LetsOpenOurWorld.com… “The DNA Journey”

Just Watch it!!!

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https://youtu.be/tyaEQEmt5ls

[Update: oh, I forgot to mention, the only shortfall of this is that it does not consider our galactic DNA connection, which I feel is our deepest and perhaps most important connection. One day they’ll get it “galactically correct”…]

The message in this for myself, at least, was very strong… we are all connected. I feel many who view themselves as “I’m a(n) [COUNTRY]-person” only, will have a change in view after seeing this.

Thanks to MT who sent this to me.

Published on Jun 1, 2016
It’s easy to think there are more things dividing us than uniting us. But we actually have much more in common with other nationalities than you’d think. If you dare to question who you really are, head to http://momon.do/Lets.Open.Our.World to WIN your own DNA journey: a DNA kit and the chance to visit every single country you’re from!

Let’s Open Our World

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Those Appointed to Destroy

A very nice written article from a Judge. Discusses briefly 3 types of laws and how they operate.

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4f522-judge2banna Judge Anna von Reitz

Most of us think of destruction as a bad thing.  We naturally recoil from destroying anything, because we instinctively know that it cost people effort to build it and in many cases, there might be people depending upon it in some way.

Yes, we have it firmly set in our minds that “destruction is bad” even if we also rationally know that sometimes destruction is necessary.
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There are in this world people who are literally appointed to destroy and I am one of them. They are called “judges” or “justices” or “magistrates”—- and we are all appointed to destroy.
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Now here is the thing that you really have to appreciate: when we destroy something bad, it results in good.
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Think of destroying the evil of slavery.  Think of destroying the evil of a festering wound.  Think of destroying a corrupt burdensome bureaucracy.  Think…

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