Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Always About All

Doctor Masaru Emoto's Daily Prayers

March 31, 2011 The word of the prayer,
“The water of Fukushima Nuclear Plant, we are sorry to make you suffer. please forgive us. We thank you, and we love you.”
April 1, 2011 The word of the prayer,
“To the water facing towards Fukushima Nuclear Plant, we are sorry. please forgive us. We thank you, and we love you.”
April 2, 2011 The word of the prayer,
"To all the souls of the victims from the disaster in eastern Japan, We are sorry, Please forgive us, We thank you, And we love you."
April 3, 2011 The word of prayer,
"The radiation leakage problem of Fukushima Nuclear Plant has been solved. To officers of US military forces, Japanese Self-Defense, police officers, fire fighters, and all the staff, we thank you very much. To their beloved families, we are sorry, Please forgive us, We thank you, And We love you."
April 4, 2011 The word of the prayer,
"To the deity of water, dragon deity, that is deep in off the coast of eastern Japan area, We are sorry, Please forgive us, We thank you,
And we love you.
April 5, 2011 The word of the prayer,
To all people on the earth, we are water. Let’s become one by offering love and gratitude to water. Water is what connects everything. (To yourself) "I’m sorry, Please forgive me, I thank you,
And I love you."
April 6, 2001 The word of the prayer,
Presently water and oil can’t be mixed. However, I trust that they will be mixed with each other when we offer love and gratitude to water and oil. Let’s offer thoughts of love and gratitude to oil in the ground of the world. "To oil-san, we are sorry, Please forgive us, We thank you,
And we love you.

2 comments:

  1. nader paul kucinich gravel mckinneyApril 6, 2011 at 2:35 PM

    cancer from the water you drink
    cancer from the air you breathe
    cancer from the food you eat
    Multinational Corporations
    corrupt controlled media
    corrupt controlled FDA
    corrupt controlled EPA

    Internal Emitters...

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  2. Cognitive dissonance takes the easy way out by singling the symptom out from the cause - a path of least resistance.
    Therefore the solution is temporal at best when dealing with a symptom.
    The symptom is the easiest to isolate and deal with in the box;
    the cause requires retrospection which is a conscientious effort in objectivity working outside the box.

    Is objectivity worth it or is the Fox's final solution in Aesop's fable more acceptable?

    With Love in Peace

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