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The following article covers a topic that has recently moved to center stage–at least it seems that way. If you’ve been thinking you need to know more about unconditional love, here’s your opportunity.

When darkness turns to day, the sun moves over the horizon and touches everything in sight. This movement across the landscape brightens everything. Such an illumination awakens us all. We rise with energy moving in and through us allowing us to create a new day. A day unique from all the rest and creatively woven into our soul.  This is the landscape of our soul. As you can see, nature has a way of showing us just how powerful we are. The same power that created the moon and the stars and the movement of all space and time lies within the human heart. It is the heart of creation itself, and perhaps, the heart of our Creator.

Human beings are fortunate to be able to be aware of our awareness. This awareness gives us an opportunity to reflect on our soul and find blessing in being alive. Our consciousness of a creative force inside us guiding us into this world, through it, and eventually to our eternal home allows us to fulfill a purpose on this earth.  Such a purpose is beyond our own ability to really know. Yet, we can open our heart enough to allow our purpose to find us. This is done by recognizing that the things in life that really matter ARE the things in life that isn’t matter.  Yes, it is our soul’s longing to fulfill the purpose for which we came to earth for. No one really knows how a baby is conceived totally. Science and human understanding still hasn’t been able to fully comprehend such a force of nature. We can only embrace what is beyond us and find a way to bring into being forces of nature such as a tiny child.  When a child is born, we are in awe. The miracle of birth creates something inside us all. It is the remembrance that life does not come from us. Instead, life comes through us. As such, we are living in a dream come true. All of us are probably living our soul’s purpose more than we know, and even, can know. It is the mystery of all mysteries.

This does not explain why some of us find peace and other’s find pain. But, such a philosophy will enable us all to find grace in knowing our lives create in our world facets of ourselves we all are a part of. An understanding of such grace gives every one of us a chance to find mercy and grace and the same unconditional love we came into the world with when we were born.

Samuel Oliver, author of, “What the Dying Teach Us: Lessons on Living”

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Thelma Klein

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The dollar, which has gained 15% against the currencies of the United States’ main trading partners over the past year, also makes its imports cheaper and exports less competitive. The trade deficit with the European Union is at an all time high, with exports to the bloc down 2.3% in June while imports were up 4%. The deficit with China also increased by 3.3% in June to $31.5bn. Industrial disputes at West Coast ports earlier in the year pushed the monthly deficit to a three-year high of $50.6bn in March.

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Laura Rosner, an economist at BNP Paribas said: “Exports remain far below trend and we have yet to see a decisive rebound following the resolution of the West Coast port strike.” Figures last week showed that the US economy grew at an annualised pace of 2.3% in the three months to June, and also upgraded the growth estimate for the first quarter.

However, a survey of private sector job creation, released on Wednesday, fell short of forecasts. car workers

Employment figures fell short of expectations Private employers hired 185,000 more workers in July, according to the ADP National Employment Report, below analysts’ expectations of about 215,000. The report also revised June’s number down by 8,000 to 229,000. The more comprehensive government jobs survey – the non-farm payroll report – is due out on Friday. A Reuters survey of economists estimated that it will show that about 223,000 jobs were added to the US economy in July, the same as in June.

The gap between US exports and imports increased to $43.8bn, up from May’s revised deficit of $40.9bn. Analysts had been expecting a deficit of $42.8bn. Record imports of food and cars meant total imports rose 1.2% to $232.4bn. Exports fell for the second month in a row, down 0.1% to $188.6bn, as global demand weakened.

The dollar, which has gained 15% against the currencies of the United States’ main trading partners over the past year, also makes its imports cheaper and exports less competitive. The trade deficit with the European Union is at an all time high, with exports to the bloc down 2.3% in June while imports were up 4%. The deficit with China also increased by 3.3% in June to $31.5bn. Industrial disputes at West Coast ports earlier in the year pushed the monthly deficit to a three-year high of $50.6bn in March.

 

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Laura Rosner, an economist at BNP Paribas said: “Exports remain far below trend and we have yet to see a decisive rebound following the resolution of the West Coast port strike.” Figures last week showed that the US economy grew at an annualised pace of 2.3% in the three months to June, and also upgraded the growth estimate for the first quarter.

However, a survey of private sector job creation, released on Wednesday, fell short of forecasts. car workers

The dollar, which has gained 15% against the currencies of the United States’ main trading partners over the past year, also makes its imports cheaper and exports less competitive. The trade deficit with the European Union is at an all time high, with exports to the bloc down 2.3% in June while imports were up 4%. The deficit with China also increased by 3.3% in June to $31.5bn. Industrial disputes at West Coast ports earlier in the year pushed the monthly deficit to a three-year high of $50.6bn in March.

Employment figures fell short of expectations Private employers hired 185,000 more workers in July, according to the ADP National Employment Report, below analysts’ expectations of about 215,000. The report also revised June’s number down by 8,000 to 229,000. The more comprehensive government jobs survey – the non-farm payroll report – is due out on Friday. A Reuters survey of economists estimated that it will show that about 223,000 jobs were added to the US economy in July, the same as in June.

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The gap between US exports and imports increased to $43.8bn, up from May’s revised deficit of $40.9bn. Analysts had been expecting a deficit of $42.8bn. Record imports of food and cars meant total imports rose 1.2% to $232.4bn. Exports fell for the second month in a row, down 0.1% to $188.6bn, as global demand weakened.

The dollar, which has gained 15% against the currencies of the United States’ main trading partners over the past year, also makes its imports cheaper and exports less competitive. The trade deficit with the European Union is at an all time high, with exports to the bloc down 2.3% in June while imports were up 4%. The deficit with China also increased by 3.3% in June to $31.5bn. Industrial disputes at West Coast ports earlier in the year pushed the monthly deficit to a three-year high of $50.6bn in March.

Laura Rosner, an economist at BNP Paribas said: “Exports remain far below trend and we have yet to see a decisive rebound following the resolution of the West Coast port strike.” Figures last week showed that the US economy grew at an annualised pace of 2.3% in the three months to June, and also upgraded the growth estimate for the first quarter.

However, a survey of private sector job creation, released on Wednesday, fell short of forecasts. car workers

Employment figures fell short of expectations Private employers hired 185,000 more workers in July, according to the ADP National Employment Report, below analysts’ expectations of about 215,000. The report also revised June’s number down by 8,000 to 229,000. The more comprehensive government jobs survey – the non-farm payroll report – is due out on Friday. A Reuters survey of economists estimated that it will show that about 223,000 jobs were added to the US economy in July, the same as in June.