Sunday, 28 October 2007

Daily Message April 13 2012

Daily Message April 13 2012
basic artwork by Elunadudina

"Because most competition compel to learn in life is how to love competition and use notes fairly of using competition and compassionate notes"

"- Lao Tzu"

Jovial Appointment and Emotive Dawn :)))) Brightest Blessings to you and yours for a magickal day today. These days is Friday, April 13, 2012. Fridays are ruled by Venus, a den whose properties tolerate, love, beauty, take pleasure in and calm. It's a captivating day to purpose on interaction, love, romance sexual matters, friendships and partnerships. It's a supplement day for new opportunities to come about. If you are working with stones today wish for to wear jade or cat's eye for protection. Use rubies in amulets.

Tonight's Moon is Degeneration, third quarter in Capricorn. The Degeneration Moon is a time for study, meditation, and muffled magickal work but for magick designed to bannish hurtful messages. The Degeneration Moon represents the Idol in her Crone aspect. It's a time to accomplice the wisdom gained as a result of life. The Moon in Capricorn develops strong influence. Interior on traditions, everyday jobs and obligations. It's a good time to set boundaries and cipher. The Moon moves here Aquarius at 5:48 p.m. The Moon in Aquarius is a disobedient energy. It's time to break customs and make definite changes. Unusual liberty and one is the purpose. The magickal color of the day is Red, and the incense of the day is Orchid :)))) Conduct an astoundingly magickal day! :)))

Friday, 26 October 2007

Is Justin Bieber Like The Buddha

Is Justin Bieber Like The Buddha Image

Barring MORE DEATH THREATS to poor, sweet Selena Gomez, The Bieber has new accolades to anger haters of her kissing exploits.

(July 1, 2011) Shia LaBeouf appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel" Live last night and had a lot to say about Justin Bieber. He's "the bomb! He's like a 16-year-old Frank Sinatra."

He even "has a presence like Buddha, like a young prince... I went up to him, I wanted to say hi. Security was ready to take me down. Bieber does this two-finger wave thing like, 'He's OK.' "

The topic came up because of that super-adorable video Selena Gomez posted on YouTube of her meeting LaBeouf and freaking out because he's "soooo cute!" Did Justin have a problem with that?

by Rosie Gray

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Friday, 19 October 2007

The Buddha Still Standing Burma

The Buddha Still Standing Burma Image
The "Saffron Revolution" that happened in Burma in 2007 was the precursor to the protests we see around the world today. We will not remain quiet in the face of tyranny

We found a magnificent Buddha still standing after the government crackdown in Burma. The dictatorship could not stomp the spirit of freedom and liberation represented by the Buddha.

We changed buses in Pegu and took a short trip around the city avoiding government fees. We saw the need for helping Burma (which the government renamed Myanmar). This police state is ruled by a military junta after a coup in 1990 that imprisoned Aung San Suu Kyi, the country's only legitimate, democratically-elected leader.

In 2010, an election was rigged to keep the country's reviled military dictators in their current positions. People are starving and engaged in forced labor. MY PICTURES may seem one sided. It is prohibited to take pictures of the military and the police. I do not simply take pictures of the many poor on the streets instead.

The Burmese people are the kindest people I have ever met. Their loving-kindness filled me with a sense of compassion to support or find a way to free them from tyranny, even if I do not know how. The country needs our support in America: I have posted some links to international organizations helping Burma.

Burma is NOT a usual travel destination, except for adventurous spiritual travelers. Even if one avoids all governmental fees, for example using public transportation, it is difficult to say that traveling the country helps the people. Perhaps all travel should be boycotted and help given less directly.

The government with its embezzled profits has moved the country's capital to a make believe, reinforced never land called Naypyidaw. Seeing it from the bus, tears came to my eyes. I understood how the "generals" had extracted the money from starving people to create a world-class capital for themselves and their relatives. It was so shocking that I neglected to photograph it.

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Romney Doesnt Appear To Wear His Religion

Romney Doesnt Appear To Wear His Religion Image
The Republican race for the Presidency has effectively been winnowed down to John McCain and Mitt Romney.

The former's record on immigration is firmly established. He led the Republican charge against Proposition 200 in 2004, which was ultimately approved of and passed by 56%-44% of Arizonans. He put forward the McCain-Kennedy amnesty bill. Americans for Better Immigration (run by NumbersUSA), which grades all members of Congress based on their immigration-related voting records, gives him a 'D'.

Mitt Romney is more of a question mark. His past Congressional donations do not reveal a pattern regarding their respective stances on immigration, although on net they've gone to those who are slightly more restrictive than Congress as a whole. He did little one way or another regarding illegal immigration while Governor of Massachusetts. On the campaign trail, Romney's gone after Giuliani for NYC's status as a sanctuary city under his mayorship, and he's criticized McCain for the aforementioned amnesty bill.

It's evident, at least in the blogosphere, many of those who plan to vote on the Republican side during the primaries are not particularly impressed by either candidate.

What about our elected leaders? With apologies to Machiavelli, perhaps the first method for measuring a man on the sincerity of his positions on immigration is to look at the legislative men he has behind him. Thus far, Romney has received 42 Congressional endorsements. There have been 36 for McCain.

Using AfBI's gradecard scoring system, I tracked the performance of those 78 congress critters. Regarding the way AfBI makes the grade calculations, in an attempt to remain as objective as possible, they are based on immigration reduction rather than looking at the nuances in legislation dealing with illegal immigration. They treat H-2A and H-1B visas in an equally negative light. If you see unskilled immigration from Latin America as disastrous but favor some sort of limited merit immigration system for the cream of the world's crop, it may not be optimal. But as the most comprehensive measure available, it is useful.

ROMNEY'S BACKERS HAVE A RESTRICTIONIST GPA OF 3.4 TO THE MCCAIN CROWD'S 2.4. That's substantial. Of course, these endorsements are influenced by a whole host of considerations, of which Romney's perceived alignment with their legislative agenda on immigration is just one. But Romney does better than the GOP as a whole, while McCain performs even worse than the slate of Republicans who were thrown out in the '06 midterms--and that was a group of relatively open-borders Republicans--not to mention the party as a whole.

John Savage suggests that Mormonism tends to encourage a universalist one-worlder view. The implication is that Romney might, like McCain and Huckabee (only Ron Paul has been consistent in his opposition to things like the Visa Lottery system and the anchor-baby interpretation of the 14th Amendment), want to keep the flood gates open even though he's said otherwise during the campaign.

It's possible, but I don't see much indication that it is probable. Romney doesn't appear to wear his religion on his sleeve (although he does not smoke or drink), and it's hard to determine much about an individual based on the average tendencies of the demographic group he belongs to. In his 2004 book, Mormonism is apparently not a focal point (in making this assumption I'm going off of Amazon reader reviews--I've not read the book myself).

While Mormonism, like the gamut of Protestant denominations and Catholicism, is ecumenical by nature, Judaism is not. Yet Jews are consistently less restrictionist than Protestants or Catholics. A comprehensive Zogby survey found self-described 'born again' Christians to be the most strongly in favor of reducing immigration levels among the major religious classifications considered.

The circumstantial evidence points to Romney as a better choice than McCain for Republican primary voters concerned about immigration into the US.