The Four Truths and Our Lost Children

The Four Truths and Our Lost Children

My brothers and sisters, The Four Truths are undeniable. We must all use this method for interacting with one another — with your mother or father. With your son or daughter. Or with your cousins, aunts, uncles and of course, your friends and foes alike. This will ensure you communicate in a manner that is conducive for peace, love, joy and happiness. So let’s try it!

The first one is “praise and forgive.” The second is “praise and compliment.” The third is “praise and allow.” And that last, but certainly not least, is “praise and inspire.” I believe very strongly that if you follow what I call “Gar’s Four Truths,” you’ll be a better person for it. And you’ll feel better, too!

And now we must address a problem we have in America. It is a challenge that may seem insurmountable, but we can overcome it if we band together! The bullying in our schools is at an all-time high and showing no signs of improvement. There is an enormous disconnect between our law enforcement and the local communities of color. We have a level of hunger in this country like we’ve never seen before and we have a homelessness problem that is unprecedented.

We have a $3 trillion federal budget and yet we spend money on an F35, an airplane, and other military related purchases, but what about our citizens without homes? Of course it is important to defend our homeland, but we must share the wealth with those who need it most. Here are some chilling statistics:

  • 1 in 30 American children were homeless at some point last year. That’s staggering! That’s about 2.5 million kids — they could fill 25 Rose Bowls!
  • That’s an increase of 8% over the last year which means it’s just getting worse. And half of these children are under six years old!

And think of our unaccompanied homeless children. The children without parents. The kids on the streets. 400,000 kids last year were without parents and a home. They live on our streets, stealing and selling their bodies to survive. There’s got to be another way!

On top of this problem, we also have the horror of child sex trafficking to contend with in this country. It’s an epidemic. Upwards of 50,000 – 100,000 children have been kidnapped and are being sexually assaulted by adults. This is incredibly vile and disgusting and we must stop it as soon as we can. If you sit on your hands, you’re part of the problem!

All of these horrible issues we face, I believe is due to what we I am calling the bipolar culture of America and it has to do with the depressed nature in so many of our citizens. I used to be one of them, but fortunately I broke through and that’s why I’m sharing my teachings with the world through my non-profit organization S.A.L.A.D. — Save A Life A Day. It’s my life’s mission and because of my perseverance, my fortitude and my compassion, I will not give up until all are freed of the mental jail of depression.

Praise and Forgive! Praise and Compliment! Praise and Allow! Praise and Inspire!

Peace, Grace, Love and Namasgar,