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This article was written by Florence Wagner McClain on May 10, 2002
posted under Past Life Regression

As long as we live in a world where neighbor hates neighbor because of skin color or political or religious affiliations, and solves its problems with violence or escape into drugs, alcohol, or casual sex, we’re all losers. Something is dreadfully wrong when one human being is considered less than another because of being male or female, when thousands of young lives are lost every year to suicide, and when one’s worth as a human being is measured by material wealth or social status. It is tragic when a person who spends his or her life happily married to the same person is considered an oddity. It is tragic when we feel alone and without purpose in the Universe. We all lose when any man refuses to take responsibility for his actions, or lives or dies in fear.

When man understands that the material wealth and power he gives his all to acquire today won’t count for anything in tomorrow’s world, he will do all in his power to build riches of character, wisdom, knowledge and soul-bonds with friends and family which will enrich his existence forever.

Through past life regression, through remembering his own creation, man will find that the emptiness he feels can be filled with knowledge of his true nature and his rightful place in the Universe. As he strives to know himself, he will begin to know the Unlimited Spirit of which he is a part. Then man will know that he is never alone, never without hope, and never without purpose to his existence. This is why man needs to remember.

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