“Good Morning Sweetie,” Pops wrote as he had done for so many moons.
"This morning was a good meditation. It helped to put me back on track for March when I return to Boston. I’m looking forward to hearing about your first ceremony experience tonight and any insights that you gain.
Today I put the Global Goals game video. This will be a good link for teachers and since Roger at GeniusU.com is calling it a world game (http://theworldgame.geniusu.com/ https://www.geniusu.com/game/ranking) and we are calling it WorldAgame.com, why not have more games out of the same 2030 goals. Our grandson liked playing Ryan’s Rocket Game. Maybe Ryan can make a new game out of the Global Goals. This ties in well to the Obama, Melinda and Bill video I posted.
Obama said that some of the biggest changes that were made was done by young people. He also talked about the importance of listening to and sharing stories. He said that most politicians are followers and not leaders. Since politicians have to serve so many constituencies or stakeholders, perhaps this is the way it should be. Perhaps politicians work better as public servants and the leadership should be done by the people. At the end of his talk, Obama said, “What a glorious thing it is to be responsible for saving the world. That’s your responsibility.”
From my meditation this morning, it became even clearer to me that my true mission is Truth and Love. I will keep asking questions about this life until I no longer have any questions. Heres’s something I wrote about Truth:
“To what is dead one can make a path
It doesn’t take long to do the math
But to the Truth and what is unknown
A search for Light and hope to be shown
A way I follow until I ‘die’
Can’t wait to see the other side”
Here are some of my notes from this morning
It would be ideal to have a Question page for the mystery of life. If Neil DeGrasse Tyson says scientists live in the mystery, don’t we all to some extent? Do we have all the answers to all the questions? Young people grow up believing that adults have all the questions, and when they finally become adults, they find this isn’t so. So then, why don’t we all get wrapped up in the mystery of life?
Here are some questions to start with?
Who am I? Does this question change as one’s conscoiusness evolves?
What is the purpose of my life? Does this question change as one’s consciousness evolves?
Where am I going? Does this question change as one’s consciousness evolves
Does consciousness take place in the brain?
Does each cell in our body have a consciousness?
Does each atom in our body have a consciousness?
Is the world a reflection of what happens inside of our minds/bodies?
What is this thing that gives us life?
What happens to this life thing when it leave our bodies, upon physical death of the body?
What is the difference between a spirit and soul?
Could we be living inside of a hologram? If so, who is in control?
Are we the creators of our reality?
Are there even smaller particles than fermions?
What does “The Kingdom of God is within” mean?
What does it mean to say, “God is closer to you than your Jugular vein?”
What is a family responsible for teaching their children? Should we make these expectations clear to parents? (see video “Don’t stay in School” by Boyinaband)
What is the purpose of each item taught in a curriculum in a school and can these be ranked by importance?
It would be great to have a youtube channel of K-12 & university students' perspectives of the world.
Put value on one’s story. Perhaps instead of a mission and vision statement, it would be better to have a mission and vision story.
Perhaps Robert is to begin an “If I were president…” campaign where I would talk about what I would do with the gift for freedom. I would ask all teachers to read “who moved the cheese”
Creating/imagining is like sculpting a dream. In one’s imagination, this is where anyone can be truly free, even more so than a video game.
Part of the meditation process is imagining the 3rd eye opening.
That's all for now
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