Moving Through Darkness~ OM”


I am so glad I am able to post this wonderful and inspirational video.

Getting Through The Dark Night of Soul

February 21, 2012
Moving through Darkness
The Places We Go

Often it takes something major to wake us up as we struggle to maintain an illusion of control.

In life, most of us want things to go to the places we have envisioned ourselves going. We have plans and visions, some of them divinely inspired, that we want to see through to completion. We want to be happy, successful, and healthy, all of which are perfectly natural and perfectly human. So when life takes us to places we didn’t consciously want to go, we often feel as if something has gone wrong, or we must have made a mistake somewhere along the line, or any number of other disheartening possibilities. This is just life’s way of taking us to a place we need to go for reasons that go deeper than our own ability to reason. These hard knocks and trials are designed to shed light on our unconscious workings and deepen our experience of reality.

Often it takes something major to wake us up, to shake us loose from our ego’s grip as it struggles to maintain an illusion of control. It is loss of control more than anything else that humbles us and enables us to see the big picture. It reminds us that the key to the universe lies in what we do not know, and what we do know is a small fraction of the great mystery in which we live. This awareness softens and lightens us, as we release our resistance to what is. Another gift gleaned from going to these seemingly undesirable places is that, in our response to difficulty, we can see all the patterns and unresolved emotional baggage that stand in the way of our unconditional joyfulness. Joy exists within us independently of whether things go our way or not. And when we don’t feel it, we can trust that we will find it if we are willing to surrender to the situation, moving through it as we move through our difficult feelings.

We can take our inspiration from any fairy tale that finds its central character lost in a dark wood, frightened and alone. We know that the journey through the wood provides its own kind of beauty and richness. On the other side, we will emerge transformed, lighter and brighter, braver and more confident for having moved through that darkness.

Daily OM

Tax Season~Fraud


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Miami.CBS.Local

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This is exactly why I made the UTUBE called “ITeam”.

Tax Fraud and the IRS Scams

Persons did get time, but employees of the Monroe Detention Center in Key West,Florida that were involved testified for the FEDS and walked.
Others involved in the scam testified for the FEDS and had there sentences reduced dramatically.

Before Roth assigned Ellsworth to the case in December 2006, both men figured as many as 50 inmates were able to siphon as much as $100,000 collectively from the IRS. The money that got by was usually signed over to relatives outside jail or went to inmates’ canteen accounts, Roth said.

It is mind boggling that the Jail intake allowed this to go on without further ado.

Where is the JUSTICE?

From my website

Bias_Injustice

It has two connecting pages.

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Yes,he was acquitted on the four IRS charges but since he was arrested; the State of Florida violated his probation.He only had a year left to finish after an exemplary completion of over four years.
He had been in the Monroe Detention Center for over a year,waiting.They sentenced him to 42 months.

Excerpts from local papers:

According to the State Attorney’s Office, Suarez was not eligible for prison under a points system reserved for those who are tried on felony charges. The system takes into consideration the suspect’s primary offense, additional offenses,whether or not a victim was injured and any prior record that the suspect might have.

Points are assigned to each factor. It takes 44 points to send a suspect to jail:Suarez scored only 17.6 points.

Excerpts from Comments in Key West paper:

If any one actually believes these allegations were true regarding the meter scandal, then you are quite sad.

To top it off, the Citizen has been incorrect on his probation twice now.

He did not get convicted for the meter scandal, he got probation because of some paraphernalia that should not even have gotten him into any trouble at all; seeing as it was over 15 years old.

He only got probation because he could not afford a lawyer.

If the Suarez family had any money they would have sued the City of Key West and now the IRS for slander.

So you wonder why it never goes to court? They bully the people into pleading guilty so they don’t have to go through the hassle of “finding” evidence that doesn’t exist.

The ignorance in this matter is quite flattering for the people of Key West, Florida, The United States and the human race. Not….