Q: It is written in Hicks’ “Ask & it is Given” that, “You did not come to fix a broken world.” Further, “As Non-Physical Source Energy expressing through your physical experience, your physical experience istruly the Leading Edge of thought. And as you are fine-tuning your creative experience, you are takingthought beyond that which it has ever been before.

“As you enthusiastically made the decision to come into this physical body and create in this way, you understood, from your Non-Physical vantage point, that this physical world was not broken and in need ofrepair—and you did not come forth to fix it.

“You saw this physical world as a creative environment in which you, and everyone else, could expressyourselves creatively—you did not come forth to try to get others to stop doing what they are doing anddo something else. You came forth understanding the value in the contrast, and the balance in the variety.

“Every physical Being on your planet is your partner in co-creation, and if you would accept that and appreciate the diversity of beliefs and desires— all of you would have more expansive, satisfying, and fulfilling experiences.”

Having read that, my understanding is that, we cannot be anybody’s support, but ourselves. We change, and the world will change by itself. In other words, there is no such thing as support energy.

A: Hicks are right, in the sense that they are looking at the universe from one angle, a right angle, but one of so many angles.

Your understanding is right, “Be the Change,” – Gandhi said the same thing, but he did not say, “Be the change, and the world shall change by itself.” He said, “Be the change that you want to see in the world.”

There is a “want”, a “desire” to see the world changed. And, there is an effort “to change oneself”, in order to see the same change in the world.

One cannot simply “want”, and sit quiet. I am sure Hicks did not mean that either.

What is the entire Law of Attraction about? Attracting what, and for what? Why to attract? Aren’t we talking about some kind of support? In order to attract, there has to be one to attract, and one who is attracted, and the very act of attracting. 

Is that not some kind of support? If there is no such thing as interdependency, why attract what, and again for what? 

Why are those souls/entities calling themselves “Abraham” communicating with the Hicks?
Why are those souls/entities together?

Why do the Hicks write those books? Why do they go around giving workshops? Why propagate the theory?

We may close our eyes to the sufferings of the farmers in some remote village somewhere in one of the third world countries, but can we actually live without their support?

There is an anonymous farmer out there – unknown to us – who woke up at 04.00 this morning to work on his field. He works to ensure that 6 months from now, we have rice on our table.