Woody’s words to Anna

I’ve posted this at 4am CST as I awoke suddenly to find a sketch I made years ago of America pouring out blessings to the nations, in one of my many notebooks. Instead, I stumble onto one of many sketches of Anna’s story, that I’m compelled to share instead.

I first heard about Anna from David Heisler at the tent meeting reunion in Louisville KY at home of the Buntings and Wearrens.
Not knowing the story, I purchased the book and audio CD and surgically dissected the story.

To understand Anna’s explanations of how Mister God worked, I sketched what I heard and paid close attention to what caught my ears.

 In one scene, Fynn takes Anna to see the ‘night time people’. One character is Woody.

Woody shares this nugget with Anna:

They (aka the world) will tell and encourage you to develop your senses, but that’s only the half of it, that’s only been half human; the other half is to develop the heart and the wits: common wit, imagination, fantasy, estimation, and memory. Never let anyone rob you of your right to be complete.

The daylight is for the brain and the senses, the darkness is for the heart and wits.

Never, never be afraid.

Your brain may fail you one day, but your heart ❤️ won’t.

I know you well young lady!

Thus doth she, when from individual states she doth abstract the universal kind we then re cloth in divers names and fates steal access thru our senses to our minds

From Mister God This is Anna by Fynn (Syd Hopkins who helped George Lyward at Finchden Manor ). My notes are from 2009.

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