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  • You are here to enable the divine purpose
    of the universe to unfold. That is how
    important you are!

    Eckart Tolle

    Susan Davis is a modern day heroine who has done remarkable work creating new paradigms for social responsibility in business, finance, and all-win organizational development. Her accomplishments are breathtaking, and her work is recognized world-wide.

    Here is a woman who should win a Nobel Prize, or serve as President of our country. Her autobiography, The Trojan Horse of Love, is now available, as a free download, at this site:

    Her career glitters with service to mankind and the planet, and if you want to spend an hour or two learning about a whole lot of good work that she has done and continues to do, it is all in this inspiring book. And there are ways to get involved in her current projects.

    Susan’s work has gone in ever more innovative and paradigm shifting venues, again, documented in Trojan Horse, as you will discover if remarkable planet healing people are of interest to you. And I hope they are.

    But this is not a book review, these notes are simply an arrow, pointing you in a direction you may find both inspiring and motivating.

    The purpose of these notes is to tell you what I found most moving in Susan Davis’ story, because I believe it is important that you know what this remarkable Wayfinder accepted about her purpose a few years ago.

    Through a series of happy synchronicities, Susan met a man who in every way is a kindred spirit, soul partner, and collaborator.

    Briefly, a friend of hers offered to do a reading for her about her romantic life. She was told that her soul-mate ( a previous relationship which had ended) was supposed to marry her, but had not been able to show up for her.

    The friend continued, telling Susan that she would have the choice of two men, one younger and one older, because her purpose in life was “to practice union with God with a soul-mate.”

    “NO!” Susan exclaimed. “My purpose in life is to transform the global economy to sustainability.”

    Then, her friend continued the reading. “Oh,” she said, “That’s just your external purpose. Your core purpose is to practice union with God with a soul-mate.”

    The whole story is in Susan’s book, and for anyone thinking about finding, or improving a relationship, there is much inspiration in what happened.

    I found all this both liberating and clarifying. We have an instance of one of the most accomplished pioneering woman leaders of our time, in the latter part of her career, accepting the idea that her CORE purpose is to practice union with God with a soul-mate.

    Women out there, and men too, this may or may not find a place in your heart of hearts, but for me it feels like a missing secret to happiness, like a spiritual practice whose time has come.

    It seems important to share, as this just might inform your search for true love, and in the process, change your life.

    (PHotograph by Alex in the 3-D virtual world of Second Life)
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