Benediction of Billionaires: T-r-a-n-s-f-o-r-m-a-t-i-o-n HO!

Shift of consciousness?!  Don’t doubt the Universe!

Thank you to the…what? The bevy of billionaires?

Bunch of…?  Broadcast of…? Brokerage of…?

Benediction?  Yes, that’s the one I choose.  A Benediction of Billionaires.

Benediction:  “The act of doing good; especially by giving a donation to charity.  The donation or help given.”  –  Collins English Dictionary

Imagine the Universe having the power to coax that many very wealthy souls to meld together and form an idea that will transform hearts, minds and lives.  As long as it is done with Grace.

Oh, it won’t muzzle the nay sayers.  The negative folk will be very busy finding a thread to pick at so that this incredible betrothal will appear diminished.  But no matter how much one melts down gold and no matter its new form, it’s still G-O-L-D with its value tucked securely in each gram.  Or ounce – for my Southern friends.

So go gently into that good night, kind souls, and use the Wisdom of the Ages to be your Guide.

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13 thoughts on “Benediction of Billionaires: T-r-a-n-s-f-o-r-m-a-t-i-o-n HO!

    • Won’t this be an interesting process, Nance? Thank goodness Billionaires are used to lots of scat around all they do! I’m going to say my prayers for each and every one of them. Considering how some of them rail against publicity, this is phenomenal. Funny, I feel very ‘protective’ towards them. – Amy

  1. I’m going to link this up with my post.

    BTW: You’re right about the naysayers . . .

    They’re always on the alert, ready to blow out any candles of optimism that appear. : )

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  3. Thanks so much for spreading the word about this, Amy, as well as Nancy! Wow, it’s uplifting, also to read some of these philanthropists’ letters, so reminiscent of the message in Napoleon Hill’s ‘Think and Grow Rich’. Talk about leadership 🙂

  4. So true. . I often think that our age, is unique because so many abundant people, are turning to spirituality. Unlike in older times when the monastic way and the material did not merge. Transformation, indeed 🙂

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