These are the words of the Blessed Mother on this day:
There are those amongst you who use the words of a language intended to introduce new philosophical concepts into your life. This can create confusion with the regards to the morality which my son Jesus, the Christ taught and died for to the benefit of all the children of God, the Father, the Almighty.
The morality given by Jesus intends to show you how to reject all that is not goodness.
Language and words can be used to impart imperfect knowledge and reflect beliefs which are alien to Christian morality. For example it is often spoken that the earth is the mother. This is a pagan belief. The earth is part of the creation and given to mankind to live on and draw nourishment from, according to the Justice of God, the Father, the Almighty. It is more correct to call me ‘Mother’.
I remind you again to protect your intellect and nourish it with the truth else you may be misled by deceit. Philosophical concepts are not always in accord with the morality of the Christ.
Again, you are often told that a person who cares to develop the physical body with various activities is at the same time, developing a healthy mental equilibrium. This cannot be true for often a weak and ailing individual may obtain better moral equilibrium through sacrifice and prayer.
Pay particular attention to the words and images which your societies adopt as exemplar as they relate to human libido. Much that is unlawful has been introduced into your civilisation as being normal. Such is promoted to make you believe that the sexual act is principally the dispenser of high pleasure and therefore must be used to principally produce pleasure. Other consequences of the sexual act are often considered undesirable to the detriment of births ordained by the will of God, the Father, the Almighty.
Be careful that your language does not promote such ideas and avoid all words which belittle your modesty and decency. Modesty and decency are the reflection of a well-nourished intellect and a conscience which is well formed and capable of defence against temptation.
She smiles and leaves.