I truly enjoy reading some of the more spiritually uplifting posts on Ashtar Command. After a long a day of dealing with our current collective reality, they are a nice release to a higher perspective.
I fell best though when I am taking positive action. The question is though, what to do?
Of course I alone will never be able to solve all of the world's problems. But I can contribute, as we all can. I am 44 years old, and I have accepted the fact that wars and poverty and hunger may not end in my lifetime, but I know that is no excuse for inaction. Every conscious, positive effort we take toward creating the better world we know is possible makes a difference.
I am reminded of the story of when Thomas Jefferson had retired to Monticello after his presidency, and he was sitting out on his porch looking out onto his property. He noticed a large old oak near the home had just died, and he called his foreman over and told him to take it down and plant another.
When the foreman told him that the seedling would take 15 years, Jefferson replied, "Then we don't have a moment to lose."
We have to act now, not for ourselves, but for people we don't even know who will be living on this beautiful planet 50 or 100 years from now.
We have put together a poll to see how many people truly believe in extraterrestrial visitation. We also have a full disclosure petition to sign for the two U.S. presidential candidates, for those of your who want to add their voice to those of us who are calling for a fundamental change in the manner in which our elected representatives, treat the subject of contact.
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