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September 11, 2001: 8 Years Later

“A date which will live in infamy – the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked.”…”Very many American lives have been lost.”…“Always will we remember the character of the onslaught against us.”…“I believe I interpret the will of the Congress and of the people when I assert that we will not only defend ourselves to the uttermost, but will make very certain that this form of treachery shall never endanger us again. Hostilities exist. There is no blinking at the fact that that our people, our territory and our interests are in grave danger.

On Monday December 8, 1941, Theodore Roosevelt spoke these words about the bombing of an American military base on Pearl Harbor in Oahu Hawaii the day before. (Listen to President Roosevelt’s actual speech)

Sound familiar?

Today is the eighth anniversary of what some have referred to as the “New Pearl Harbor” and what has simply become known as 9-11. Both involved surprise attacks killing many Americans that resulted in war with the main difference being that the 2001 event was entirely civilians and the 1941 event was a World War versus a Global War on Terrorism which has mainly been an “American War” with some support from other countries initially but these days it seems like it’s only our war; one that some say is more about American Imperialism than protecting us from terrorists, an enemy that we can’t see or apparently find well enough to finally end a war that’s been going on for most of the past 8 yrs with some saying no real end in sight anytime soon.

Heroics and bravery are somewhat expected of soldiers but what about a business man/woman? Or a janitor, security guard, salesman? Aka civilians. This comment is not meant to detract from soldiers but that it’s part of their job but not really for the average civilian. Men and women of all race, creed, color, social status, and occupation were suddenly required to find within them this heroics and bravery.

This is what I noticed watching all of the coverage of the aftermath. That regardless of who they were, they rose to the challenge of assisting not only a fellow American, but most importantly a fellow Human without any question of who they were, what their social/economic status, etc was. It was Humans helping Humans. I was watching The Collective in Action!!

What followed was a very serious question. If we could drop all of our supposed boundaries that make us different, from which myriad judgments and condemnations result, for one day, just what would it take for that to happen permanently? Would it then take humanity to be on the brink of annihilation in order for this to occur permanently? It almost seemed too much to ask much less consider because that day was a lot of Death, Devastation, Destruction, and Mayhem much less the latter question; but that wouldn’t ever happen right? If you truly look at the world over the last 8 yrs it seems to be a lot worse. Not just this endless GWOT (which BTW is still killing endless civilians, just not “ours”) but economic collapse resulting in job losses, foreclosures, growing loss of individual freedoms; the list seems to get longer and longer as time goes on.
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Random Thoughts
  • “Your life is often involved humbling yourself, saying you were wrong, or asking for or giving forgiveness. These are some of the hardest tasks for humans to perform. Given 10,000 guns you gladly go out and start a war but forgive yourself or someone else; a momentous task!”
    by Barbara Marciniak, The Pleiadians
     
  • “The Light always obliterates The Darkness. The Darkness always encroaches upon The Light. Understanding this is a Foundation of Faith.”
    by Jeff Staebell, My Life Experiences
     
  • “You must be very grounded in the 3D world to integrate and understand the myriad of fine symbols and meanings of other realities. First of all you must clearly love and accept yourself for who you are and this is no small task When you can lovingly recognize yourself as your own creation you free yourself from the mass induced trance of powerless living. You must live your life with clear boundaries and distinctions applying great discernment and discrimination of mind to all you encounter. In addition you must learn to honestly and openly express your feelings and emphasize you own self worth as you learn to develop a true love for who you are. Conditions, excuses, competitions or wishing you were someone else will get you nowhere; and if you live life with few boundaries you may find yourself greatly infringed upon by characters not only of this dimension but others as well. You must first learn to treasure and value your human form and then you can learn to enhance your perceptions and begin to explore the web of existence by paying attention to the greater influx of vital life sustaining energies that filled your world.”
    by Barbara Marciniak, The Pleiadians