Thursday, March 27, 2008

I change the world

I change the world
from the inside out
by waking up and being true.

Being wise as a serpent
but without guile,
and harmless as a dove.


What my words are for

My words are for
the healing of the nations,
for the children
of all ages.

They are for
seeing through confusion
to the pure, delicious
of all life.

Gail 3/27/08

Tuesday, March 04, 2008

an hour and a half with Obama

Here's a revealing anecdote by Marc Andreessen about a meeting with Barack Obama when he was considering running for President.

It says much about the welcome change he represents. Thanks to Paul Kaltschnee who sent it to Dan who sent it to me.

- Gail

Abraham - on the act of flowing

You intended to come forth into the physical realm of contrast to define what is wanted, to connect with the Energy that creates worlds, and to flow it toward your objects of attention, not because the objects of attention are important -- but because the act of flowing is essential to life.

- Abraham-Hicks 10/15/1996


Sunday, March 02, 2008

Paul Loeb on Obama vs Clinton

Paul Loeb, author of "Soul of a Citizen", offers some insightful observations about the experience and organizing skills of the two Democratic contenders. While many of their positions are similar, he thinks Obama demonstrates the ability to mobilize ordinary citizens, and especially youth, toward that more perfect Union for which our country was formed.

A quote from Loeb's most recent article:

"If I look at both Obama's record and his campaign, I see someone who understands the critical role of citizen movements and works to build them as a force capable of creating major change. That's what we've needed to address the major challenges of the past. It's what we'll need to address this ultimate crisis we've created through the combination of technological inventiveness and short-focus blindness. The Clintons may have spoken out against the Vietnam War when they were young, but they've been hedging their bets and distancing themselves from citizen movements ever since. We need a movement-building approach for global climate changeĀ­and for all the other crises America's next president will inherit from Bush's disastrous reign."

the full article:

link to previous Loeb articles:

Happy voting Rhode Island!

It's this Tuesday, March 4. I'll be there: I hope you will be too.

Gail :>

Saturday, March 01, 2008

Source and Suffering

People are suffering
from a sense of separation
from Source, from the flow.

But Source hasn't gone anywhere.

Only the I
has arrayed itself in opposition
to the flow,
and wonders why
it is so dry.

gg murray 3/08