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The world is once again in chaos. Rancor and retribution rule the day. Greed, fear and demagoguery have been crowned King of All That Is. For many, there seems to be no hope.
And yet. . .and yet. . .hidden beneath the helplessness and hopelessness there is a glimmer of light. So faint it can be seen only in the darkest of dark nights.
If this tiny flicker had a name, it might be called forgiveness, compassion, kindness or love. Such little words. But the one thing I know for sure is that they can create miracles. They can make the impossible possible. They can heal lives. And sometimes, whole communities. Just ask Eleanor Bobbin.
Sharon Mehdi has spent most of her life not writing a book about absolute truth that will make her immortal. She feels guilty about it. But what can you do. In the meantime she lived 16 years (off and on) in the Middle East-Egypt, Lebanon, Iraq and Kuwait; survived three wars; had four children; taught English; backpacked 500 miles across Spain; became a healer; rode a school bus filled with medical supplies from Seattle to Guatemala; fitted eyeglasses for Mayan villagers; made 18 research trips to Europe; organized an all-woman archaeological dig in France; wrote and performed a one-woman play entitled She Never Said Her Name Was Mary; became a clinical hypnotherapist specializing in past-life regression; wrote and directed a small film; made meals for migrant farm workers in Colorado for a year; and taught workshop participants from around the world how to heal fear. This last she did in the shadow of the famed Gothic cathedral in Chartres, France dedicated to the Blessed Virgin. The cathedral wherein may lie the Golden Scrolls of Knowledge so filled with absolute truth they could heal this weary world of ours. But that's a story for another day.