The Morning After

Peace Like a RiverWorld Peace
Peace in the world begins with me.
The journey toward world peace begins with me, right here and right now. As I hold a vision of peace for this generation and the next, I search for ways to contribute to a peaceful world. Everyone, including me, deserves to be accepted and treated with compassion. I consciously treat others with respect and kindness.
As changes occur in my life, I honor my feelings and give myself permission to move through them gently, and I allow others to do the same. When someone I know is angry or upset, I honor their process. If I find myself being judgmental, I modify my thoughts and responses. I am kind, peaceful and loving toward others and myself.
Peace in the world begins with me.
He came and proclaimed peace to you who were far off and … to those who were near. Ephesians 2:17

Line and Feather

Christ ConsciousnessChrist Consciousness and Humanity
If one day you find yourself suddenly waking up as if you had experienced the psychological process, but you sense that you are not yet firmly grounded in the new reality, lie low during the days of your centering. Do not use the powers that you have gained in ways that will draw attention. The time for action will come soon enough. You will know with a certainty when it does. In the meantime, do not intentionally restrict your spirit, but go about your business lightly, with a minimum of personal involvement, keeping centered on the living spirit within. As you become secure and steady in your ability to maintain yourself in the Presence of God, you will find supreme fulfillment in simply doing what is required of you in the moment.
In the state of grace, your false identities will fall away, and there will remain, during the times of your in-form-ation, an individual identity much more flexible and much more functional than any you now embrace. This identity will not be an exclusive identity that feels separation from the rest of its kind, but a cooperative identity that understands its own uniqueness to be the mechanism through which it might serve the greater whole.
From Chapter 7 Read more . . . The Starseed Transmissions, Ken Carey

Line and Feather

trump-electedThe American Presidency
Closer than the proverbial gnat’s ass!
Fifty/fifty and here we go into uncharted territory.
Flashback 2012
Voter Turnout

The Morning After
There’s got to be a morning after
If we can hold on through the night
We have a chance to find the sunshine
Let’s keep on looking for the light

Oh, can’t you see the morning after?
It’s waiting right outside the storm
Why don’t we cross the bridge together
And find a place that’s safe and warm?

It’s not too late, we should be giving
Only with love can we climb
It’s not too late, not while we’re living
Let’s put our hands out in time

There’s got to be a morning after
We’re moving closer to the shore
I know we’ll be there by tomorrow
And we’ll escape the darkness
We won’t be searching anymore

There’s got to be a morning after
(There’s got to be a morning after)
There’s got to be a morning after
(There’s got to be a morning after)
There’s got to be a morning after
(There’s got to be a morning after)
There’s got to be a morning after
(There’s got to be a morning after)
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About David Mills

David is the Founder, Catalyst, and Co-creator of Workplace Hidden Opportunities. Workplace Hidden Opportunities is an information management Specialized Knowledge Platform™ (SKP™) focused exclusively on the workplace and corporate real estate. Together with the W100 a book by the same title is in progress.
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