2009.01.20 07:00 - Politics vs Hope

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     Riddle Sideways was GoC and is adding the comments.

    Welcome to the beginning of the new reign of a new US president.  What he does (and gets us to do) will affect the world and our attitude towards it. 
    There is so much that Riddle would like to comment here.  There is so much HOPE for the days to come. 
    It has been so many years of being unhopeful in the political arena.  The constant knowing that THEY would mess up everything again. My relationships with government have (almost) never been happy.  My commentary is very close to telling you all far too much about what I did in the 60's. Alas, RL time constraints and good judgement will make me refrain from letting loose upon you.

    Susi was already sitting there quietly when I arrived.

    Susi Alcott: _/!\_
    Riddle Sideways: good morning
    Susi Alcott: good mornig
    Susi Alcott: morning
    Riddle Sideways: sorry am late
    Susi Alcott: np
    Riddle Sideways: had to get daugther out the door
    Riddle Sideways: what did I miss :)
    Susi Alcott: nothing
    Susi Alcott: I've been alone here
    Riddle Sideways: sometimes good, sometimes bad
    Susi Alcott: maybe I got some 'dry practising' to be the one who's in charge
    Riddle Sideways: in charge is a little light here
    an aside note: The usual phrase is "being in charge".  Which is usually implied as a person doing the controling of events.  In this group, I would investigate "BEING in charge" which puts us into the proper frame of who is really in control at all times.  I am sure that this has been discussed here, but I need to go search for references.
    Riddle Sideways: in charge is something I think of toward a president kinda person
    Riddle Sideways: [note the segway]
    Riddle Sideways: oooooo I is sooooo happy to be getting a new president in my country
    Susi Alcott: I gladly share the happyness for USA
    Susi Alcott: hope is very strong source to have power for changes
    Riddle Sideways: have not felt hope at this level in USA for along time
    Susi Alcott: neither have I, neithre I've had any reasons for that for long time
    Riddle Sideways: yes, seems like sooo long

    Susi Alcott: hoping you dont mind me saying so, but my mind goes up to Kennedy
    Riddle Sideways: my son got really really into this election
    Riddle Sideways: and I did not want to have him let down as I have been many times
    Riddle Sideways: when I was in 7th grade
    Riddle Sideways: and just learning about the world and governments
    Riddle Sideways: and just awakening (sort of)
    Riddle Sideways: they shot my president
    Susi Alcott: _/!\_
    Riddle Sideways: I do not like that part of the comparisions to Kenedy
    Susi Alcott: that was sorrow over the world, at least how I saw it
    Susi Alcott: hm you said 'my president'...did you mean Kennedy ?
    Riddle Sideways: yes
    Susi Alcott: _/!\_
    Riddle Sideways: was the first president that I knew of
    Susi Alcott: even I'm not lived in US; he was also 'my' president

    Riddle Sideways: JFK was young, carismatic, different
    Riddle Sideways: got things done
    Susi Alcott: and wanted good things to people
    Susi Alcott: genuinly
    Riddle Sideways: pushed us to go to the moon
    Susi Alcott: and worked for that
    Riddle Sideways: had young kids in the white house
    Riddle Sideways: a tall fashionable wife
    Riddle Sideways: so much like Barach

    Susi Alcott: do you know about reincarnation ?
    Riddle Sideways: think that is very possibly what has happened here
    Susi Alcott: that Barach would be Kennedy ?
    Riddle Sideways: the wheel turns and we get the next chance
    Riddle Sideways: are they both Lincoln?

    Susi Alcott: I'm quite tired now and I have not looked upon so much back
    Susi Alcott: sry; have too many desturbing things atm, but I promise to find it out for you
    Riddle Sideways: the media has been replaying all histories for several days
    Susi Alcott: _/!\_
    Riddle Sideways: TY
    Riddle Sideways: the thing is that Barach can not walk on water, as some think

    Susi Alcott: would it be easy for you to bring inworld all of there photos ?
    Riddle Sideways: not easy
    Susi Alcott: ok
    Riddle Sideways: many many online through google images
    Riddle Sideways: Pres. Obama needs all of us to get off our butts and do what needs to be done
    Riddle Sideways: he just needs to organize the organizers
    Riddle Sideways: it is like my making a good breakast for my daugther this morning
    Riddle Sideways: then sending her to take her finals
    Riddle Sideways: I can't take her spanish final for her
    Riddle Sideways: but I can send her with the best energy

    Susi Alcott: You know what; Obama is yes much like Kennedy, but he's not Kennedy's new incarantion, but Lincoln's yes
    Riddle Sideways: please tell me how you do that reading
    Susi Alcott: hard to explane; I just identify
    Riddle Sideways: ok
    Susi Alcott: have you some knowledge of Edgar Cayce ?
    Riddle Sideways: a little, long ago
    Riddle Sideways: read several, but is now jumbled with other readings
    Riddle Sideways: is that your method?
    Susi Alcott: there much written; too much; too much for money only
    Susi Alcott: I have no method anymore
    Riddle Sideways: yes, I remember they was too many written
    Susi Alcott: only certain kind of speciall missions and awake for them in my this incarnation

