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Recognizing a light worker continued...
by Tamela Heath Hawley   
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Last edited: Friday, July 21, 2006
Posted: Friday, July 21, 2006

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This is a continuation of the artcile in January of 2006. Raising the Light Network is a new book that Dr. Hawley and her guide Nadia are working on. From time to time, Tamela will post paragraphs from this book. This is mostly to keep the energy moving so she does not lose track of what she's trying to do. Please enjoy and give any feedback that you feel inclined to give.

There are no physical characteristics that you can use to tell one of these children from the rest.  These children come in all shapes and sizes, colors and hues, cultures and backgrounds, economic levels and languages.  They are all over the world and have all varieties of parental structures.  Some of these children are born to traditional, two-parent families and some are born to single mothers and fathers.  Some of these children are born to gay parents and some come in without parents because their parents die or abandon them at birth.  Many children are coming in these days through the turbulence of war or as a result of war’s violence, such as the rape of a young girl in Bosnia who then has her baby in a field before she throws it in a heap of garbage and flees for her life to try to find shelter as a refugee.  This baby was found by foreign soldiers and given to the Red Cross who then found a children’s shelter where many such children hope to be adopted by an American or European families.  YOU CANNOT RECOGNIZE A BABY LIGHTWORKER BY THE COLOR OF HIS OR HER SKIN OR BY THE CULTURE OR AREA THAT THEY COME FROM. 

Interestingly enough, many of the policies that the new governments in the United States and other lands where imperialism is being replaced by new democracies may look to the naked eye as unpalatable.  For example, the Patriot Act is extremely controversial in this current time.  I have no intention of condoning or condemning these policies in this book. However, in the times to come, these policies will make a lot of sense as the world moves closer to a global structure, rather than the nationalist structure that currently exists in the world.  There will eventually be a one-world government upon the earth.  It is the destiny of this planet that groups will fight for control of other groups until what is weeded out is the darkness.  At that point the light forces will take hold. 

What is not as evident to the naked eye is where the darkness really lies.  It does not always lie with the terrorist who is fulfilling his or her part in a destiny of what is known to the rest of the Universe to be the time of upheaval and renewal upon the earth.  The darkness lies in the struggle for power as a means rather than an end.  The truth is, someone has to be in control, but it does not have to be the one with the biggest guns or the most money.  The children who are flooding the earth plane at this time have a different view of power and how that should be played out.  It is the intention of the forces of light that this scenario does play out.  Many of the children who are born to world leaders have different views than do their parents and because of this are sometimes cast out as a dark sheep.  Rather, they will be the change makers. 

When you look for light workers, look for light.  If you look for light, you will find it or it will find you.  If you sit upon a bus and think, “I’m looking for light in whatever form it comes to me,” watch and see if a baby sitting in a seat or two away from you does not begin to pull away from Mama to reach in your direction.  If that happens, you have just encountered a member of the Light Network.  Reach your hand out and touch the baby’s hand, she will grab your finger tightly.  The mother will be embarrassed, just reassure her that she’s a good mother.  Then thank your lucky stars, you have just been blessed and your day will go much better than it would have before you met your little light lender.
 

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