Taking Responsibility for the Dream and the Dreamer

Everyone is in shock and disbelief about what happened in Newtown, CT on Friday.
Here is one perspective that may help a little to put it all in place n.

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7 Responses to “Taking Responsibility for the Dream and the Dreamer”

  1. Rosemary December 17, 2012 at 5:49 pm // Reply

    Great perspective Arjuna!! Making sense of the non-sense. Sending love and blessings to all souls affected by this tragedy may they find a place where peace sits in their hearts. Aroha nui Rosemary


  2. John December 19, 2012 at 4:21 am // Reply

    Thank you for your wise words, Arjuna, and for the cool-headed, warm-hearted voice of perspective. I am normally one who is permissive as you illustrated, who has a live-and-let-live attitude, but I have begun to stand up and speak out against the notions that strip of us of our humanity and that kill our compassion. May we all take responsibility for the dream.


  3. Tim Richardson December 19, 2012 at 4:45 pm // Reply

    A most excellent offering Arjuna! Thank you so much for your ease, wisdom, compassion, clarity and power.


  4. Joan Goldstein December 25, 2012 at 1:38 am // Reply

    I’m looking for support from move.on/Mayor Bloomberg/OWS and others to implement a class action suit against the NRA. I’m in total agreement with everything you’ve said. However we need to find a way to end the greed that’s devouring humanity. Our government is totally impotent.



  5. Therese December 25, 2012 at 5:21 pm // Reply

    While I will agree with the majority of this video, I disagree with the assumption that the only use for semi-automatic guns is to kill humans. I am what you classify as a liberal and I own 2 semi-automatic handguns. My reason for owning the guns is strictly for helping my animals when there is a need for them be killed due to injury or illness that will result in death. I don’t expect to change anyone’s mind about anything. I’m simply pointing out there are other reasons for owning semi-automatics. And, no, a regular gun would not do the trick. It is an emotional action when I have to let an animal go. I do not want to have to worry about getting my gun to work or how many bullets I have available.

    As for those who would say I have these guns to use on humans, I respond with, if I ever experienced an intrusion, the intruder would have plenty of time to kill me before I’d ever be able to access, put together, find the bullets, and load my gun.

    Thank you for allowing me to submit my opinion.


  6. Klaus Heinze December 29, 2012 at 2:47 pm // Reply

    Thanks Arjuna for your reflection on the shooting and our collective mind.


  7. Marisa April 9, 2013 at 7:30 pm // Reply

    Now days almost every day we could read news about shooting here and there, Soon our government realized we need law to take weapon from crazy people, hopefully other countries follow our pioneering lead. Why it’s only when our emotions highly charged they finally do something. Like only after 9/11 they went to the war and take care of this country. Now they must do something about North Korea. Their leader is crazy, you can read all about it in news every day as well. I think humanity realized we need to become One and keep all craziness under control, and the best way to do it create one world spiritual government. We for sure realized it soon with all this global warming when some natural disaster occur


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