Unique is the time
by the Master , through Benjamin Creme
Maitreya and the Masters will allay man's fears by showing us that, through
trust, respect and sharing, man will achieve unprecedented heights.
For many today there is every sign that the world is moving headlong to destruction. On each hand they see their icons fall, their hopes fade, their future threatened. Lost and bewildered, they cast about for succour, unable to withstand the impact of the new. Few are the signs, they believe, that good can come from the current speed of change, nor, can they hope, that they will benefit. Locked thus in fear, the future for such looks bleak indeed.
How mistaken are they, if only they did know. How far from the truth is their concept of the future.
Could they but catch a glimpse of the wonder which awaits them, their fears would turn to joyful expectation, their hearts aglow with the fire of aspirations fulfilled.
Marvellous are the possibilities which demand the attention of men; unique is the time for the enlargement of mans consciousness: a time like no other in the history of the world. Why should men fear with such a prospect?
When Maitreya and His Group emerge, men will realize that their fears are groundless, that naught but good awaits the sons of men, bolstered in faith and courage by the presence of the Sons of God. Thus will it be, and thus will men awaken to the possibilities which the future presents to rise in stature and scope; to take up their predestined role as the Keepers and the Nourishers of the lower kingdoms; to harness the forces of the universe and to use them for the good of all.
Naught but man himself can prevent man from fulfilling his destiny. When men are ready to accept the principle of sharing all things become possible. The ties of trust and respect thus engendered will release mountainous waves of energy which, focused and controlled, will transform the world. Nothing then can halt the forward march and progress of man. Nothing then can daunt the fiery spirit of awakened man. Claiming his birthright man will become a God.
The presence of the Sons of God is the guarantee that man will indeed inherit his birthright, and take his place beside his Elder Brothers caring and comforting, teaching and counselling, revealing and inspiring, those who follow after.
Man stands at the threshold of great things. Naught can deter or limit him if he follows the example of the Brothers and wills it so.