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Man Up

A doco is currently being aired Tuesday evenings on ABC exploring suicide in Aussie men, what it means to be an Aussie man and society ‘rules’ guys and gals feel men should follow.

Gus is a radio presenter who lost his best mate to suicide. The experience has prompted him to explore why the highest rate of suicide in Australia occurs with men, and why asking for help, talking about and expressing emotion is so taboo amongst men.

The two episodes aired so far are beginning a conversation that needs to be had.

I am finding it valuable, as insight into how men feel about things; the projections and false beliefs that they contend, with particularly from women.

It is really inspiring me to reflect on how I view men, how I treat men and have treated men. How I behave around men, and become more sensitive to how men respond around me and reflect on why – what is in me, and why have I basically ignored and raged at half of the population most of my life, without considering the damage it creates.

For personal reflection or not, it’s an eye-opener, and possibly even a heart-opener.

ABC Man Up Tuesday 8.30pm
Or watch episodes on ABC iview.

Also there is a Doco-drama called Men’s Group that explores similar themes.


Victorian Sharing Events

Kerry and I have been invited by a few groups of people in Victoria to share our experiences learning about Divine Truth. So we have decided to hold a few free information sessions whilst we are in the area that will discuss various aspects of discovering and developing a Relationship with God, God’s Laws and their evidence in our daily lives assisting us in our soul growth (when we actively engage them, and even when we don’t!), and the qualities of the Soul, that dictate EVERYTHING in our lives.
We are happy to share our personal experiences, both “good & bad”, the realities and self-realisations that continue to be revealed, as we engage the Great Experiment- growing in Love, more specifically the desire to grow in God’s Love, gradually changing the Way we love ourselves and others.

If you are interested, curious, intrigued or seeking change in your life, you are welcome to come along and join the discussion at any of the following locations.

General Discussion about experimenting with the Principles of Divine Truth.

Date: Monday 25th November, 2013

Location: “Alchera” 232 Gap Road, Ruffy Victoria

Time: 1.30-3.30pm
Hosted by: Jurgen and Roswitha

Discussion About True Health & Healing

Date: Sunday 1st December, 2013

Location: Community Living & Respite Centre
26a Percy Street, Echuca

Time: 1-3pm

Hosted by: Marg Fuller

Discussion About You & Your Spirit Friends

Location: Yarrawonga, VIC
Date & Time: TBA

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Discussion About True Health & Healing Your Own Pain

Location: Wangaratta VIC
Date & Time: TBA January 2014

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3 Day Self- Reflection Opportunity

Location: Leo’s Hut, East Buffalo River Road, Abbeyard Region Victoria

Date: Jan 6-9 2014


Potential experiences:
– Basic Camping: challenge comfort addictions
– Complete bush solitude, no one within cooee!
– discussions/ viewing Divine Truth material
– mediumship; assisting spirit friends
– learning basic bodywork to assist emotional healing
– self reflection & tips for emotional processing
– spending time with people who desire to grow in Love and develop a Relationship with God
– shared vegetarian meals

This event will not be structured, you will be responsible for yourself at all times. We are simply offering the opportunity for growth and self- reflection.

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If you reside in another area and are keen to learn or discuss experimenting with Principles of Divine Truth in your life and community, we are open to the possibility of visiting your area and holding a free talk.

Meet Charles & Vincent

Pastor Charles and Pastor Vincent. These two young fellows are pretty excited by the events that have occurred in their lives over the past month or so. They are a little camera shy, but were willing to sit with us and share a little of themselves. Amid the traffic noise and maize grinder, we managed to capture a sample of their personality.

The Ring Of Kerry

Well we finally boarded a plane and waved our friends goodbye. Next stop Ireland.  With all the mucking around that occur with the robbery, we ended up flying direct, rather than traveling via Heathrow.  We left in the nick of time, as a few days later the international airport in Nairobi was evacuated and closed down due to a fire gutting the departures! Close one!

Here we planned to stay with Kerry’s friends/cousins Maggie and George, basing ourselves in Tramore, Waterford county (most people have heard of Waterford Crystal) for about 10 days.  We were really looking forward to being able to go for a decent walk, without being hasseled. Plus a swim was definitely on the cards.

We spent the first few days sorting out the fall out from the robbery- hours on the phone and computer, filing a claim with the travel insurance company.  I’m sure they make it such a teadious process, so that most people will give up, and can not be bothered completing the required details!  We discovered during this time, that we would not be able to go to thailand and meet with Soe, in fact we were not going to be able to do many things we had hope while we were in the vacinity.  Reluctantly, we have to fly home at the end of august, direct to Australia, to align with the 6 months validity on your passport clause.  Bummer dude.

So we figure whilst we are in ireland, may as well have a look around.  The Waterford Spraoi festival was on the first weekend we arrived. Street theatre, various bands, dancers, acrobatics and of course the fireworks finale.  We checked out a couple of things- one of which was really cool. The headliner act was from france, Delreves. It reminded me of a puppet show…

Maggie and George took a fews days holiday and we all headed over to the south west coast, of Dingle Penisula and the Ring Of Kerry. They had been experiencing beautiful weather, even for ireland, so we hoped the lookouts and scenic route would be worth the visit.

