Scarlet Jewels
The NewsLog of Julie Solheim-Roe

Thursday, November 6, 2008day link 

 Here Comes the SUN! - INDIVO

Election Jubilation! Americans choose change!

This music video shows the work and efforts of these Americans. The wisdom of a past president, John F. Kennedy and the prophetic words of a Martin Luther King.

America is the true Promise Land!

Yes We Can!

Yes We Did!
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 History is NOW
picture For all you who are still sitting on the fence, thinkin' this is about Obama vs McCain - or thinkin' it's not about a politician saving us - cuz he can't -


This is a paradigm shift, this is a wave, this is spiritual BEYOND MEASURE.

This is all we need - "love love love - oooh, it's easy!"

The only real Love, that Is. Agape.

This has NOTHING to do with Obama, but we couldn't have got Right Here, Right Now, without him! So it also, of course, has EVERYTHING to do with him! God BLESS AMERICA! GOD BLESS PURE INTENTION, FOCUS AND CALM INTELLIGENT RESOLVE WITHOUT EGO!


I went to sleep last night literally feeling my body bathed in the Light of the World. I could literally See bright light as my eyes closed, and I felt it wrapped all around me like a blanket of GOOD WILL... So thankful for the beautiful souls I shared the eve with in the hills. Looks like we've made it! And looks like we're going to! Full circle to my generation's living myth - infused in our childhood all the ethos of the civil rights movement, so lost in the greed and corruption of the 80s yuppiedome... alas God almighty we are free at last!

Why Portland is So Great!
Thanks Ben! You are soo right! I love you Portland!

What a Moment! - The Nation's Newspapers!

Maya Angelo and an incredible video with a great appearance of Maya Angelo on CBS's "The Early Show" this morning! AWESOME!

Ending with her great poem 'I Rise:'
'You may write me down in history with your bitter, twisted lies, you may trod me in the very dirt but still, like dust, I'll rise. Out of the huts of history's shame I rise up from a past rooted in pain I rise. I'm a black ocean, leaping and wide, welling and swelling I bear in the tide. Leaving behind nights of terror and fear I rise into daybreak miraculously clear I rise. Bringing the hopes that my ancestors gave, I am the hope and the dream of the slave.' And so, Harry Smith, we all rise.

Amen Brother's and Sisters.
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