Gay Relationship ndash; Karma Recent Lives Spirituality Numerology And Astrology

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Since the to marry is denied to homosexual couples,
according to the idea of karma, they may have denied
equal legal rights to others in previous lives. However, karma doesn't
always work that simply; there may be other reasons their
unions aren't legally recognized. For instance, a gay person's
soul may have got chosen to be in a position to operate for his
or her rights and help progress human consciousness in doing
so.
Homosexuals are using their free can, within the confines of
their destinies, to acquire equal civil rights, including the
to get married. We'll have to wait and observe if gay marriage
is destined to end up being legal.
Regarding the love timing of homosexuals in comparison to
heterosexuals, there is no difference. Everyone goes through
their own unique time cycles, some wonderful for romantic
involvement, some not so wonderful. Does the denial of the
right to marry show up in a gay person's charts? No, it doesn't.
However, denial of financial benefits or other rights (such as for example
with the case of the death of a partner) would clearly be observed
in the charts. Significant lack of collective net worth
(involving inheritance/estate taxes, etc.) and the lack of
various other related benefits (those afforded to heterosexual married
couples) greatly hindering quality lifestyle are the types of
challenging circumstances most definitely reflected in
extensive numerology and astrology analyses.
According to human rights advocates, the issue of gay marriage
is a civil privileges issue and since gay couples are denied
benefits that straight married couples enjoy, they are being
discriminated against. Gay and civil privileges advocates say
proposed constitutional amendments proceed very well beyond the DOMA
(Defense of Marriage Take action, signed by President Clinton in 1996)
and marks a fresh level of discrimination.
Never has an amendment been passed to deny the rights of
Americans. It seems acceptable to think that those who put
energy into passing this amendment would incur some negative
karma with regards to human rights. Therefore, if this
amendment passes (unlikely according to numerous political
experts) this nation (via the’ leaders and general public support of
those leaders) would also undoubtedly adopt some negative
karma. Under this philosophy, it’s possible to envision a
country far later on, populated with the same individuals,
that is denied rewards and prosperity from a more powerful
entity as a karmic backlash.
Since it's perfectly legal in the us to be gay and in a
committed relationship, denying the right to marry to
homosexuals may ultimately be seen by all as the same
as racial or spiritual discrimination. Discrimination in any
way, form or form ultimately has everything to do with
intolerance.
Speaking of intolerance, religious leaders want Jerry Falwell
possess rigorously campaigned in the us to permanently deny
marriage and all of the legal benefits (more than 500 in all) to
homosexuals who would like a legal marital dedication. A few
years back, Falwell was interviewed on a national TV news
show about the topic of gay marriage. His primary arguments
against it were, “...it's against Christian tenants...”
and “...if we open the entranceway to gay relationship in this country,
we'll have to deal with polygamy and bestiality too.” Falwell
may be creating a day with destiny in another lifetime where
he's denied his basic human being rights...in the name of religion.
Maybe it's best to accept the resistance towards equality and
fairness and view it within the necessary alignment of
energies. Polarity is integral to our universe. There can't be
cops without criminals and right now there can not be light without
darkness. Everyone appears to be fulfilling their earthly
mission, regardless of how disrespectful, selfish, or intolerant
they may seem. The best everyone can do is certainly to compassionately
and peacefully stand up for what they believe in and their basic
human rights.
Copyright &duplicate; 2007 Scott Petullo, Stephen Petullo