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Attending an Obama party in Maui, Hawaii WOW January 21, 2009

Posted by Carole Lynne in Carole Lynne Travel.
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Regardless of who you voted for, you have to agree that we made history today as Obama was sworn in as President of the United States.  I had the great fortune of attending a party on the evening of inauguration day in honor of Obama. He was born and raised in Hawaii, and WOW the people in Hawaii are so excited and so proud!  It has been many years since I have seen the enthusiasm that I saw in the group that I was with tonight. So many people were talking about what they might do to help the world: how they want to get involved in volunteer work and make a difference.  The positive energy was almost overpowering.  I feel grateful to be on one of the Hawaiian islands at this great moment in history.

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If you were to drive around Maui early in the morning of inauguration day, you would have seen lights going on in many houses between two and four in the morning. Because all of Hawaii is five hours behind the east coast, many rose very early in order to watch the entire inauguration and parade on television.  A woman who was was at the party I attended in the evening said how amazing it was to drive across the island and see so many lights going on, and see how many houses had multiple cars parked in front as people gathered to enjoy sitting in front of the TV together in the wee hours of the morning.

It was a great day: a day we can be proud of as Americans.  I emailed friends in both England and India, and all of them had taken time out of their lives to watch the inaguration.  They were excited and hopeful.

Hope feels wonderful.      p1200092-carole-2-cropped

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Psychic Medium Carole Lynne

www.carole lynne.com

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1. mary - January 22, 2009

Yeah Wow! Congratulations. The energy that surrounds us all now – at least those of us looking forward to change – is electric!

I beleive Obama is who he says he is….. and I pray that our other elected officials will rise to the challenges… to revitalize our Democracy and civil rights, exercise control over the too powerful and carry hope forward.

The economy? We all need a “check” on our lives..we were out of consumptive control – we will all benefit from moderation!

Again – so very very cool!

2. Ron M. - January 22, 2009

Hope is by far a wonderful gift. I recently was involved in a conversation where someone said to me that the whole energy of the atmosphere has changed. Whether one considers it silly or not, it is interesting to note that with all of the positive thoughts and exchanges that are going on between people that there is a corresponding change in the way people are perceiving the energy around them.

Hope causes us to move forward in our lives. With hope we absolutely feel that we have a better than average chance at changing our situation by pushing ourselves forward and toward change. Change is inevitable. When we are changing, we are constantly boosting the potential that we have as human beings to affect our environment, our world, the people around us. This is a legacy we leave to those that stay behind when we make our transition. It is lasting, even many, many years after one passes to spirit. Hope has dawned again on America as a new voice is being heard, as new ideas are being implemented to get us back on track in this country and in the world.

Whatever we felt about the now former administration, we cannot deny what we see in our lives. It is unwise to think that the actions of one individual are responsible for all that we are currently experiencing, but it is also reasonable to feel that one person can make a difference. It is that difference that I feel we are experiencing at the onset of the new administration.

3. mary - January 23, 2009

Ron – brilliant – thanks!


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