. . . Is Patient, Trusting In God’s Goodness And His Perfect Plan
Be ready at all times to accept the will of God, to accept the way which is put before you. Know there is no other, then meekly follow that path and trust in the great and glorious Spirit.
The Quiet Mind – Sayings of White Eagle
Christ Consciousness and Humanity
Eventually, the psychic pressure exerted by a critical mass of humanity will reach levels that are sufficient to tip the scales. At that moment, the rest of humanity will experience an instantaneous transformation of a proportion you cannot now conceive. At that time, the spell which was cast on your race thousands of years ago, when you plunged into the worlds of good and evil, will be shattered forever. Even now, with the healing influx of new information, the spell is beginning to lift. Even as I speak these words, the materializing force fields of bondage and limitation are beginning to lose their influence on consciousness.
From Chapter 1 Read more . . . The Starseed Transmissions, Ken Carey
Field of Play
When words dance through your mind, heart and soul . . .
Letters to a Young Poet are ten letters written to a young man about to enter the German military. His name was Franz Kappus, he was 19 years old, and he wrote Rilke looking for guidance and a critique of some of his poems. Rilke was himself only 27 when the first letter was written. The resulting five year correspondence is a virtual owner’s manual on what it is (and what is required) to be an artist and a person.
February 17, 1903
Your letter arrived just a few days ago. I want to thank you for the great confidence you have placed in me. That is all I can do. I cannot discuss your verses; for any attempt at criticism would be foreign to me. Nothing touches a work of art so little as words of criticism: they always result in more or less fortunate misunderstandings. Things aren’t all so tangible and sayable as people would usually have us believe; most experiences are unsayable, they happen in a space that no word has ever entered, and more unsay able than all other things are works of art, those mysterious existences, whose life endures beside our own small, transitory life.
The American Presidency
The Missing Discussions in the Campaign
Amazingly, the US Army has no idea how it spent $6.5 trillion. Since that number dwarfs the entire annual defense budget, it seemingly has to be wrong. But sadly, it isn’t. And the number isn’t the conclusion of some wild speculator. Rather, the figure comes from the Defense Department’s Inspector General who notes massive figure . . . Posted by mishgea | August 22, 2016 1:51:10 | Economics
I shot this post to a friend who is a retired Commandant of the Naval Ship Repair base in Sasebo, Japan. His comments, ‘Unfortunately this is not new news. I recall a news report in the 80s, possibly 60 Minutes that tried and failed to trace a dollar entering a major supply center all the way through to the other side. It got Lost in Space. I think that government can do some wonderful things, but the bigger and more complex it gets, the more cumbersome it gets and it finally grinds to a halt. Before that happens, we should submit some proposals. Do not forget the company cars.
Check out the 7.28.16 post here for Eisenhower’s prophetic observations.
This is a discussion I would like to hear!