Thank you very much.
Are not Americans natives of the world ? This is Hindu, Hindu Om.
We should realize oneness of humanity. Mentally, physically and emotionally we are all the same. Happy life deserved by everybody.
To become genuine practitioner…We need some effort to bring full conviction, the practice of compassion and love, loving kindness, these things are of immense benefit to oneself and to others.
(Muki the bomb dog, checking for explosives and firearms)
We human beings a social animal, every survivor depends on the rest of the community. Friendship, spiritual cooperation, very essential. me me me totally against reality. Result, lonely.
Happy community, happy society. Among your neighbors that Family who have real human affection among their members, that family no matter how poor or how difficult things it is, that family actually much happier than those families, very powerful very rich but lack all inner peace, unhappy.
(Crowd control and client protection is easier with no client and a small crowd.)
(mindfulness is critical in this and every moment)
Synchronicity. This photo taken 10/11/12 1314hrs
Surrounded by a phalanx of State Department security flanked by Charlottesville PD and VA State Troopers, HHDL is greeted by members of the local Tibetan community upon arrival at the stage entrance of the Paramount Theater in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Church of the Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith, 305 Washington St, Williamston, NC 27892, Route 125, NC
The Church of the Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith (or CLJC) is a Christian based church organization with its headquarters located in Philadelphia, PA. Founded in 1933 by the late Bishop Sherrod C. Johnson, the church grew into a network of church locations steming from New England to Florida and as far west as California. After Johnson’s death in early 1961, the movement continued to flourish under the ministry of the late Bishop S. McDowell Shelton, gaining international recognition while continuing to maintain a solid base in the United States.The current leader is Bishop Dr. Kenneth N. Shelton (a/k/a Bishop Omega Shelton).–Wikipedia
History is a matter of perception. It contains our worst assumptions and our truest truths – any time we come in contact with it we are changed. The many gifts of the people of faith who have built up this community in the past have provided a strong foundation for a vital parish of the future.— St. Paul’s Church, Beaufort NC
But be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves.–James1:22
Look3 closes with a joyful noise. One story I wish I had a recording of was Camille Seamen’s creation myth, her close call, her narrative of wakening to a purpose, sharing the glory of earth. Sharing the love. Nick Nichols provided a preview of Snow Tree, a visual anthem, to be published in National Geographic December 2012. Beautiful beautiful beautiful, this tree seen a different way.
(Photo above: The singing photographer, Arlene Gottfriedis joined by the Mount Zion First African Baptist Church choir)
St. Luke’s Episcopal? Anyone know? 1.2 miles southeast of Monticello on Route 53.
“Again, I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything you ask for, it will be done for you by my Father in heaven. For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them.”–Matthew 18:19-20
“Church door close due to Rapture.
Sinners you’re to late.”–Rt 312, eastern NC