Birthright – Blog No. 59

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As a citizen of planet Earth you have a birthright. Human rights, too. You should value both. They afford you a status loftier than a rock, for example. Your birthright is involved with your karma. If you do not believe in karma, that is perhaps foolish. Karma is an energy. A living force. It resonates at the same frequency that you do, hence your karma is always able to locate you.

Birthright – as a title – should include the following words in its explanation: safety, love, truth, understanding, choice. These are needs. I am not sure enough people on this planet have access to all of the above when they are born. Today’s birthright seems confused between wants and needs. A birthright is about needs. Only.

A person’s birthright makes itself manifest in a fairly forthright manner. It is the measure of your life thus far. What you have been doing since the day you were born is what determines your reward in the form of your birthright. If you are familiar with yourself, you will know who you are the minute you open your eyes. If you aren’t, you won’t.

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  1. They use deceptive practice to steal the birthright from Esau. This is stealing and against one of the ten commandments in the laws on Moses. And look how Esau does not seek revenge against his little brother, and look how Esau is blessed and how he spreads goodwill. Raise the Flag: Lean Thy Arms is a book with six stories and when a bully tries to take this author down, a principal who is a WW2 vet comes to bat and nails a home run with a after school lesson, so pay attention when you read those stories.

  2. They used deceptive practice to steal the birthright from Esau. And look how Esau does not seek revenge against his little brother, and look how Esau is blessed and how he spreads goodwill. Raise the Flag: Lean Thy Arms is a book with six stories and when a bully tries to take this author down, a principal who is a WW2 vet comes to bat and nails a home run with a after school lesson, so pay attention when you read those stories.

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