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You are a physician who works two days a week at an Indian Affairs med-center. This morning you put a cast on the arm of a 38 year-old woman and stitched a gash in her forehead. She was injured in what the police described as a suspicious, single-vehicle car accident. Her car struck an abutment on a clear stretch of road at high speed and with no apparent application of brakes. She had not been drinking. She was fortunate to come out of the crash with only minor injuries. The police have told you that there have been two suicides in her immediate family, and four more on the reserve in the past six months.
You have asked her about the accident. She says she doesn't know how it happened. She is staring at the floor. Her injuries do not require hospitalization and you are tempted to just let her go home. Yet your concern leads you to try to explore further to see if these actions are invitations. You sit down on a stool in the treatment room. She is sitting on the table.
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Everyone is bright enough, everyone on earth has a bright light inside their soul–it may be only the size of a pin prick, but it is there and bright and will not stop looking for God.
We can count on this, we can trust this.
And if you have found this show consider the possibility that God is very near to you now, that God incarnates, has always incarnated since the beginning of the world and the problem has been finding God in the mix. We are going to talk briefly about this and then, here is the good part, I am going to conduct what is called a weaving session. I will utilize the Living incarnation of the Buddha Maitreya’s healing tools of Shambhala, as pictured. I will use the Seven Ray Christ Consciousness Weaver over “the Aspirant” on the Metatron Mat in Buddha Maitreya’s Seven Foot Pyramid and the Star Tetrahydren Solar Form too.
The intention is to bring our willingness to God by virtue of participation in this exercise for God's healing blessing to be available to anyone listening...and witness what happens.
This is being offered as a kind of introduction and heads up to the opportunity now available on Earth for the restoration of Harmony. Not Niravanna; Harmony, Rhythm.
And then I will ask you to consider going to Buddha Maitreya’s site and see for yourself.
God is Alive.
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PAYING YOUR DUES TO REACH SUCCESS WITH WORLD PHOTOGRAPHER JOHN OLIVO
Success is the prize that doesn’t come without hard work, humbling ourselves, making ourselves teachable and determined that whatever we do along the way is done with excellence.
In this episode of God, Where Were You When? world-photographer John Olivo talks to host Sherrie Clark specifically about this subject, one that he knows all too well. He had humbled himself and remained an assistant to a master photographer who had the best studio in New York City, sticking it out for eight years despite the fact that all previous assistants lasted no more than a couple of weeks. His teachable spirit paid off in more ways than one. This master photographer taught John everything he needed to know about being a successful master photographer himself, travelling the world to photograph royalty and celebrities, as well as how to operate a successful photography business.
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