In these SAT seminars, John-Roger addresses a puzzle or a life question by telling stories and personal experiences. No matter what the subject, compassion and loving become the eventual answers to any of life’s challenges. In this seminar, J-R begins by saying,
“There’s nothing quite so fun as talking to a skeptical person. I always do it with a great deal of humor inside of me.”
Then he describes the various kinds of skeptics among us. “A lot of times a skeptical person comes in to a situation with a lot of preconceived ideas,” J-R says. “For instance, they ask themselves if some group that has caught their attention is one in which the members spend time on their knees praying. Or they wonder if the group is into witchcraft? Are they going to hold a séance, and maybe have an orgy of some kind afterwards?” So that’s one kind of skeptic.
After more descriptions, J-R continues, “We are all going to ask questions from our sense of self-righteous skepticism and doubt, like, ‘What is the order of the universe today? There’s no proof. So how do I know?’ Haven’t you asked yourself a question like that? Be honest now.
You can evaluate where you are on the scale of skepticism as you listen to this seminar, and believe it or not, you’ll probably find yourself chuckling along with J-R as he guides you to love and compassion. “When we laugh,” he says, “we’re all one.”
God Bless You!
Length of CD: 30:46