Via Conors Pass, which did actually fog up completely, we set down for the night in Dingle. This is a cute little seaside town, with nice art galleries, and live music all about the place. It was busy being summer hols, but still not crowded compared to Kenyan standards. After finding a place to lay our heads for the night, we meandered about town through the afternoon and into the evening. We stumbled across ‘unplugged sessions’ in the local music shop, just as they were about to close the door and begin the evenings performance- perfect timing, live music that is not in a pub, brilliant! What a treat, David Geaney, eighteen year old, four years running, World Champion Irish dancer! A local folk singer, Pauline, and then Marie Fielding, a Scottish Fiddler. David was PHENOMENAL! HOW he moved his feet so fast without landing flat on his face…brilliant. Wanna see?

This inspired us so much- what a talent! We gave it a crack a few days later…crack of laughter that is.

Marie Fielding and Mat, the guitarist were also brilliant. There is something about music that just permeates the soul- especially when the person performing is loving it also. Oh how I wish I could play like this. How fast is Mat’s hand strumming!!

The following day we continued our jaunt around the coastline, to Valentia Island, Portmagee, Cliffs of Kerry, Skellig Rocks
Cliffs Of Kerry- Portmagee
Skelligs Rocks @ Cliffs Of Kerry

Ballinskellig Castle and Beach, Waterville and the Loher Lookout, Kenmare, Killarney, then back down towards Glengarriff, a boat to Garnish Island and gardens, to Cork and ‘home’ to Tramore.

Ballinskellig Castle

Ballinskelllig Beach

Ballinskelllig Beach

Waterville Lookout

Waterville Lookout

Loher Fort- Waterville

Loher Fort- Waterville

Ross Castle, Killarney

Ross Castle, Killarney

Killarney Lakes
Killarney Lakes Lookout- County Kerry

Torc Waterfall
Torc Waterfall- Killarney

Muckross House:
muckross house

It amazes me how houses like this were constructed, with the skill and techniques of the day.  After hearing the stories of why certain things were in place, like a 36 call bells, wired throughout out nearly every room in the house, with written identification labels in the bell hall- only none of the staff could read, so they had to learn to distinguish every bell by the tone of the ring. And the example of a huge frosted window above the upstairs landing, so the owners could not see their staff going about the tasks of the day- makes you wonder how they are traveling in the spirit world.  I forget that Australia is relatively young in its westernised habitation.  I am actually extremely thankful that I was not born in this era.  Gender and class were big issues of the day. Although the emotional injuries, and belief systems are probably still quite similar to those of this time, maybe less overt in some parts of the world. For example, the last family to own this Muck Ross Estate, went banckrupt after completely rennovating and remodeling the house, purely because Queen Victoria gave 6 years notice of her visit, and she stayed for all of two days.  They had hoped that she would be so impressed with her visit that she would grant them Titles, furthering their position in the social hieracy. Upon Queen Victoria’s return to England, her husband died suddenly and she went into a deep depression- her two day visit to Ireland completely vacating her memory.  A fairly dramatic consequence of the need to people please, and gain ‘superior’ social standing, hey! The universal law of equality certainly was not demonstrated here. There were many addictions and errors that came to light, as a result of a tour through this house- well, the entire stay in Ireland actually. God really does provide opporunities for Soul awareness, correction and growth in every moment.  I need to work on my obliviousness.

muck ross 2
Thanks to google images for these pics.

Kenmare Stone Circle, dates back to druids and bronze age, 3000yrs.
Kenmare Stone Circle 2

Valentia Island

Valentia Island

Ring Of Kerry
Ring Of Kerry

We are now in England, hoping to meet up with Denis, and share our experiences from Kenya with a group in Liss, South Of England on Sunday.  Ange and Pete have kindly opened their hearts and home to us, and it has been a lovely peaceful stay the last few days- affording us the opportunity to speak openly and reflect on all that has occurred over the past few months. Thanks guys- its been lovely to get to know you.

Traversing Kenya

We thought it might be a nice idea to show you visually where the places we have been and blogged about, are situated, relative to each other.  I am a visual person, in that I like to imagine the places in my mind, and ‘see’ what is being described to me. Maybe you enjoy the visual ‘picturing’ of things also.

Traveling in Kenya requires patience, lots and lots of patience, and a willingness to be adventurous- a great way to feel into your emotions!!!  Just yesterday whilst traveling from Eldoret, back to Samburu- Rumuruti, we encountered a major road accident, blocking the main road (there are no prompt emergency service resources like we have available to us in Australia- we could have been sitting there waiting for 3 hours or 3 days)…so with ‘Google Maps’ Spirit Guides ( there is little to no reception out here) we took an off road detour, for about an hour, hoping like heck, that we would eventually find the main road again, the other side of the road block! We did, and we meandered our way through some beautiful country, that we would have not experienced sitting in built up traffic for an hour or potentially more.

For many reasons, spending time and experiencing a country like Kenya, will change you forever- whether visiting as a tourist, or for another purpose.  Before we left, most people we shared with, emitted fear and terror, about the thought of us (or them) visiting Kenya.  We have such a skewed, inaccurate belief and view of countries in Africa.  Sure, there are potential dangers here, but realistically, logically, if we have so much fear within us, and fear for our life,  there is no place of “safety” anywhere in the world. I for one do not want to be spending eternity in the spirit world, kicking myself that I wasted the opportunities living on earth, with a physical body, afforded me. God has created such an amazing play ground for us to explore- what are you waiting for???

