Category: Politics and World Affairs

Did Spirit Guides Save Lives on September 11th?

How many people who worked in the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 escaped certain death simply by being late to work? Were they simply late? Or were their spirit guides orchestrating their rescue? Can spirit guides interfere to such an extent that they can save lives? If so, why wasn’t everyone saved? Did saving people violate their free will? Here is what I believe happened that day from the perspective of the other side. This event was no accident. It’s not like, say, a car accident where someone was texting and ran into another car because someone wasn’t

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Troubling Times: The Rise of Big Brother

“The people never give up their liberties but under some delusion.” – Edmund Burke I don’t normally blog about political and world affairs as I tend to be more focused on what individuals can do inside themselves to change the world as a whole. However, I am becoming increasingly troubled and alarmed at what I see happening in America, specifically with regards to security measures being taken by Homeland Security to “protect” America. While we are being protected from terrorists, who is protecting our personal freedom and our personal dignity? We often joke about Big Brother, a reference to the

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Is Evil Really Winning?

You hear it all the time. The world is going to hell in a handbasket. The news is all bad. The bad guys are winning. Where is the good in the world? Recession, war, poverty, disease, injustice, crime, global warming. We seem to be riddled with it like a plague infecting our entire planet. An alien ship passing overhead monitoring our news stations might just nuke us from space to put us out of our misery. But are we really in rough shape or do we just think we are? I think most of us are aware that bad news

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The Big Picture and Your Piece to the Puzzle

Just woke from one of “those” dreams and had to share. My higher self came to me in a dream last night.  She handed me a box filled with puzzle pieces and told me to put all the pieces together.  So I got busy working on that.  The pieces were in the shape of North American states and territories so I was able to know roughly how to put them together.  As I got close to finishing I said to her, “Oh I get it.  I see what’s happening here.”  She said, “No you’re not done.  Put all the pieces

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Who Should Be President?

I wanted to write about the American election, but every time I started writing I felt inadequate to the task.  What do I know about politics and presidents really?  I know what each candidate says he’d like to accomplish, but we all know it’s not as simple as just wanting something.  There are a lot of hoops to jump through to get anything done.  And doesn’t it seem like if something does change that it tends to screw up something for someone else?  Is there even a path that leads to all Americans being happy with the outcome? So I

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