People everywhere are getting it.
We have power to change things
and we are choosing to do this in
peaceful yet couragous and determined ways.
What will happen to us when we
overwhelm this Earth with our
LOVING PEACEFUL Actions?
23-Feb-2011 SaLuSa: The energy of Love is most powerful, and there is absolutely nothing it cannot achieve, as it is the ultimate power of all creation. Have faith in it even if you cannot see results straight away. Love has a way of softening the hardest hearts, and will overcome all negative energies. Let love be your guiding light. and give freely of it wherever and whenever you can. Michael Quinsey
Saleena Ki: Peaceful Protests and Revolution Events all around the world are happening so fast I can hardly keep track of them and get my thoughts written down to share before something else happens. It is moving fast! We are waking up all over the Earth fast. Tunisia, Egypt, now Libya and there are more being added to the list everyday. Marimar is keeping track, watching fervently…. riveted to his computer's window to the world… reporting to me an expanded view of what is happening. Take a look at this Wikipedia List:
One country after another is taking actions to protest unfair and/or exploitative Leaderships. It is very exciting. Now it is spreading to the USA. Wisconson's people are fed up with the way the Republicans are maniulating them, proposing pushing and passing bills and laws that keep cutting down the people's freedom and slashing benefits and lining the pockets of the already rich. Now they are protesting just as in other countries who have inspired them. Yesterday I heard that 10 other states are joining them.
"In an act of intercontinental solidarity, an Egyptian has ordered a pizza for Wisconsin protesters, reports Politico. The call from Africa is just one of many streaming into the Madison, Wisc., pizza parlor Ian's from all over the world. So far, people from 12 countries and 38 states have rung up looking to help get free pizza to the Wisconsin protesters clustered in the Capitol. On Saturday, Ian's distributed more than 1,000 free slices and sent 300 pizzas to the Capitol. The trend continued on Sunday, as staff member fielded calls from as far away as Turkey, Korea, Finland, China, and Australia. The trend began when a mother of a University of Wisconsin student called in offering to donate $200 to feed the people occupying the Capitol. The pizza chain's postings on Twitter and Facebook soon led to so many donations that they had to shut down on Saturday night."
In an act of international solidarity, people from all over the world internationally are showing their support of each other. Politically created artificial borders and boundaries that have separated us into countries, territories and emphazied differences between races are melting. In our hearts first, then our actions. We are beginning to act as if we are beginning to understand we are ALL ONE. My heart is bursting with appreciation and gratitude for everyone of you! Thank you for caring for each other and for showing it by taking peaceful and purposeful action!
This is one of the greatest key to our freedom,
for humans to finally break with the fear
that has been so carefully crafted
by a few elite controllers and
choose to take peaceful loving community actions.
I love the meaning of solidarity.
I am just discovering it real time
for the first time in my life.
"Solidarity is the integration, and degree and type of integration, shown by a society or group with people and their neighbours. It refers to the ties in a society – social relations – that bind people to one another."
`Asabiyya or asabiyah (Arabic: عصبية, ʻaṣabīya) refers to social solidarity with an emphasis on unity, group consciousness, and social cohesion, originally in a context of "tribalism" and "clanism", but sometimes used for modern nationalism as well. Ibn Khaldun's Muqaddimah described it as the fundamental bond of human society and the basic motive force of history. `Asabiyyah is neither necessarily nomadic nor based on blood relations. In the modern period, the term is generally analogous to solidarity. "
Both Quotes from Wikipedia
Here is another Wikipedia page with the list of
International reactions to the 2011 Libyan protests.
The International reactions to the
2011 Libyan protests are the responses to
the ongoing series of protests and confrontations
Saleena: I received this email tonight with this title and simple message:
Click on this link if you want to help out our brothers and sisters in Libya….
So I clicked it and signed the petition so my voice could be heard.
It was easy, much easier than what many are going through
to stand up for what they want.
What caught my attention was the rate that
people were registering their votes.
The names are streaming in
faster than 1 per second!
People from so many countries showing me
a weaving of international participants
shuffled together like a deck of cards!
It was astonishing….
We are thinking feeling opening to what
this all means in the bigger picture…
I just want to shout out in gratitude,
love and support for all you
who have taken any part in this
peaceful and powerful revolutions
encircling our globe.
<<<FOR YOUR COURAGE>>>
for your BRILLIANCE
for your organizing abilities
for your willingness to take action
for your determination
for letting go of your fears
being willing to take risks
and the steps
to create a new world
BASIC NEEDS FULFILLED
that is appointed because they
have a heart and skills to
SERVE THE PEOPLE
The POWER OF ALL YOU HUMANS
My heart and arms are
sending you out
I can imagine.
With Arms wide open…
welcome to this new place!
EVERYTHING IS CHANGING!
This song was written for a new child coming.
I find it most satisfying for our
birthing of our
BRAND NEW US!
I HOPE YOU UNDERSTAND
THAT AS YOU
TAKE THIS LIFE
HOLD IT BY THE HAND
YOU CAN GREET THIS
WITH ARMS WIDE OPEN…