We Hear You! Letters from Our May 2014 Issue

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by MORE • Editors
May 2014 Cover

is to catalyze the integration of belief systems.  When we perceive that the only difference between us is our beliefs and that beliefs can be created or discreated with ease, the right and wrong game will wind down, a co-create game

will unfold and world peace will ensue." - Harry Palmer, author of the Avatar Materials

I would love to share more information with you about the course, as I feel it would be something that you would be interested in, so I am providing websites for you to explore.  We also do free Info Hours by phone and skype for anyone interested in finding out more about the courses.

Let me know if you would like to know more about the courses.  It's the most fun way to

learn to manage your own consciousness and to make the world a better place at the same time.

Kind regards,

--Blair Jacob

Hello Lesley,

I loved your letter in the May edition—“What’s your question?” and wanted to share that with my friends and family. I couldn’t find the text online and resorted to scanning it in and sending it out.  I think it might go viral if you post it.  Do you have an online text version?

Best regards,

--Jennifer

Hi, Lesley.

I just turned 51 and still get asked by people half my age if I’m a model (or if I have ever been one. I’m 5 11, 130lbs, short short hair but cut in a very cool style.

Can walk the catwalk in stilettos and not fall down I don't have any portfolio type photos but will forward you what I do have. Hopefully you will see some potential and will give me any advice you might have.

Give it to me straight; I’m a big girl and I can handle the truth.

Thank You,

--Tammy Hollingsworth

I've read your Letter from the Editor in More on many occasions--as well as those of your predecessors--and as I sat with a recent issue, after having just returned from epic travels in Cambodia, I thought I would write. I do understand the urge to reinvent, on a very personal level. 

I'm an attorney by training, with experience in municipal and federal government, and labor and business law, while I raised three girls on my own, with the youngest newly 21 and a junior in college in Chicago, and my oldest is soon 30, and a project manager and jewelry designer in Brooklyn (the 25 year old is her own accomplished person), so a parental moment this spring, to have them all almost launched.  

As for me, I live in Portland, OR, in the big rambling house on a hill where my girls grew up, which I rehabbed after selling a small business in the flames of the financial chaos of 2009. It has been an interesting and somewhat non standard trajectory, and as we navigated for over a decade around the shoals of college financial aid, and are nearing the completion of the family education project. 

And in this process, of staying low and tight, I returned to Cambodia, a country where my middle daughter and I traveled in 2006 as she was a senior in high school and I celebrated a 50th birthday. Having gone overland from Thailand to Siem Reap and Phnom Penh and then up the Mekong into Vietnam and on to Saigon/Ho Chi Minh City, I had a pretty good idea of Asian travel. I really loved Cambodia, and being a traveler from way back, I decided to return. I went solo in February 2013 for four weeks, which was a significant journey. 

On my way, I met some terrific folks, including a Cambodian matriarch named Ponheary Ly, and her family at their Seven Candles guesthouse, where I stayed in Siem Reap, and Travis Thompson, the director of the Ponheary Ly Foundation. With them, I traveled for a day to the forest and the village of Koh Ker, a three hour drive in, and helped to prepare food for the children in the elementary school there, which the foundation supports with daily meals and materials, curriculum, uniforms, teachers, and potable water.  

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