Wanna come back with us next time? Or better yet, continue watering the seeds that have been planted, or go plant some yourselves!

David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust was founded in commemoration of the conservation work of David Sheldrick and his team during the 1950’s- 1970’s. David’s wife Daphne, formed the Trust after his passing, and continues today engaging in her passion for education and conservation of Africa’s wildlife. The Trust funds several components of conservation.

  • Orphans’ Project – where most specifically, baby elephants, and rhino’s that have been found throughout Kenya, either as a result of poaching, villager crop defense, or being stranded in water wells. The orphans are reared by keepers, until 3 years of age, and are then introduced and re-acquainted with wild elephants and released back into adoptive herds.
  • Anti-Poaching – teams are out 24/7 surveying and searching the national parks, deconstructing and removing snares that are located, while also “staking out” snare sites, in an attempt to capture and arrest the poacher when they come to collect their prey.



  • Mobile Vet Teams- are on call 24/7, out in the field, usually to treat animals that have been severely wounded by snare traps, poison spears, impaled objects etc. We watched a Doco on Tsavo National Park, where a young elephant had become tangled in a wire snare. The mother of the calf was obviously quite distressed, about the injured calf, and the approach of the Vet vehicle. Both had to be sedated, in order to free the snare from the calf. The wire had wrapped around and cut in so deep into the calf’s leg, that the whole head of a pair of bolt cutters disappeared into the wound to cut the wire free! It must have been so painful.
  • Community Education- teams of rangers and wildlife conservationists that travel the country, delivering talks to schools and villages, about the importance of caring for the welfare and future of Kenya’s wildlife. In some places that are close to the borders of the National Parks, large electric fences have been constructed, to ‘prevent’ the animals from entering the villages and destroying their crops. The idea being that, if the animals cannot physically reach the crops, then the villagers will not then kill the animals in an act of retaliation, or defense. This is a pretty obvious example of how treating effects, does not result in permanent change. People have encroached on the land, that the animals historically have traversed without limit.

To me, constructing a fence, does nothing to heal the “them and us” beliefs and feelings that exist within human souls that, humans (me included at times) as a general rule feel they have greater rights over land, and life, than any of God’s other creations.



The Orphan Project is situated in Nairobi, on the edge of the Nairobi National Park. The facility is open to the general public for only 1 hour each day. 11am- 12 noon, as the Keepers, attempt to limit the amount of exposure the baby elephants have to large numbers of humans- or should I say, demanding, needy humans. Each orphan has a rotating Keeper, that sleeps and eats with the young calf. They rotate, in an attempt to prevent a calf bonding to one specific person. This makes sense to a degree, as these calves are grieving, and grieve the loss of their mother for up to 3 years. Actually, I am now reminded of a fact Justus shared with us whilst watching a herd of elephants in the Mara. When an elephant dies, particularly through trauma, (as usually, the older more senile elephants become reclusive as they near the end of their life), the herd actually mourn and bury the dead. He said he has seen them remove the tusks and smash them up, and haul in massive trees and foliage, to bury the remains. These are amazing creatures!!

Whilst the Keepers role is to ‘be mother’, it is impossible for one person to be present with a calf 24/7 for 3 years of their care. As we entered the park, we walked past the accommodation each orphan is housed in- seriously, it was like a palace compared to many of the ‘homes’ most Kenyans reside in- they even had mattresses and blankets. The orphans in Kineni were sleeping on reed mats and using fertilizer bags as blankets, where there are not enough. The contrast was disturbing.

The calves are fed, every 3 hours, and consume the equivalent of 4 kg of infant formula each per day. 30 years of research has gone into sourcing an adequate milk replacement for these calves. They do not wean in the wild til the age of two and a half. Since know one has been game enough to take samples of elephant milk from a lactating cow- there has been considerable trial and error over the years to establish a formula that minimizes pneumonia (interesting that this is a considerable health risk, in these grieving calves) and calf death.


This dude is approximately 11 months old.


Note the small tusks. They begin growing at about 2 years of age.


Bath Time. To think women pay 100’s of dollars for a mud bath!



This was the bubby of the 22 orphans currently being cared for here.

I understand their reasons for wanting to limit the exposure the orphans have to a large group of noisy, oohing and aghing, humans. However, since they have 24 hr contact with a Keeper- I’m not sure how they believe this contact will not effect the impact of humans on the elephants, when releasing them into the wild. As we know, animals reflect the soul condition of the humans around them- but then I guess this is occurring globally anyway, hey.

The display, began with 12 of the youngest orphans running down the hill to the roped off area, where they were met by their Keepers and several bottles of formula, tubs of water, piles of red dirt and a communal mud bath. The feeling here was so different, to being with the herds in the Mara. As I began filming with my phone, the youngest calves started reacting to everyone surrounding them. The words coming over the microphone by the speaker were in complete contrast to the feeling and the behaviour we observed. I am going to post both here, for you to view if you choose. Maybe it was just me, and the feelings I felt in this interaction were a Law of Attraction for me and what I was struggling to connect with at the time. Or maybe it is a Law of Attraction for each of us?

