What are the spiritual lessons that we are here to learn from this president?
In the form of the Ho’oponopono prayer, what is buried in humanity’s heart that needed these offending words and sentiments? ?
Nothing can remained hidden anymore??? That is right ! Whatever is hidden in our hearts must come out, be healed and therefore be transformed…
This is the new age of transparency and spiritual transformation! Welcome to the fourth dimension!
Below see the commentary that my sister submitted to the Miami Herald two nights ago and it’s in today’s edition:
As a Haitian American, I am appalled and offended by the reprehensible term used by the president of the United States to describe Haiti, El Salvador and African countries. But sadly, I’m not surprised.
I came to this country almost 50 years ago, when segregation was still rampant, but I could have never imagined that I would live to see leaders of this great country of ours openly revert to bigotry and racism in 2018.
As I pondered the deeper meaning of what’s happening in our nation today, I wondered what this means for us, individually and collectively. We are being forced to address issues that we have never had the courage to address in the past. We have never truly come to terms with our slave past and the current incomprehensible fervent desire of some to hate and dehumanize people of a different race.
We don’t have a hate or a racist gene, but once we dehumanize anyone, debase, enslave or destroy them, once we tell ourselves that they are not like us, that they are inferior to us, we give ourselves permission to treat them in ways that we would never treat those who are like us.
Where do we go from here? This question is significant, particularly as we celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a man who lived by and preached the notion that all people, regardless of their race, gender and the many labels we place on them, have the right to be treated with compassion, dignity and respect.
Individually and collectively, we are being called now to stand up for what is right and equitable, to stop accepting excuses for mean-spirited, offensive and demeaning characterizations of others, to call out those who would denigrate and dehumanize those they perceive to be different, and to make a firm commitment to work with like-minded individuals toward creating a world that works for everyone, not just the few.
– Marie Jo Toussaint, Miami