Architects of a New Dawn

We’d like to show the side of the world you don’t normally see on television.

This year, as Architects in 2010, let us Draw the Plans and Produce our New Dawn.

Happy 2010 to all Architects...Lets make it a good one! Having lived with the Spirituality and Aloha of Kauai for nearly 30yrs, I have experienced many futuristic visions of our Planet at Peace. I’ve come to realize that World Peace, as we dare envision, must soon be skillfully Designed and Produced less an alternative future consume us. We are the Architects; all tools are available to us; the path, the wisdom and the knowledge has always been.
At birth, the Beginning of each individual’s existence on Earth, our senses are inundated with the environment surrounding us and...we open our eyes.
We come to realize our existence and, in our innocence, we are beckoned to awaken to the being that we truly are. Ideally, our initial experience is Love; Love within and without. By first learning to Love ourselves within, we may then radiate Love outwardly to Mother Earth and her inhabitants.
We are all messengers, our every word, deed and thought effecting each and every life we encounter. Love guides many of us to be passionate about the turmoil in our World gone astray. We are aware of the imbalance surrounding us and desire to deliver the Clarion wake-up call for Global Unity and World Peace, (Global Aloha as I prefer to refer). In doing so, we become the spark of ignition, awakening and educating our brothers and sisters, opening eyes that have been blinded, coming together with intention to Design and Manifest a New Beginning of Freedom, Love, Harmony, Sustainability and Peace on Earth.

2009 was downright…UGH! Let us begin 2010, a Trinity year, as Architects of the Grand Plan. We will not only visualize and talk but actually draw up the plans, print ‘em out and “Build” Global Aloha. Let’s just do it! All we need is Love and a lot of help from our friends.

I have been told that the energies and relationship between Tibet and Hawaii (Dalai Lama/Obama) play a huge role in the unfolding of Global Aloha. My Resolution for today…I will begin a new Group on Architects of a New Dawn. Perhaps I will title it: “MU RISING”, as this is the Vision I was given. Put your thinking caps on Talented Beings...We have Plans to draw and a World to build.
Please visit the “MU RISING” concept at: www.murising.blogspot.com
Love and Aloha to all...

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Comment by Craig Davies Metteauer on January 3, 2010 at 7:37pm
Comment by Dr.Muhammad Mukhtar Alam 1 day ago
ensuring freedom for tibet from the oppressive clutches of the materialists would be the best thing to happen for the new dawn...

Don't forget Hawaii. Tibet/Hawaii = Lemuria/MU. Did you ever see the letter Obama wrote Bush in March, 2008?
Dear Mr. President:
The situation in Tibet is deeply disturbing, and requires that all of us, regardless of party, do what we can to try to influence it for the better. I understand that you discussed the subject on Wednesday with President Hu Jintao. The United States has many issues for which China's cooperation is important, including denuclearization of North Korea, ending Iran's nuclear program, stopping the genocide in Darfur, confronting repression in Burma, and combating global warming. However, it is important that we give high priority to the plight of Tibetans and make clear to President Hu that the way in which China treats all Chinese citizens, including Tibetans, profoundly affects how China is viewed in the United States and throughout the international community.
Resolution of differences between the Chinese Government and the Dalai Lama is the key to progress in Tibet. The Dalai Lama, as you have said, is "a good man." He is revered by virtually all Tibetans, and his absence from his homeland creates an incurable wound in the heart of Tibetan Buddhism. Tibet's unique cultural and religious heritage cannot be preserved if he is demonized and kept at arm's length. He has accepted Beijing's precondition for a solution, namely recognition that Tibet is part of China, and has clearly stated that he is seeking religious, cultural and linguistic protection and autonomy for the Tibetan people, not independence. More recently, he indicated his belief that despite recent events, the Chinese people deserve to host the Olympics this summer.
I hope you made clear to President Hu the American view about the importance of the following: a negotiation with the Dalai Lama about his return to Tibet; guarantees of religious freedom for the Tibetan people; protection of Tibetan culture and language; and the exercise of genuine autonomy for Tibet. That is the path to the stability and harmony that the Chinese leaders say they are seeking in Tibet.
In addition to your personal intervention with President Hu, there are other steps I hope you will take to highlight our concern. I support your call for the foreign press and diplomatic personnel to have free access to Lhasa and other Tibetan cities and villages to ensure that repression and human rights violations cannot escape the world's notice. Beijing has committed to the International Olympic Committee to allow foreign journalists free access to cover stories throughout China, including Tibet. We should hold them to that commitment. The U.S. and our democratic allies and friends should also urge the UN Human Rights Council to send an investigatory team to Tibet. China should be encouraged to allow the International Committee for the Red Cross to visit prisons in Tibet to ensure that detainees are not held under inhumane conditions, tortured, or mistreated.
Like you, I want to take steps that increase the chance of a negotiated solution between Beijing and the Dalai Lama, and that have the best chance of improving the lives of ordinary Tibetans. Therefore, I support your effort to aggressively use your relationship with President Hu to achieve these goals. Should it appear, however, that the Chinese are taking private diplomacy as a license for inaction or continued repression, I would urge you to speak out forcefully and publicly to disabuse them of the notion that they can thus escape international censure.
Despite the high emotions of the present time, I hope you can persuade the Chinese leadership that in this the year of the Beijing Olympics they have a unique opportunity to make dramatic progress in resolving the Tibet issue. Chinese leaders have it within their power to achieve that worthy goal if they take steps to change the situation in Tibet for the better and by reaching an accommodation with the Dalai Lama. Progress in Tibet would profoundly affect the world's perception of China as it prepares to host the Olympic Games in August.
Sincerely,
Barack Obama
United States Senator
Comment by Dr.Muhammad Mukhtar Alam on January 1, 2010 at 10:10pm
ensuring freedom for tibet from the oppressive clutches of the materialists would be the best thing to happen for the new dawn along with adoption of culture of prayer 5 times a day all the 365 days.

        

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