“If you want to inspire others, then you yourself must demonstrate it.”

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“You know, many people want to go out and share everything they learn as soon as they learn it. The problem is that they have not really learned it, and so they cannot demonstrate it. If you want to inspire others, if you want to show them something that has really been effective in your life, then you yourself must demonstrate it. This demonstration is far more powerful and effective than any words that you could say or any illustrations that you could create.”

 

“Everything you say and everything you do represent you in the world.They represent what you think and what you value, what you are contemplating and what you are avoiding. Your actions speak very loudly, louder than your words. Here you are making a demonstration of what you value and what you feel you are every day, in a myriad of ways.”

 

“If a few can learn to follow Knowledge, abide with Knowledge and recognize Knowledge as the Greater Power that is with them and in them, then greater works can be done, greater examples can be made and greater demonstrations can be established. This will produce a resonating effect that will enable Knowledge to be translated from person to person in ways that are mysterious and pervasive and in ways that are lasting and meaningful. This gives a great responsibility to those who are the first generations to learn a Greater Community Way of Knowledge. They are the pioneers, for they will establish greater parameters of understanding and the possibility for the development of greater abilities.”

 

“Through those who can study and learn it patiently and effectively, the translation of Knowledge will continue because their efforts, their actions and their demonstrations in life will provide inspiration, insight and encouragement for those with whom they come in contact. The impact of their activities will be lasting and resonating. This is the evidence of Knowledge.”

From the WIKI

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One Response to "“If you want to inspire others, then you yourself must demonstrate it.”"

  1. Dariel Blackburn Posted on April 12, 2012 at 11:36 am

    “Through those who can study and learn it patiently and effectively, the translation of Knowledge will continue because their efforts, their actions and their demonstrations in life will provide inspiration, insight and encouragement for those with whom they come in contact. The impact of their activities will be lasting and resonating. This is the evidence of Knowledge.”

    These words are so comforting. All the years I have been practicing and preparing in the GCW of K I have been preparing from some momentous purpose that will open before me someday. I have also had qualms that perhaps I have missed the opportunity to meet with that member of my Spiritual Family who was meant to join me in this work. I have tried not to dwell on that thought as it seemed to sad. But again and again I have been told that it is how I allow Knowledge to express through me in each moment that matters. I don’t have to worry about a purpose in the future, but only be fully present to the relationship that is in front of me in the moment. Knowledge is present in this moment and given my assistance and an opening in the other, it will touch Knowledge and spark Its awakening there. If I don’t have to have it look grandiose, Knowledge can spread through me into others and through my world in ways that are beyond my knowing. In this way, something small can be used for a great purpose. I hope there is still a rendevouz in my future, but lack of it doesn’t have to prevent me from being a tool for Knowledge in the world.