"Whatever hell that

you have been put through-

know that I have been there too!"

 

 

 

Every child who has grown up without a childhood friend.

 

Every child who has grown up without a childhood friend is someone I can identify with because I have been there. For every boy or girl who had to deal with the pain of watching their parents separate and divorce,  and their family fall apart, I know how they feel because I have been there too. Each child who has been mistreated in the school system by teachers, or even by other students, is a child whose ordeal I understand too well – because I have been there also.

 

 And every adult who is persecuted, or simply ridiculed, because they are considered illiterate by the Society they live in, is someone whose feelings of being treated as a social leper, and a lower class person, I understand – because I have been there also. Every teenage girl or boy who has had to grow up without being accepted as one of the gang by their peers is an individual whose feelings of being an outsider I can sympathize with in a personal way -because I have been there.

 

 Every girl or woman who has been the victim of a stalker, or a male who just would not leave them alone, is a sister whose dilemma I know too well – because I have been there too. Any female who has been raped, including those sisters who have been raped by their husband, boyfriend, or someone in their life, whom they were expected to trust, is a victim whose feelings of being violated and dehumanized I can share – because I have also been there.

 

 Each child who has been ripped from their family.

 

For every one who lives as an illegal alien in any country where they are not welcomed or wanted,  I can understand your frustrations of feeling trapped in a country where you came to find a future for yourself, and your family; and being treated like an economic slave and a non-person – because this God has been there too.

 

I have been there, and I have walked in my own shoes down the same painful path that you have. Every survivor of a mugging, or a stabbing, or a kidnapping is someone whose feelings of shock and helplessness and agony I understand – because I have been there. Everyone who has survived being mistreated by a dentist,  or a doctor, or a lawyer, or a judge is someone I can personally identify with – because I have been there too.

 

Every mother who has endured the trauma and pain of having their children taken from them by some child protection agency is a woman whose feelings of helplessness and emptiness I understand – because this mother has been there too.

 

 Each child who has been ripped from their family, and placed in the custody of some agency or other people, is a child whose feelings of being abandoned and betrayed and rejected I also know in a real way – because I have been there. Every wife, or young girl, who has been the victim of their violent and abusive husband or boyfriend, and even those women who still have not found the strength or the courage to leave that deadly relationship, is a woman whose deep sense of being a social prisoner, and an economic slave of the man they were with, or still with, that I know firsthand – because I have been there.

 

Every family who has ever been evicted from their home.

 

 Yes, this God has been there as a victim in many walks of life. Every woman, or girl, who has been the target of sexist and egotistical men or boys, at their places of work, and have even been forced to shut up and accept this abuse, or leave,  or be fired, is a worker who sense of being violated and degraded that I truly understand – because I have been there too.

 

Every family who has ever been evicted from their home, or who has been forced to live in an emergency shelter, or even on the streets to protest this injustice,  is a family whose feelings that their whole world has fallen apart that my family can relate to – because we have been there. And we still are. And for all those families who have been on welfare, and even those who still are, I know the feelings of being treated like a loser and a failure that you are going through, or have gone through, because my family has been there. And we still are.

 

 Each woman, or man, who has taken a stand for what they believe in, and stood up against the forces controlling and destroying everything they live for, is someone whose courage and strength and perseverance I can identify with - because this woman has been there. And I still am.

 

For everyone who believes that justice is a way of life that belongs to everyone, and not just to some people, and who is willing to put their lives on the line to fight for that reality until they have no life left, is a woman or man whose conviction and wisdom and vision I truly understand – because this God has been there; and in fact has never left.

 

 And for every survivor of betrayal and abandonment and rejection and persecution and torment and all forms of injustices and wrongs, and who has refused to allow those wounding experiences to turn them into their attackers and abusers, this survivor who has become a  fighter against all those injustices and abominations - has been there too. And yes, she still is.

 

 And for every woman, child, or man, who has felt the urge to take their own life, because life became just too painful for them to bear any longer, this God identifies with the deep sense of depression and unbearable emotional agony that you have gone through, or may even be now going through, and I am still here today to let you know that I have been there.

 

 Whatever the trauma or crisis that one can think of, I have been there.

 

 Even those tormented souls who chose to end their tormented mortal lives, and each of whom this God has met with, and counseled, on the Other Side Of Life, I truly know the feelings of suffocation and desperation that drove you to make such a life ending decision to flee from the land of the living, and take shelter in the world of the spirit – because I have been there also many times in this lifetime.

 

 Finally, for all those tortured and wounded souls who have been driven to the brink of insanity, and for those who have fallen over into the pit of that lonely and frightening existence, I know the paralyzing pain that forced you to flee deep inside the frontiers of your mind so that you could protect and preserve your very soul, at the cost of abandoning your rationale mind – because I have walked on that same precipice, and I know what it feels like to have been there too.

 

 Whatever the trauma or crisis that one can think of, I have been there, and I have walked along those tormented and tortured paths of life. I am a woman who has endured more abuses in every area of her life, just about all of my life, than any other human being has been forced to endure in ages.

 

 My whole life has been one crisis after another. But if I had chosen to separate myself from the life of pain and suffering I had endured since I was a child, as I have the ability to do as a God, then I would no longer be as close to the heart of those experiences as I am now.

 

 I would also have lost the deep bond of pain that I now have with everyone on the planet who has also been the victim of any of the abuses I was subjected to. So I hold on to the pain and the agony and the suffering, which has shaped my entire life; and I will continue to hold on to these wounded memories until I see the end of injustices and unfairness in the lives of all beings living on this planet.

 

Yet I have not harmed, or even tried to harm, a single living soul on this planet.

 

 I have been injured in every area of my life for practically all of my life. Yet I have not harmed, or even tried to harm, a single living soul on this planet in any way for any reason at any time. Had I not had the indomitable spirit, the crystal sight, the impeccable thinking, and the flawless way of being of a God: after the lifetime of pure and living hell I have been put through by family, friends, co-workers, and just about everyone who has come around me –  today I would have been either a drug addict, an alcoholic, or even a patient in an insane asylum, a killer on death row, or a rotting corpse inside a cemetery. And that’s the Gods’ Truth!”

 

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