PONDER on THIS for Tuesday, April 9th, 2013 by William L. Murtha in DYING FOR A CHANGE

Will Murtha: Emotions. Everything always seemed to come back to emotions. I don’t think I ever imagined that emotions could play such an important role in our lives. Had I realized that, I certainly would have given the whole area more attention.

Voice of Higher Presence: Emotions are important because they enable our spiritual presence to experience the feelings of living in a carbon body. They are the lifeblood of how we interpret and feel the physical world of form that is all around us. However, disconnect from your feelings, and you are nothing more than a dead, empty shell, devoid of all life. It is no coincidence that most of the greatest atrocities ever carried out by humans upon other humans can all be directly attributed back to those who were emotionally numb.

Look into most cases of murder, and you will inevitably see that the perpetrator’s emotions were blunted and not present. No human beings who are fully alive, conscious and in touch with their deep emotions would ever dream of harming their fellow kin. They could never imagine physically or emotionally harming one of their own. This is because, on a level of interconnected energy, they know that they are really harming themselves.”

William L. Murtha, in “Dying for a Change”

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