Speaking of souls moving on from incarnation in this space and time on dates intriguingly very germane to their life’s work - as I did this past weekend with mention of D.M. Murdock dying on a December 25th; and speaking of Thomas Jefferson - as I did in a P.S. to that very same blog, in quoting him on a matter of utmost importance - last night I finished reading a booklet entitled ‘They Signed For Us,’ a summary, released through Young America’s Foundation, of the men who signed the Declaration of Independence and the aftermath of that act of bravery, designed for distribution to high school and college students, at the very end of which I found that Thomas Jefferson died fifty years to the date of the release of the Declaration.* He had been invited to special celebrations of the anniversary in Washington, D.C., but, by then, lay on his death bed. His last letter (and to humanity), addressed to the mayor of Washington, who had issued the invitation, reads, in part:
“I should, indeed, with peculiar delight, have met…with the small band, the remnant of that host of worthies, who joined with us on that day, in the bold and doubtful election we were to make for our country, between submission or the sword, and to have enjoyed with them the consolatory fact, that our fellow-citizens, after half a century of experience and prosperity, continue to approve the choice we made…All eyes are opened to the right(s) of man [my emphasis]…let the annual return of this day forever refresh our recollection of these rights, and an undiminished devotion to them.”
*And even more dramatically, so also did John Adams; another Signer, and, as well, another subsequent President of the Republic of the United States of America that they founded. Who, though they had their political differences (the better for us to think by, my dears), had remained good friends over the years, corresponding, on philosophical matters (a treasure trove of insights), voluminously with each other, to the very end of their sojourn in the wilderness of 3rd Dimensional life.
…and On The Other Hand, in Damning Unsavory Men:
from liberty born.wordpress.com: ‘Cruz Lies to America!’ - TJ. McCann - January 24
(Ted Cruz is using lawyerly tricks to mislead the American public as to the NBC question)
Keep up the good work in exposing this matter, T.J. (As you did in your article the day before, on the difference between the Naturalization Acts of 1790 and 1795; extremely Important research.)
This is appalling stuff. Outrageous. Despicable. As you point out; Cruz KNOWS FULL WELL what he is doing, He is deliberately trying to obfuscate the issue. It’s a shyster-lawyer technique. ‘Look over here, people of the jury – look: Over here. See this hand?’,,,
As I say: Please keep up exposing this charade, this Game That People Play.
Damn it all - I want to make all this RIGHT!
- And, I get, that people have to learn from their mistakes. But...damn it all, to hell......