December 3-10th, 2019, a group of us travelled with Kelly Oswald, owner of The Oracle, and her husband, James, to the tip of the Baja Peninsula, Cabos San Lucas, Mexico.
Kelly’s friend, Adriana, helped chaperone us as we visited foundations assisting beautiful women and children living in poverty and often violence.
We participated in sharing a simple drawstring, back-pack pattern for the ladies to sew and sell, lunch-time feeding and clean-up at a local school, lots of playing, and handing out requested gifts of crayons and coloring books.
It was hard to witness the dichotomy of rich and poor — I knew it was there, having visited Cabos before — but not to the extent I saw it this time.
There’s a marina full of million-dollar yachts, as in so many resorts, and a few miles away dirt roads, not enough food, violence and abuse. . .
As I learn to detach, to be the observer, to view everything as a movie, I find I Am able to move about freely, to do my Divine Service, without being pulled down by the entrenched beliefs that can limit my ability to do the work I came to do.
Ascension in form is balance within
Planetary Balance is our Ascension
Bless the ones who courageously, knowingly, have been born into physical poverty with the possibility of violence and abuse.
We are here to help lift everyone up,
for gender equality to be the reality here and Now.
Here are some of the photos from this adventure:
Sarahuaro FoundationPor Los Nino de la Sierra
Patti told us her children have all experienced violence and that she provides food for them when they come to school here.
To help continue with the teaching and feeding, Kelly has set up a GoFundMe page for Patti and her “Por Los Niños de la Sierra” for women and children. [Steve: Kathleen is in the middle.]
What an amazing trip.
My great gratitude to Kelly, James, and Adriana!