Inspiration from the Inaugural Speech today
I watched some of President Obama's Inauguration ceremony this morning. It was awe-inspiring to see that huge diverse crowd all united in one purpose.
So many of the speakers used terms we can relate to from a Divine Openings perspective.
Lamar Alexander quoted Roots author Alex Haley: "Find the good and praise it."
Myrlie Evers-Williams husband, former civil rights activist Medgar Evers was assassinated in 1963, sparking mass protests and attention to the cause, as well as numerous works of art, music, and film. She spoke poetically and powerfully: "There is something within us that banishes pain. There is something within us.... There is something within...."
James Taylor's humble and touchingly sweet, short, and simple rendition of America the Beautiful brought tears to many eyes.
Great words to celebrate from Obama:
"A decade of war is ending."
"... it speaks of an unlimited world, a world without boundaries..."
"Enduring peace and security do not require perpetual war."
"We want to be able to say we won the peace, not just the war."
"Engagement (communicating) can lift suspicion and fear."
"Our individual freedom is inexplicably bound to the freedom of every soul on earth."
"We don't have to agree on all details..... or all follow the same path."
"We must act knowing that our work will be imperfect."
Obama called on the country to each do our part.
Great effective questions (from Level 2 online) for each of us is: "What is my part?" "How can I contribute my high vibration to the world?" "How can I make a difference in action?" Then follow your guidance and let it happen.