The first, is observing the young calves when they first arrived into the viewing area. The second, is longer and captures much of the talk we heard by one of the Keepers (til the phone over heated and went into emergency mode…mmm)

The young ones left after about 30mins, then 10 of the older calves came bounding down the hill. Each were introduced and the we heard stories of where they each were found. Kerry and I were standing well back and to the side of the main area- wanting to impose ourselves as little as possible, on these beautiful creatures. There were a core group of particularly demanding visitors who were front and centre, pushing and shoving to get right up and practically climbing over the rope barrier- wanting so desperately to touch and have a personal interaction with the orphans.

Bottles emptied, and now time for a mud bath, one of the older calves positioned himself directly in front of this core group, with his back to them. The other calves were doing their own thing, rolling around in the mud and dirt, playing with each other, using their trunks to lift muddy water up onto their heads and backs. All of a sudden, this calf strategically positioned, started grabbing big chunks of mud and dirt in his trunk and with an almighty whip of its trunk around his body, sent this mud hurling backwards and plastered this group of visitors behind him!! He continued to do this for several minutes til, they had all moved well back from the rope. We watched him from the side, and seriously, the body language and glint in his eye spoke volumes! He was so chuffed with himself! And then went upon his way, huddling with the others. His message was loud and clear.

When I witness projects like this, and I’ll admit, I have financially and emotionally supported many in the past, both humanitarian and wildlife- I realize how clueless I still am when it comes to feeling, automatically, the Absolute Truth, of a situation, and the big picture interplay of Gods Laws of Love in action. One day I feel like I’m starting to get it, more than just intellectually, then another circumstance arises and I’m back doubting, wondering, thinking, attempting to figure out where,why and how, my version of love and Gods Love are way out of sync- which just proves to me, that I haven’t actually ‘got it’ at all. It is merely a nice concept, that seems right, and true and loving, in my mind.
Sure, there is demonstration of human love; that is love that we each have inside us that we choose to share with another or our environment- which I am certainly not knocking, it is better than no love at all! But, this display of human love doesn’t seem to really change anything, at the core I mean. Just like putting up a fence between the villagers and the wildlife, doesn’t alter for the better how those human feel about animals destroying their crops, or why they are attracting destruction of their particular crops in the first place??


Next was a visit to the Giraffe Centre. This was particularly touristy, and the entry fee reflected that. The ‘up close and personal feeding interaction’ with the giraffes is definitely a draw card, appealing to kids and older kids alike.
The family that founded this business had a vision for wildlife community education, and a desire to rescue the very rare Rothchilds Giraffe. In gratitude for their conservation work, the family were given a breeding pair of Giraffes from the government, which began what is now the Giraffe Centre.
On a balcony around the out side of the education centre you can feed the Giraffe at head hight. It is quite impressive when you see the 18″ tongue for the first time.
We realised when talking a with guide, after we had fed the giraffes, that the pellets they feed them aren’t that good for their digestive system- buggar! When we asked why do they continue to use them then, an adequate response was lacking.

We learnt some pretty cool things about Giraffes here. For example, their saliva had antiseptic qualities- so when they eat thorny trees and it sticks in their throat, they can heal themselves.
They also had samples of the skeletal system- I had fun playing with these!!!



Helen, 35 yr old Rothchilds Giraffe
Check out the size of this C7 vertebra!!!
A humungous Humerus
Now adjusting a giraffe- that would be cool. I was about 4 months too late. They had a young giraffe that got its neck caught in the fork of a tree, and subluxated it’s C3- quite literally a crick in its neck, which meant because the nerve supply had been compromised, the muscles strength decreased and it could no longer hold the weight of it neck and head up. If they don’t keep their head up they die! 76 Litres of blood surging through their veins every minute, means a massive blood pressure that will rupture their blood vessels, if the head is down too long. This is why they straddle, legs out when drinking, to minimize the pressure. Unfortunately, this young giraffe with an injured neck died.

Mandible, jaw bone. These teeth had done some serious munching!! Did you know a giraffe has four stomachs like a cow??

Some cool facts about Giraffes- hope you can read them from this photo.

Look At Your Life Through Heavens Eyes


These first few days in Kineni, staying at Javan and Susan’s place have been exhausting to say the least. We feel uneasy, and are not sure why. Yes, we are a little nervous about all that we have been taught, and wish to impart, thoroughly and efficiently. Our addictions of comfort, and having personal space are definitely being challenged. The days are long, (village life starts early and surprisingly finishes late into the night, their night meal being somewhere between 9 and 10pm) and being such close proximity to everyone, all the time, with little reprieve- it’s a tad overwhelming. Even having 180 pairs of physical eyes, staring at you, watching your every move- their feelings and beliefs about you, and why your here, constantly streaming towards you, is a fair bit to process. Add to this the heavy spirit influence, of earth bound, angry, resentful, suspicious relatives and previous community members- it was pretty full on! Plenty of opportunity to feel!

The women are up and about by 4.30am, well and truly still dark. Even the rooster is behind the 8-ball, not announcing the day til 5.30-6. The 160 orphans, 30m up the hill, are readying themselves for the trek to school, and on their way by 6am. Then the chooks nesting, sitting on eggs under our bed are fluffing about, wanting to duck out for a scratch and a snack.

Whilst we have both grown up on farms, and are not adverse to ruffing it- (having spent the last 12 months on the road traveling outback Australia); squatting behind a bush or in plain view to passing cars if necessary, bathing in a bucket, and wearing the same set of clothes til they practically walk themselves to the multi-purpose wash bucket, we can cope with. But I am the first to admit, without decent sleep, or time-out for myself, I cope very poorly.

