Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Your Excellency: It is Time For Change?

Your Excellency:

The plan for the international government is progressing quickly through open debate, but instead of making the steps to bring it about, like a ship that is stopped in the water, and turned the opposite direction from its home port, there must be correction and impetus, or power—I hesitate to use the word power—to bring it about to get it back on course.

Power has connotations of wielding a force to propel one on toward his or her goal, or that of a nation, but the definition of power, and where it comes from, is oftentimes misunderstood. People equate ideas, such as money and power, and once the money is gone, there appears to be no power. Money can purchase items, and having it enables an individual to progress forward toward one’s goal, but it is win-win agreements, not money, that enable forward progress. It benefits the seller and the buyer, and so it is an agreement, but to procure necessary items is not the only criteria for getting ahead.

Nations that have cash-flow crises are oftentimes resource-ful. They become “bank accounts” for the industrialized nations, and thus were targets during the colonization period. This concept has turned the proverbial ocean-liner around, and those who, like the passengers on the Titanic, ran into obstacles, lost their lives and their fortunes. Under the Law of karma—Cause and Effect—whatsoever you do to another will be done to you. It is not a matter of punishment, but of belief that you come from a sense of lack, and continue to reinstate that lack, like a grab for power demonstrates the player suffers from the fear of lack of power.

How this applies internationally is that the entire structure based on games of one-upmanship are terminating due to power grabs, and must be turned around to the desired goal of abundance for all. You can see there must be changes in belief structures associated with this so no more power grabs are initiated. The solution is to find markets for one’s own resources first rather than the emphasis on making trade agreements with third world nations that are suffering from a lack of opportunity to sell their own goods and services.

The change of belief structures is a thought process that progresses from the question of whether change is necessary and desirable to “mopping up” the details once the question is answered affirmatively. For example, is world peace necessary and desirable?

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes,

Copy: Senator Ron Wyden (D-Oregon), Congressman Peter DeFazio (D-Oregon)