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Seeds, prayers, dawa, and Chopra

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What is unfolding here may be the most extreme example of the confrontation underway across Libya, underscoring just how deeply the fundamentalists have sown their seeds in the security vacuum that has defined Libya since the fall of Moammar Gaddafi last September.

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“seeds”; xref: “Point out instead – the universe is always bringing to us a stream of results and rewards which stem from our wishes and wants.

{Pray to God for what you think you need, and you will find what God knows you need}

{{“I, and who else who are part of what prayer…” Prayer is an unfolding [There you go. Have a good weekend]. The word ‘ray’ is in the word ‘pray’, p.ray [door. door]. Ray is a line with direction. Rays are found in Geometry. Rays are vectors. When who uses matrix algebra to solve a problem who is making a prayer. [Yea. Yup. Something after …]
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Wishes and wants are like seeds and {who, or why, or when, or where that result – } the things that happen to us, are the sprouting of those seeds.

When we try to make it to a prayer line, we are actually trying to line up with the geometry of events unfolding: Prayer lines are more than social gatherings. The time of prayer is defined by a ratio of light and dark which results in a certain length shadow (a proof what is solid) [cough] . We feel there are five unique moods [thun] of shadow length during the day, and we feel it is reasonable to test the growth of our seeds of thought and hope and desire in the context of these five different moods each day so we develop realistic expectations. Karl Marx wrote, “Hunt in the morning, fish in the afternoon, and philosophize at night,” Our prayer has at least all three of these aspects in it., and thus we find the pause and say of pray and the hunt and fish and gather and keep your cover, if you can or want to, and get a receipt of prey in the context of all five moods – as if we got five days in one. Karl Marx would be proud. [door]
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Some seeds take a long time to sprout – a child inspired to play the piano can be planting a seed that grows for a life time.

Formal prayer continues to grow your entire life and across generations making “more perfect” our comprehension of the root directory of all creation.

Dawa prayer, for particular people, places and things – spoken from the heart with any words you feel are the right ones to express your hopes is a more unique and sometimes more temporary prayer for a particular need, interest or problem. But it can also be for a particular person, place or thing, and it comes back each time you make Dawa for whom or where… or when …bu
All of us are working on both big and small desires. Not all of these can come true at once. Each desire has it’s own season, it’s own way of coming true.”

The seven spiritual laws for parents; Chopra, Deepak, Harmony Books, 1997 – with WLH / haji MAO editing updates

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Say, “Response inventory deficit disorder” not “terrorist” or “terrorism” Speak in requested remedies, not simply complaints. Screen Shot 2012 – 10 – 25 at 7.29.38 PM

Say, "Response inventory deficit disorder" not "terrorist" or "terrorism" Speak in requested remedies, not simply complaints. Screen Shot 2012-10-25 at 7.29.38 PM

Say, “Response inventory deficit disorder” not “terrorist” or “terrorism” Speak in requested remedies, not simply complaints. Screen Shot 2012-10-25 at 7.29.38 PM

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Come. Passion.

#93 of 96: William Hale (hinging0) Tue 16 Oct 2012 (05:35 AM)

Compassion for Pakistan

Amna Buttar is a human rights activist who left her career as a doctor
in the United States to work with Benazir Bhutto in Pakistan. Until
recently, she was a member of parliament. She is on Twitter.

OCTOBER 15, 2012

We need to change the lens through which we view Pakistan from one of
conflict to one of compassion.

Growing up in Pakistan, I never imagined, even in my wildest dreams,
that there would be a time when girls would get shot for going to
school. Welcome to the Pakistan that has been hijacked by organized
criminals, the Taliban. They call themselves promoters of Islam. But
they know nothing about Islam. If they were really familiar with this
belief system, they would remember that the first word of revelation in
the Quran is “Iqra” (read), and would therefore refrain from bombing
girls’ schools.

The women and children of Pakistan don’t need special envoys, drones,
or even foreign aid. They need our sympathy and attention.
Pakistanis are exhausted with the barbarism in one form or other that
continues to escalate in every passing moment. Youth like Mallala are
getting globally isolated every day. Their dreams and actions
contribute to a pressure cooker of hope, but they have nowhere to go.

We need to keep our attention fixed on the women and children of
Pakistan. They don’t need special envoys, drones, or even foreign aid.
What they need is for ordinary citizens of the world to see them
through a new lens. What Pakistanis need is compassion. Ordinary
citizens of the world have to make Malala and others feel their
sympathy for them.

They can do this through reaching out via social media to keep the
conversation going, which will help keep girls like Malala on the map,
and revered and honored by the Pakistani government and civil society.
Positive messages of hope and love really do help. This kind of
support, constantly streaming through the social media world, should
ideally be an ongoing effort and not stop with the news cycle.

Once Pakistan feels the world’s support and sympathy, Malala and her
peers could become even more emboldened to exert themselves and push
for reform, instead of spending their time dodging the bullets of angry

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Topics: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Terrorism, taliban, women

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Be sure to write (right) while you read (re-add) so we know if it double checks; xref: “What does it say? What should it say?”

If they were really familiar with this belief system, they would remember that the first word of revelation in the Quran is “Iqra” (read), and would therefore refrain from bombing girls’ schools.

