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~ The greatest lack in this world is compassion and care ~

~ The greatest lack in this world is compassion and care ~
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Tuesday, 6 March 2012

The Arrivals - Judgement Day

One of the most dynamic and informative lectures around and worth taking time to listen to. This gentleman knows his stuff. Sayed Ammar Nakshawani is not just switched on, he is WIDE AWAKE. Keep an open mind. We are in a process of change. There are people working in the light. There are also people protecting corruption in 'the system' and turning a blind eye. This is why corruption has escalated and destroying innocent peoples lives.

It is now the time where EVERYONE must decide what camp they are working and for who they are representing. The slaves of the system are being given orders to do as they are told. Some of these slaves are even willing to abuse people. Many people have 'sold their soul' to seemingly get ahead and be paid. Hold onto yours.

People who value human life, dignity, justice and ethical leadership are uniting in solidarity as one humanity. We are justified to expecting our governments and law courts to show Zero tolerance for corruption by officials. They are violating their oath of office. Every day a few more people are waking up to what is really happening. After 100 years of injustice and war, there comes a time when enough is enough. This is our world and this is a wake up call. We must take care of our world and each other.

Judgement day is not going to be as we expect and we cannot predict anything. This is a testing time for so many people - stay strong and keep true to your faith. The power of thought and intention is powerful - it is sending an energy wave around the world. As the people become stronger and find their voice, the system that is exploitng people for far too long will fall away and what will replace this, we must ensure is ETHICAL! A long time ago someone said, whatever happens, remember, God wins in the end. Keep this in mind because I KNOW this to be true. Have faith!

One Hundred Years is significant because at the end of 100 years contracts expire. The rush to secure new contracts is what has been happening.....With ethical leadership, if any contracts are questionable, they are likely to be striked out. Divine Justice!



Peace, love and best wishes.
Pauline Maria

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