posted on Oct, 28 2004 @ 06:12 PM
You know I respect you Amuk, but if you bother to read any of his books, it is very obvious what his answer is. He doesn't fight, as he says "you
become what you fight." Kind of like Jesus' saying "Those who fight by the sword die by the sword." As well, he believes in the power of love,
he believes love is truth. That is the best way to "fight" the evil, to love, to embrace truth. Your true vibrations so to speak.
As he talked about, he is guided by intuition, his true spirit. He explains this part a lot in his books too, it's like seeing a band of robbers
around the corner before you ever reach it. But how can you avoid the robbers, if you don't believe robbers exist? As well, there is nothing to
fear if you are true to yourself and to what your surroundings actually are. It's about love and awareness, which he feels can overcome all.
I'll admit, there may be a lot that I have a hard time believing because I try to believe in as little as possible. But, it doesn't hurt to have an
open mind and try to understand where he is coming from.