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74 results for 'Lumiere'

Warfare Now Fought At Olympic Games Through Sportsmanship

By Lumiere, published on Nov 12, 2010

Imagine a world where every war or armed conflict is fought through two rival sports teams of each opposing country or region on an Olympic game field. The entry fee is $500 million in gold bars or sterling silver coins. The winner of the game claims their money and a prize of peaceful territorial control, until the next Olympic event when the losing team has an opportunity to compete again and reclaim what was lost. If the country or region of either team breaks the rules and ensues in any form of armed conflict, the gold is transferred to an established charity in a different country other... (more)

Tags: peace, war, veterans day, Meditation, lex lumiere, children of war, new reality transmission, visualization, olympic games, imagine

Working for Dirt Cheap, Life Without Federal Minimum Wage

By Lumiere, published on Oct 29, 2010

The unpaid college intern working in my office shared with me how she had just been hired by Bloomberg's CEO program and was placed on a monthly stipend for the length of the program, which lasts less than a year. Her concern was the hiring manager told her to apply for food stamps since her stipend would barely cover rent in New York City.

"Wow. A program created be a BILLIONAIRE cannot afford to pay a college graduate a decent living wage?"

I laughed so hard tears came to my eyes.

Party affiliation does not matter when corruption comes as a two sided political coin.... (more)

Tags: unions, lex lumiere, eliminating federal minimum wage, employment law, 7.25 hour, u3, dc37, teamsters, politicians salary

A Bi-Racial Perspective Of The N-Word

By Lumiere, published on Aug 27, 2010

After a trip to the grocery store with her father, my half African American and half Latin godchild came running into the living room in tears. She immediately crawled into my arms, and buried her head in my shoulder. I patted her back, "What's wrong sugar?" She sat up, rubbed her eyes and said, “A mean man pushed my daddy at the store, then he called him a Nickel." I looked over at her father with a puzzled look on my face. Her father reached out to console her by rubbing her back, "Daddy is alright baby, its ok. He called me a bad word but he didn't hurt me...I'm ok." She sat up with a frown... (more)

Tags: civil rights, racism, lex lumiere, the n-word, dr. laura schlessinger, stop racism

Skywalker's New Mission for the Rebel Alliance

By Lumiere, published on May 6, 2010

Luke's son Ben Skywalker continues dreaming of multiple figures cloaked in darkness destroying the planet earth, as he realizes trusted government officials have been infiltrated by the Naz, allies of the Sith, and have been working together to manipulate Constitutional law for years using deceptive interpretations of the Force, causing dramatic changes in the economy and in the quality of life of the citizens of the US. After the mortgage, automotive and banking collapse, Skywalker fears that our leaders are pursuing the same path that ultimately led to Anakin Skywalker's fall to the dark... (more)

Tags: racism, nazi, petition, kkk, arizona's sb 1070, immigration law, end racism, no racism in government, lex lumiere

Seeking Soul Mate

By Lumiere, published on Feb 4, 2010

SOUL MATE; (noun)

1) A person with whom one has a strong affinity. 2) One of two persons compatible with each other in disposition, point of view, or sensitivity.3) A person with whom you have an immediate connection the moment you meet -- a connection so strong that you are drawn to them in a way you have never experienced before. As this connection develops over time, you experience a love so deep, strong and complex, that you begin to doubt that you have ever truly loved anyone prior. Your soulmate understands and connects with you in every way and on every level, which brings a sense... (more)

Tags: love, relationships, connections, soul, valentines, soulmates, twin flames

Sentinels Song of Peace

By Lumiere, published on Nov 20, 2009

One Friday afternoon I was walking out of my building on the way to meet a friend for dinner. When I stepped outside, five young boys from my neighborhood were chasing after what appeared to be a bird. At first glance I could not tell what type of bird it was because it had flown down beneath the sidewalk to the alley where the recycle bins were below us. I watched as one of the boys clamored and tried to grasp the bird with his hand, but the bird flew back up over the sidewalk and darted across the street. The bird was suddenly hazed by a moving vehicle passing by and fell to the ground. The... (more)

Tags: peace, healing, thanksgiving, holiday, shopping, soldier

Half Father, Half Soldier

By Lumiere, published on Oct 7, 2009

If you walk past  Marble church at the corner of 29th and 5th avenue in New York City, you  cannot help but notice  the thousands of colorful- gold, blue and green ribbons hanging from the iron gates. These ribbons are symbolic prayers for peace and are significant because they each represent American service people and Iraqis who have lost their lives in the current war. When I stroll past these ribbons, I intentionally extend out my hand to touch the soft fabric, and plastic tags of the soldiers names.

Soldiers; fathers, sons, brothers, husbands, sisters, mothers, wives, daughters,Â... (more)

Tags: iraq, los angeles, new york, religion, police, obama

Blowing Up The Moon

By Lumiere, published on Oct 5, 2009

On a space quest for frozen icicles, NASA will finalize their LCROSS mission with Lunar "Impacts" (a.k.a. Bombings) in a crater near the moon’s south pole at approximately 4:30 a.m. PDT this Friday, October 9th, 2009. Here are a few things to take into consideration before we begin blowing up the moon:

Would someone explain how scientists find frozen water on a planet with no atmosphere, that has remained virtually unchanged for 4.5 billion years? Oh, it must be some sort of magic trick. Perhaps they are really looking for oil. Once the frozen water is "discovered," via "excavation" is... (more)

Tags: global warming, nasa, moon, buying land on the moon

A Call To Action, By Lee Iacocca

By Lumiere, published on Oct 1, 2009

Lee Iacocca rescued Chrysler Corporation from its death throes during the 1980's. He's now 82 years old and has a new book, 'Where Have All The Leaders Gone?'.Lee Iacocca Says: "Am I the only guy in this country who's fed up with what's happening? Where the hell is our outrage? We should be screaming bloody murder! We've got a gang of clueless bozos steering our ship of state right over a cliff, we've got corporate gangsters stealing us blind, and we can't even clean up after a hurricane much less build a hybrid car. But instead of getting mad, everyone sits around and nods their heads when... (more)

Tags: america, lee iacocca, where have all the leaders gone, outrage, corporate gangsters, hard questions, crisis, leadership, leaders, deficit, hurricane katrina, government leadership, mediocrity

Fighting Economic Terrorism & Compulsory Vaccination

By Lumiere, published on Sep 29, 2009

" In order that there be no misunderstanding about the serious charge which I bring against vaccination, as being now actually more dangerous to public health and human life than natural smallpox, and the equally serious charge which I make against vaccinating doctors-who now control our Departments of Health and Vital Statistics-of denying and concealing these facts from the people... " ~ Chas. M. Higgins Sept 17,1919

When you think of terrorism, you probably think of bombs, guns, violence, war and 911. The real question is what comes to mind when you think of Economic Terrorism... (more)

Tags: new york, healthcare, terrorism, california, obama

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