1948 - 2024


Winter 2007

GIST Magazine
Love and purity from the white paradise!

In This Issue:

God's Pocket
I Am Choking

Middle of The Road

EJ Shares
Perfect Investments

Affirmation Column
I Am Unconditional Love


Ingeborg - Winter 2007 Issue

I Am Unconditional Love

TO BE UNCONDITIONAL love I define myself as: I like me, I like me, I like me and I affirm that I am god, god I am.

I see the presence of god everywhere in all there is, in me, in the world and in the universe, in animated beings and even in sand, rocks and stones.

I am the creator of myself and my world. I practice unconditional love with good thoughts feasible in the present tense.

In email messages I receive pictures and stories of true happenings documenting the loving behavior between thoughtful, nature oriented humans, wild quadrupeds and other animals.

I look at a beautiful colored picture of a young deer eating grass sprouting through the snow and sharing it with a rabbit, mouth close to mouth. I am in awe.

From South America I get an amazing picture of a lady standing at the high fence of an animal park. A lion puts his forelegs through the narrow spaces between the bars onto the lady’s shoulders. He welcomes her as she cuddles his head and mane. The animal remembers her since she had cared for him when he was ill and is happy to see and touch her. It is impossible to reach with his mouth the lady’s face.

This reminds me of the Book of Daniel in the Old Testament and the fascinating story of Daniel being saved from the lions. It reports of Daniel and his friends obedience to god. Daniel had the gift of magnificent wisdom in interpreting dreams and passed it on to the king. The king, however, was compelled to throw him into the lion’s den. When the king heard of the truth about Daniel and his adversaries, he ran to the den and called Daniel who came out with his whole and perfect body.

I read the description of Stuart Brown about Norbert Rosing s striking images in color of a wild polar bear playing with sled dogs in the wilds of Canada’s Hudson Bay.

When the polar bear materialized out of the blue, he saw the end of his huskies.

Obviously it was a well-fed bear with a thick pelt. In another picture I see a dark dog with a long chain, approaching the bear of ivory color that puts his right leg around the dog that stands and reaches the mouth of the upright standing bear. In another picture I see how the bear bends down and embraces the dog, between his head and his short forelegs. For a week the polar bear returned every night to play with the dogs.

There is an extraordinary adventure of rescuers saving a whale.

A fisherman spotted a female humpback whale which had become entangled in a spider web of crab traps and lines, just east of the Faralon Islands and radioed for help.

She was weighted down by hundreds of pounds of traps that caused her to struggle to stay afloat. She also had hundreds of yards of line rope wrapped around her body, her tail and a line was tugging in her mouth.

When the rescue team arrived and determined that the only way to save her was to dive in and cut her bonds one-by-one and untangle her. One slap of the tail could kill a rescuer. That was risky because any thrashing on the part of the 50-ton animal could be deadly.

One of the divers, James Moskito, said she was peaceful during the whole time. They worked for hours with curved knives and freed her. He said the whale nuzzled him, and then swam to each of the other rescuers as well. She swam in joyous circles gently thanking them. This was the most incredible beautiful experience for every rescuer.

The guy who cut the rope out of her mouth said her eye was following him the whole time and he will never be the same.

Each of the articles shows that being true to oneself, love and harmony prevails as everything is possible by god and through god in a positive way.

I am divine attitude.

—Dr Ingeborg Puchert