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Re: [lawofattraction-262] what's your reaction?

From: Gillian
Sent on: Friday, January 23, 2009 10:10 PM
President Obama is an inspiration to me because I now know that the vision of one person can truly make a change in the world.
I can make a change in the world. Even if that 'world' is my local community, my place of work, my neighbor. I can make 
a difference in the lives of people around me, if I just give a little of myself, a little of my time.
His nomination acceptance speech at the DNC was the turning point for me. I was blown away & felt compelled to be a part of
his campaign. I can't explain it. I just get chills when I listen to his speeches. Its like he's speaking to my soul.
I have never been politically or socially active in the past. But I just can't sit around anymore, waiting for someone else to stand 
up for my beliefs. I have to be the one to take that step.
I was in DC for the inauguration. I walked for miles among millions, stood in the cold among thousands, cheered for change with
hundreds & shared the moment with a handful of friends. And even though I didn't quite hear his entire speech (there were ambulances
going by), and I couldn't quite see the screen (didn't make it to the mall; we were a street away; apparently i 
should have arrived at 3am and camped out!), and I couldn't feel my toes (uhmm... uggs & a thick pair of socks didn't cut it),
I will always remember being apart of that glorious moment in time. 
Gillian

ps. Jules- I enjoyed reading about your experience at the inauguration. Do you have any pics of the rainbow & bird??


> ----- Original Message -----
> From: jules <[address removed]>
> To: [address removed]
> Subject: Re: [lawofattraction-262­] what's your reaction?
> Date: Thu, 22 Jan[masked]:16:46 -0500
> 
> 
> Hi Lorna,
> I was there - and this is how I saw the universe participate in the day.
> I arrived on the monument grounds just after sunrise on Tuesday and 
> there was a dog-sun in the sky which caused a rainbow to appear 
> over the capital building and also over the collective crowd.
> Then right after the oath of office and as Obama began his speech 
> there was one lone bird that crossed the vast open sky high above 
> us. I watched it for it's full travese across the sky as it was a 
> totem bird of mine and always appears in times of profound peace 
> and goodwill. It was a Great Blue Heron. I was moved by both these 
> messages from the universe and allowed the weigth of those symbols 
> provide clarity in vision and listening for all that was shared.
> 
> I am attaching the a bit on the symbolizem of the Great Blue for reading.
> 
> 
> --- On Thu, 1/22/09, Lorna Levy <[address removed]> wrote:
> 
> > From: Lorna Levy <[address removed]>
> > Subject: [lawofattraction-262­] what's your reaction?
> > To: [address removed]
> > Date: Thursday, January 22, 2009, 1:10 PM
> > Hi group
> >
> > I'd like to know your?feelings about the two posts I
> > just sent about Obama and auras and energy and him?being a
> > deliberate creator. What do you think? Who was there, who
> > watched it? I watched about 12 hours of the inauguration and
> > parties from the comfort of 2 parties.
> > ?Lorna Sophia
> > {{(*_*)}} Moving You From Stuck to Results -
> > with personal coaching in law of attraction
> > http://www.TheLaw...­
> > "What You Think About, You Bring About"
> 
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