Refugees Arrive in Germany

This prediction is happening, and the oppressor is Hungary’s leadership, where is your compassion! Meanwhile open arms and jubilation from the German country.

Notes on 8-10-15   I had a visual of hands reaching out, joining forces, uniting. “The oppressed minority will join forces, rally around each other, stand for each other against the oppressor.”

Eric’s Comments:  Part of the vision showed some of the people coming out of the ground, which implies that the support will come from unexpected locations, buried, untapped. It was good to see, a triumph among the normal horror I am a use to witnessing, it wouldn’t last long, as another vision followed.

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16 thoughts on “Refugees Arrive in Germany

  1. Lovely scenes today. I saw some footage of families arriving in Germany, and local people were handing candies to the children. A small gesture, but one that lifted my heart to see. I’m reminded of the Shakespeare quote ‘How far that little candle throws its beams! And so shines a good deed in a weary world’ (something like that!) We should try and keep these bright moments burning in our hearts for when the bad events materialise.

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  2. Eriic, Donna will join you in keeping this flame of pure light burning in my heart and hoe bright is it shining in the hearts if Germany today..so much can be said about this milestone in Love and compassion..This morning for myself has been filled with tears of joy with spirit …This has a much broader spiritual upliftment than appears obvioys…

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  3. You all might consider this compassion or some aspect of human greatness but think for a split second of how the citizens of these countries must feel to know that they are being invaded my muslims, many of whom are diseased and violent. Think for a second about how these hordes are going to tax already strained resources and how they will demand more than they can ever repay…or ever intend to repay.

    Eric, the arrival of muslims into Europe spells nothing but doom and the specter of the islamification of Europe and I’m interested in seeing what your predictions will be when Europe falls under the domination of islam, catered, whether you care to believe it or not, by many of these illegal immigrants.

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    • We are all citizens of the world and as such should care for each other. I don’t understand your comment that this is an invasion, as the governments of the countries involved have invited them in. The German Chancellor has assured that it will not affect the economy in a negative way. When I was young refugees came to Britain from Uganda and from Vietnam. They settled in the country, many established businesses and have made a valuable contribution to our economy. They and their children are doctors, nurses, lawyers, carers – they contribute plenty. The people coming from Syria now are not illegal immigrants – people cannot be illegal, they are people fleeing terrible situations. To suggest that they are diseased and violent is the sort of negative appraisal that makes the world a place of deep despair. As Rhona says, compassion is a powerful tool.

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  4. jack as your logic is stateing through a fundamentle attributional expectation of the outcome of accepting these refugees that our joy turns to sorrowwill in its self be a reflection of fear …cimpassion is a powerful tool and its growing…of course it may not be rosey and full of fluff but life was never meant to be easy ine if our ausralian prime ministers said in the 80s…how hard does it have to get for some ..who said this was a picnic we are all aware there are possible consequences…change at this level is unknown and scary..but im edging my bets on along arduous journey for this planett to succeed in humanness no matter how long and winding that road is ..we non of us were born under a bushell ..reality is always present

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    • Rhona, I’m with you! Our jobs here involve how we deal with all this in an humane manner. Our spirituality is crucial in that. Just because a new group of people show up in our presence, doesn’t mean we think our lives will be “happily ever after.” Because of differences, there will be learning in another direction for us to handle. Of course, there will be challenges. Are people ready? How positive can we make this? I think greeting folks the way they did in Europe, with the idea in mind of the Golden Rule is a beginning. We all have a higher power to answer to. Just my take.

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      • swampy11 yes and children learn by example …watching the releifbetter on the faces of these people it was tangibleand it gave me the thought that even if there are those that will have undesirable motives the majority want a better life from what i have gleened with an open objective mind is they have seen and experienced enough to desire peace in their lives

  5. Such a wonderful act of kindness that the refugees are receiving i hope and pray that the light and love spreads like a wildlife

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