Interesting, Haiti is similar to Haties or Hell. What is the message here? What and where is Hell? Is Hell now in Haiti? To me, Hell is separation from our source. Hell is not a place out there, it’s inside. It’s all about perception. Can those who are conscious help Haiti turn this challenge around and thrive?
Is this devastation in Haiti a clue for many to wake up and begin to look beyond their material possessions as it can disappear in a heart beat? Many still do not realize this yet, unfortunately. Some are beginning to stir and wake up.
The earth is shedding the pressure from within. How is this similar to what many are being faced with or will be confronted within the next few years? It’s a cleansing time. In the spiritual circles, we know it’s within not without! Or, another way to put it, not outside of ourselves. A time to soul search and reach beyond the comfort zone of life.
Even if most Haitians live simply, their very, very basic lifestyle has been removed from right under them. IF this can happen to them, it could possibly happen to those who depend on a certain life style to sustain them. This could be an indirect but clear message to those living on the surface of life?
As the communication came forward, Haiti had no disaster plan. Why would a community have a disaster plan when their very existence was a day to day question? Did their own govt, who turned their back while enjoying a lavish lifestyle, believe this was an impossible feat? Now, with their own material things in one big heap, would this be their turning point to pay attention and become proactive helping their people to fish, figuratively speaking. Perhaps this is a sign espy for every third world community to review.
In 2004 and 08 hurricanes devastated the town of Gonaives according to a few articles. There was then a need to plan but here they are right now, where is the plan?
Emily Troutman wrote on Twitter, “In Haiti, there were no farms, no public schools, no jobs. But there was peace and a vivid, gorgeous culture. Peace and a gorgeous culture? WOW, this is a HUGE puzzle piece. How many communities can say this in the world? Emily goes on to say…”The music was intoxicating and everywhere. Musicians played on horns they made by hand.”
——Music heals . Haiti, this is a HUGE sign for the musicians to get moving to heal their community! It’s a call to the masses to help these musicians get their music out to the world!
Emily continues, “There was Croix des Bouquets, a town filled with nothing but artists. There was the Grand Rue, a slum filled with sculptures that spoke a new language. Sculptures made out of trash by people living in aluminum shacks! It brought an exclamation point to any conversation! The art! The art! It was Haiti’s wildly beating heart.”
—Artists, rest up, gather your strength and create the most incredible art you can imagine. The angels are listening for the call to help. Call on them. Artists of the world, help these gifted individuals.
A few months ago, I was talking with a friend about how to help. I mentioned …”. Give a fish or teach them to fish.” The following day, when reading an article this expression was mentioned.
The challenge in Haiti could be the answer they have longed for…Attention from the entire world to teach Haiti to fish! Espy Musicians and Artists, conscious individuals– who have a platform.
Sending healing, prayers and many fishing teachers to Haiti starting with Emily Troutman!
Cynthia M. Long