Klemp asks, "Wisdom. What is it?"
Next, he gives a "tongue-in-cheek"
reply. After that, HK quotes EK Master
Teddy Roosevelt. It's deduced that "the
impulse to do the right thing originates
from experience." Klemp's teachings are
so profound that only the most advanced
H.I. really knows what's truly being said...
between the lines.
Next, Rev. Klemp quotes EK Master Mark
Twain. HK selected this story because Mr.
Twain mentions his friend Rev. Twitchell.
Of course, this was not a person that was
connected to Paul Twitchell, except, for
his last name and the fact that PT, too,
was a religious preacher of sorts.
Klemp's main point: "What I am trying to
remind you of here is the very precious
nature of this very moment [Be Here Now],
Be aware of now. It is spiritual [but not religious].
It serves a purpose more than being a mere
BRIDGE [to jump] from the last moment to
the next. It is a chance to be highly aware
of yourself as a unit of consciousness, living
in the Sea of Life, the ECK."
See, only Klemp has such redundantly profound
teachings... borrowed from others in the past!
HK goes on to say that he was his mother's
'chicken helper,' "which meant feeding, watering,
gathering eggs, and cleaning up after our flock
of... hens." In other words, it's similar to what
he's doing now in the EK Henhouse! HK, also,
states that, "They [the chickens], however, held
me in contempt." Klemp even states that some
of these chickens "enjoyed a warped sense of
humor" and had a "streak of evil."
Strange, that Klemp visits these negative human
traits, first, upon cows and now upon chickens!
However, I'm thinking that Klemp was projecting
his own negative traits [attitude] upon these animals
and that is why they responded to him as they did.
Klemp sums it all up with this: "Consciousness
is simply a reflection of where we stand with the
ECK [the Holy Spirit] right now. This moment,
every moment, is a holy one. Do what you can
to PROFIT from it." God knows Klemp is profiting!
BTW- Doesn't it seem that these words and
thoughts are those that we have all heard and/
or read and thought of before? Maybe 30-40
years ago, or so, when we first started our spiritual
search? Why do EKists still think that they need
Klemp when most have surpassed his "true"
consciousness years ago! It's so obvious! However,
Spiritual Freedom and Self Mastery cannot ever
happen via pretending, and via Mahanta codependence.