POWER... unmeasurable power...

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POWER... unmeasurable power...
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thank you
this is a truly giving website. I felt the love - Tatyana , posted 01/21/08
great image
just thought it was great! - Unsubscribed , posted 11/02/07
Beautiful in its Simplicity
A code for anybody who stumbles upon it to read and understand. - Brandon , posted 10/02/07
well said. Namaste - brandi , posted 01/21/07
The golden rules..
Excellent tenets to live by.
errol - Unsubscribed , posted 01/20/07
Great reminders...but...
...how do you set your course when you don't know where to go? - Troy , posted 01/18/07
Love this stuff - Josephine , posted 01/18/07
Dark Side
funny how the subject line for this post is very similar to the line the Emperor cries as he kills Samual L Jackson in Star Wars III - Power! Unlimited POWER!!!! muhaha!

-evil - Unsubscribed , posted 01/18/07
blessed be we, angels divine, within the embracing light of peaceful loving serenity - ❤☽☉☾Roni∞ש❤ , posted 01/12/07
rules to live by - jesse , posted 01/07/07
Excellent Words
All of these excellents words and the timing was perfect.

Thank you for posting. - Maribelle , posted 01/06/07
5 stars to Vanessa's post
It's not easy to stand outside the crowd, but earth needs more of it! - anomaly , posted 12/03/06
Great words to Live by
I am new to your tribe. But I would like to share with you a poem I think of thewhen I read this that Dr. Keith Kent wrote . Mother Teresa thought enough to put up on the wall of her children's home in Calcutta.

The Paradoxical Commandments
by Dr. Kent M. Keith

People are illogical, unreasonable, and self-centered.
Love them anyway.

If you do good, people will accuse you of selfish ulterior motives.
Do good anyway.

If you are successful, you will win false friends and true enemies.
Succeed anyway.

The good you do today will be forgotten tomorrow.
Do good anyway.

Honesty and frankness make you vulnerable.
Be honest and frank anyway.

The biggest men and women with the biggest ideas can be shot down by the smallest men and women with the smallest minds.
Think big anyway.

People favor underdogs but follow only top dogs.
Fight for a few underdogs anyway.

What you spend years building may be destroyed overnight.
Build anyway.

People really need help but may attack you if you do help them.
Help people anyway.

Give the world the best you have and you'll get kicked in the teeth.
Give the world the best you have anyway.

Thank you for allowing me to share, Vanessa

- Vanessa , posted 11/30/06
definitely better than traditional "rules" ! we should implement this :) - Abrahm , posted 11/08/06
words of wisdom
When the Universe gives me a gift I try to accept it with grace...thank you for putting down in words exactly what I needed to hear...Blessings and Light - Orange Blossom , posted 10/09/06
One too many, I think. :)
Nice, but a little too "esoteric" for me. I prefer the "Code of Nine" that I try to go by:

Courage - Courage is more than just martial courage, especially in our modern times. For modern times, courage can mean the willingness to be a single voice in a hostile crowd, or even just the courage to stand up and be counted in what is sometimes a hostile world.

Truth - Truth is pretty self-explanatory. Tell the truth, even when there could be painful consequences. The consequences for lying are often more harmful than the quick pain of telling the truth and getting the situation over with.

Honor - Think of your honor as your worth in the community. Are you known as a fine, upstanding member of the Community? Do people come to you for advice, and trust your word when it is given? Or do they avoid you, and always look for confirmation of something you tell them? The answer may be a good indication of how your honor is viewed by others.

Fidelity - Fidelity is often thought of in terms of marital fidelity, but there is much more to it than that. Fidelity includes your commitment to your Community, your commitment to your Family/Friends, and your commitment to making the world a better place, as well as your commitment to your spouse or significant other.

Discipline - This is really more self-discipline than imposing discipline on others. This implies a certain amount of discipline to keep oneself from straying from your path of choice into other, perhaps easier, paths. Discipline and fidelity often work very closely together, with discipline providing the willpower needed to retain one's fidelity.

Hospitality - Hospitality is a virtue that you should take very seriously. When a guest comes into your home, offer him or her drink and something to eat. Work hard to make your guests feel comfortable. The virtue of hospitality was very important in almost every ancient society. You never know who that guest really is...

Industriousness - The virtue of industriousness means working hard, and taking pride in one's work, but it also goes beyond that. Are you employed? Disabled? A full-time student? If not, get a job. When you have a job, or are in class, be the person that "gets things done." And this attitude should carry over to your spiritual life, as well. Do your work carefully, pridefully, and well.

Self-Reliance - Self-Reliance fits in very well with Industriousness. Don't wait for someone else to do your job for you. Don't wait for the world to be handed to you on a platter. Those who do it themselves are favored above others. This certainly doesn't mean that you have to do something completely alone if you have no idea how, or if you really just can't do it. What it does mean is that you should learn things from life, learn how to solve common problems, and maybe learn a craft or two. Pick up a book on brewing, or carving, or even plumbing or something. Have a hobby, perhaps one that can make nifty things for you to use. Who knows, you might even be able to sell things and make some extra money.

Perseverance - Times were hard in the old days. Only those who were strong, smart, and crafty survived. Times are still hard. We can't give up at the first sign of adversity. Work, strive, carry on, and don’t give up. Those words embody the essence of perseverance. Whom do we admire? Those who have worked hard, pulled themselves up by their bootstraps, and made something of themselves through their grit and gumption. *That* is perseverance. - Unsubscribed , posted 10/08/06
Totally Agree!!!
I try to always live my life according to these codes. Now someone has written them out for all to see~! - Marsha , posted 10/07/06
Buen Intent
My intention is to learn to listen without judgement. A combination of the First and the Fifth Intentions. - kaiya , posted 10/06/06
OOH I like this a lot!
Intention for me is the coming together of the heart, mind,the body and spirit...aligning as one to manifest the desired outcome in the physical and each individual aspect as well. I say yes to the power of intention. - Unsubscribed , posted 10/06/06
INTENTION is everything.
Man will judge on action ...
God will discern based upon Intention ...

www.spiritcalls.us - jerry , posted 10/05/06
What do u want?? What is your intention?
i was told once by someone who thought he was very important... who thought he had shed his ego, that intention did not count for much at all... i was startled by this since i belived him to be intelligent and wise. however, the moment he displayed his ignorance about intention... i unplugged from him. it is my intention that this site finds its way to him. INTENTION is the volume of ur actions. how do u wanna b heard? blessing to u all
namaste - saralien , posted 10/05/06

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