Just got this email this morning…

October 28, 2008

Try it, it’s lovely:

Advice from Lao Tzu

The year is 2016. We glance at the television one morning and see Obama having another of his many press conferences. He has now been in office for almost 8 years.

It hasn’t been perfect, but things are way better than when he took office in January of 2009. You notice that his hair has whitened and
he still has that winning smile and that take charge/positive energy that he had when he was campaigning way back in 2008.

You remember back to how concerned you were about whether or not he would win in 2008 and you feel deeply contented that he has been safely in office for such a long time.

He and Congress have done much to address global warming, health care, development of alternative energy sources and a variety of other important matters to the country and the planet. You feel deep gratitude for the past eight years and how things have unfolded.

See it…
Feel it…
breathe it….
Pass it on.

Lets stop fighting ‘against’ McCain and Palin, and start working ‘for’ Obama-Biden. Lets stop driving ourselves crazy with all of the outrageous mind upsetting details about them and start remembering all of the wonderful reasons we want Obama.

THE CHALLENGE: take 30 seconds right now. Close your eyes and imagine exactly what our country will feel like with President Obama. Imagine how good it will feel. Imagine whatever it is about him that you desire. Imagine the pride. Imagine the diplomacy. Imagine the peace.

Imagine the wind mills and the clean cars. Imagine the citizen groups. Imagine the earth being healed and revitalized. Imagine being very proud of your country and its leader. Imagine whatever it is that draws you to support Obama. Imagine what your life will look like.
30 seconds. Do it several times a day. We can shift and change the vibration of this country with positive visions just like this. It’s only 30 seconds a few times a day.

‘….stay at the center of the circle and let all things take their course….’

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