Monthly Archives: April 2012
Although happiness seems to elude you, you are following it. Cardboard cartons may be strewn, seeming to block your happiness. The cartons topple over. You jump around them or leap over them or fall in the midst of the toppled boxes, yet you get up, and you keep going. Something keeps you hopping even in Silence. Where does the energy you have come from?
Where else but from Me? Who fathered you? Who fostered you? Who brought you to land? Read the rest of this entry
Greetings and Salutations;
I’m sorry to have to still write and tell you what you’ve been waiting for, is still coming to you. Not any of us, but many who’d been waiting a lot longer than any of us are quite happy now. Considering some of the last been hangin’ since 1984. These are not the same as big lenders who got their principal back some time ago, like chinese families who were holding paper from ages ago and were given the face value of those docs. Once, certain things were opened up to me, I counted 100 zeroes to make the transition, and that wasn’t all. Looks they got enough to, ‘raise the dead and heal the sick’. The limits are being ripped off folks, how many are ready to be ‘gobsmacked’ at what appears at the end of their noses. Read the rest of this entry
Note from Stephen Cook: An interesting move by the Catholic Church in light of the phenomenal wealth of the Vatican, but one which no doubt may be viewed favourably by Britain’s poor. Especially as the country has fallen into what economists call its first “double-dip” recession since the 1970s.
Cardinal Accuses David Cameron of ‘Immoral’ Behaviour and Favouring Rich
Cardinal Keith O’Brien says PM should not protect only his ‘very rich colleagues’ but consider his moral obligation to the poor
By Shiva Malik, The Guardian – April 29, 2012
One of Britain’s most prominent religious figures, Cardinal Keith O’Brien, has accused David Cameron of immoral behaviour and of favouring rich City financiers over those struggling on lower incomes. Read the rest of this entry