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Thursday, August 22, 2013

Darkest Before the Dawn

It’s always darkest before the dawn” – to what would that saying refer to in your life these days? (Serendipity Bible 10th Anniversary Edition, page 1305).

I think parents #1 responsibility next to making their child knowing they’re loved is teaching them everybody is equal and everybody needs a friend / I believe I’d broke one of mine’s arms if they ever made fun or wasn’t nice to everybody. (Beth Standifer Murray, August 19, 2013).

In public life I think this phrase applies—“it’s always darkest before the dawn”—whenever complexity abounds and a resolution promising greater simplicity and clarity is in the wings. I think a new paradigm, a new understanding, a new perception, regarding what must be done in terms of wealth distribution and democratization of an essential sense of self-worth and profound encouragement will appear surfacing into awareness provided we in America do not lose our souls and stop loving and respecting one another. I’ve said it before and I will say it again, respect for the individual and love for the individual is at the core of America’s democracy. So long as that persists hope springs eternal. The battle is won, victory is declared, it is only a matter of time before eventual objective materialization of laws already implanted within the depths of the subconscious, the soul of man, and the heart of God.

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