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In Times Of Stress and Difficulty
May it comfort you in times of stress and difficulty to know that all you suffer and endure, all the self-discipline that you go through is worthwhile; it is not in vain, for it is caring you forward and upward to the glorious, happy, perfect life. Keep bravely, courageously and hopefully on with your life, knowing that you are placed in the position that you hold through your past karma. Your present opportunities ought to be accepted gratefully. Always wait upon God, and the way will be shown to you, within yourself. We are with you, watching over you. We are all one Brotherhood, all in one and one in all.
The Quiet Mind – Sayings of White Eagle
Christ Consciousness and Humanity
If we are able to get the totality of our message through to even a few individual cells of your collective body, these few should be able to translate this information into forms of cultural expression that will bring about your awakening far more effectively than our overt manipulations of the historical process. The message that is revealed in these pages is the key that will unlock your own latent informational input systems. We are here to put you in direct contact with the source of all information.
Our mission is to bring a pre-Fall state of awareness to all human beings who are able to respond, however different they may be, whatever background they may have come from, using whatever conceptual structures seem appropriate. These individuals will then be instructed to translate this awareness into forms of informational exchange appropriate to their respective cultural situations.
As this new awareness increasingly filters into everyday levels of human function, and as more and more individual human cells become aware of what is taking place, the change will accelerate exponentially.
From Chapter 1 Read more . . . The Starseed Transmissions, Ken Carey
Field of Play
Near the end of the third rotation of the women’s gymnastics team finals last night, the commentators on NBC’s live-stream broadcast returned to a subject from which they had rarely, and barely, strayed: the dominance of the American team. The Americans were good. So good. Historically good! But were they too good? Going into the final round, the United States was nearly five points ahead of China—meaning that every one of the American women could falter and the U.S. would probably still take the gold. And the team’s final apparatus was the floor, its best event. The commentators, whose voices normally bounce with enthusiasm, sounded suddenly weary. Would people care about a competition that wasn’t competitive? Would they grow bored of greatness? Or, as one of them plaintively asked, “How many times can you say ‘Wow!’ and ‘That was amazing!’?”
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The American Presidency
What we have here is a conundrum of epic proportions!
On the one hand we have Trump, who the Republican party stalwarts and more thought would just go away. His bombast and adolescent behavior are now of global concern.
On the other hand we have Hillary, who is the legacy of years of Democratic party entrenchment at all levels of government at a time screaming for change . . . and there is an enormous issue of trust for her personally and her legacy.
Personality, as it always does, clouds the higher level philosophic discussion about the role of government and leadership.
We can scream and yell and get in arguments with family and friends or we can ratchet up the best of our pragmatism and seek the higher ground over the next three months.
What should America be now? And who can help shepherd those next steps?