Personal Thoughts from An Inconspicuous Alchemist, Mother, Computer Technician, Spiritualist, and Above ALL Human Being….

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The macrocosm of the universe is playing out in the microcosm of our lives. From the smallest amount of inhumanity, to the fullest scope of our potential kindnesses, we have reach a turning-point in our existence. The choice from here is our own, and is a testament to the types of humans we choose to be from thus day forward.

Personal attacks on those who speak for Peace and transparency are under attack from the established socio-economic establishments we as humans have allowed to control us for generations. Personal attacks on the integrity of the human race is prominent. We have more hatred and anger than many generations before us. We fight endless wars in the name of said Peace, and this is the most detrimental contradiction we face. Peace cannot come on the backs and blood of other living beings. It has the opposite effect on the collective unconscious.

If we continue to blindly follow without question and blatant disregard for all life, then we are no better than those we judge. We need to not discern other cultures with our own ethnocentrism. We cannot turn a blind eye to the horrors and atrocities committed by the “Powers that Be,” within our own personal psyches, and under the guise of “religion.”

Admit that our own behaviors may have contributed to the current state of unrest in our hearts and our souls. Ask ourselves daily what kind of humans we want to be as an example to future generations.

We preach hatred and wonder why our children hate. We preach violence as a means to an end, and stand in horror as our children become violent. We blame everyone else and refuse to take our own actions into consideration. What kind of lessons are we teaching the world about whom We the People truly are?

We are patriotic, pragmatic, compassionate, empathetic, wise, and proud as a culture. However, we need to note that we are also angry, afraid, unaware, warlike, and held captive by our own insecurities. We cannot and should not judge others. We need to remember that we are a melting-pot of culture and experiences, and this is the United States that our founding fathers hoped we would become.

WE must Strive to do Better! Much LOVE and Light on Your Journey…. JoJo

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