Recently, Michael (the channeled collective disembodied entity, Michael, not the Archangel) has become quite strident in their (collective, remember) attempts to communicate their OPINION that the Universe is perfect, contrary to the beliefs of most compassionate beings in existence (Buddhists, Gnostics etc) One of the central tenets of the MT (Michael Teachings) is the attempt to practice, and/or embody "agape", or 'unconditional love'. This is all well and good, I guess, but - agape, eh?
G. W. F. Hegel had a list of types of relationships (teacher/student, sun/planet, master/slave etc.) that was pure Michael (actually pure Akashic records, but most Mikey channels don't realize that Mike is just another conduit, full of filters, as are we all, to the Akashic) that categorized most "love" relationships, and guess what?: 'unconditional' is RARELY that! Personally, I have practiced agape to the best of my ability for many years and being a saint is a tiring, and quite frankly, overrated pursuit. It is because of this singularly unrewarding and unappreciated experience that I have come to appreciate the line: "No Love wasted on ingrates!"!
Having come to the belief that a lot of what we are TOLD is "important", by supposed 'higher knowledge sources' is simply self-serving propaganda meant to reinforce their own power bases, and/or support the multiversal status-quo, I tend to believe that if you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem, and that every being that does not contend that the sacrifice of every human being, every lifetime, in the name of "soul growth" is a monumentally obscene system that needs to be transcended ASAP is a manifestation of "Shaitan" (Babylonian for 'the adversary', from whence the poor deluded xtians have derived their boogeyman: 'Satan') and should be treated as such (part of the problem, that is) - not with tolerance and forgiveness - but with steadfast resistance and educated counteractive knowledge dissemination, and collectively consensual positive creative visualization of a more compassionate paradigm.
I believe that the line: "I have come to relieve all mankind of suffering." demands of us all no less than this. Suffering is NOT borne of desire, as much as it is built into the very architecture of the multiverse. But, what has once been constucted CAN be renovated. Or, failing that (worst-case scenario) can be used as a model for improvement the next time around. That's my story and I'm stickin' to it!