When I read what’s happening, and has happened, in communities across Canada, it can seem like an impossible task to build Nova Earth.
Three of the posts below “Shine Light” — as one of them is titled — on horrific things we’re here to change.
As I review them, I’m reminded of Archangel Gabrielle asking us to be the joy. She tells us that if we sink into a state of despair, it’s difficult to be and create change.
Archangel Michael in a personal reading with Steve, October 2016, through Linda Dillon, channel for the Council of Love, asks us to be that change:
“Every single being upon this planet at this time has brought the fullness, the totality of their soul’s design to the planet. They did not leave anything behind.
“You are well-equipped to take steps of action, each of you in your own way, and it is not an either/or. It is a mosaic and every piece counts.”
Archangel Michael tells us we’re here to help out in community, to co-create change with our unseen friends:
“Are we supporting you? Yes.
“Are we close at hand to help you as you need help? Yes. But are you the human implementers of this plan? The answer is yes.
“If you did not want to be part of that implementation you would have stayed and worked with us from this side and there are many who have chosen that direction.” (1)
Deliberate, inspired action, co-creation with the Divine, is what is needed now on Gaia.
Call on Archangel Michael daily with his Blue Flame of Truth, of Infinite Potential. Work with Sanat Kumara and Universal Law, especially Sacred Purpose, Intent and Balance, and from that place of peace, Love, joy — kindness — create our Nova Earth.
Ontario Student’s Death Shines Light On
Bullying Issues Within Canada’s School System
Because Acero had a strong moral compass, he defended vulnerable students from bullies — and that turned him into a target, says his family.
“Phoenix always stood up for people, especially the special needs students,” close friend Maddie Phippen, 17, told HuffPost Canada in an email.
In May, after Acero defended a peer at Ontario’s Haliburton Highlands Secondary School, a bully allegedly told Acero to go kill himself. The teen died suddenly the next day.
‘Our Society is Broken’: What Can Stop
Canada’s First Nations Suicide Epidemic?
Suicide and self-harm is the leading cause of death for indigenous Canadians up to the age of 44. Selena Randhawa talks to young First Nations people about the shocking deprivation and deep despair that lie behind this epidemic.
“… And I hope that we will not have to bury one more innocent child – the future of our communities and the future of our nation.”
Sheila North Wilson, grand chief and representative of more than 75,000 indigenous people living across northern Canada, was in Ottawa last February to discuss the many issues plaguing First Nations communities. The memory of the conference speech she made there is now etched on her mind.
“Throughout the speech, my phone wouldn’t stop buzzing,” she recalls. “I didn’t think much of it.” But what she read next brought her to the floor.
Marlene Bird, Saskatchewan Woman Who Lost
Her Legs In Brutal 2014 Attack, Has Died
Marlene had said she tried to forgive the man who attacked her.
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — A woman who lost both her legs and much of her eyesight after she was viciously attacked and set on fire in a back alley more than three years ago has died.
Linda Lavallee, a friend of Marlene Bird, said the 50-year-old Indigenous woman died Monday at a hospital in Prince Albert, Sask.
Lavallee said Bird entered hospital on Nov. 20, went into a coma on Wednesday and never regained consciousness after suffering heart, liver and kidney failure.
Lavallee said Bird had forgiven Leslie Black, the man who attacked and sexually assaulted her. But she was upset over the 16-year prison term he received in September and the stress of the case and its outcome affected her health.