Response to “Tom Steyer Takes the Gloves off in Fight Against Trump”

by Pete on February 27, 2017

In the wake of the election, Steyer has vowed to spend whatever it takes to fight Trump and advance an alternative progressive vision.

By Danny Feingold / Capital and Main February 24, 2017

Tom Steyer and Donald Trump were both born in Manhattan, and both went on to legendary success in the business world. And that’s about where the similarities end. Indeed, in the respective realms of American billionaires and U.S. politics, Steyer and Trump virtually define the opposite poles.

While Trump amassed a fortune in real estate, giving very little away (Trump’s charitable foundation is still under investigation for fraud), then veered into right-wing electoral populism, Steyer – who made his money in hedge funds – has poured his wealth into progressive causes. He and his wife, Kat Taylor, signed the Giving Pledge in 2010 and have devoted their considerable resources to fighting climate change (Steyer heads the influential advocacy organization NextGen Climate, based in San Francisco) and economic inequality (Taylor runs Beneficial State Bank, which she and Steyer founded to invest in low-income communities).

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As we think, feel, act, and react, do we play a role in creating ourselves and our experiences in life? If we have this sort of power, why are we here? Are we here to learn how to use it responsibly? Questions like these are important because they remind us of larger reasons for being here, they expand our awareness. With that in mind, here’s a thoughtful excerpt from the short interview with The Hidden Hand. It appears about halfway through the article.


There is only one of us here (Aware Energy or Consciousness). Understand that and you will understand the game. As you do unto others, so you do to yourself. The difference between us (Wrecking Crew) and you, in the game, is that we know that we are “playing”. The less you know about the game and the less you remember that you’re a player, the more “senseless” living becomes.

Suggestions For Playing the Game

Be good to yourself. Cultivate a genuine love for life and for being. Be genuinely thankful to the Infinite Creator every day for bringing you into being and for his bountiful provision. You have survived this far, have you not? You may not have everything you want, but you have everything you need in order to complete that which you incarnated here to do. Give thanks for that. The desire to serve flows naturally from a grateful heart.

Show acknowledgment and gratitude to the Infinite Creator for all that it has done and is doing for you. It has given you the gift of life experience and offered you the free will to decide what you will create with it.

Guard your thoughts carefully, as they are more powerful than you may imagine. If you see doom and gloom, then that is what you are projecting. The world is your mirror. It reflects back to you what you are putting out. If you do not like the reflection life is showing you, then change that which is causing it.

When you are coming from a place of love for and service to your Creator, a life of service to others will become a natural outflowing from that. Always look for ways that you can be of assistance to your fellow beings. Be of encouragement to others. Build people up, and do not put people down. Be a beacon of light in a dark world.

Does that old lady need a hand with her shopping bags? How do you treat the homeless man who asks you for some spare change for the shelter? Ever heard about “angels in disguise”? Look and see the divine spark in the heart of all beings. Treat them as you would like to be treated yourself, and as you would your Creator if he was speaking directly to you. “For even as you do it to the least of these, you do it unto me”.

It is up to you how you use the tools we have given you. Whilst incarnating in the third density, negativity is still an important tool in your learning process. It teaches you “other than”. Do you respond to negativity with more negativity? Or do you choose to see the negativity as the tool that it is, and recognize that it is offering you an opportunity? All souls eventually learn that positive is the pathway which leads Home.

There is a big difference between loving yourself and being selfish. When you truly understand what it is to know and love yourself, you cannot help but to love and serve others. When you understand this at the core level of your being, you will be on the path Home.”


Instead of continuing to create a Value Judgment World of right and wrong, good and bad that controls us from the outside-in through the shame of guilt and the fear of punishment, why not choose to create a Value Fulfillment World, based on what works and makes us happy, since, as energy, we’re both one and separate, both products of creation and creation itself?

Roger “Pete” Peterson –

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Geary Franklyn October 23, 2017 at 6:54 PM

Don’t share your point of view hope the commercials cost you a fortune!

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