways to persecute a harbinger of Truth via denigration, lies, restrictions and more. Serge Benhayon’s love for humanity is do grand that he is willing to deliver truth no matter what, and for this I am eternally appreciative of as the inspiration from it is timeless its imprint is forever.

  3. “Is it possible that the thought of true love is confronting?” – A great blog and a great question to ask Emily! True love asks us to be all of who we are and this can feel challenging at times when we are not actually wanting that, but instead want a convenient truth that allows us to stay small…I have had and still do have my battles around this, but the more I can accept that I play a really important role here and that I am from this true love, the more I can allow myself the space to live it too.

  4. Maybe the amount of love that Serge Benhayon has challenges some people, ‘Serge holds so much love for EVERYONE – man, woman, animal and vegetable. Maybe men are threatened and saddened by this… by the fact that they are not being their amazingness also’.

  5. Absolutely, it was so lovely to hear someone, Serge Benhayon present what was to me common sense, in a world that does often not make sense, ‘It was through attending the presentations and courses offered by Universal Medicine that I came to realise why things didn’t make sense, and thus began my journey of trusting and honouring my inner knowing.’

  6. So much of what goes on in the world and is tolerated does not make sense, religion as it stands, just look at what goes on within the Catholic Church, ‘How it is that religion is able to get away with this and is seen as acceptable in society, but Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine have been hammered by the media for simply being love and showing the utmost care for others?’

  7. Bravo Emily, what a great read. You make so many great points exposing the illogicality of what we consider normal human life. And, I have to agree that true love is confronting, I’d say our deepest hurts revolve around love, both being loved and stepping away from the love we are.

    1. Beautifully said Melinda – what hurts us more than someone else not being love, is when we step away from being love ourselves. And it happens in a split microsecond when we get used by the energy that is not love, because we have allowed it.

  8. It’s like it is not that people do not see how some things do not make sense, we do, but we don’t like being exposed for having settled for something far less, we know we have, and we champion making it look like we are working on it, instead of admitting that we have been lying to ourselves all this time. It’s an agreement, and it’s like we are going ‘Shush! Don’t wake up the baby.’

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