Thursday, June 18, 2015

YouNeek and Loving it




This Quest is about knowing (and loving) that which you are. Humans create huge characters and spectacular saves because of contrast and addiction. Internally, balance is required. There can be no void in creation.

The vast chasm of utter heartbreak we’ve lived exists in balance with the amazing victory, miraculous come-back and incredible “luck” that also exists.

What this means is that as things, and as we, even out – things may feel a bit boring. There is a “hit”, an adrenaline rush that comes with the extremes of contrasting emotions. It is addicting at both ends.

We may not feel complete or satisfied until or unless we have something to cheer for, scream about or fear. Our bodies have been tuned to “high alert” status for a very long time.

Understanding truth is knowing that it starts and ends with you – you are creating, believing and expecting every “hit” you get. It’s all done with purpose. Its purpose to feed our addictions.

Loving every part and particle of yourself means seeing your addiction – choosing to either satisfy it or resist the urge, and not letting that choice change your self-love.

We spoke last about the game of humanity. You are passionate to the extreme. The trick, now that you are self-aware, is to choose your extremes.

I live in Chicago where the Blackhawks just created a Dynasty, winning the Stanley cup again, the third time in six seasons. The town is on fire. Chicagoan's are getting that emotional addictive “hit” vicariously – by watching hockey. It’s fast, exciting, satisfying and runs the gamut as far as extreme emotions are concerned.

Once you choose some way to express the extreme emotional “hit” you crave, you can create the rest of your days in balance. With intent you can love yourself into situations of health, prosperity, vibrancy and challenge.

Creation is not so much the result of positive affirmations as it is the product of a constant frequency you emit.

The freedom attitude when applied to love means that every part of you is acceptable and love worthy. You are free to love without condition. Once we get that, really live like that, our neighbors and fellow humans appear the same to us – acceptable and love worthy. Every one of them.

A world of acceptability and love worthiness may not have things like rage, crimes of passion or depression. That’s okay. Once our expectations have adjusted we’ll discover room for passionate creativity, unbridled expansion and wild self-expression – just for starters.

Loving yourself absolutely doesn’t mean you look for the summation of your parts that “measure up” to some self-defined standard. No, it means you absolutely understand and accept that in all of creation there is only one expression of love that you are uniquely qualified to give. You are here now because you are necessary. Because you are you. Only you know what it is you came to give. Show us.

You are the one we’ve been waiting for.

~Sophia

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Judge orders Clinton Foundation racketeering case to trial



http://m.washingtonexaminer.com/judge-orders-clinton-foundation-racketeering-case-to-trial/article/2565272

Judge orders Clinton Foundation racketeering case to trial
BY: Sarah Westwood
May 29, 2015 | 7:39 pm

Save the date. Hillary Clinton's racketeering trial has been set for January 20, 2016. (Getty Image)
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A Florida judge has set a trial date in the racketeering case against the Clinton Foundation and Bill and Hillary Clinton.

Judge Donald Middlebrooks of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida ordered the racketeering, influenced and corrupt organizations, or RICO, case to head to trial January 20, 2016.

The order, entered Friday and obtained by the Washington Examiner, came days after Larry Klayman of Freedom of Watch filed a lengthy civil complaint against the Clintons and their foundation in the same court.

While the Clinton legal team could settle the case or enter a variety of motions in an effort to derail the lawsuit before the trial, the judge's swift decision means the matter could go to court before the Feb. 1 Iowa caucus and Feb. 9 New Hampshire primary.

Klayman, who has filed dozens of lawsuits against the Clintons and other prominent politicians, suggested the former first couple and their family philanthropy used their political clout to drum up foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation and lavish diplomatic favors for contributors while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state.

Klayman also asked the judge to order a "neutral forensic expert ... to take custody and control of the private email server and reconstruct and preserve the official U.S. Government records relating to the conduct of U.S. foreign policy during Defendant Secretary Clinton's term as Secretary of State."

Judge Middlebrooks has not yet ruled on Klayman's request that the court seize Hillary Clinton's server.

The court documents also state the Clinton Foundation and the former first couple must discuss the Cameras in the Courtroom pilot project, an initiative in the Southern District of Florida aimed at incorporating video recordings into civil cases.

"I am pleased that the Court has set this case for early jury trial," Klayman told the Examiner. "This is a matter of extreme national importance and before now, for decades, the Clintons have not had to answer to a jury for their alleged crimes. Now, justice will be done."

The Clinton Foundation declined a request for comment Friday.

Leak of Pope’s Encyclical on Climate Change Hints at Tensions in Vatican




http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/17/world/europe/leak-of-pope-francis-encyclical-hints-at-tensions-in-vatican.html

Leak of Pope’s Encyclical on Climate Change Hints at Tensions in Vatican

By JIM YARDLEY and ELISABETTA POVOLEDO
JUNE 16, 2015

ROME — The unexpected leak of Pope Francis’ much-anticipated environmental encyclical has meant the return of something that not long ago was fairly common around the Vatican but had become often dormant during the two-plus years of Francis’ mostly charmed papacy: intrigue.

Who leaked it and why? Was this the work of frustrated conservatives in the Vatican, as some experts have speculated? Does it portend big fights at a pivotal October meeting in which church officials are expected to grapple with homosexuality and divorce? Or is it just a tempest in a teapot?

“Somebody inside the Vatican leaked the document with the obvious intention of embarrassing the pope,” said Robert Mickens, a longtime Vatican expert and editor of Global Pulse, an online Catholic magazine.

The Vatican press office was tense on Tuesday. Hours after a draft of the encyclical was published Monday on the website of L’Espresso, an Italian magazine, the Vatican indefinitely revoked the credentials of Sandro Magister, the journalist who wrote a short introduction that accompanied the magazine’s publication of the draft. Vatican officials say the leaked draft is not the final version of the encyclical, which has been barred from release until Thursday.

Leaks are hardly uncommon in journalism — some would consider them sustenance — and Vatican journalism has been no exception. Most recently, Pope Benedict XVI’s papacy was undermined when his butler leaked documents, in an episode known as VatiLeaks, that exposed infighting and discord in the Vatican. The scandal is considered one of the reasons that Benedict resigned, leading to the March 2013 election of Francis.

With global interest in the Francis encyclical — titled “Laudato Sii,” or “Be Praised” — the Vatican had prepared a major media rollout, with a news conference on Thursday morning and the release of the final document. That has now lost some of its steam. Tempers flared inside the Vatican press office on Tuesday, both among staff members and among a handful of reporters, who criticized others for breaking what they saw as an inviolable promise not to publish before Thursday.

The immediate focus of attention was Mr. Magister, who writes a widely read blog about the Vatican on the L’Espresso website and is known as one of Francis’ toughest critics. Mr. Magister said he was simply following orders: He wrote a short introduction to the draft after his boss, Luigi Vicinanza, L’Espresso’s editor, got a copy and decided to go public.

LOVE IS ALIVE


By Ed

MY SPHERE IS CLEAR

WE GO
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