“We will take direct action against injustice without waiting for other agencies to act. We will not obey unjust laws or submit to unjust practices. We will do this peacefully, openly, cheerfully because our aim is to persuade. We adopt the means of nonviolence because our end is a community at peace with itself…” The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.
Hello, dear hearts. It is again time for me to speak from my heart to yours. Tonight a new nominee for Supreme Court Justice was selected and soon the rounds of interviews with congress people will inform us if he is likely to be confirmed or denied. Judge Brett Kavanaugh is his name. If you research him you will understand immediately why Trump chose him.
And so the drama continues. I don’t know why anyone would be surprised because a huckster will always stay true to form and our current president is well practiced in the art of the deal, the deal that he makes may not be legal, but he has little respect for the law of the land. Well, now that I’ve gotten that out of my system let me move on to share with you my thoughts on why we must stay calm amidst the turmoil that always seems to remain in the president’s wake.
The good news is that people, good and decent people, have stood up against the insane zero-tolerance immigration. No one could mistake the disgust we all shared for a current administration capable of using the type of deterrent that snatches babies out of the arms of mothers. But worse, then we find out they have also lost some of the parents of the children who are interred and so DNA testing won’t lead to a match with those adults also interred. Oh, add to all of that, they also missed the court ordered deadlines for having children under 5 back with their parent(s) and the secondary order to match older children with their parents who have sometimes been separated for months already.
H-m-m-m, didn’t I say that we should remain calm in the face of this lunacy? Yes, I did. If we add to the chaos we do nothing to help diffuse the results of this man’s efforts to leave his mark on the office of the president. When I am anchored in my heart’s resonance it is easy to calm down after hearing of another blunder on his part. This week will bring more of the news cycle into clarity if we are lucky and we will at least get to the truth of what is really going on in the world. In the meantime I suggest that you learn a new method of calming one’s self. I’m using cd’s that help link the left and right hemispheres of my brain, to entrain my frequency resonance through the use of lovely music; it works and I stay focused in my heart instead of my head. YouTube has a lot of pick’s for your listening pleasure.
This week the president goes to the United Nations. Who knows what might happen there. Then he attends meetings with our allies, oh sorry, our ex-allies since he began raising trade tariffs on them. Meanwhile, The Secretary of State has returned from North Korea where the little dictator says he never made an agreement to disarm, in fact he’s ramping up the nukes more than before. Gee, I guess Trump’s handshake wasn’t good enough, gentleman to gentleman. Well if either of them were that it would still not turn out well for the USA. Finally, he flies to Russia for a one-on-one talk with Putin. No witnesses on the US side, but I’m sure someone will leak the content from the Russian side because our president is bound to misspeak again. Everywhere this man goes he leaves a trail of chaos, and yet his poll numbers are still good. And that brings me to another method to stay calm. Tequila, anyone?