Contrary to what they profess, the soul of a racist supremacist jew (think Elor Azaria, Joe Lieberman, Miliekowsky) is the least advanced and basest of all souls. Sadly, they so very much identify with their physical bodies and when they die, they will find it extremely difficult advancing to a higher level and may actually need to live a thousand lifetimes of misery just to satisfy karmic justice which they've incurred in this lifetime.
Brad Pitt is reportedly struggling to maintain a relationship with his six children as his custody dispute with ex wife Angelina Jolie rages on.
The actor, 54, was pictured at two different law offices on Tuesday, the day Angelina accused him of failing to support their children financially amid their long-running divorce.
Meanwhile a new report from TMZ claims Brad is struggling to co-parent with his ex, with whom he shares children,Maddox, 16, Pax, 14, Zahara, 13, Shiloh, 12, Vivienne, 10 and Knox, 10.
Brad has been spending much of his summer in England, where Angelina and the children are currently based while the actress shoots Maleficent 2.
According to TMZ the judge in the divorce case set a schedule for the actor to visit his children in London for 10 hours a day, with the agreement starting in mid-June. From July visitation increased to four consecutive days at a time.
Insiders have told the site that exes Angelina and Brad have no interaction with each other and handoffs are handled by staff. Brad is also permitted to call and text his children any time, without monitoring from their mother.
The visitation disputes have been raging on though, with allegations that Angelina has tried to limit Brad’s access, with the judge issuing an order saying the restriction was ‘harmful’ to the children.
The duo’s divorce has apparently ground to a halt over disagreements about how much time Brad gets with their six children.
And it’s these discussions that have held up the rest of the divorce proceedings -such as division of assets – with E!’s sources describing the process as being at ‘kind of at an impasse at this point’.