When it came to peace, Ariel Sharon illuminated the Intelligent Design of the Dream. This is the legacy he left for Israel to continue. Now is not the time to bow to international pressure for expedient short term solutions.
There are just some things they don’t teach diplomats at universities, such as the profound wisdom for attaining peace embedded within the deepest roots of the torah. Knesset members do not operate in a vacuum. They are made up of elected officials with various religious and spiritual beliefs. This is the case in the United States as well as in Israel. Diplomats need to be briefed on this.
Case in point, the aspect of spiritual gardening as a unifying approach to bridge cultures should not be overlooked. The concept of transforming existing urban parks into spiritual community gardens, in which visitors would opportunity to ‘weed out, and compost hatred, and then plant sunflower seeds in fields of hope would get the process started. Schools could be integrated this kind of pedagogy in their classroom gardens as well. This process would give practical application to the deepest spiritual roots of Tu Beshevat.
The challenges confronting Israel and surrounding neighbors are profound and deeply rooted. Ariel Sharon protected and stimulated the roots of the Spirit of Israel for the benefit of all of the Nations of the World for generations to come. With the courage of a Lion, Ariel Sharon maintained and fortified a protective geo-political barrier against asymmetric detaching forces of hatred.
Most outsiders are familiar with the Christian Messianic revelations pertaining to the Middle East, but would be surprised to find out that there is such a thing called the Spiritual Mission of Israel. After researching and analyzing the cultural, geo-political, and organic roots of gardening, and then contrasting them against my own Jewish spiritual roots. I wrote a book that related this inner wisdom in poetic terms In the concluding chapter I portrayed a not so mythical globally televised Weed Out Hate event in which two billion children would be called upon to root out symbolic weeds of hatred. The purpose of this blog is to relate my insights to events going on in Israel.
Whereas other nations dispute land rights for drilling oil, Israel is a place where people tap their roots for Light, not for purposes of consumption but with the intention of streaming Light onto the Nations of the World. This is the Light that irradiates and illuminates stony hearts into spiritual energy, this is the Light that weeds out hate, this is the Light that allow spirits to rise and populate pockets of the geo-spiritual nexus of peace. This is the Light of that emanates from the deepest roots of torah.
As a statesman, Ariel Sharon was careful not to succumb to international pressures for imposing tightly woven peace accord fabrics that would only keep virulent inner weed forces dormant. At the first signs of Arab Spring, cracks would form for the weeds to pierce. though. It is the difference between nurturing grassroots that are free to reach for sky and repressive trickle down philosophies that keep you down.
The burial of Ariel Sharon should strengthen our resolve for continuing to illuminate the Intelligent Design. When it comes to Peace, this must begin at the grassroots, with mothers and fathers teaching their children to weed out hate and so the seeds of peace. The concept should be integrated into the classroom gardens pedagogy, as well as in the urban park gardens. Peace of this Nature should never be imposed, it must be occupied.
The Dream that we are striving to attain was implanted in the very Plan of Creation and encoded within the Otiot of the torah to be revealed at this very moment, at this very place.