It’s Time to Sing A Song

Sing a song. Today everybody can sing out loud and in  your soul a song that signifies  the character and strength to effect change that is within you.

Together we can sing a song, a uni-verse (a one word verse) that shifts your consciousness and heals the world.  It is time to sing a uni-verse for the universe.

“Praise and bless everything in the world, and you will dissolve negativity and discord and align yourself with the highest frequency-love.”  ~The Secret

Your uni-verse (one word verse) may include:

  • Peace
  • Love
  • Happiness
  • Gratitude
  • Unity
  • Diversity
  • Equality
  • Encouragement
  • Sensitivity
  • Change
  • Harmony

Sing any word (a uni-verse) that dispels hurt, pain, war, discord. Let that word change you and the world today. It is time to sing!

Sing.

 

Unity In Diversity

America celebrates inclusion. Actually, dissatisfied citizens around the world watched the evidence of unity in diversity in America and join the celebrants in America. Millions of disenfranchised, oppressed or marginalized people, especially women, worldwide who long for a different world of inclusion see the possibility.

Unity in diversity embodies more than skin color; it is a pledge of the acceptance of human dignity. The idea of unity that includes the diversity of humankind, progressive thought and equal opportunity signals inclusion. It recognizes the deepest human longing – fairness.

Goodwill unifies. Equality unifies. Fairness unifies. People in every hamlet, village, town, reservation, or country in the world cry out for fairness. Goodwill does not bend to politics. Goodwill opens the mind to inclusion rather than exclusion because of gender, race, geography or economic status.

Mankind is one. Aung San Suu Kyi of Myanmar, sacrificed much to free the people in her country.  Nelson Mandela sacrificed for the freedom of his people in South Africa. Shirin Ebadi of Iran sacrifices for justice in her land. President Obama in the United States of America, another Nobel laureate, believes “We will rise and fall as one nation, and as one people.” These Nobel peace prize laureates and many, many others struggle for fairness for all mankind across the world.

Women deserve dignity. The struggle for dignity extends to a former girl prostitute in India who was forced to sell her body. Sakena Yacoobi in Afghanistan fights to educate girls to fix the country’s severe gender imbalances. Layli Miller-Muro in the United States who protects immigrant women and girls fleeing the violence of genital mutilation champions dignity.   These conjoined problems of sex trafficking, gender-based violence, and maternal mortality all over the world depend on restoring women’s dignity.  Read Half the Sky

Unity in diversity is vital to the equality, dignity, goodwill and protection of all people.