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"Time of Screaming and Gnashing of Teeth"

Patricia Cota-Robles' latest message, This Is Our Moment! brought a smile to my face, as I've been living my light in service for many years with a dwindling bank balance, doing my best to live the trust frequency I've written about (most recently in my March What Shines newsletter), in my Health, Wealth and Wisdom blog, and in my many published articles. But Lord, it's tough sometimes to stay out of fear when we're in bodies and bodies have basic needs, eh?

Why would we subject ourselves to this pain and suffering? Patti reminds us it's because we saw the future, and it was good. Her latest post reads in part:

"We were shown the New Earth in all of her splendor. We witnessed Humanity living with the full knowledge of the Oneness of all Life. People work together to find viable solutions that reflect the highest good for all concerned in every situation..."

So let's keep encouraging and supporting one another to get there, dear ones. We're so close: in the final stages of the 9th month of our global rebirth process. All mothers know they would do anything to ease the pain of labor ~ and yet, in the end, they behold a beautiful little bundle of joy, a miracle of co-creation and Love. This is what we're doing now on a mass scale. It's a spiritual emerge-and-see of the highest order. And we are MORE than equal to the task!

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Comment by Jeanne on March 15, 2009 at 10:21am
I like the, "We're... in the final stages of the 9th month of our global rebirth process." comment. The birth time is a critical and dangerous time. A time that we cannot see what is happening and must surrender and have faith. Similarly, we plant a seed in the ground, we trust that the seed is doing what a seed will. We do not dig it up daily to see if its doing its thing... we believe/know that we will reap what we sow. As architects, we must research and draw our plans well in advance of the actual construction or enjoyment of the edifice we are envisioning. metta, Jeanne


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