Tag Archive | democracy
Calm before, during, and after the storm: the transition into New Earth
Dearest readers, I consider myself to be apolitical, as politics are entirely a construction of density/3-D consciousness, and my focus is on assisting humanity and the planet to hold the light and transition into New Earth. I must note that I was not allowed to save “President Trump” as a tag for this post. Censorship […]
Sweating bullets: how the powerful change our minds
Hello readers, Noam Chomsky, celebrated linguist and tireless defender of democracy and the freedom of information, tells us that we can find the truth in the press…but we will have to patiently seek it out, make an effort to look for it. Awareness and becoming aware is a process. When, for example, I started […]
The pain of being perpetually silenced
Hello readers, The mentality created by the industrial revolution was one that deified science and materialism. The pragmatic evolution of ideas and ideals re-centered the human and cultural experiences of men and women away from God, spirituality, and Nature. No longer subservient to a higher power of some kind, humans replaced those fundamental alliances […]
France vs. USA: dare to complain!
Hello readers, Over the last 40 or so years, ordinary working Americans have progressively lost many of our freedoms and most of our rights. Most of us are worried about the future. Most of us worry about money, the environment, about whether or not we can ever afford to stop working and pursue our dreams. […]
A Letter to Bernie Sanders
Dear Mr. Sanders, I am a single mom, and like many of your supporters, I had to resign from my full-time library job because I was not making enough money to buy food. I was worried I would not be able to send my son to college, and I was starting to accumulate debt despite […]
Nanny State: What does this term really mean?
Hello readers, I was recently listening to a BBC program transmitted on National Public Radio about Australia and how the government is increasingly passing legislation to regulate even the smallest aspects of peoples’ lives, including attempting to restrict or ban the use of Vegemite! The announcer used the term “Nanny State” regarding this behavior, and […]
Socialism and America…and what discrimination does to our country
Hello readers, My fifteen year old son introduced me to Bernie Sanders, and I’m guessing he had a good hunch that I would like his ideas about integrity, personal responsibility, the role of government, social justice and accountability of business leaders and government institutions. To be precise, my son showed me a video clip of […]
A Nation Addicted to Fear: Is There Room for Love Here?
Hello readers, As a nation and as individuals, we have all been shaken by the recent violence against the staff and innocent students of Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT. And it is our responsibility as adults, as citizens, parents, and as human beings to reflect on the reasons behind such senseless violence. In […]