Written by: Rick Staggenborg, MD on Feb 21, 2010 9:24 PM PST
At the tender age of 17, Lynn has already learned the most important lessons it took me 51 years to fully understand. She courageously faces the dangers of the open road in order to fully embrace and experience all of the gifts that God has granted us. With faith in the eternal love and protection of that which watches and judges the actions of each of us, she proceeds into the world without fear in the quest to understand her role in the dance of Shiva.
Believing that each of us is immortal and not knowing the number of the days that God has allotted her, she is determined to explore the world and ponder its mysteries until she understands what she can do to help ensure that those who come after her enjoy all of the fruits of the liberty that God, through the saints of Armies past and present have fought to preserve for us.
May God and man be with her to guide her and to assist her on her journey to understand the role she plays in the reclaiming of our kingdom. I am reassured not only by her strength of character and willingness to defend herself ably with the blade she carries but in my knowledge that she will encounter on her way the Army of the Soldiers For Peace who have dedicated their lives to ensuring that she and her progeny will inherit a world fit for human habitation.
That is all God asks any of us. If we err in attempting to serve the spirit of love, we are already forgiven. Christ did not die to erase our sins but to show to those who loved him that he was willing to forgo corporeal existence whenever God called upon him to act. This is unconditional love.
All of the prophets were listening to God as it made evident to them through simple but undeniable evidence in their own lives their roles in the great scheme of things. Each was a listener and a seeker of truth. Their mission was to teach others to keep hope alive when fear and panic overwhelmed reason at various key point in space-time.
Abraham had faith in the eternal nature of our souls and in God’s intention to always serve the highest good for all. I for one refuse to continue others to allow the sacrifice of our children on the altar of greed and lust for domination. I am a Soldier For Peace, as Lynn will be on every step of her journey toward enlightenment. I have utter faith that God is with her at every step, for unlike most of us she is convinced that we are all angels on the Earth sent to recreate Heaven so that God may dwell in each of us in the only world we know from personal experience.
May God bless Lynn and all of our children with its grace and help them to enjoy all that it has gifted us. This is my duty as I see it and I expect others of good will to ensure that it happens, whatever the number of the days allotted to my body. It is not my own, but God’s to do with as it sees fit to show me is consistent with my sense of integrity and duty to Mankind.
Rick Staggenborg, MD
Coos Bay, Oregon