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Who We Are

Interestingly there is much to be said about Who We Are, yet the narrative that  is most often told about us is mostly reflective of what we have achieved.

Our achievements are only a reflection of Who We Are. They are a collection of information which has been translated into forms and through which we judge our existence in terms of positive or negative.

Our actions and achievements then become the way that our worthiness is held captive or  promoted.

This message asks us to ponder what is behind the external thinking , knowing and doing and seek Our True Self behind all of our actions.

Deepening into the Divine Source and Nature -WE TRULY ARE-  and which has chosen to express itself here in physical form, on this amazing planet.

Charlie Riverman Bergeron