A Personal Jesus


I am your personal Jesus. I enter your life and bring light and healing. Have you been hurt and damaged by another who did not value the honesty, decency and truthfulness by which you lead your life? I will soothe your fevered brow and reassure you that you are a good person. I bring calm where there is confusion and misunderstanding. Listen to me as I explain to you how the world really is. I have created paradise. I will open its gates and let you gaze upon it. Feel the love, warmth and tranquillity flow from it. This is all yours. All you need to do is follow me. That is all I ask. Come with me and I will be your world. I am everywhere and understand everything. When you are feeling down I will call you and remind you of how wonderful you are. My angels will remind you through my text messages and love notes of how special you are. You have a place reserved in my heaven. I chose it for you.

If you feel that your journey through life has taken a wrong turn, let me guide you. If the road ahead seems dark and stony, do not be troubled. Climb onto my back and let me carry you. I am your angel and my wingspan is wide enough to protect both of us from the darkness that lurks in the world. Open your heart to me. Give it freely and it will prosper under my stewardship. Listen to my words. They are imbued with wisdom and you are welcome to keep them as watchword to your heart. For too long you have struggled alone. I am here to relieve your burden and show you the wonderful, beautiful perfect love that you deserve. Just take my hand and follow me.

I am your saviour.

19 thoughts on “A Personal Jesus

  1. T’mara says:

    This couldn’t be farther from the truth… Sociopaths proudly claim that they are evil to the core, and yet, in the same breath, they declare that they are here to save the world. There is only One True Jesus Christ, the Son of God. He is The One that Sociopaths could actually find Eternal Peace through, if they would only repent. But, they choose to not do so.

  2. cont.) I am a fan of the legal work that Prince did on behalf of All Artists.

  3. Rachel says:

    Haha! Small and purple Messiah. He should get a role in the narctales.

  4. T ‘mra says:


  5. Rachel says:

    Makes me think of Prince’s “I would die for you”. Maybe he was a narcissist, too?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Yes he was. A small one and a purple one.

      1. Desirée says:

        A rainy one, too…this is getting depressing. Should I start a list of famous Empaths to lift peoples morale?

      2. MB says:

        Now that was a short dude! But talented. He could not have reached the pedals on the Red Corvette unless it WAS really really little.

        1. NarcAngel says:

          Do you you mean he couldn’t reach HER pedals unless SHE was really little?

          1. MB says:

            Is that song about…I give up!

      3. Lorelei says:

        He was really good live. He was a tease—didn’t finish a song and would move to the next.

      4. Ta‘mara says:

        Lol… 💜

    2. Prince was very artistic and very intelligent, as well. I would guess he was Somatic, as well. He suffered a lot of smearing and resistance from the higher ups in the music industry because he fought for the right for Artists to have more control of their work and more control of their intellectual property of their work, and to decide whom could use their work, and to be enumerated or paid, more fairly, and for those that lost control of their work to reclaim it after a designated of years (many artists are living and dying in poverty right now, because they do not know about the laws that give them the rights to reclaim their works now). The music industry surely is not going to push this fact out there. Anyone can copy. To create is a gift. I do not know of his later music because I guess it all went onto media platforms that one would have to buy digitally and download onto some tech instrument I guess. I never even heard his later works because of this fact. But Prince was one of the greats in many ways. The greats are often great in many ways, and they are brave and and they are artistic and and they are innovative. I

      1. cont.) I am a fan of the legal work that Prince did on behalf of All Artists.

      2. Rachel says:

        Yeah PSE, Prince was, and always will be Prince. (not TAFKAP) A real artist. I love his music, and knowing he’s was a narcissist (since this evening, haha) doens’t change that.

        Michael Jackson is a different story for me though. I used to really enjoy his music, I think he was a genius. But I’ve seen the documentary, and now I associate everything “Jackson” with child abuse. And I don’t like R. Kelly, but I liked 1 of his songs together with Lady Gaga. (Do what you want with my body) I dispise it now, after all the dirt came out. It’s difficult for me to separate the art from the person that created it.

        I hope nothing is ever going to ruin my love for the art Prince created.

        1. NarcAngel says:

          I understand your point, but I don’t know that you have to pick. I can still enjoy the art and despise the person. What about all the other talents with yet undiscovered crimes? We might not have much left to love or enjoy if we did know.

          1. Rachel says:

            NA, I think Michael Jackson is an extreme case, and Leaving Neverland was super detailed, that’s why I personally can’t listen to his music anymore. I literally felt sick after seeing that documentary. It’s a personal thing I guess. I’m not sure a complete boycott by radiostations is the right thing though. His influence on pop music and fashion can’t be erased (or denied) anyway.

        2. Rachel: Hollywood is a Malignant Narcissist Psycho. And Hollywood and its High Level Powerful are involved with every crime in the book and then some. And some crimes that are censured and forbidden to mention. Why are some celebrities, etc. selected to be smeared and when and why, while others go merrily about, I have no idea. An unanimous green light has to be approved so that all media is on the same page. So when Psychopath Hollywood tells me to jump up against someone, I never ask, How High. I always wonder, why is this person in trouble. Whose toes did they step on. What is it really all about. And once the permission is granted from Hollywood and their media to go after a person, nothing ever stops that train, until the same people say, one can halt it now. For example, one athlete, I will not name, was the Sports Higher ups` designated to smear athlete for at least a decade, and then the campaign was called off against this said athlete, and the fans did not want to let it go, so the radio stations had to start hanging up on callers, etc. Fan Clubs had to ban readers on Facebook and everything, that would not let it go. And some other Athletes, it is forbidden to speak negatively against, ever. No matter what is rumored about them. They are the designated good guys. I liked Meghan Markle as an actress and I think she is stylish. So when she became involved with Britain’s Royal Family, I joined a few Facebook groups to see what was going on, and practically all those sites were constantly kicking members off and warning them that they can not say anything negative about Meghan Markle, and they had a Broad Definition of what is negative. It was so crazy and censured, I quit them all. I never posted once. Too much censorship for me. She was painted as a Saint. At Narcsite we can have different opinions, and even if we pay for them, and readers not like us, we are still permitted to have them here. Thankfully. So this is the life. People are painted and that is it. One day you are painted good and then one day your are painted bad. Sometimes it is an example and a warning and a reminder to other stars and powerful personas to watch their steps, or they could be next, as well. Sometimes the paint is for a while, and then you are later painted good, perhaps after you die. We have seen it all. But, speaking of assessments, I want an assessment on Madonna. I say upper lower Narcissist, Somatic.

          1. Rachel says:

            Madonna. I didn’t want her to be a narcissist, too. But her “Aretha tribute” was cringeworthy. And her denial after the Eurovision fail… oy. She will still always be Madonna 😉

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