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Marry for love

Duty comes and goes, but marry for love if you can. A lot of times depending on your situation in the world, you might feel that a choice has to be made, and sometimes choices are made, cause you feel that it’s your duty, but sometimes those choices are the wrong choices.

Go with the option that you can live with. Sometimes based on your race, status, religion, gender, a choice will have to be made, do you marry the one you love, or do you do what is right for those around you that you feel that you have a duty to?

What can you live with? Some can choose love over duty and honor and are very happy. Sometime sticking to your guns will win you the person that you choose to be with, sometimes you will have to lose everything to make that choice. I recently had a chance to review some regal romances and marriages. Some where love was chosen over duty. Others where duty was chosen over happiness, which did not end well. Others where duty was eventually defied, and love was chosen which in some ways seems to be working out very well.

Though I believe we have many life times to get it right, and sometimes we do have requirements of those around us to me, we also have self requirements. I think you owe it to yourself not only to choose someone that will make those around you happy in the long term, but also someone that will make you happy in the long term. If you can take a chance and find something that meets both categories that’s great, if not you need to figure out what you can live with.

Search your soul, man up or woman up your reserves and then see if you have what it takes to do the right thing. This will be different for each situation. Some situations it will mean walking away from all that you know and love, other situations it will mean defiance to a high degree.

I think many earthbound souls come to earth to search for love, or a past soul mate, or correct something that did not work itself out in the past. I believe it’s possible to correct mistakes that were made, but I believe it’s all too possible to make the same mistakes again. Try your best to find out what works.

Yes not a Gang Stalking related post, but a seat of the soul post, and I think one was needed.

November 14, 2010 Posted by | Social Control, society, Spirit | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The American President bows to no one.

This article has nothing to do with Gang Stalking, but I felt it was worth commenting on.

I came across this article the other day, and the wording of it surprised me. It was not vulgar, the language was not racist, yet it’s one one of the most hard hitting critiques of the American President I have come across.

I am at times not too bad with checking the temperature of the net, and this article surprised me. It was a recap of what the writer felt was an unforgivable action and that is the American President bowing to the Japanese Emperor and Empress.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/nov/17/

[quote]A little traveling, like a little learning, can be a dangerous thing. Barack Obama on the loose in a foreign land is enough to frighten protocol officers and embarrass the rest of us.[/quote]

I did notice that American’s were upset with his bowing before foreign royalty.

See I think Americans see the president in their own way as royalty. Sure the ties to monarchy on the outside have been removed, but inside American’s want to feel proud, they want to feel that the person that is representing them will do so well. They want to know that American views and values will be upheld.

I was surprised by some of the comments, but the general consensus on some of the forums is that the President should bow to no one.

I think in my personal opinion a bow of respect can be given, but it’s all about how it is delivered that makes the difference.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financetopics/g20-summit/

 

In the above file footage of his meeting with the King and Queen of England, he does bow, but it’s a moderate bow and it is respectfully returned in kind. Equals of sorts and I don’t recall hearing any recriminations about this bow.

I also suspect the country he was bowing to did play a role. I know many mentioned the War time dead of WWII and felt that it was disrespectful to them as well.

I believe with this President people very much wanted back the good old days. The days they felt proud, the days that they felt that they had their own royalty. The Kennedy years.

I think in part one of the reasons Obama was a shoe in for president is that he did remind many of the Kennedy days. Jackie was queen and it felt as if there was royalty. The Kennedy’s wore no crown, but many felt that they were royal in their own right.

Americans came off of feeling embarrassed at times by the last Administration, I recall many times where the last president did something goofy, or made and error, and the American people cringed with him. When the world hated his policies, they felt hated right along with him.

With this administration one of the things that was promised not overtly, but in it’s own way was good representation. People liked that fact that he had come from a good school, had a degree, and wanted to be represented well. Americans are known for being a proud and arrogant people. Most would deny it, but many in the world want to come to America and be American and that is part of the reason.

After the horrible stimulus package, where they felt that they were violated, but were not quite sure, (You were violated.) they wanted to feel secure again, proud, they don’t want more debt or wild spending being tacked on to themselves or their kids. I think that is in part why they are so cautious with this health care bill. The last previous eight years was a lot for many Americans to deal with.

With this Administration they wanted to put the wars behind, the some degree of shame they might of felt with some previous polices and actions, and I think that is why they are quick to react when they see signs of the previous admin shining forth.

The bow wounded the pride of some. Most Americans would not admit it, but they are a proud and somewhat arrogant people, which is not a bad thing. I think they just want that pride back, and this bow hurt that pride, for some.

