by Robyn Jones – B.Sc. (Psych), Goonellabah, Australia
There are so many people in the world that inspire me – in fact I can easily say that I am inspired by every single person I meet to some degree, because there is greatness within us all.
But this was not always the case. Once upon a time I was disillusioned with the world, I had retreated into anxiety, and was finding the everyday tasks in life a challenge most days.
Then I met Serge Benhayon, founder of Universal Medicine. I noticed he had a quality to him that I had not felt in someone for a very long time. He was genuinely interested when people spoke, he had this immense understanding of life and the workings of it, and it was obvious that he really enjoyed being himself.
This was amazing to me and I felt immediately inspired to find out more about how he could be like this – and with everyone – it wasn’t with just a select few.
So I observed, I compared, I studied, I healed, and I learnt that I too have all this within me.
This to me is true inspiration – to be inspired to be Me again. The Me that knows divinity, love, and brotherhood.
And so, for a little lightheartedness and to express my appreciation of this amazing man, I have written down some of the qualities I have been, and continue to be, inspired by within Serge corresponding with each letter of his name.
S – Supportive
E – Encouraging
R – Respectful
G – Grand
E – Evolutionary
B – Brotherhood
E – Equality
N – Nurturing
H – Healing
A – All Encompassing
Y – Youthful
O – Omnipresent
N – Natural
And finally, I will leave you with this quote from this truly great man. For me, this is what true inspiration is all about… “To empower another to be who they truly are in according to the living essence that dwells inside them, and to have that person connect to that on their own accord, and by doing so, choose to live from it and by it, is the basis of Universal Medicine, for as one reconnects to their innermost, they will find that the Universe is in harmonious constellation with them to evolve as such.” Serge Benhayon.