I am not a morning person- in that, I prefer to speak (silently) with myself, and when I’m willing, God, until I am ready to interact with the world around me. And without sleep…well lets just say any mask of facade that may be tempted to use that day, is pointless! It may as well be made of clear wrap, cos my real feelings are ‘written all over my face’. Especially when there is a cumulative effect, of 3 or 4 days!

The two of us being squeezed into a single bed, for two nights, just so we would not offend our hosts, was ridiculous in hindsight. Although Denis encouraged us to stick it out, to show them that we were not afraid to stay in their mud huts for fear of sickness, as a minister from Australia had once declared- he was not the one sharing a single bed, with little to no sleep! Once again, we fell prey to our addictions of wanting to please and serve others, before we acted in love for ourselves! Hence Kerry and I moved into Kisii for the remainder of the week’s evenings. Self Love was pretty high on the priority list by this stage- three intense days had already taken there toll. And, we were not rising with enthusiasm and excitement for the day ahead- it felt like a battle, that great effort was required, rather than a celebration and free flowing, desirous sharing and teaching (like we had experienced in Nairobi). We realized that if we were to honour the teachings of Divine Truth, and share openly during the day, then we had to care for ourselves- clearly no one else was going to, or was responsible for that.

And to be completely honest, we were not feeling very comfortable about staying in the village anyway. Something felt “off” from the very beginning, and we did not honour or investigate the reasons for our feelings- as the suggestion had been made by Denis that it was “just our fear”.

“You feel less happy and enthusiastic since entering Susan & Javan’s community, this is always God’s Laws signalling to you that something is not in harmony with love. If you trust this, and examine the evidence you already have, you will see that in this case, that ‘something’ is a lack of desire for truth in the people you are encountering.” Mary

No wonder it felt like such effort! What we were attempting to teach, either spiritually or technologically, was not being received. It’s quite pointless really, to continue doing so, when there is no openness or yearning for learning in the first place. The fact that Javan and Susan, literally fell asleep, within 5 minutes of teaching them about how to unpack and care for the notebooks, spoke volumes. This felt like it was going to be a long process. Actually, no. Upon reflection, we should have seen the evidence before us, for what it was, and packed up and left. The fact that we didn’t, and that we attempted to proceed over the coming days, highlights that we still didn’t get, in our souls, how the Laws of Love, and Truth and Desire, and Attraction were all showing us what was really occurring. We were blind to it. Thinking that we just needed to “give it more time”. But we know now- God doesn’t patiently sit around waiting…She moves on, to where the desire and longing is clearly already present (‘coming back’ the moment the He can feel sincere desire is present within). God is resourceful, and logical with Her gifts. We were not. This was a lesson we were yet to learn, and act upon. I can see now, that the Law of Free Will was also in play here. By persisting, when clearly, the body language before us was demonstrating, that they would rather be doing something else, and therefore we could have also been doing something else that we enjoyed- we were ignoring the Free Will of Javan and Susan, and Kerry and I. This demonstrated more lack of gratitude. If someone had brought awesome gear as a gift for me, that could potentially change my life- I would be chomping at the bit, to learn how to use it and care for it- a treasure that I would love. But no, we had to suggest when we would have training sessions- we were not asked for them.

Wow, even editing this now, nearly a week later, I am astounded at how we push on through, thinking we are doing the “right thing”, all the while, God is showing us His Laws in action and we are oblivious to them. In every moment. Is this what was meant by ” I was blind, but now I see”??? This demonstrates to me that my mind is still the dominate influence in my life. I am not being present. I am not feeling my way through each day with my Soul and Gods Laws as my compass. I’ve gotta take these blinkers off. I’m tired of mindfully, swimming against the current- what a waste of energy and precious time. Time or our lives may be infinite, but I will never get this minute back. Even this minute is a gift for me. Having “all the time in the world” is such a dismissive approach, and lack of gratitude for the love that is being offered to me every moment of my life. Wow, so many things I have missed and been oblivious to, are really hitting home for me today…

The morning were to meet Javan and Susan, we were again asked for money for food for the orphans. I am including the following correspondence, as an example of what not to do, and to show how my emotions got in the way and the power of what I started with became totally lost, and ignored- because I backed away from truth.

Javan: You bring sugar 50kg sack,rice two 50kg sacks,washing bar soaps preferably MENENGAI type,salt,cooking oil 17kg

Paige: Javan- we need to ask this question. You obviously have purchased these items in the past, to feed yourselves and the orphans. Why are you again, asking us to purchase them?
Where does the money normally come from?
If we were not here and you did not know of us, what would be your normal course of action?

We are here to share Divine Truth- this is our highest priority. We will not to be constant source of money for your day to day needs- WE do not have the funds. We only have the donations that have been given to us for water tanks and a car. That is all.
Have you reflected at all, on what Denis said to you on the phone the other day?? About the emotions in you and your people that are creating this lack?? Everything that happens in your life is because of your soul. Us providing for you all, only helps you avoid the lessons of Love God is trying to teach you. Which we will not be part of, as it is unloving of us to help you avoid. Pray and ask for help to feel the truth of the emotions in you, that limit the food you have.
We will discuss this later when we arrive.

