However you voted, I hope you will join me in praying for our newly elected officials. Let us see them letting go of the past and working together to create a nation that works for all.
Let us be led to hold them accountable to work for this good through our prayers, our letters, emails, articles, etc.
Yet, let us always come from the highest consciousness, seeing and giving thanks for the good we want, even before it manifests, as we treat all with love and respect.
On Election Eve I participated in a prayer vigil in Claremont aimed to hold the consciousness of unity in America after the election. There Muslims, Christians and Jews came together to hold the high watch for our country. I was moved by the solidarity I felt, despite differing political perspectives.
My heart goes out to those who felt their battles were lost last night with political offices and with legislation. However, I believe that as long as we hold each other in respect and work together, there is no real loss, for we need each other to climb the mountain we ascend of creating a world that works for all.
I celebrate with those who have taken on the mantel of responsibility for the next term and see them guided by the wisdom of Spirit in all things.
Rev. Jan Chase
Wed, November 7, 2012
by Rev. Jan Chase