sometimes we need time to focus one beauty full things. And a rose is beautiful in al his colors
I was walking through the supermarket to pick up a few things when I noticed an old lady following me around.
Thinking nothing of it, I ignored her and continued on. Finally I went to the checkout line, but she got in front of me.
“Pardon me,” she said, “I’m sorry if my staring at you has made you feel uncomfortable. It’s just that you look like my son, who just died recently.”
“I’m very sorry,” I said to her, “Is there anything I can do for you?”
“Yes,” she said, “As I’m leaving, can you say ‘Good bye, Mom?’ It would make me feel so much better.”
“Sure,” I said. An odd request, but no harm would come of it.
As the old woman was leaving, I called out, “Good Bye, Mom!”
As I stepped up to the checkout counter, I saw that my total was $1027.50.
“How can that be?” I asked, “I only purchased a few things!”
“Your mother said that you would pay for her,” said the clerk.
a tortoise was bussy drowning, because she was tangled up in a fishwire. lucky a good sameritan, with the heart one the right place, care enough to help here and safe the life. This planet need more from this kind caring people.
Mi incarnation upon this earth,was mean as a special gift to humanity. The highest sacrifice a free light soul can make. after millions time circles free from incarnation.. To have found peace, enlightenment and unity with the complete universes.
But after waiting in the hall. For the right place and right time. In so many jumps i seek the live. But becomes murdered in the saves t place a unborn can be ” the mother-womb”. So no chance to see the light, our to take a breath. No chance to claim to take a place upon this earth. To own a body, so i can speak and share mi self in many ways.
So after many try s, i succeed. I become born. not the way i wanted. not the place, and not the time i wanted.
And also not the place where their wanted me. No welcome, a burden to the live.
So their cut mi wings,cover mi glow. call me strange, unworthy. Cripple mi mind. make me a prisoner from mi own life.
No welcome home, no love for me. Mi voice, mi calling drifting away with the wind. to fall in dry ground.
Shall i must wait, until the dessert give flowers, until she give fruits?
Can you o humans, who s claiming to be masters of the universe. But being only like toddles comparing to the eldery s souls. You who step one me and denied every chance to grown in mi power. that i after this life come again born ?
And with me are countless others, with similar story ‘s. returning to the soulgathering. Crying about a lost jump and a lost life. i plead you mi brothers and sisters.
Stop with killing us.
and so far the claim to all new age thinkers that this planet is become more free in the new energy; and we are the master of us own live, choose usself the experience to need the grown of us soul. please become down to the earth. be realistic. make change instead of hoping the UFO s go make it a better place to live;
Arifa Bibi Stoned To Death In Pakistan For Possessing A Cell Phone
A young mother of two has been put to death in Pakistan for possessing a cell phone.
Arifa Bibi was sentenced to death by stoning by a Pakistani tribal court, and was executed on July 11 at the hands of her family. Her uncle, cousins and other family members threw stones at the woman until she died, all because she had a mobile phone. She was buried in the desert far away from her home village, and according to reports, her family was not permitted to be involved in her funeral.
Stoning has been a common sentence in countries like Pakistan for a long time and is used against women and other vulnerable groups. Since the stoning of Arifa Bibi this summer, women’s rights groups have launched an even stronger campaign to put a ban on stoning.
Naureen Shameem, representative for women’s rights group Women Living Under Muslim Laws, says that stoning is used against women in particular as a way to control them.
“Stoning is a cruel and hideous punishment,” said Shameem. “It is a form of torturing someone to death. It is one of the most brutal forms of violence perpetrated against women in order to control and punish their sexuality and basic freedoms.”
The Asian Human Rights Commission explained the act of stoning against women in a recent press release.
“Stoning to death is a barbaric act from a primitive society,” reads the press release. “Society is sent the message that violence is the way to deal with women and other vulnerable groups. Women’s rights are negated through the use of these forms of punishment. Pakistani society has degenerated to the point that, for a woman, keeping a cell phone has become serious crime. It is treated as a worse crime than gang rape, murder and bomb blasts, through which many people are killed on a daily basis.”
Groups are currently petitioning the United Nations to enact a worldwide ban on stoning. It is not known what progress has been made on that front.