Javan: Hi, we normally donate during harvest period as explained in the blog, at times the donations are little. Also Jesus & Mary have made donations previously towards food. We have some maize remaining, little cooking oil, and sugar. Do not worry, we accept that money is limited especially meeting our day to day living expenses and you have mainly visited us to share divine truth, come and teach and show presentations with us. Seeing you gave much encouragement to our people having that you have donated freely your finances and time to teach us the truth.

(This is when I started to doubt myself…maybe I’m wrong, maybe God would feed the Kids, maybe I am being harsh- it’s not the kids fault, they are hungry… )

Paige: How many days will the supplies you have requested last for?? We might be able to purchase them, just this once. [The beginning of the end!!] It will mean less funds for water tanks. If you start feeling emotionally about the lack in your lives, and asking God from your heart to help you do this, then possibly, as you release these feelings from your soul, other souls in western countries will feel the change in you and begin to feel a desire to donate more funds. This is how we have attracted these funds for you in the first place. But your souls must do their part also- if you choose not to change, then your circumstances and environment will not change for the better. We cannot keep bandaging the wound- it requires you all to heal it.
Healing the wound means connecting to and feeling all your anger, frustration, fear about not having enough, and most of all your sadness and grief about how this lack of abundance is affecting your lives, your children’s lives, and your people’s lives. There is much sadness here Javan and Susan- and deep crying will sincerely need to happen, if you want to bring more love into your souls.

To which my comments and request that Javan address the emotions creating such lack were again ignored, and dismissed- and my guilt/ compassion for hungry kids, along with my being swayed by Kerry and Denis, meant I caved and handed over $600 in food, over the following three days. (Yes, that means the next day, even though I knew it felt wrong, we spent more on two 80Kg bags of Maize, and one 80kg bag of dried beans- oy oy oy!). I knew us continuing to supply and provide food, was only adding to the problem- how was this, ever going to change the situation??!! Man! I suck at trusting my feelings, and standing firm for the principles of Truth and Love.

Paige & Kerry, Trust yourselves. You can already see inconsistencies with what you are seeing and being told. Ask yourself why you aren’t already acting and speaking more directly about these things. Why aren’t you being insistent that these irregularities be immediately resolved? And if they are not immediately resolved why don’t you leave?

So, you might be thinking to yourself, “what’s not loving about giving hungry kids food??” Well here’s where we lost God’s support. God already loves these orphans, and is doing everything She can to care for them. The orphans are in the situation they are in, because of the soul condition of the adults around them. They will continue in their pain while the adults are in the condition they are in. In fact, there is suspicion the adults are stealing money that we have donated to the children. There is nothing we can do unless the adults have a pure desire to change. God cannot help them in their current state, so neither can we. If we think we can then we are being arrogant. We must respect God’s Laws if we are ever going to have any positive effect.
This realization, that Mary and Jesus confirmed for me sat so heavy in my heart! Why did I not follow through! In these moments, I was not a good steward for the donations in my care- or loving the people that donated, or loving the orphans either! I was adding to their plight, by not being consistent and persistent with the Laws of Love. Not giving money for food, when there had been no desire or attempt to address emotions creating the lack, was the most loving thing to do- and I ignored it. My guilt, and my/our version of what is ‘loving’ took precedence. I had to really process this one, and I can feel now, in my heart, that that action has actually caused more harm…to me and to them. And this is why:

“I feel that you need to be so careful about setting up the expectation in the community that you will be in charge of caring for, feeding and clothing these orphans from now and into the future. You need to be careful that your own feelings of obligation and your avoidance of guilt and feeling responsible don’t actually end up encouraging the expectation in the community.”

We, unfortunately, said a little bit, then bit our tongues, said nothing, expressed nothing, and continued to observe this yucky feeling growing inside of us. ( I know, I know- it is probably blindingly obvious to all of you reading this account, what was really going on- but let me tell you, when your in the thick of it, and the spirits around you are hammering you also, plus you know you have fears and doubts that you are yet to work through- its hard to be clear and accurately discerning of all that is bombarding you!) That just sounded, like an excuse didn’t it. Truth is, we knew in our hearts things were not right; were not as they seemed- but we did not trust our feelings, and when we spoke of them, we tended to shy away from pursuing them, because of the response and opinion of others…which in the following days we paid dearly for.
In short we did not carry out our first task, which was to assess accurately and thoroughly how the donations to date have been spent- we got swept up, and allowed the wool to be pulled over our eyes. We should have ascertained this the moment we arrived, kept the gear in the car and left immediately, if the responses and evidence were not honest and complete. We were not firm enough. We were not direct enough. Instead we all, to a degree, defaulted to our various addictions- because we wanted everyone to like us, especially after all that welcoming singing!
As I write this now, I can see it all- how it all played out, and why. I wish I could see it all, as it happens, and honour myself enough to say actually no, I don’t want to participate in that- we need to do this first! A benefit of sharing all of this with you, is the power and insight, and growth (if you embrace it) that comes from self reflection.

