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Robert F. Kennedy: What Do We Do Now?

Updated: Jun 11, 2020

Robert F. Kennedy standing on the back of a pick up truck in Indianapolis announcing the death of Martin Luther King Jr. Then and now his words ring true. See video RoberKennet F dy Announcing The Death Of Martin Luther King Senator Kennedy was assasinated 63 days after giving this speech.

Ann: Senator Kennedy, I understand from Anita* that you have something to say here.

Senator Kennedy: I do. I feel the heartbreak from the unrepentant murder of George Floyd. We have been here before too many times, and the flood of these tragedies makes the heart pause and the soul weep. Even from this distance I am carried back to the bitter loss of my brother and Dr. King. By now, we think, surely we can do better. By now, surely the worth of one human being should be recognized as equal to any other. By now, we should not have to tell another child his father or his mother is dead just because someone did not like the color of their skin. And yet it goes on, and on, and on and on, seemingly without end.

But there is more here than meets the eye. Though loss is piled upon loss, there is an unseen current lifting, flowing, rising on the tide of tears shed by the people of this land. It is is an upward spiral carried on the backs of each heartbreak by unseen angels. It is coming.

I do not ask you for patience, I do not ask you to sit by and hope that all will turn out in the end because surely this time, this time, there has been enough suffering and death. Instead, I ask you to lay down your lives as George did, as so many of us have done, not in anger, not in revenge but in love for the sacred truth of our common identity, human and divine, saint and sinner, each deserving kindness, tolerance, and respect for the sometimes terrible, sometimes joyful journey that is human life.

Do not strike out, do not retaliate, but go to war nevertheless. This is a war we will win if we do not give way to despair or exhaustion. Nothing is more important than establishing on this planet the kingdom of love that God has given to all of his children if we will just accept it.

I can tell you that we have come a long way, - though that may be hard to remember - that we may have to endure another trough of killings, hatred, and blame as we have so many times before. But if we we are steadfast, if we persevere, there will be real change.

It may not come as fast as we would like, but, as long as we do not look away from the horrors perpetrated by those who try to co-opt this magnificent creation for the privileged few, we will prevail. Light will shine in every dark corner, and no one will be able to hide. Some may come with us and they will be welcome. We need not exact vengeance, for there is no worse fate than to live separated from God in a hell of our own choosing.

Keep your eyes looking forward, take no notice of any distraction or outrageous stunt meant to derail and splinter the force of God’s great column of light. It is that light that will cleanse the great stain from this country.

The time is right now to begin to build a new order on the backs of those who came before, not just Martin, Abe, and John, but the many not-so-ordinary mortals who were sacrificed on altars of ego and greed. It is in their names that we move forward, holding hands with angels as we reinvigorate and re-imagine this land and this planet as they were meant to be.

June 4, 2020

*Anita Sacco. See "Recommended Channelers" under "Resources" tab.

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All blog entries are works of the imagination and are for spiritual and entertainment purposes only.

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