Eternal Flame

May the eternal flame burn brightly.

May it spark more souls to Peace.

May it ignite more hearts to live their own “Profiles in Courage.”

May it forever remind us to honor and live our own legacy.

We honor this today, on this day, November 22, 2013 ~ the 50th anniversary of the passing of the torch, as visionary President John F. Kennedy left this world. May his eternal flame burn brightly forever….

.JFK's Eternal Flame ~ Arlington

~ DeAnne Wolfgram, Conscious Connections NOW

photograph: “Eternal Flame”, DeAnne Wolfgram 2008

Note: This blog post and message were shared at 11:11 AM PT, November 22, 2013.

One thought on “Eternal Flame

  1. I’ve shared some tremendous synchronicities today with my soul sisters… One commented how my message here resonated with what Marianne Williamson had shared. In moving to her page to read it, I thought too of how my own mom Marianne, also born in 1952, experienced that day in a similar way to Marianne Williamson. There is a depth of awareness and a birth of consciousness happening right now and the wisdom of women and men guided by the resonance of feminine values will lead the way………

    Here is what Marianne Williamson shared today on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of JFK:

    “I was in the 6th grade when Kennedy died, attending elementary school in Houston, Texas. Our class had been taken to the Rice University outdoor stadium the day before, where we heard Kennedy speak. He left Houston for Dallas the next morning.

    Someone busted into our class that day and said Kennedy had been killed. My teacher put her hands over her face, turned her back on the class and started sobbing. I took it on my self to run into other classes, delivering the news. There is no way to describe the feelings we all felt; it wasn’t just Kennedy who was shot in the heart that day, it was all of us. Some light had been on, and then in an instant things went dark. Something bigger than the man had been taken from us; as a nation, we lost our innocence on Nov. 22, 1963. We weren’t yet cynical then, you see. We couldn’t believe the unspeakable had happened.

    John F. Kennedy, despite whatever failings as a man, lit a spark like no other. May he rest in peace.”

    ~ Marianne Williamson, November 22, 2013

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