The third day of being out there, Kerry and I again asked questions, attempting to clarify and ascertain the truth and feelings behind the words Javan, and to a degree Susan, were telling us. Satisfactory answers just weren’t forth coming- and this yucky feeling grew exponentially. Denis felt we were being too harsh, that Javan would tell us in his own good time, how he spent the donations that were gifted in good faith to support the orphans and the sharing of Divine Truth here in Kineni. We felt the opposite- that Javan was hiding, and deliberately not forth coming with the evidence and receipts. Things just weren’t adding up. And it was clearly evident, by the treatment of the children’s clothing alone, new or second hand, that there was little gratitude for the gifts that had already been given. I was greatly concerned about how the car and fragile technology we had brought with us were going to be treated, when such lack of love had been demonstrated as the children’s clothes and shoes lay strewn about the compound grounds, or thrown on the dirt floor of the mud hut, as you would have seen in the photos posted in a previous post.
Javan attempted to blame the children for this, to which I quickly reply, “You are the adult here Javan, and the person who has nominated themselves to care for these children. The children reflect the emotions and beliefs you, and the other adults here have in their souls, about gratitude, love and care for the gifts given to you either by God or by Others. Which means, if the children treat their gifts, and possessions like this, you have exactly the same disrespect, and lack of love both for the gift, and the resources that created these gifts, and the people who gave them in the first place. Also blaming, anyone else, particularly children, rather than taking personal responsibility and looking at your own behaviour, is so not cool in God’s eyes. Shirking responsibility and palming it off to someone else, kids, in this instance, demonstrates lack of integrity, and shows us the true nature of your feelings, which right now are quite dark and contrary to the words you are insisting we believe.” “You say you are SO grateful, yet as we look around, our eyes and hearts tell us otherwise”. “We cannot help you if you are not honest with yourself, and honest with us”.

Guys, it is breaking God’s Laws to continue to give while a person is not in truth. Do not give more when it is clear the adults will be abusing the gifts. This only harms you and them. It does nothing for the children. Be firm and direct and take action immediately on any issue that you know to be unloving, or untruthful.

You are all shying away from this, and this is about you avoiding fear. Love acts, and doesn’t water down the truth or make compensations for people’s injuries. God knows that we can handle truth, and truth is the only thing that will open us to love. That’s why God values it so highly and attempts to bring it to us constantly. If you guys are avoiding truth out of fear, then you are lessening God’s Power to assist you and the people you are speaking with.

Two more days followed, and still our discussions about honesty and transparency washed off without absorption. We had seen some receipts, but not all, and when we asked pointed direct questions, the answers were avoided, justified or claimed…”they do not give receipts for such things”, to which we replied, so have you not recorded somewhere, everything you have spent? Knowing that we would be auditing and checking when we came, especially since all of these funds have been gifted to you? Did you not think that we would like to know specifically where it has been spent? And ensure that, you have spent it for the purposes you requested, or that we specified- like $3,000 on children’s clothing, since you kept telling us how cold it was becoming, and how cold the children were??

“Using funds to throw away after effects is a waste of time and resources. If there are no adults in Javan’s community, with responsibility to determine the direction for the community, that demonstrate honesty, sincerity or respect for the gifts you are giving, and if they are simply demanding things like food for orphans (instead of embracing ideas to deal with causes) then spending your money on these things would not help anyone in the long term, and would only breed dependency and more expectation. Remember the discussions we have had about how expectation is one of the most damaging injuries we in the West have; it is the injury that created much of the poverty you are now witnessing. It is not loving to encourage expectation and demand in the Kenyan people. They need to be empowered, not parented!”

To be honest by this stage it felt like we were being used, under the disguise of desire for Divine Truth, as a meal ticket to provide for the orphans, and to install power to the site, and pay for the organization government registration. After all the time spent emailing, researching and preparing for Kenya, sharing Truth and teaching about Love through our written conversations- no change had been made, no sincere desire to self reflect and feel had been engaged. I think we wanted so much for this community to be sincere, and get it, and desire God and His awesome loving laws, as much as we were striving for- that we just didn’t want to see that it wasn’t the case. We kept hoping, we would see and feel evidence of this sincere longing- but it just wasn’t there.

“Something to consider: If I was given large amounts of money from complete strangers on the other side of the world, who then travelled a long way, at their own expense, to visit me, upon their arrival the gratitude in my heart would naturally compel me to take them immediately to show them the precious gifts they had given and the difference it had made in our lives.

While I completely understand that these guys have injuries about the west etc, I still feel that love affects us universally. The fact that you haven’t been shown such things or treated in such a way, even upon asking, demonstrates that love and gratitude are not in their hearts in relation to these gifts. Under such circumstances it is unloving to give anything more.”

The feedback email we received from Jesus and Mary, when entering the Maasai Mara game park, really helped us feel and admit the truth of the situation. I have included some of their guidance here, as I feel these points are so important for anyone who desires to engage in the community at large, sharing the principles of Divine Truth, or for that matter, desiring to help anyone or any community, anywhere in the world, from a place of Love and Integrity.

“Am I honouring the gifts provided by people in Australia (P & K this includes you, yourselves) by ensuring that the reasons they donated the funds are being upheld? They donated the funds for the furthering of Divine Truth on the planet, and to help us to connect with people who have a sincere desire for that to happen.

Am I considering and honouring the time that went into being able to provide equipment, airfares, tanks, food and clothing for orphans? Am I considering people’s hard work, personal wages and savings that made these things possible and the effort that was taken to purchase good quality equipment and provide training in this equipment?

