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Do not judge me by my successes, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again." Nelson Mandela We must be willing to take personal responsibility for our own healing and conscious evolution, with the intention and desire for harmony, healing in the community, and in having fierce conscious collaboration to make change. As spiritual leaders in our communities, we would be remiss to say nothing in the face of injustice, to simply watch stones being thrown. As spiritual warriors and leaders, it is our job to take matters into our hands, to see within ourselves. Look into our judgments, hatreds and insecurities before judging others, as we know we all reflect what we are. We all project from time to time what we have yet to heal in ourselves. No one is immune to this if we choose to be conscious beings. Any guru, spiritual teacher, etc will tell you that the work starts within first and going to the masses to proclaim someone's guilt is harmful, irreversible and irresponsible. We must remember who we are and take our matters to the individual(s) in question with which we have the issue, not an entire group in order to cast stones. Remember our words have long-lasting powers. Take time before you spread such black magic into the world. Take note and remember what you get what you give. It is a universal law. We are no better, and no less, than one another. We are all one. Remember that your Character can always be stronger than your Circumstances. Please pass this along and hold it in your hearts throughout your day to day actions. Never forget, every action, every moment, has an impact, be mindful of what kind of one you want to make. We must stand up and speak for the rights and dignity of all beings. "To sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards of men" Ella Wheeler Wilcox With hope for a more peaceful world. ELLSSA

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