Most people will read this article and view it as a bad thing but I don’t fully. It shows me that Americans are a loyal people, it shows me that they take their representative seriously, and it tells me that they want to feel proud and full of hope again.

It means that if the president fails to represent the American people’s well, they will be a disloyal, hurt and angry subject, but if the president represents the American people well, they have the capacity to be loyal, faithful, and to stand with him, and feel pride with him.

To me it shows that they want the president to do well, but were hurt, and again not everyone even cared about this, but some did, and those are people worth listening to. It’s struck me as one of the more strongly worded articles I had come across and I felt that it was worth noting.

Some more highlights.

[quote]This is not the way an American president impresses evildoers that he’s strong, tough and decisive, that America is not to be trifled with.[/quote]

Americans like their tough guy image. Most countries do. They want that don’t mess with our country.

It makes them feel safe, like someone will be capable of looking after their best interests.

[quote]His predecessors learned with no difficulty that the essence of America is that all men stand equal and are entitled to look even a king, maybe particularly a king, straight in the eye……

John F. Kennedy, on the eve of a trip to London, sharply warned Jackie not to curtsy to the queen.[/quote]

I take it that Jackie did not curtsy. Respecting all traditions is a fine line to walk. I know the number of times I have read that this president is narcissistic, yet a narcissist would not bow before another would they? I think sometimes it can be damned if you do, and damned if you don’t.

I would highlight more, but you will have to read the rest.

I believe Americans when represented well will let a lot go, I am not sure who handles protocols for these trips, I think it’s not a bad idea to have more than one opinion, or suggestion as to proper protocol.

Traditions can be a very limiting thing, and can hold a nation back from progress, but they can also be a beautiful thing, and everyone loves when their’s are respected and adhered to.

November 22, 2009 Posted by | black, Celebrity, male, politicians, Politics, society | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

One ring.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_that_is_Gold_Does_Not_Glitter

The Lord of the Rings. It alludes to an integral part of the plot. The poem reads:

All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost;
The old that is strong does not wither,
Deep roots are not reached by the frost.
From the ashes a fire shall be woken,
A light from the shadows shall spring;
Renewed shall be blade that was broken,
The crownless again shall be king.[1]
Figuring out who you want to be. I really like this part of the movie. I get all happy when I hear this poem, cause it’s a pretty hopeful one. I think you don’t always start off becoming who you are meant to be, sometimes it is a journey, sometimes you really are that diamond in the ruff. Sometimes you don’t know what role a character will play, like the Gollum character towards the end.

I think the movie is neat cause you have this King masquerading around as a ranger, eluding his true destiny. While eluding his true destiny he also eludes true love. The two being tied into one. Cause of course Arwen’s father will not allow her to marry him, unless he takes up his role as king.

I like the dream scene where she gives him the evening star, and says it’s hers to give. I think in that scene would have been cool if he had given her a ring. Ofcourse even in the dream world she would probably still have needed approval from her elven father, or maybe not, cause in spirit your hearts can do and say things that you are prevented from doing in the real world.

Watching the characters transform over the course of the three movies is amazing. I think it’s one of my favorite trilogies. Not only because all of the characters are so truly worthy, but because friendships, romance, honor, loyalty, destiny, still mean something in the movie. You don’t get that a lot in the real world, and I think that so sad, because it’s truly needed, especially in our time period.

I like the scene where he finally takes up the sword and decides to fulfill what he is meant to do. Ofcouse if Arwen had gone on the ship, would the sword ever have been reforged, and would he ever have left off the ranger role, and taken up his role as king? I like to think that another way would have presented itself, but sometimes one thing set’s into play another thing.

Anyways if you have never seen this trilogy, it’s worthwhile. It’s small people overcoming amazing odds, it’s loyalty and friendship like you can only dream of. It’s romance and watching a destiny be fulfilled. It’s spiritual and mystical. It’s so many things rolled into one.
Gandalf: One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.

Galadriel: “Even the smallest person can change the course of the future.” …

Gandalf: “There was never much hope. Just a fool’s hope.”
We are once again upon such a time.

http://www.targetedindividuals.com/

“One government to rule them all, using the snitches to find them. One surveillance society to bring them all in, and in their ignorance bind them.”

“But there is hope, even the smallest target can make a difference.”

And we must try to make a difference.

April 24, 2008 Posted by | Conformity, control, Controlled society, Corruption, Film, future, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, Life, Mind Reading, Movies, New World Order, NWO, Police State, revolution, slavery, slaves, Snitches, Social Control, society, Surveillence, Targeted Individual | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment