by Victoria Carter | AUSTRALIA
I write this testimonial, in honour of a truly great man, and in the wake of a hate campaign and media articles that have polluted our print and broadcast media in recent years. Articles fuelled by a very small few intent on smearing and tarnishing the name and reputation of Serge Benhayon, the health and wellbeing organisation he founded, Universal Medicine, and basically anyone associated.
Our societies and relationships today are plagued with a congenital level of distrust. We expect others to be fallible and ‘imperfect’, yes. But far deeper than that, we also harbour deep hurts that lead us to be ever wary, and commonly in expectation of being harmed, betrayed, impacted upon and all too frequently abused – including in our most intimate of relationships.