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Speak Up and Roar – Reclaim true Justice

25 February 2013, 13:00

Dear reader, It is time for the pursuit of moral excellence to guide our country.

The South African society had become a world leader in something terribly shameful. It is estimated that the incidence of violence against children, the elderly as well as women in South Africa is five times higher than in any other society in the world. What a disgrace to say the least. It is time to speak up.

Lawlessness, murder, abuse, violence and brutality against female partners as well as the weak are not unique to poor families and communities. It happens across the income spectrum. Absence of respect and a lack of a set of values and virtues are the most common reasons for violence. Violence and aggression will only be subdued by teaching children and family partners the necessity of respect in the family as well as to all peoples irrespective of their title, color, race or gender.

It is time that the true leaders of this country speak up. These leaders, the parents and the teachers of South Africa have to re-instate a compulsory set of values, principles and virtues into society that will put us ahead of the rest. We must become the example of a positive resonance and a total turn-around from a crooked justice system (lawlessness) to a system that assures true justice and victory to the noble, not the other way around.

We as a nation must be aware of the authentic laws that regulate the Universe - the Divine law of cause and effect. Manmade laws have flaws therefore our system has flaws. If we are wise we will go back to our roots and re-instate the ancient, authentic laws. The natural law is constant and steady, it never varies or fluctuates and you cannot change the natural law. You cannot opt out of the natural law, which means that the law is compulsory to all.

What we sow we will most certainly reap; we cannot change that, the process is constant. The law of cause and effect is basic, fundamental and unalterable. You take into the spirit world what you ARE, not what you think you are, and not what you try to show other people you are. It is what you are inside.  You will be able to see it for yourself when you die and you move on to the spirit life.

The leaders, the teachers and we as parents have to teach our children that unless we do the right things we are not making a positive contribution to our direct surroundings, our community or even the world. The test is not what we believe, but what we have done, otherwise there would be a complete mockery of divine justice.

Depending on where we live on earth, we should have different codes, morals, values, beliefs, ethics, principles and virtues that we abide to. We must act according to these standards and codes. Starting with our leaders to be the change they want to see in the country. Unfortunately self-interest thrives in South Africa, no matter where you look be it our law system, the strikes, the municipalities or our education system. We can rejoice because God has only one standard and that is on what we have done.

We may think that certain individuals get off lightly or that they get away, they don’t. We cannot see inside their souls. The karmic law of cause and effect is perfect, we cannot change the natural law of cause and effect, and the law is at work all the time – we reap what we sow. The scales will be adjusted when we move on to the spirit plane. Our souls are naked before God. We cannot opt out, negotiate or reason with God - we register on our own souls permanently what we have done. When we do good, we reap the benefits in the form of soul growth when we don't we pay a price. It is time to roar and to stand up against all evils, make your voice count!

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