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November 22, 2008


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I’m happy to see that Sarah Palin is in such demand. If I were she, I’d think more than twice about appearing on Leno or Letterman though. I suspect that she will be just as badly trashed by each of them after her appearances, as she and Hillary have been all along.

Looking at this election from a spiritual perspective, it’s my belief that the souls of Sarah and Hillary agreed on some inner level to be used as wicks to help pull the still deeply ingrained hatred toward women, so much a part of this country to the surface. Misogyny, the demonization of the Divine Feminine, is energy that has been part of our roots, part of the subconscious of this country ever since the time of the Colonists. This has been the foundation for everything in this country and is coming up again now for healing. Now that this energy has been brought to the surface, has become so blatant via this election process, it can be drawn out and healed.

In order to survive, some women, especially those in the media, bonded more with the male energy, but thanks to the strength of each of these two courageous women the healing has begun and hopefully, emotional toxins can be released.

Thanks for the spiritual perspective msfinething. I know we are supposed to be moving into a time where the divine feminine is rising. Let's hope this year was only the beginning and that these two women, and many more, will continue to speak up, to act, and to be...all that they came here to be.

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Hillary On Mumbai

  • “My thoughts and prayers are with the victims and families touched by these acts of terror in Mumbai. We still do not know the full measure of this tragedy, which has taken the lives of Indian citizens, Americans, and others who had traveled to Mumbai from around the world. Two New Yorkers, Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg and Rivka Holtzberg of Brooklyn are among those who have died, leaving behind their young son. The young couple had traveled from Brooklyn to manage a small Chabad house, welcoming Jews from India and elsewhere to learn, pray, and serve the community. There could be no sharper a reminder, nor a more poignant call to action, than the brutal and heinous violence visited upon the Nariman House and the Holtzberg family, living and working in Mumbai on a mission of peace, scholarship, and spiritual guidance. As those responsible are brought to justice, as we aid and support the victims and their families, as we work to defeat radical extremism and the terror it spawns, let us find strength in knowing that in the face of those who seek to take lives, there are those who seek to give hope and comfort. In the face of those who wish only to destroy, there are individuals like Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg and Rivka Holtzberg who travel great distances far from their homes to build a better world.


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