With America being born on a 4 day (July 4, 1776), she came into this world as a hard working and conscientious country. Four is the number of work, discipline, principle, responsibility, pride, compassion for people and perseverance in the face of adversity. It is consider the rock but stubborn as well. There is a focus on the foundations of life and taking care of the basics. This focus on the foundation can apply to the family, business or career. She likes to work and her work ethic has brought her wealth, freedom and security. Americans are extremely productive and value their freedom and their work. (President Obama is also born on a 4 day). Those who come here to find freedom many times find themselves working more than one job just to keep it. We accept only a few weeks of vacation time a year and when on vacation, many of us stay connected to our work.
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This is not a walk in the park. Since November, 2008, an important destructive transit was put into place. It continues to force the world to change or be changed. Like it or not we can’t ignore it. Our lives have been put into turmoil to help us eliminate systems we have created that no longer serve us. This can be keeping a job, a house, a relationship, stuff etc. Those who insist on hanging on to worn-out ways will feel the sting the most. We wonder why something isn’t working, or keeps repeating when we avoid looking at the deeper value of change. Many of us choose to check out and get out of here. As someone said to me, it seems as if people are “flying” off the planet.
Sometimes it makes one feel weary from all the commotion and change going on in the world. I speak with many people and there seems to be a standard theme of weariness from the drumbeat of today’s society. The great uncertainty perpetuated by the media, the geopolitical situation, hacking, privacy, economic distress, financial distress, complications involving more of your time, energy and money, underemployment, no employment, corruption on diverse levels,
In Honor of Kyle Minogue Edlund, November 26, 1964 – May 10, 20015 “Sometime ago, I was given a treasure to guard and now the owner has wanted it back.” Beruriah to her husband Rabbi Meir in telling her husband that their son is dead. Dear Friends, I haven’t been actively connecting outward for