A Lawyer Presents the Case for the Afterlife

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”Through all the darkness that prevails, do not abandon hope, but be assured in the knowledge that those who work with you for the upliftment of humankind, who strive to bring better conditions into your world of matter, will prevail, for the power that is on their side is the mightiest power in the universe.

“You will not achieve that which is worth achieving without travail, without sorrow. Your world must learn its lessons in the only way it can learn them. We are breaking through all over the world of matter. Our message lights up the minds in every part of your world, and, as the light of the spirit breaks in on your world, so its rays disperse the darkness of your materialism.

”We do not seek to terrify you with threats of punishment. We do not seek to make you craven cowards, living your lives because of fear. We strive to make you realize the latent divinity that is yours, that you may express more of the Great Power, that you may rise to greater heights and fill your mind with greater truth and wisdom.” (From the great Silver Birch Anthology – p.43 The Divine Plan.)

“The more you give away of your spiritual riches the richer you are. If you desire to evolve, grow and progress, you have to forget self and serve others, but only those who are ready to be served …” (Teachings of Silver Birch, ’93)

“To die is not tragic. To live in you world is tragic. To see the garden of the Great spirit choked with the weeds of selfishness and greed and avarice, that is tragedy …. To die is to enjoy freedom of the spirit, which has been imprisoned behind the bars of the material body. Is it tragic to be released from suffering, for the soul to come into its own? Is it tragic to see wonders of color; to hear music that does not belong to material expression? Do you call it tragic to express yourself in a body that has no pain, to be able to roam all over the world of matter in a flash and to taste the beauties of the spirit life too?

“There is not in your world one artist who could capture with his paints some of the glories of my world. There is not one musician who could record some of the glories of the music sphere with your notes. There is not one writer who could describe in physical words the beauty of parts of this world. …. What a pleasant surprise you will all have one day, when you become conscious of our world.” (Teachings of Silver Birch 122, ‘93).


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