    Susi Alcott: Hi Adams
    Riddle Sideways: yes
    Riddle Sideways: Hi Adams
    Adams Dubrovna: Hello Susi and Riddle :)
    Riddle Sideways: welcome to new presidents day
    Adams Dubrovna: Thank you :)
    Susi Alcott: hoping you dont mind my saying that you look much like Abraham Lincoln
    Susi Alcott: we had some chat about him too with Riddle
    Adams Dubrovna: haha
    Adams Dubrovna: I'll have to get a stove-pipe hat
    Riddle Sideways: hmmmm yes Adams does not look like pres Adams
    Susi Alcott: that sure may be also my mind's creation in a way, for certain reasons
    Susi Alcott: but you Riddle ---being kind of outsider---can conferm me , what comes to Adams' looks :)
    Adams Dubrovna: The Lincoln references haven't been subtle the last few days
    Susi Alcott: but the reasons nobody can turn me dow of
    Riddle Sideways: yes, Adams looks the young Lincoln today.
    Susi Alcott: ty Riddle

    Riddle Sideways: maybe because we are in the frame of mind
    Riddle Sideways: and maybe just the beard
    Riddle Sideways: tall thin too
    Riddle Sideways: bell bottoms were not Lincolns style :)
    Riddle Sideways: I have never seen a young pres Adams pictures
    Adams Dubrovna: Let's hope the country is not in as bad of shape as Lincoln faced
    Riddle Sideways: he is always old
    Riddle Sideways: how bad the countries shape is how to gauge when we are present in it
    Riddle Sideways: but, all the same conditions are here
    Riddle Sideways: not civel war though
    Riddle Sideways: many other wars
    Riddle Sideways: sure is the opportunity to unite the world
    Adams Dubrovna: Yes it is more of a world stage now
    Riddle Sideways: Israel and palestine stopped fighting for this new pres
    Riddle Sideways: hope that continues
    Susi Alcott: :/!\_

    Adams Dubrovna: Cheney in a wheelchair is reminding me of Mr. Potter in "It's a Wonderful Life"
    Adams Dubrovna: Yes, we hope and pray so
    Riddle Sideways: ha, yes, had not thought of that
    Riddle Sideways: sorry... got no respect for Chenney
    Riddle Sideways: wheel chair does not get sympathy
    Adams Dubrovna: He is totally unrepentent
    Riddle Sideways: W. was just a face, Chenney was the pusher
    Adams Dubrovna: Bush is leaving the White House for the last time right now

    Adams Dubrovna: Hey Moon :)
    Susi Alcott: Hi Moon
    Adams Dubrovna: 70 more minutes
    Riddle Sideways: Hi Moon
    Moon Fargis: hello ^^/
    Riddle Sideways: the moving guys throw out the bush bags
    Adams Dubrovna: That part is amazing
    Riddle Sideways: was listening to that description
    Riddle Sideways: they have 6 hours to transform white house
    Adams Dubrovna: yes amazing
    Riddle Sideways: out with the bushes
    Riddle Sideways: in with the Obamas
    Adams Dubrovna: Like a giant tetris game played real quickly
    Riddle Sideways: all the cigar ash trays go out
    Riddle Sideways: the good old boy equiptment so to speak
    That image had not really presented itself before.  I am hoping the moving people remove all the cigar ashtrays.Those are symbols of fat cats, good ol' boys, the oil barons who sit around smoking cigars deciding the fate of US little peeps.
    Riddle Sideways: this is so exciting
    Riddle Sideways: and my son is missing it
    Riddle Sideways: he is deep in the grand canyon today
    Adams Dubrovna: wow
    Riddle Sideways: he worked about 3 months for Obama
    Adams Dubrovna: I have a son down there somewhere (DC that is)
    Riddle Sideways: ah, to be in DC today
    Riddle Sideways: like a football stadium
    Riddle Sideways: the game is better watched on TV
    Adams Dubrovna: yes it is
    Riddle Sideways: but, you can tell everybody that you were there
    Adams Dubrovna: even more so
    Adams Dubrovna: it takes place in different places
    Adams Dubrovna: In Lincoln's day you had to be there :)

    Riddle Sideways: and in washington's day... it wasn't there
    Adams Dubrovna: :)
    Riddle Sideways: where was it for Adams?
    Riddle Sideways: philadelpia?
    Adams Dubrovna: It was in Philadelphia I think
    Adams Dubrovna: They set the precident for the easy change of power
    Riddle Sideways: no more kill the king then look for replacement
    Riddle Sideways: ah, but the whole world is watching today
    Riddle Sideways: except those on mountain tops
    Adams Dubrovna: :)
    Riddle Sideways: I sure hope
    Riddle Sideways: hope that peace rains down
    Adams Dubrovna: Hope is the word for today
    Adams Dubrovna: The presence of the appearance of hope
    Riddle Sideways: I appreciate hope
    Riddle Sideways: A.P.A.P.H.
    Adams Dubrovna: :)

    Riddle Sideways: please keep on chatting folks, but I need to go watch TV :)
    Riddle Sideways thinks that was a bad sentence
    Adams Dubrovna needs to go. bye everyone
    Moon Fargis: bye ^^/
    Riddle Sideways: bye all
    Susi Alcott: _/!\_

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