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Response To Wall Street Journal Article on Calif’s Proposition 8

The following was published by Steve Pohlit. I am excited and grateful  he is helping take the consciousness of Life Rights to an international audience.

Abundant Blessings,
Temple 

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The Wall Street Journal printed the following story on October 20th:

In part …Proposition 8, defining marriage as between a man and a woman, was put on the ballot for November. Initial polling showed that a majority of Californians were likely to vote against Proposition 8. A Sept. 18 poll by the San Francisco-based Field Poll found the measure losing 55% to 38% among likely voters. But now the measure is favored 48% to 45% among likely voters questioned in an Oct. 17 poll by Survey USA of Verona, N.J.

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The right of all life to live their intentions in freedom and peace is the mantra of Life Rights.  Issues such as Proposition 8 or Amendment 2 in Florida just by becoming a political issue are opportunities for us to be focused on our own energy that we have within and consequently send out.  It may be helpful to remember that when we judge other we are judging ourselves as we are one.  

My response to the Wall Street was sent with the intention of touching people with the energy of freedom and peace.  Here is what was published in the comment section to the article:

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Propositions like Propositon 8 are likely not about the issue promoted. They seem to be in response to something that is feared. Could it be the people promoting these proposed laws fear losing liberty and freedom ?

Respecting the right to live in freedom and peace is a consciousness that results in respect, and acceptance. Allowing others to live in peace even when their beliefs are not in alignment with our own is, in fact, living in freedom in peace. When we respect the views and lives of others it is not possible to violate the right of another to live in freedom and peace.

Why is it that people are choosing to not get that? What do we fear? Is it possible we fear the loss of exactly that which we say they are fighting to protect? Could we fear the loss of living our intentions in freedom and peace? Could it be that by fighting we are actually creating the opposite of freedom and peace?

Steve Pohlit, Executive Director
Life Rights
http://liferights.org

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If you feel the consciousness of Life Rights is you, then begin by considering the following:

Step 1. Please register at www.LifeRights.org

Step 2. Join the Life Rights group at www.Facebook.com The group’s address is http://groups.to/liferights If you are not familiar with Facebook a great way to start is to activate a profile (all free). One you have an active account, search on Temple Hayes and add me as a friend. Steve Pohlit,  will also welcome you as a friend. You will soon find you have a growing list of wonderful like-minded friends.

Step 3. You may feel you would like to help a child or possibly an entire classroom. My book The Right To Be You which is found at www.therighttobeyou.com helps all and especially children understand they have the right to live in freedom and peace. It helps all understand we are intended to become our individual pure potentiality.

I appreciate you! I am grateful for you! I appreciate your interest in Life Rights and send you the energy of Love and Abundant Blessings.

Temple Hayes.

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