Writings inspired by my Step mothers passing
Writings inspired by my Step mothers passing,
Date: 9/17/2017 7:27:44 AM ( 35 d ) ... viewed 172 times
Writings about my step-mothers passing
The passing of my step mother sept 14 is bringing up a life review of my relationship with ida, my dad, Rabbi Solomon Goldman as well as reflections I want to share this upcoming Thursday with my B'nai Horin/Children of Freedom community at the @American Jewish University.
I'm thinking about my own final resting place. There's a cemetery on the land where I'm visiting now. I was thinking of being buried there, but I would be too isolated and probably get lonely.
I am imagining that I'll be traveling A lot after I leave my body, continuing to do my ministry, but I'd like a public place where people could come and visit me. I feel like some kind of a memorial with a bench, actually made out of white marble or maybe wood, where people could sit and #PlantYourDream.
My stepmother Ida spent many years in a rest home. I'm grateful to my niece Eva and my sister Vivian for giving her the upmost care, and to all visited Ida.
I don't plan to be in the rest home during my final years.
When I was in my mid 20s, I was completely crippled and found myself in a convalescent rest home in Salt Lake City Utah.
It was quite an experience being around screaming and yelling people and people dying on a regular basis.
It was the only place where I could get physical therapy and regain my ability to walk. I've come very far since those days.
In my belief system, life continues way beyond and before we have a body,
I am most grateful for my body now and it's resilience and capacity to demonstrate a natural #CancerCure Journey.
My mother died of cancer at a very early age of 52 or earlier.
Cancer is no longer a death sentence.
My health mentor Dr. Bernard Jensen, Who taught me many of the things I know about health, often said that most people die in bed. He lived well into his 90s and completely outgrew cancer and total paralysis.
He eventually did die of the return of cancer, however, he set a tone for me. We are born to live life to our fullest passion. We are born to find God in our own unique ways.
It's death to force our religious views on others.
I will always sprinkle flower seeds on the graves of those I love and plant trees in their honor.
I will come to see more than 144,000 Enchanted Garden Club Members living out their passion in many unique ways. I will come to see the earth blessed with 1000 years of peace.
My soul allies never die.
My work is supported by invisible forces that compels seeds to grow.
My father, my stepmother id were both compelling influences in my life. My father was honored in such a way that he might very well have been one of the secret holy ones that they speak about it in the Jewish faith who held up the world. My mother died that too early of an age. I was 12 years old when she passed.
My stepmother helped determine my health path, through every action that she took toward me that was both conscious and unconscious.
This is a great time of the year to pass, right before what the people of the Jewish tradition call the birthday of the universe, The Rosh Hashanah.
Truly this is the time for each of us to write a new life script.
Some wonder why hurricanes and earthquakes and floods and fires are so prevalent today.
From my point of view it's important to go beyond living as an earthquake waiting to happen.
#PlantYourDream,MyFriend, The fields are ripe and ready to be harvested.
Rest In Peace, dear Ida, and enjoy walking into the arms of Angels.
I got word through my Facebook that my stepmother Ida passed from
the body Thursday night. My sister Vivian and my niece Eva need me.
I am shortening my exit from NorCal to be with them in Los Angeles. They are both in the Orthodox Jewish tradition. Sitting Shiva--honoring the departed for a number of days--is part of that tradition. This tradition also buries within 24 hours. I missed the funeral that was yesterday morning.
(Called Eva after her Shabbat sept 16.
They do not do Shiva when the relation is not a biological connection.)
I was also out of cell phone range deep in nature, and pre-occupied with my important goodbyes at Frey Organic Winery and Biodynamic farm.
I am on very disciplined diet and supplements now for my natural #CancerCure Journey.
Receiving regular smoothies with fresh cannabis leaves is one of my key remedies that has been helping very much.
Invisible forces have been sending me just what I need for the next step of healing.
I want to say that for the last year I've had extreme knee pains from a number of falls. My knee pains have practically disappeared since I began taking the raw cannabis leaves. There are a number of MDs in Northern California who are experts at this treatment, including Dr Courtney.
I'm sure my lack of exercise has been a big contributor to allowing an unhealthy pattern of cell growth to emerge.
In recent months, there have been times when I've had bleeding through the front end. I've had no bleeding until this morning. Perhaps this can be attributed to the stress and wanting to make a leisurely exit organically and now switching what I had in mind to do.
I very much want to spend time with my dear near-lifelong friend, Sanda Everette in San Mateo. She also needs support to outgrow a cancer condition.
As part of my revised itinerary, I'll be in San Mateo tonight.
I also intend to spend a brief time on the Bragg Live Food Products property, where my dear friend Patricia Bragg lives. This is in Goleta.
I want to help plant seeds for the second hundred years of the Bragg health crusade. Paul Bragg and Patricia were always in the heart of Dr. Bernard Jensen, the wise elder who taught me that Nature cures.
Adrienne Prince, my assistant, and I will also share hospitality with Shoshana Wheeler and Rick Wheeler in Thousand Oaks before entering the City of Angels. I was born there.
I plan to be with Vivian and Eva on Tuesday, location to be revealed as I know it, likely tonight after the sabbath.
Yesterday was stressful in part.
I did deposit nearly $600.00 of donations from #PetCelebritySquash activity to the Bank of Marin, where #HeirloomExpo of Petaluma, California has its bank account. Ironically, while we were in the bank, we got an unexpected gift from the parking citation department for that very same amount, which I immediately set out to remedy!
More donations were received via PayPal, yet to be processed.
My original plan was to do the The Agrarian Games at the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds & Event Center sept 16. I'll participate in that next year.
I went to check out the pre setup last eve, no one was there, but the Circus Vargas was.
Today is Adrienne's birthday!
So I took Ida (in spirit) and Adrienne to meet some new friends last night.
I've loved the circus since childhood.
I felt mortified catching up with the news from LA as I sat there. it was the first time I've had a chance to look at Facebook all day. Although I was thinking a vita on and off, I never took time to call Eva. So sorry about that . The woman in the seat next to me noticed the grim look on my face.
She leaned over and said, it's a circus. Your supposed to smile!
I got into the circus through meeting the marketing manager, who gave us two passes.
Beloved Ida has been lying in the bed for a number of years hardly able to move. Now her soul is free, as free as one of these high wire entertainers .
God bless ida always. Ida was instrumental in forcing me into the path of healing in this life. I had to overcome major childhood trauma.
The Soul presents Gifts that little does the mind Know.
Onward. I will not relent.
I believe in nature. I believe in nature's cure.
I have the support I need to demonstrate one more time, that our world will come to see 1000 years of peace, and that I was born to be an instrument for the birth of that peace.
Leslie Goldman #YourEnchantedGardener #PlantYourDreamBlog
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