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  •  It's okay. (16+ / 0-)

    I didn't either.

    "Spirit merges with matter to sanctify the universe. Matter transcends to return to spirit. The interchangeability of matter and spirit means the starlit magic of the outermost life of our universe becomes the soul-light magic of the innermost life of our self. The energy of the stars becomes us. We become the energy of the stars. Stardust and spirit unite and we begin: One with the universe. Whole and holy. From one source, endless creative energy, bursting forth, kinetic, elemental. We, the earth, air, water and fire-source of nearly fifteen billion years of cosmic spiraling."

    •  spiritual people are against oil war (3+ / 0-)
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      and are for peace.

      dennis doesnt take chevron oil money.
      kucinich knows the war is for oil.

      al gore can say oil war. can your candidate?

      gore on the Hydrocarbon Law on page 195 in his book THE ASSAULT ON REASON :

         Later, during the invasion itself, even as looters were carrying off many of Iraq's priceless antiquities from the museums designed to commemorate the "cradle of civilization," only one government building was protected by American troops: the petroleum ministry. In 2007, even as Iraq was disintegrating into sectarian violence, the Bush administration was carefully crafting legal documents --while the United States was still the occupying power--guaranteeing preferential access to the enormous profits expected from production of Iraq's vast oil reserves for ExxonMobil, Chevron, BP, and Shell.

         Critics like Greg Muttitt of the human rights and environmental group Platform, which monitors the oil industry, described the proposed law as a terrible deal for the Iraqis and regional citizens, who were totally cut out of the process. "The draft went to the US government and major oil companies in July <2006>," Muttitt said in January 2007, "and to the International Monetary Fund in September. Last month I met a group of twenty Iraqi MPs in Jordan, and asked them how many has seen the legislation. Only one had." ...

      human power indeed!

      are obama edwards dodd biden richardson and clinton taking chevron money? they cannot yet say " oil war " .

      " what everyone knows: the Iraq war is largely about oil " -- Alan Greenspan

      by carlos oaxaca on Mon Sep 24, 2007 at 11:35:45 AM PDT

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    •  Dennis spoke in Croatia 6/9/2002 (3+ / 0-)
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      The Dubrovnik Conference on the Alchemy of Peacebuilding
      June 4-11, 2002

      Sunday, June 9, 2002, 8:45 pm
      Special Keynote Address by
      U.S. Congressman, Dennis Kucinich (D-OH)

      "Spirit and Stardust"


      We need to remember where we came from; to know that we are one. To understand that we are of an undivided whole: race, color, nationality, creed, gender are beams of light, refracted through one great prism.... We become conscious of the cosmos within us. We hear the music of peace, we hear the music of cooperation, we hear music of love....

      Our leaders think the unthinkable and speak of the unspeakable inevitability of nuclear war; of a nuclear attack on New York City, of terrorist attacks throughout our nation; of war against Iraq using nuclear weapons; of biological and chemical weapon attacks on civilian populations; of catastrophic global climate change; of war in outer space. When death (not life) becomes inevitable, we are presented with an opportunity for great clarity, for a great awakening, to rescue the human spirit from the arms of Morpheus through love, through compassion and through integrating spiritual vision and active citizenship to restore peace to our world....

      As we aspire to universal brotherhood and sisterhood, we harken to the cry from the heart of the world and respond affirmatively to address through thought, word and deed conditions which give rise to conflict: Economic exploitation, empire building, political oppression, religious intolerance, poverty, disease, famine, homelessness, struggles over control of water, land, minerals, and oil. We realize that what affects anyone, anywhere affects everyone, everywhere. As we help others to heal, we heal ourselves. ...

      Metaphors be with you!

      " what everyone knows: the Iraq war is largely about oil " -- Alan Greenspan

      by carlos oaxaca on Mon Sep 24, 2007 at 11:50:14 AM PDT

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