Sunday, October 19, 2008

It is you who we have been waiting for

The time is Now for all of us to realize the ability and the innate power that we all have.

The time is Now to realize why we are here in this time and place.

The time is Now to realize the children we have brought forth into this world.

Read the following great message by James O’Dea, Pres. of the Institute of Noetic Sciences

Ilumine Ao,
Al Diaz

We are the People of the Great Shift

Peace is our destiny.

All of humanity's suffering and challenges are not to be considered pointless, for everything in our past gives birth to who we are and the possibilities we represent for the future.

So we thank all the ancestors, all beings of all nations who came before us, for they have given birth to us.

We are the people of the Great Shift, a time of massive transition on planet Earth when human beings collectively see there is no other road for us, or for the survival of life, but the road of Peace.

No other time has been more pivotal in human evolution, because we have been given the opportunity to choose life and to choose peace.

We have been given the opportunity to take the next leap in human development and end war, greed, and violence to each other and our beloved home in Nature.

That is why finally, a generation of peacemakers is being born as an expression of the long journey of human evolution.

Hold up your sons and daughters and honor them as the peacemakers we have waited so long for, and then look into each other's eyes with confidence and gratitude and say, "We are the mothers and fathers of the peacemakers."

Peace is our destiny.

A message by James O’Dea, Pres. of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, delivered to 10,000 people at the Symphony of Peace Prayers on Mount Fuji, Japan, on May 18, 2008

For OUR best and highest good, all ways... In every moment.

Ilumine Ao,
Al Diaz

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1 comment:

  1. Hi Al,
    I am commenting on this entry because I cannot easily find how to comment on Santhan's talk yesterday, November 2, 2008.

    Santhan mentioned many ideas and beliefs that he holds true and dear and that inform his business practices. They are beautiful and I encourage anyone to listen to the archive event.

    One thing especially was fun right at the beginning. Santhan said: "Money has no power over me in my life." It's like what my Dad always told me: "It's only money."

    He, my Dad, always put people first and was a great helper in this world. He died in August of 1997, yet his words and deeds will never die.

    So too with Santhan. His life is a journey of love and service and he will never die because his influence will live on in the good work and communications he puts forth in the world.

    As you do and as Gloria does, and as everyone who works for the good.

    It's not a mystery why some people are happy and some are not, why some think of money as a tool and not as a master, why some use every minute of the days we are given and some do not. Or perhaps it is.

    As Phil Collins said at Live Aid in 1985: "It's a funny old world."

    love and light,
    Jacqueline Signori(AKA writerwinterlight)