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When you go through spiritual experience it can be very tough and difficult in one’s journey here on earth, like a victim of a situation where there is no one around or evidence to prove your innocent. You want others to believe and to trust you that you are telling the truth and that it is real, your aren’t imaging things or going mentally insane.

Poem – Tears Of The Innocent:

Who will believe.

Who will understand.

When all hands points in my direction.

Its so easy to believe what they say.

Until the truth is out no one will believe.

Nobody was there, but there are, in spirit, spiritual activities.

Until there are evidence no one will understand.

But one thing is certain, the truth, it is the evidence, its static, we can feel it in our hearts when it is.

When situations and conditions points all things in your direction and you have no one or no way of clearing yourself, you just remain mute, helpless and wonder just when will this be over.

When you are innocent and you believe in the Most High, our Divine Yahuah.

Its prayers and fasting.

Time has a way of rewriting your story.

To get there it takes time and patience.

Break through and intervention from Yahuah comes true.

My heart, my whole being knows am telling the truth but actions and situations surrounding me proves otherwise.

People need evidence to believe, there is tittle trust and believe.

Who will believe, who will understand.

The cry of the victim.

Tears of the innocent.

Only time tells the story differently if truly you walk your truth, the innocent is believed to be the innocent and truly the victim in the end.

Thank you compassionate and loving Divine Father Yahuah and His Divine Helpers of Archangels, Angels and Ascended Masters.

Featured pictured from Pixabay.

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Benedicta Tabirade

Benedicta

Benedicta MCMA (Member of The Complementary Medical Association) is am a Lightworker and a Life Coach. I am also a Healthcare Assistant at St’ George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Home Visiting Volunteer at The Furzedown Project helping the older person in community. I blog at MysticalDat Blog to look at Spirituality and Divine personal spirituality.

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