Now is the time for Love.
Below is Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson’s rousing keynote address at the World Woman Summit 2019 in Little Rock, Arkansas on November 22, 2019.
“The rule that should guide us is the dictate of the heart. . .”
“Sisterhood has got to mean standing for every woman’s
right to be herself, and to speak her mind,
whether or not you agree with it.”
“Feminism means nothing if it doesn’t include
the fact that we must stand not only for each other
but for each other’s children.”
“The Love that will save the world
does not just mean Love for our own children. . .”
“We need to repair this world. We need to repair this planet.
We need to repair our country. We need to repair our souls.
We need to regenerate. We need to re-create
and we need to renew, and we need to get going!”
At 39:39 she says:
“It is time to give birth to a reborn world. . . and what I find is the people who know how to do this are everywhere. . . we have them in every country in the world . . .
“This is a global phenomenon. . . it is coming up from deep in the psyche of the human race and people are feeling it and people are demonstrating it. They are the people who’s passion has shown them.
“This is what we should do with the animals. . . with the land. . . with the children. . . with the streams. . . with the rivers. . . with each other. . . with the formerly incarcerated. . . for racial healing. . . and this is what we should do to create peace.”
At 40:40 Marianne creates a context (an end to war on this planet) with a deadline:
“At the end of this century that war will be eliminated or close to it, and we should step into that and we should work back from there.”
“And the women of the world should not stand idly by.”
On Marianne’s website, www.marianne2020.com is her story and why she’s running for President of the United States:
Who What Why, This is Who I Am.
This is where I’ve been, and this is why I’m running…
And finally, here is the movie Marianne mentions at the beginning of her speech above called, “Iron Jawed Women.”
It details the struggle women had gaining the right to vote in 1920 with the 19th Amendment starring Angelica Huston and Hillary Swank.
Time for each of us to find, uncover, discover our sacred purpose.
Why are we here?
How do we do that?
One way is to meditate daily, or even just ‘stare at the wall’ and invoke the Universal Law of Sacred Purpose.
It’s time to get going, as Marianne says!