I did something different yesterday. What do you mean? I did something, kind of spontaneously, that I'd been meaning to do for a while, ever since the idea first appeared. What did you do? I sent something to a man I've never met. When I first had the idea of doing this, a number of things wanted to be included, even the idea of physically taking them myself. But none of them were actually necessary; they were all just about making the connection more real. The idea of things being more real never leaves me, even though it sometimes comes with the understanding that I'm already doing it, just by being who I am and doing what I do, even though much of the time I have no idea of the effect this actually has. Even though nothing HAS to happen to make things real, I've had this niggling feeling that something is going to. All this comes under the banner of â€˜belief system' of course, and in the realm of belief systems, this one's a doosy. I've talked about the idea of messiah before. I've mentioned the possibility of messiah not as an individual, but as a kind of presence, that everyone can feel and experience. This â€˜messiah' vibration can't just enter an individual all at once though, as it would be too much to handle. So it has to come in gently, little by little, so that as it changes things, it allows adjustment and assimilation of the reality it confers along the way. Once it reaches a certain level of presence, and is affecting life a certain way, the individual would be ready to step into the world, not only seeing themselves as they are, but being seen as such by others. What's interesting about the messiah idea â€“ individual Vs abstract, is that none of them are wrong. But there was something I hadn't quite understood. The experience of messiah coming through a single individual has been talked about for ages, as has the abstract, but it is not the most likely possibility. There are two aspects to life, Yin/Yang, positive/negative, surrender/will, etc. Each requiring their own opposite in order to be complete. Expressing itself through opposites, where each having been through a vastly different life journey, like the way the two faces of a coin are always different, but without both of them, it's not a real coin, two opposites are needed to manifest messiah. And when they realise it, like matter/antimatter, the effect this will produce will become so powerful that it will really change things. This is the last piece of the puzzle. This is the bit that makes it make sense, and which needed to be understood. I've always felt conflicted about the idea of messiah as it stood. It was always about each of us doing it ourselves, not waiting for one shining from on high to do it for us. This is religion's fault unfortunately. Religion, made by man, yet making itself infallible, having to force itself upon those who did not wish to accept it. But, for all its faults, religion is not completely wrong, not in its essence. I'm only speaking from my own perspective here of course, but that doesn't mean you won't read this and feel inspired to say something in response. Something that might reveal a level of understanding and awareness that will confirm what many people already believe. MESSIAH IS ALREADY HERE.