Dear Ones, this channel is especially for those of you who are parenting the New Children, both Indigos and Crystals. We wish to share with you some information that may help you to understand the pressures and tensions that you may be feeling as you strive to be the best parents you can be for your children.
You are infinitely creative. You have within you the ability to create anything you can imagine, and more. Yes, more, for when you allow yourself to ride the flow, you will find that there is much, much more than you could ever imagine.
The action you take today is
like placing one dot on a vast canvas. You cannot see the whole picture of your
life, its meaning and purpose, but yet you are painting it daily with everything
you do. Your higher self, your soul
self, is the painter with the vision. You are the hand, the hand that can
choose the brush, select the color and place the dot of paint just so.
The dust is beginning to clear and the creations we have been longing for are on their way to us now, but only with a slow stutter, as things will not really take off until the end of January. Our new creations and passions are trying to peek through the din, just waiting to arrive in full force, but not quite yet.
To some people I guess it makes perfect sense, feels perfectly alright: An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.
Wikipedia tells us that the phrase expresses a principle of retributive justice also known as lex talionis (Latin: "law of retaliation"). The basis of this principle is proportionate punishment, sometimes expressed by the idiom "let the punishment fit the crime."
Which brings us to the death penalty.
Which brings us to Saddam Hussein.
Videos of Saddam Hussein's hanging are all over the Internet. In Iraq and throughout the Middle East there is outrage in many quarters. If a man is to be executed, some have said, he should at least be executed in dignity.
Others say that execution, the death penalty, should not be used at all, ever.
What do you think?
You have a furnace within you. It is a furnace of love. There is a
little offshoot of it where you can divert your love. This offshoot is
called anger. It is really a little teapot spout, beloveds. Steam arose
from a boiling sense of injustice. Sense of injustice arises from
judgment. Anger does not exist without judgment. Oh, the spoils of
judgment! The havoc of judgment!
It’s Father’s Day in the U.S. as I write this, a day when we celebrate our relationship with our fathers. Some of us don’t have a lot to celebrate, our fathers may have been absent, unknown, or so emotionally distant that we cannot find a reason to celebrate our relationship with them.