Dear United States Of America:
As I close my eyes and drift away to a land where there is love, health, peace and blessings. I wanted to take the time to think and reflect. The truth is that November 8th was voting day for the United States of America, and as the results arrived, in the early morning hours of November 9th 2016 we saw history in the making. History has been written. Mr. Donald Trump, is now President elect. This was a time of great joy, a time where hope came alive, a belief in a freshness and a newness. A welcoming change to the White House. The people of America, and at the global level.
This election race has been deeply troubling for the people of America. It has been entrenched by emphasizing the deep divisions that have plagued America for probably many years. Focusing on past hurts and not recognizing the need that sometimes we have to put aside differences and unite as one.
It is with this hope, I am also very grateful for the victory of President Elect Donald Trump, who has vowed to unite America as never before. This is such an optimistic thought. You see some may say that the President Elect has no political experience, or does not have a political background. But the truth is that this should not, and never hinder his ability as a President. In fact, I think that it is a good thing. As someone who has been termed as an outsider, he can offer perspectives that are different, and enhance the political processes that have already been in place. In fact I don't think that this should be a worry because he has a team of individuals who has a tremendous amount of political experience who will be there to advise him.
With regards to the transitional process, I would like to take the time to commend President Barack Obama for such a quick invitation to the White House. The fact that you have stepped up to do this is a great modelling for a nation, that has been heartbroken because of the divisions and divides. With this meeting you are showing a nation and world leaders that two individuals who have a different point of view can come together - put differences aside. After all you both love this nation. That is what unites you. You have recognized that it is time to unite. together at a point of resolve, even in times of disagreement. Transition is difficult for any human being. This thought ties to the idea of change. Change is difficult for everyone. The word change suggests that something must be gone or given up in order to get to the next point. This is why I prefer the word continuous improvement (which I mentioned earlier). This is the interesting point about transition. In order to do so we must go through a process, it just does not happen. We can connect this idea, to that of a child who leaves home to go to a daycare. The child may decide to take a few objects, such as a toys from the home, as a mechanism of transit from the home to a place of daycare. To feel secure.
In the same sense transition can occur with object or even with thoughts. Thoughts can take us from the point A to Point B in any type of process. The transitions can simply happen through our thoughts, just by weighing in the positives.
It is with these thoughts I remain in a place of deep hope and optimism for the United States of America. I also take the time to think about the many choices that I face. I think about a transitional journey. I hope that my days here are those of peace and support, as I continue to focus to complete the goals that we have set here. I hope that this will be a time where we can give back to the community from a place of unconditional love. Thank you to all the world leaders who have sent their messages of support and congratulations.
Dear United States Of America - My heart yearns to be home.
God Bless America.
My thoughts to share with love & kindness,
Notes: These thoughts were originally hand - written on November 9th 2016
Our thoughts, to invite and inspire. With Love & kindness. :)