MOSCOW, July 26 (RIA Novosti)
Social workers in Russia's Urals have taken into their care a five-year-old girl who spent most of her life in a cowshed and had cigarette butts for toys, media said on Thursday.
The girl’s mother and stepfather, both farmers in Perm region, did not take her to kindergarten and forced her to stay with the farm animals to keep her off their hands, Uralinform.ru said.
The girl was also frequently locked in a cupboard when she got in the way of her alcoholic parents, Moskovsky Komsomolets said. The father also frequently beat her up, the report said.
The girl cannot speak or eat with knife or fork, Uralinform.ru said. Instead, she grunts and drinks milk straight from the pot.
A case was opened into the incident. The girl was sent to a rehabilitation center, but may never fully recover after years of neglect, Moskovsky Komsomolets said.
The girl is not the only neglected child in the area: last winter, social services took away from local parents a seven-month-old infant who had to live in an unheated house on a diet of chips and pickles he would steal from the parents’ table.
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- firstname.lastname@example.orgA very sad story - corrected)23:53, 26/07/2012I firmly believe that this girl will recover and join society. All she needs is love and lots of it.
I do NOT envy her parents, if you can even call them that.
After they are punished for their crimes on Earth whatever this may entail, when they die they will have to endure all of the neglect they bestowed on their daughter is if they were her.
Since our lives are planned in the Spirit Realm before we are even born, this is a really dramatic case of lack of love.
To be sure either very new spirits learning the ropes of what it is to be human or very advanced spirits testing their abilities about lack of love.
What ever the case there has been a terrible lack of love on the part of the parents and I do not envy them in the least with regards to what they will face to face now on Earth and later after they die.
We are NOT punished for our bad behaviour. We are punished BY our bad bevaiour as we become those whom we have neglected and abused.
Is this true?
Two books I have read on the subject:
Journey of Souls by Michael Newton
Destiny of Souls by Michael Newton.
Treat those the way you would like to be treated, because what goes around REALLY does come back to you.
A third book confirming the above comes form Natalie Sudman, Application of Impossible Things.
Another source of information is the NDERF web site on Near Death Experiences.
In short we are ALL Energy Light Beings incarnating on Earth for the human experience and lessons in love and lack there of.
May this poor girl now get all the love she missed in her first 5 years of life, by people who REALLY care about her.
- email@example.comTo understand what has happened here00:12, 27/07/2012I urge the Russian authorities to have each of the parents regressed under deep hynothesis to determine why they have chosen to live, lives like this.
This is called an LBL regression = Life Between Lives Regression.
Before each life we live, we carefully decide the goals we want to accomplish, based on what we need to learn and our skill level as a spiritual entity.
The Spirit Realm has NOTHING to do with religion, think of it as the center of creation.
We are ALL Energy Light Beings incarnating in a human body. We are here to experience the human condition and learn lessons in love.
I didn't make this up, these are the findings from over 7,000 people regressed under deep hypnosis back to the Spirit Realm and thousands of other NDE recorded cases.
So these two people need to be regressed under deep hynopsis to discover just what their life plan was and what went wrong if anything.
If this is happening throughout this area and Russia, then more indepth information needs to be learned.
The Michael Newton Institute for Life Between Lives can assist with this. (I am in no way associated with this organization.)
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