Around 10 years ago I witnessed a man being brutally beaten in the street. I was in my mid 20’s at the time on my first ever overseas adventure and this was far from what I was expecting to see on the streets of London.
The most shocking thing about what I witnessed was the fact that the gang responsible for the beating was comprised of children no older than 14 years of age. I later found out that these children had been terrorising the neighborhood for months. They chose a new victim each night and knew they could get away with their crimes as they were too young to be arrested.
I was inside a fish and chip shop at the time and feeling extremely alarmed that nobody seemed to so much as raise an eyebrow as the scene played on outside the glass window. We watched in absolute horror as this group of children knocked a man off his feet and brutally bashed him within seconds. When the ringleader began repeatedly kicking this man in the head I could not take it anymore and without a thought I stepped outside and placed myself between the ringleader’s blows and the man on the ground.
I am a very petite woman, not even 5 foot tall and most of the members of this gang were much bigger than I am, yet it was no surprise to me that the ringleader ceased his kicking the moment I met his gaze. Within moments it was all over: I helped the bloodied gentleman collect his now ruined dinner from the pavement and assisted him to his feet. When I asked the owner of the fish and chip shop why he would not call the police, he simply shrugged and said there was no point, before continuing his work with sadness in his eyes.
The incident I describe took place a not so good 4 years before I discovered the incredible support offered by Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine, and my commitment to standing up for what is true is now stronger than ever.
This incident that occurred in London all those years ago, and long before I came to Universal Medicine, illustrates that I have never been someone to go along with the crowd, and although I know a woman by the name of Esther Rockett would have the world believe that because I attend Universal Medicine events that I am a ‘brainwashed follower’, nothing could be further from the truth.
In fact I have always been described as feisty and outspoken. My experience in London showed me that things get very nasty for everyone when people do nothing.
Ten years ago when I was able to intervene and stop a man being bashed, I was left without doubt that the young man I confronted was grateful to be stopped. A friend from my hostel expressed awe at my ‘bravery’ after witnessing what I had done, however I explained that I did not feel brave at all as I knew without a doubt that I would not be harmed as my actions were not in reaction but in response to truth. Each and every one of us is powerful beyond measure when we stand up for what is true and refuse to be silent in the face of harm and abuse.
My most memorable travel experience was far from what I expected it to be and yet it taught me much about the world and the power of simply standing up for what is true without reaction.
I am incredibly grateful to the Benhayon family and Universal Medicine for all they have presented, not just on stage but through their every interaction and every move. Serge Benhayon has allowed me to see that I have always been a powerhouse and Natalie Benhayon has shown me what it is to live as a powerhouse in each and every moment. They are both a great inspiration to thousands of people, and their presentations have allowed me to understand that true power comes from a livingness and a commitment to choosing love and evolution in each and every moment.
By Leonne Sharkey, Melbourne, Australia
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