Adversity for Good? – Week 21

As Mark Januszewski has instructed us in Master Key Master Minds, “We use every adversity for a greater good or accomplishment.”

We have been instructed to use fear, anger, hurtful feelings, unworthiness, and guilt as a tool to live the life we choose.  The miracles start by stop paying attention to ourselves and notice others around us.  We are to use the negative feelings above as a fulcrum to manifest different results.

I have found a video that I believe portrays all of what Mark J. is trying to draw out of us.  I hope you enjoy it.

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14 thoughts on “Adversity for Good? – Week 21

  1. Mark Holland

    Hey Cyndria! great choice of video! I watched it all, and was intrigued by the goodwill displayed between “enemy” soldiers. War is so senseless when you see what lies underneath the violence – love and goodwill. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Cyndria Post author

      That is so true. What the video didn’t show was the lifetime impact that this had on her boy and at least one other soldier whom the boy had finally met up with later in life when the American soldier was 90. It was a great reunion with actual footage of love and goodwill still in action.

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    1. Cyndria Post author

      Your welcome, Lee. Christmas morning started out with ‘Thanks’ for what little they had; later, God enriched their lives beyond belief.

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  2. Geni Witt

    Cyndy that was a wonderful story you found. Comfort zones were definitely expanding for the mother and her son, but also for the Americans, and the Germans, too. She was a wise mother. I loved that she took charge, took her place at the head of the table of her home, and she prayed a beautiful prayer that touched each person’s heart present at the table.

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    1. Cyndria Post author

      Thank you, Geni. It was revealing to me as well that she knew it could’ve been certain death for her and her son to harbor the enemy; she took that chance and did the right thing anyway…but first extracting the promise that the German soldiers would accept her ‘house guests.’

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    1. Cyndria Post author

      I agree, Heather. When people live in peace and harmony, there is no need for war. It is those who disrupt the liberty of others due to greed and corruption, that cause havoc in the world around us. MKMMA is teaching us that we can change this world one-by-one…starting with our self.

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