'A few days back I saw headlines about Syria and my internal knowing was that many, many more innocents were going to be harmed. It was happening, ready or not.
Sadness overwhelmed me.
The sadness I felt was linked to something more than the suffering of our precious brothers and sisters in Syria. This felt to be a turning point, if such things exist.
I knew something was already in motion. It was like sensing the first movement of an avalanche. It felt like small vibrations from the level of earth sensations, but was already crashing downhill in the causal world.
It’s outside of any sane person’s ability to understand that evil is so wrapped up in itself that it actually thinks it likes what it is creating. It does not want to stop and it’s not looking for a way out.
Evil has always been determined to have its way but now, confident that it has already won, it appears to be throwing away its own rule book and racing to the finish line. It seems we are now in the midst of an in-your-face grab to control the soul and the substance of our world. The totalitarian tiptoe strategy doesn’t seem to satisfy evil any longer and whoever they or it are/is, they’ve determined now is the time for the jack hammer to come down.
Anyone reading this blog has spent a long time in contemplation, meditation, intention, imagining, prayer, activism, speaking out, chopping wood and carrying water, standing in front of an oncoming military tank… or whatever loving way of your own you’ve devised over time to use your own creative power and heart to change our world. You know well the dismay and deep sorrow I was feeling in that moment, and you’ve also asked the same questions of Life about what else I/we can do.'
Read more: When Hell Just Won’t Go Away
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