Protecting the Tree of Israel for the Nations of the World

Whereas others regard us as ‘Infidels’, we must illustrate to the Nations of the World that the genuine enemies are the ones from within and they must be irradiated and illuminated out for the benefit of all of us  Others give the illusion of peace and love, Israel must draw peace and love through our spiritual roots and radiate this outward to the Nations of the World.

We must learn to out spiritualize our enemies. In the same manner that other Nations of the World drill for oil and hoard it for themselves, we must learn to weed out hatred and drill for Light and share it.

To protect a tree systemically, means to root feed the roots with plant protection so that any insect infestation on the leaves would be self-destructive. The insecticide is distributed to every part of the foliage. Military retribution is the easy part.  Convincing the international community that this Tree is worthy and needed to be protected in this manner is something quite different.  Too many people look at us as the attacking locusts rather than the divine connectors we were spiritually ‘bred’ to be.

It the international community wants to come to our aid, then help us build the kind of geo-spiritual park gardens in which children and adults root of weeds of hatred together, will ample opportunity to plant sunflower seeds of peace in fields of hopes and dreams. Gardening is a universal ritual, rooted in all religions and philosophies. It can help otherwise competing interests find commonality. Taking this action to the geo-political or better said, geo-spiritual level is the first step to relieve the international tension. When we begin to root out our inner weeds, we stop being perceived as enervating weeds to others and begin to be recognized as the spiritual inter-connective Jewish roots, we were created to become.

In 1968, a half a million hungry stardust souls descended to Woodstock to find the meaning of life. Things are worst today, We are still stardust wanting to find our way back to the Garden.

What is it exactly about our Jewishness that makes us so special. Like the Wandering Jew namesake, we extend our vines throughout the Nations of the World, with the ability to tap our roots anywhere. We attach ourselves to gardening and kinder-gardening cultures throughout the world for illuminating eight billion stardust golden souls back to the garden. We must strengthen and protect our roots first for building up our resistance for tasting that once forbidden, seductive fruit connection with the Creator.





About the Author
As the eldest grandson of Ross Daniels, the inventor of a horticultural irrigation tool for deep watering and feeding at the deepest roots, Marc spent the first half of his career learning about global gardening and gardener's trends. Ten years ago, he began thinking about how to take his grandfather's vision to the next level, for inspiring humanity to weed out hate and sow the seeds of peace through spiritual gardening.