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Who fascinates you?

Who fascinates you?

Given our latest topic about name changing, you might wish to nominate some public figure who has undergone a big name change.

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Folks in the news and those not in the news — when you wish they would be. Yowza, so much of the news today is really horrible. Disgusting or not, there are still heroes. That includes everyday heroes, public figures whom you and I admire a lot. Don’t you wish to know what makes them tick? When you nominate, be sure to let me know which you prefer to win, an aura reading or a face reading?

Athough I was originally aiming for three contest winners, it’s possible I might add one or two extras. Because so far those nominations have been absolutely fascinating.

Here’s how to enter our Contest about What Could Possibly Make This Person Tick? Entries must be posted by the end of March 31, 2015. Now I’m on to do that other kind of aura reading that you can get any time from this blog. Yes, for free. Because it is utterly fascinating to me, and important. I’m going to research our two latest nominees for the ongoing Enlightenment Life List.

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    Lilian says:

    I would nominate a load of British politicians, but that’s an abuse of services provided!

    Instead, to complement Zelda’s suggestion, I could nominate Jacques Fresco. He’s a well known futurist and designer. Encouraging us humans to look towards the future in a constructive, non-panicky way is challenging!

    Apart from that, anyone who’d like to help me understand my cat is most welcome to. 😛

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    Lilian says:

    Hmm, I would like to nominate Alex Salmond, a former leader of the Scottish National Party. Though this request is less about politics than about handling a particular job and role and might be a good aura reading. I understand that few people reading this blog have any grasp of British politics, particularly from a Scottish perspective! I barely do. His job is to represent a point of view that is at odds to (and often mocked by) the current top London-based parties. However, living in Glasgow now, I do see how Scots have their own political identity in many ways. He seems to do this with an interesting mix of persistance, commitment, pragmatism, resignation and humour. He has to handle compromise a lot and Scotland is often not taken seriously until Labour is worried about losing votes etc… Anyway, if his aura is interesting then it might be a good reading. Rose already did a reading on Merkel. 🙂

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    Lilian says:

    so that might mean a chakra databank to connect with national identity ?!? leadership when you’re leading a significant minority ? feeling politically out of place. a very European problem you avoid with a federation in the US. 🙂

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