Perfect example. Now what does the word ‘read’ mean? You can ‘read’ body language, you can read tracks on a trail. You can read alpha-numeric symbols, you can read the signs of the weather, you can read an expression. To the degree who thinks who has proven whose case simply by citing the word ‘read’ and referring it ONLY to an alpha-numeric context underlines the fear of the Taleban that who wants to separate their children from the wider lexicon of ‘reading’ and make them dependent upon who will eventually steal their land and resources as per US CIA director DHP testimony before the US House of Representatives Armed Services Commitee where you, DHP, offered the trillion dollars worth of resources in Afghanistan as an incentive for the US Congress to keep funding your loosing efforts.
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Note current microsoft ad now is using whose logic, “What does it say? What should it say?” by adapting it to a name tag and crossing out the ‘is’ and inserting ‘should be’ re: “My name is…” and then it adds job categories. Another perfect example of what Taleban and many fear – the pyramid builders stealing whose children and making their identity be to serve them rather than continue up the chain of command THROUGH them to and and from the one God, the one, 100% independence, who or why, can stand alone, or stand with any.

Be sure to write (right) while you read (re-add) so we know if it double checks; xref: “What does it say? What should it say?”

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Ties that bind

Ads Attack Even Flimsy Wall Street Ties

‘Ties’; xref: ‘suits’; xref: paper work people, financiers, etc.; xref: who else’s prior use of the word ‘tie’ subsequent to 2012:10:03:12:00:195* upgrade and recapitulation of annual Islamic Prayer & Film Festival & Tour idea originally formulated in response to iPad dinner reading about “Innocence of Muslims” {xref: “No room in the Inn”} and posted to the WaPo comments in response to you, Rabbi Benyamin [ignition] [[door]] Net&Yaoo
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Ties that bind

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FJP sets 100 recommendations as threshold…

Katatni First Nominee to Contest Freedom and Justice Party Chairman Elections
Saad Katatni, FJP secretary-general and speaker of the now-dissolved People’s Assembly (lower house of Egyptian parliament), is the first candidate to collect nomination documents for the party leadership elections.
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Dr. Mohamed Saad Katatni, Secretary-General of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), collected on Monday the nomination form and documents as the first FJP member to apply for the party’s chairman post elections, to replace Mohamed Morsi, who resigned the position following his presidential election victory.

The committee overseeing the FJP leadership elections began its work at 11 am on Monday, in the presence of Dr. Mohamed Abdul-Ghani, the committee’s secretary, and committee members Azab Mustafa and Karem Radwan.

The FJP internal regulations stipulate that to run for the party chairmanship, a candidate must have 100 recommendations from members of the party’s General Assembly.

tags: Katatni / FJP / Morsi / Presidential Election / Freedom and Justice Party
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Prayer and films vs. “Psychological warfare”

Iran’s President Ties Drop in Currency to U.S.-Led Sanctions
TEHRAN — After a 40 percent fall in the value of Iran’s currency, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said his country was facing a “psychological war” waged by the United States.

Prayer and films vs. “Psychological warfare”

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Perfect suggest a European Tour to raise funds and organize whose
first Annual Islamic Prayer & Film Festival, Benjamin Net & Yahoo/..

#183 of 184: William Hale (hinging0) Tue 02 Oct 2012 (02:04 PM)


volley2.ind 176: 2012-09-25 TUES 12:58:120*
#184 of 184: William Hale (hinging0) Tue 02 Oct 2012 (02:07 PM)

Focus of Israel’s Iran Policy Appears to Shift to Sanctions
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu plans to travel to Europe before the
end of the year to press for tougher sanctions on Tehran, Israeli
officials said on Tuesday.
Iran President Ties Currency Drop to Sanctions 1:37 PM ET


bird hits window; xref; summit finding of bird…

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“Kill or capture” exegesis continues

“Kill or capture” exegesis continues

U.S. Said to Be Preparing Potential Targets Tied to Libya Attack
Published: October 2, 2012 12 Comments

WASHINGTON — The American military’s top-secret Joint Special Operations Command is preparing detailed information that could be used to kill or capture some of the militants suspected in the attack last month in Libya that killed Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other Americans, senior military and counterterrorism officials said on Tuesday.

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Preparing the “target packages” is the first step in a process that the Pentagon and Central Intelligence Agency are taking in preparation for, and in advance of, any orders from President Obama and his top civilian and military advisers to carry out action against those determined complicit in the attack on the United States Mission in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi.

Mr. Obama, whose administration has faced criticism from both Republicans and Democrats over a possible intelligence failure before the Benghazi attack, has vowed that he would bring the killers of Mr. Stevens and the three other Americans to justice, but he and his top advisers have not indicated how that might happen.

Mr. Obama has a range of options available — including drone strikes, Special Operations raids like the one that killed Osama bin Laden; and joint missions with the Libyan authorities — but all carry substantial political, diplomatic and physical risks. Administration officials say no decisions have been made on any potential targets.

The Joint Special Operations Command, which includes the Navy SEAL team that killed Bin Laden, works continuously with the C.I.A. to update several lists of potential terrorist targets around the world.

Since the attack on the diplomatic mission and a nearby annex in Benghazi on the night of Sept. 11, American officials say that Special Operations planners have sharply increased their efforts to track the location and gather information on several members of Ansar al-Shariah as well as other militants with ties to Al Qaeda’s arm in North Africa — Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb — that American officials believe were involved in planning and carrying out the attack there.

It remained unclear precisely how many of the “target packages” are being prepared — perhaps a dozen or more — but military and counterterrorism officials said that the Libyan authorities had identified several suspected assailants based on witness accounts, video and other photographs from the scene.

Suspects are supposed to have a court ordered warrant issued for their arrest, and the warrant is supposed to be made public so the suspect can surrender and use the full force of constitutional law to protect him, or her, self; xref: “surrender, capture, or kill,” {Capture with lethal force if necessary}
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Second question


Dear ES:

Were any US Marines guarding the Libyan embassy at the time of the attack? Why not? Were they not sent to the scene after the fact?

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