*Part of President Obama`s speach in Cairo

Every once and a while our earth is graced by the footsteps of a great human being walking it, attempting to guide us to the light.

I am not one for Politics,merely because the people involved are normally acting under false pretext of care and concern for no matter which ”people”.But finally out of nowhere,and definitely at a huge moment of need and despair,appears a man,President Barack Obama, who,to my humble opinion is acting upon pure and honest belief that there is a respectful place for us ALL on this earth,living side by side,peacefully in honor and respect,and in doing so ALL of us can only gain fruits of peace and prosperity.

Is it atlast time for us to let go of the disregarding;banning and harming of the “other”?Can we all finally realise that accepting ”the other” will NOT threaten our own existence?Are we able to face the simple fact that what we ARE doing to others IS  being done to us? Is it time to break this vicious cycle?

It is only when we respect the “other” that we can dignify our own existence and expect the same respect towards ourselves.

I feel honored to live in an era in which this man has spoken,and I am full of hope that we have the courage to open our eyes,hearts and minds to words of wisdom,and not miss this opportunity,because WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER!


10 Responses to “Hope”

  1. Mia, I enjoyed reading your post. Unfortunately, whenever a good and honest politician (which is a rare event) appears, there is always some people out there who try destroy him. I wish more people were concerned more about peace rather than greed.


    • kahliyalogue Says:

      Thank you Nihal!
      Funny enough,humankind finds it much easier to hang on to scepticsm and negativity,than to open the door to actual light coming their way..
      Unfortunately,all throughout history,messengers of light have had to face much antagonism and it is only the brave and the bold who have managed to resist and come through delivering their message and initiating change.It is not an easy affair,but one essential enough to hold on to.
      Let`s hope that this ”messenger” is strong enough to pull through,and that those in favor will do ALL they can to support,to enable a TRUE opportunity that will benefit ALL OF US!


  2. Ah Obama est venu il y a quelque temps chez nous à Srasbourg…j’aime beaucoup cet homme qui a un charisme très fort et son épouse est délicieuse..Un couple simple…


    • kahliyalogue Says:

      Merci Eleonora!

      En esperant qu`il nous aidera a rapporter l`amour entre les peuples et a lacher la haine..! 🙂


  3. Well said, Mia. We really are all in this together. And I couldn’t agree more about Obama– he seems so much above the petty politics one usually sees.


  4. kahliyalogue Says:

    Thank you Vaishali!
    Yes..Let`s hope he`ll be given the chance to do his thing..without too much antagonism..


  5. Let’s hope, as you have titled your post. Hope is a good thing.


    • kahliyalogue Says:

      Yes.Hope keeps an open window to opportunities of positive changes,but it is not enough in itself.I believe that every single voice awakens awareness in others and contributes to the evolvement of transformation in reality.


  6. Of course, hope alone is never enough. These are really deep issues; I wish we could discuss it in person 🙂


  7. kahliyalogue Says:

    But we can! 🙂


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