Today YOU win a prize from the recent DIVERSITY Face Reading Contest. Okay, technically, KYLIE wins. Or more properly, Chimamanda Ngoza Adichie is the winner. What matters? This face reading of Adichie can elevate us all.
As described in Comment #7 at the contest, who is Chimamanda Ngoza Adichie? According to KYLIE, the Nigerian-born novelist is:
One of today’s best novelists.
A novelist who vividly describes the experience of racism in America.
THE novelist who most clearly describes the experience of being an expatriate.
All of humanity can learn from this shake-up in collective consciousness. Especially we can learn from those who refuse to become victims. When the expatriate known as Chimamanda Ngoza Adichie triumphs, all of humanity learns a lesson about possibility! CONTINUE READING →
“Pay the price” — what does that mean. Often there’s a hidden, spiritual price. It’s hidden.
Yes, of course, life is designed for personal growth. This Top 10 article helps you explore what it means, spiritually, to “pay the price.”
In this context, spiritual discernment means this: Learn to tell the difference between Earth School and Heaven. Like it or not, we mortals must pay a price for just about everything we get. A hidden price. Not just 10 times but 10 x 10 and more.
Why must we always pay a price? Well, hello! Because this is a Learning Planet.
Just a bit of preface, Blog-Buddies, before sharing ISABELLA CATES’ aura reading of Libertarian Candidate Gary Johnson.
There are two kinds of people in the world. What, you’ve heard that before? 😉
Some of us are really, really involved in the upcoming U.S. election, including the final presidential debate tonight.
Others of us want to read anything else but.
Today’s article is for those of us in the first category. Personally I haven’t been this caught up in any election since the one in 2008 (that led to the Iraq War, as you might remember).
As for those of you in the second category, you might want to avert your eyes. Unless you’re interested in reading the aura of a pothead. Because, of course, that is one of Gary Johnson’s other claims to fame. CONTINUE READING →