Am I addressing the fact the that gifts given to Javan’s community are not being honoured, and that lies have obviously been told about the usage of people’s hard earned funds?

“The people at home who have assisted in this trip, are just as important in God’s Eyes as anyone in Kenya, and in allowing the people in Kenya to abuse these gifts you not only dishonour the gifts of people at home (Paige and Kerry this includes your own gifts and hard earned money) but you assist our Kenyan brothers and sisters to damage further their own soul condition by being completely ungrateful for the gifts they have already received.

In not addressing these issues, and instead trying to encourage sincerity and honesty in people who already don’t display it, you actually impede the growth of these people. It also prevents you from moving on and finding opportunities to give the gifts to people who have a sincere desire.”.

Things will go well for you on the trip as long as you uphold God’s Laws. Things will go badly if you ignore God’s Laws, or have a lack of courage in upholding them.

On the last day, staying at Kineni, I needed sometime away from the constant noise, and was searching for answers as to where I was going wrong- why this all felt so bad, why I had a feeling of just wanting to get out of here! I was severely sleep deprived, having been awake all night and all day, plus little the night before. So I crawled into bed, with my iPad and earphones, and found a movie which I had been carrying around with me for sometime, but never actually watched. Maybe this will help answer some questions?? So for the next 90 minutes I bawled my eyes out, as theme after theme, and song after song, highlighted to me the things I was missing. The movie was Disney’s The Prince Of Egypt, based on the story of Moses. Whilst many of the concepts depicted in this movie about God, and Gods Love are incorrect- there are many that are True. The part that had the most impact for me was this song. Again, while I do not agree with some of the lyrics, the over all message was what I needed to hear. “Through Heavens Eyes”


Lets now fast forward to the morning in the Mara, after the three of us discussed the content of Jesus and Mary’s Feedback email.

As Justus drove us from our stay in the Maasai Mara, my heart was heavy with sadness. Would I find the courage to say all that needed to be addressed today? Would I no longer allow my fear of angry, violent men (and spirits), and deep feeling of mistrust, make me shy away from expressing what I really feel- address issues of dishonesty, and lack of love, self deception and addictions in others, as well as myself? If I found the courage and faith to do all this, the next weight on my heart was, how was I going to share with you all our withdrawal from Kineni Village, Ogembo?

Initially, I felt like I had failed- let down everyone that was involved in the Kenya project. I was angry with myself, for not upholding truth, and not trusting my feelings. But most of all, I was sadden by the lack of honesty and transparency Javan and Susan were displaying to us, in our interactions, discussions and their actions. In truth- my lack of firmness and thoroughness for Truth contributed to this situation, and I realized this morning, that no longer could I honour my fear, and shy away from what I felt to be true in my heart. The pain it was causing me and everyone around me is just too great.

Every time you are willing to step over one of God’s Laws you are not helping anybody – this includes you, them, their community, the children, and the common issues that are the causes of poverty globally.

It’s perfectly OK to bring the equipment back home with you if you cannot find anyone who you feel will treat it with respect or care. It can be used here or in other places in the world to share Divine Truth, and this is how it was intended to be used.

So I prayed. All day, I prayed. I Prayed like I have never prayed before- that we each would find the courage to speak openly and honestly with Javan & Susan, and feel into our addictions as to why we did not address these issues with them and between the three of us, the moment they arose- it could have saved so much heart ache. I longed that I would have the courage to speak my concerns, to ask the questions that needed answers, and to lovingly and thoroughly, yet firmly, address the issues of love and truth that had been dismissed, ignored or blatantly compromised within this whole project, with others and myself. To completely assess the evidence of monies donated, as we should have done the moment we arrived in Kineni. Instead, we allowed our flakiness for truth, and feelings of obligating the display of niceties towards us, not wanting to offend.

I realized- I had to be real! I had to face this head on, or I had to go home. I was not assisting Divine Truth in Kenya, by pandering to my fears. I realized that morning, in the car, as I drove us back to Kineni, that I did actually, truly feel love for Javan and Susan. And if I Loved them, I had to address these issues with them- I had to explain why we could not stay. I had to share with them that actually, I wished I didn’t have to leave, because there was so much we wished to share with them that could literally change their lives- but, their actions and feelings were demonstrating to us beyond a doubt, that they sincerely did not want these truths. And Did not want to develop a relationship with God- even though they said they did. I wanted to explain, that it was OK, if they didn’t want to learn about God. But that their lack of honesty, and not telling us this, was being unloving toward us, and the time we have devoted to be here with them.

An early withdrawal due to a lack of sincerity always has more of a positive effect. It causes people to have to reflect on their level of sincerity, much more than you attempting to encourage and engender sincerity in them. God never attempts to encourage people into sincerity. God waits for the person to become sincere and then rewards them and gives abundant gifts as a result of their sincerity.

I wanted to emphasize, that “our leaving is not a punishment. Our leaving, is the most loving thing we can do for you right now”. And one day, I hope they would be able to feel the Truth of this.
Kerry and I bawled, as we could feel the Love pouring into us, as we spoke, sharing all we said with Javan and Susan. I have been reflecting on this all week. And I am still not certain, they absorbed anything that we shared with them Sunday afternoon, or the entire time we have known them. But I’m pretty sure, their souls absorbed some of the love we felt for them in those hours- and that, they will carry with them forever, no matter how they choose to act now.