More than 30 years ago my soul sister and dear friend, Marianne Williamson, shared with me that someday she would run for President of the United States.
She wasn’t kidding and as we saw in the last election, many of the ideas she offered up were later heard coming out of the mouths of other national leaders.
As a lifelong student of American history, a student of both A Course in Miracles and the Constitution, and an advocate for democracy and human rights, Marianne is deeply committed to devoting her life for the upliftment of humanity.
She will make her official announcement on March 4th to once again run for POTUS and you can watch it live, online for FREE!
Thoughts About Change from Marianne Williamson:
Whether we like it or not, change in the air in America. It will be wise and responsibly directed change, or it will be chaotic and extremely destructive change. Those, to me, are our only two choices for what lies ahead. President Kennedy said, “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable.” These are revolutionary times. We are either going to have a peaceful revolution or a violent one. We will either begin in earnest the work of national repair or lose a truly immeasurable treasure. In Lincoln’s words, “We shall nobly save, or meanly lose, the last best hope of earth.”
We do not need more protectors of the status quo; we need more enlightened change-makers. I have long felt that those who are students and practitioners of spiritual and psychological wisdom are the last people who should be sitting out the great political and economic questions of our day. Why? Because if you have a clue how to change one heart, then you’re the one with a clue what would change the world.
Having grown older, I find I have grown more audacious. You start to say what you say not to get agreement from anyone, but from the satisfaction of having said it. That is the writer’s creed, and it is how I see the journey that lies before me now. In A Course in Miracles, it says that an idea grows stronger when it is shared. I look forward to sharing some ideas that I believe need to be magnified, that an aberrational chapter of America’s history might close and a new one might soon begin.
According to President Franklin Roosevelt, the most important role of the president is moral leadership. America’s moral compass is deeply frayed, and the president we most need now will help repair it. For without that compass, we’ve become an unjust society. In the book of Isaiah it says “Justice, justice thy shall pursue.” Are we living in a land of justice now – criminal justice, economic justice, racial justice, environmental justice? Surely not. Yet that will not change until we change it. We must inwardly prepare ourselves for the monumental task at hand. We are living in a corrupt and corrupting age, and the only way to change that is through spiritual as well as political activism. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi when speaking about the principles of non-violent revolution, “Self-purification is necessary first.” The rest will unfold from there.
Register for her free announcement broadcast and then decide if this is a candidate who has a message that resonates with you.
Wishing you love, laughter and magical kisses,