Ken Klemm Spring Hill, FL, USA
Are You Living in Hell?
“The Subconscious Mind receives, and files, sense
impressions or thoughts, regardless of their nature.
“It understands best the language of emotion or
feeling. Let us, therefore describe here the seven
major positive emotions, and the seven major negative
emotions, so that you may draw upon the positives, and
avoid the negatives, when giving instructions to your
subconscious mind.” ~ Napoleon Hill
The hardest part of the American Civil War was the
reunification process. It took a whole lot longer and
was, perhaps, more deadly than the war itself.
In Civil War cemeteries, the remains of Confederate
soldiers were buried side by side along with Union
soldiers. The thinking was, once the war ended, they
were all Americans again.
Some U.S. military bases were named after Confederate
officers. They were named many years after the Civil
War by such presidents as Woodrow Wilson and Franklin
Roosevelt - certainly not known for extreme right wing
points of view.
The strategies of such brilliant Confederate generals
as Robert E. Lee are taught at West Point.
What was the prime motivation for all these
Forgiveness. (And mending the once divided nation.)
The Master taught, “...and forgive us our trespasses AS
WE FORGIVE THOSE WHO TRESPASS AGAINST US.”
You may say, “I can’t forgive those who did me wrong.
They deserve punishment.”
Deserving of punishment may be true, but most of us are
not in the punishment business. (Except for our own
children, and, hopefully, our punishments are
administered with Love.)
Forgiving those who wrong us does absolutely nothing
for them. It will not help them escape punishment or
their own guilt.
Forgiving frees us from the burden of carrying the
weight of negative emotions.
The trapped energies of Fear, Anger, Hatred and Revenge
poison us - mind, body and soul. The stress hormones
and other things produced affect the body negatively,
and the negative state in the Subconscious Mind
attracts harmful thoughts, ideas, impressions and
The reality the Subconscious Mind creates could seem
like living in a Hell of our own making. The effect can
Why did the otherwise calm and cordial Mr. Brooks in
Atlanta suddenly react so violently when he realized he
was about to be handcuffed, leading tragically to his
Perhaps his Subconscious reacted to the endlessly
repeating images of what happened to Mr. Floyd in
Minneapolis and all the publicity after the event?
Was Mr. Brooks indirectly another victim of the
incident in Minneapolis?
It took about a century to completely heal the wounds
of the American Civil War, at least politically; but
apparently there is still some scarring imbedded deep
in the Subconscious of the nation’s mind.
Opportunists exploit those scars to achieve their own
Forgiveness makes LOVE possible. While living in Love
and its associated emotions, our Subconscious creates a
Paradise of our own making.
Your Friend and Servant,
Ken Klemm - Florida, USA
P.S. “We must learn to live together as brothers or
perish together as fools.” ~ Dr. Martin Luther King,