Saturday, September 01, 2007

Free Choice


Blogger Tseka said...

"I didn't choose this life. It chose me"
Benazir Bhutto

Why I'm Returning to Pakistan


1/9/07 8:06 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Are we willing?

Very interesting. A harbinger? G bumps.

1/9/07 8:19 PM  
Blogger jm said...

When people are partners with government, they stand up to defend their communities against terrorists, criminals and negative forces.

Problem is, the government itself must be free of these elements. When on earth?

1/9/07 8:21 PM  
Blogger Tseka said...

I remember when her father was murdered and she stepped in i had the greatest hopes and fears for her.

And now she willingly goes again. I wonder if her country-people are ready to embrace her.

Saturn in Virgo?
i keep sensing a return of the "Grandmothers" who are thinking of their great-great grandchildren when building -not their glory-statues.

1/9/07 8:30 PM  
Blogger jm said...

This is most interesting, tseka, and I think it could be a sign. I was at the end of my tether this week in despair over my fellow man's societal problems, so I'm glad you brought this. Let's take a look at her chart.

And now she willingly goes again. I wonder if her country-people are ready to embrace her.

They are, and this is in keeping with the changes in the Isalamic world which I know are forthcoming. We will step back momentarily, but soon I think the USA will have a foreign dignitary to handle all that is coming.

The attention has aleady gone to Asia, particularly India and Pakistan, so I think this is a clear indication.

1/9/07 8:39 PM  
Blogger jm said...

It's hard for people here to grasp the world weariness around the planet in terms of violence and warfare. The hunger for a rest is everywhere. It's not the leaders who decide these things. It's the entire collective in alignment with cosmic movement.

1/9/07 8:41 PM  
Blogger Tseka said...

What i love about Benazir is that she will carry her appreciation of what is good about this country (US)into hers.

We have for too long had the exact wrong emissaries. Double dealing military - drug name it. time for a good house cleaning.

Let's look at her chart indeed that would be great.

1/9/07 8:44 PM  
Blogger Tseka said...

Perhaps one benefit of collapsing world economies is that sustaining greed is harder. Money is just paper. I do like this idea of money as utility.

1/9/07 8:48 PM  
Blogger jm said...

We have for too long had the exact wrong emissaries. Double dealing military - drug name it. time for a good house cleaning.

The weapons/drug running is as old as the hills and that's why I'm following this violence trend. If people won't fight, there goes the industry. Legalization of drugs would solve a lot, and that probably is ahead as profit is made elsewhere.

Pluto in Capricorn will do something to the monetary system. The international banking houses. But nothing will happen until we the people realize our part in it, and this is worldwide. The lust for cheap commodities, hand delivered.

The source of greed is the spiritual void it seems to me, so that's the real fix. Collapsing economies would encourage spiritual replacement in time. Not easy. I wish so much everyone could see his part, and I get exhausted from the effort. Besides, the Genie said I only have two more wishes.

1/9/07 9:02 PM  
Blogger Tseka said...

I read something that caught my eye by a conservative that was castigating his own about hypocrisy over the Craig case. The article was trying point out how when you create a system that is different from how we live it all crashes sooner or later. It was a great piece saying leave government to govern and the issues of morality to (y)our church.

This is the kind of housecleaning i'm speaking of, sweeping out the broken parts and fragments that are not useful and impeding forward progress. Of course first we need to be able to see them. The lights just got turned up.

1/9/07 9:16 PM  
Blogger jm said...

The problem with separating morality from government is that it can't be done. Morality is part of good governing. Our country equates morality with sexual conduct and there is nothing that can be done about that now. The only solution is discretion, something I would like to see cultivated. Hard to do though with a leering public.

2/9/07 3:08 AM  

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