TZ here; This article is an important reminder of the enormous need there will be after The Event for compassion, forgiveness and not in least the acceptance of the many that punishment will not solve anything in the end. This article discusses a situation where 2 men have spoken derogatorily about women and the reactions in a community. When people learn about the abominable, unbelievable atrocities, abuse etc. that certain satanic groups have perpetrated on innocent babies and children, people all over this planet are going to be in such great shock and demanding justice. Cobra discussed this with Rob Potter on an interview earlier this spring where he explained that some of these people/beings will be returning to the Galactic Central Sun. Some (we must recall that some have been forced into these situations) will experience great remorse and if they are willing to go through a process of healing where they also agree to give/pay back in some way to society they can be rehabilitated. He explained that this network of pedophiles etc. is much more widespread than anyone could imagine and involves hundreds of thousands of people especially in the United States.
It’s disgusting how bad racism is. It’s even sad to this day that we still experience. We don’t just experience racism in the act from whites to blacks. But, blacks can be just as racist to whites as well. It’s quite understanding that whites were the first to draw blood against so many other cultures and colors. Yet, it makes absolute no sense to backlash against those same individuals. The human race should have no hatred, the human race should love and protect each other no matter what the color, sex, or religious background someone has.
Throughout centuries, organized religion has dictated the world with experiences and ideas.
Many different beliefs have shaped us into the human beings that we are today, but is that a good thing?
Organized religion has often been the face of a hero. Whether you we born into it, adapted to your environment or researched it on your own, it has taken a toll on your life.
Albert Einstein once said, “If people are good only because they fear punishment, and hope for reward, then we are a sorry lot indeed.”
Einstein makes a valid point in that statement. Our spiritual beliefs, whether Christianity or New Age, have dictated our actions and at times become a form of mind control.
Discovering More Humane Ways of Being
We shall require a substantially new manner of thinking if mankind is to survive. ~ Albert Einstein
If you turn on the news, the human species seems to be at a crisis point. Poverty, racism, political division, ecological destruction, social instability and other seemingly ‘unsolvable’ problems appear to be getting worse. And yet, when walking in a forest or looking up at the night sky, there is a sense that we live in a Universe of great balance, mystery, and beauty.
The wise among our species have repeatedly offered very simple solutions to humanity’s difficulties. Walt Whitman and Van Gogh were overwhelmed by the beauty that surrounds us and sought to share that in their poetry and paintings. The Dalai Lama has often said that we just need to prioritize peace, gratitude, love, and wisdom. That the human family’s problems are caused by closed hearts and minds and will be solved as more and more of us open them. Could it be that simple?
Stan’s boss spent the night drinking. He was depressed and hurt because his wife left him.
The next morning when Stan got to work, his hungover and miserable boss made his day hell. Criticizing his work, moving up deadlines, forcing him to work the weekend and all around being cruel in his tone.
That night when Stan got home from work he took out his frustrations on his wife. He began to criticize her every action, and nothing she said or did was good enough. His tone with her was pure venom.
Lose your temper on the road? Frustrated with colleagues at work?
You may be cutting your life short, warns molecular biologist Elizabeth Blackburn — who won the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2009 — and health psychologist Elissa Epel, who studies stress and aging.
The authors claim in their new book, The Telomere Effect, that negative thoughts harm your health at the DNA level.
Research has shown that a person’s “social relationships, environments and lifestyles” affect their genes.
It Begins with US
“You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty.”
“The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problem.”
“If I had no sense of humor, I would long ago have committed suicide.”
Mahatma Gandhi needs no introduction. Everyone knows about the man who lead the Indian people to independence from British rule, back in 1947.
So let’s just move on to some of my favourite tips from Mahatma Gandhi…
An awakened mind allows you to show admiration for those who do well and strive to follow in their footsteps. It also helps to remove any malicious or jealousy and appreciate the accomplishments of others.
As we grow, become more aware, and love, our thoughts and actions change as well. This is not only due to our goals changing but the resources we draw on become more productive. As we ‘wake’ to the world as it truly is, the truth of it all changes us from the core outward. We are till human so we still experience and project negativity, but the magnitude and length of time being negative changes.
The world around us is too noisy, we are constantly surrounded by the murmur of the civilized world. We have almost completely forgotten today, how living a silent life in this noisy world could be. What secret could the silence have?
The mystery of silence becomes interesting for us when we become spiritual seekers. From that time on, we start looking for the essence of life, we wish to find an answer to the question:
”Who am I, and what is my mission on this Earth?”
We first look for the answer in the external world. We try to find an idea, an ideology and we identify with it in order to look for the answers to the questions that preoccupy us and cause that tormenting sense of want that spurred us to embark on a quest for answers.
Nature has many wisdoms and lessons for those who are open to her teachings. 7 years ago I went through a major life change where I began to “wake up.” Fortunately, nature was there, patiently waiting for me. Animals are wonderful communicators and messengers who are more than willing to interact with those open to the possibility.
Here are 5 of the most profound lessons I have learned from the animal kingdom. This article is a follow up to my previous article, “5 Lessons from the Animal Kingdom.” As Nature offers infinite wisdom to those who are listening, the list of lessons that can be drawn from our animal teachers is an endless one, but these are several more of the most profound lessons I have learned from the Animal Kingdom in the last 7 years.