Christopher will not be a part of the Peer Review Group meetings because he will no longer do anything that is not public for everyone. He is being completely transparent in all he does. We need to be able to review the book without critics and enemies taking over the meeting so they are not open to the public. He will review the recorded meeting afterwards.
The MWAW provides information that no one has ever known. This book is very important and will be unchallengeable, even if people don’t agree with it. The introduction is very important, as are the chapters. We are admonished to give our honest opinions about it and check our pride at the door. Don’t take all the time and don’t raise your hand over and over again. Sheri will call on us if she wants to know more. We are reminded to be loving and kind in our interactions.
“Everyone is right. Which makes everyone wrong.®” Our opinions are based on our individual experiences and our perception of ourselves and the reality in which we exist. When we die, we will realize that our opinions don’t matter. All that matters is how we act. To get along with each other we must eliminate the negative connotation of “lie vs. truth” and replace those terms with “personal opinions.” Our human minds think “I am right and everyone else is wrong.” This is our ego and pride. It’s because we believe in ourselves. When we die, we will realize that everything that we believe is not true. So, except in the forum of the Peer Review Group, we should never share our opinions and we should allow everyone to have their own.
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