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New Definition of American Citizenship

Sept. 6, 2017

Hi everyone,

I published this today on a new site I am developing: Barbara Lucas teaches.com.

In view of yesterday’s and today’s political developments, I thought this different way of defining an American citizen might be helpful. After all, if one reads the letters written by and other publications of  our Founding Fathers, it becomes obvious that they meant for American freedom to spread through out the globe and not be limited to one geographic area.

Please read and consider:

New Definition of American Citizenship

Sept. 6, 2017

Hi everyone,

This website is dedicated to explaining techniques for the healing of the self—you do the work instead of paying professionals to do it for you—of health, financial and career/work concerns.

I believe that anyone anywhere no matter geographic location, or what they or their ancestors did or didn’t do is an American citizen if they live by the standard of the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights of the American Constitution.

That amendment states:

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”

So. If you grant freedom of religion to yourself, your family, your geographic community and all others; if you grant freedom of speech, of the press, of peaceful assembly and petition to yourself, your family, your geographic community and to all others than you are an American.

For those interested in healing, ask:

  1. Do I practice freedom of speech? Do I speak what’s in my mind and my heart, or do I edit what I say?

2.  Am I constantly trying to win the approval of others instead of speaking my thoughts, my truth?

3. Do I know what my thoughts are? Do I know what my truth is?

4.  Do I support and encourage all others to practice and do the First Amendment?

5. Do I listen—really listen—to what others are saying?

6. Do I practice compassion and empathy?

7.  Do I try—really try—to understand how they came to the conclusions they’re stating?

Yes. I know. There are many, many situations and circumstances that would put your life and the lives of your family and community in great danger if you did this.

Ask yourself:

If it were safe, would I not only practice freedom of speech, of the press, of worship and the right to peaceful assembly and petition, would I, also, support and encourage all others to do likewise?

I urge everyone on my planet and in the multi-verses to begin today to practice being an American citizen, to practice living by the standard of the First Amendment even if the only safe place to do so is in the privacy of your own mind.

Start in your mind; you will be led to ways to practice being an American citizen openly, without fear, in safety and security.

And so it is.

Rev. Barbara

https://barbaralucasteaches.wordpress.com/

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email: bslucas@bellsouth.net

On most Sundays, find Barbara S Lucas at The Center for Spiritual Living West Georgia

 

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Mrs. David Stuart

Nov. 16, 2015

Hi Everyone,
Most of the time, power comes when we choose our self to be the one instead of waiting to be chosen, or waiting to be asked.

When Mrs. David Stuart, the wife of a farmer/steel worker in my growing-up, Appalachian farming community, found out about telephones and decided she wanted one, she went to the phone company.

Someone there told her she had to have a petition with 50 names on it, and then the phone company would string the wire and put in the poles so that she could have a phone.

Someone at the phone company wrote the petition for her. Like most people of that time and place, Mrs. Stuart barely had a sixth grade education.

She came home, and the next day after the men folk went to work, she walked from house to house—there were no two-car families in those days— and got the wives to sign her petition.

No one dared say, “I have to wait and ask permission from my husband.” No woman refused to sign.

Mrs. Stuart got her fifty names and her telephone. When the men folk protested, the phone company only said that fifty people requested phone service, so, of course, they had to give it to them. Done deal. End of story.

Mrs. Stuart did not wait for someone to choose her, to appoint her, to get telephone service to her community. She chose herself.

We can do the same. We can choose our self to be the one to bring newness, or to change a situation or circumstance.

And, we can do this with the help of Mother/Father God and the angels.

Angels of All of Us
Angels of all of us,
We are grateful that we know that knowing is more powerful than believing.

We know that Mother/Father God and you angels are with us 24/7, in the rain and in the sunlight. We are never alone and we are never without ideas, information, energy, support, nurturance and protection.

For this, we give thanks.

We see what has to be done; we choose our self to be the doer knowing that all is and will be well.

We give thanks for all our accomplishments and for your support.
And so it is.
Peace,
Barbara
Barbara S Lucas, PhD
BarbaraSLucas.com and Ask the Angels Coaching

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