It’s appalling the tone of the nation and society today.
These constant waves of hatred, racism, and permission allowed to act out due to fear are debilitating and discouraging.
I hear people debating sides claiming how well the economy is doing and we should look at the overall picture—don’t just react, they say. Let’s remember its politics. Politics is messy and never 100% honest, but let’s choose to have a heart like Tin Man, shall we?
Whereas it’s disproportionate who is thriving in this supposed better economy, the conversation of the economy is irrelevant when lives are being snuffed out.
It’s a shame that violence against certain races is justified under the guise of protection.
It’s a shame that people are unhealthy on so many levels.
It’s a shame that people take advantage and thrive off others’ trauma.
It's a shame that power and control have clutched the lives of our society.
How can we shift our thinking to refuse to live in that fear and anger?
What steps can we take to refuse to give power to those who intimidate or create opaqueness; where words such as defiance, attack, impossible accountability, obtuseness, and sinister surround them?
I loosely pay attention to astrology. Some outlines are worth considering. I kept coming across the mention of The Age of Aquarius; it’s an astrological age that we're dealing with now?
This is what I’ve read:
“Astrologers believe that an astrological age affects humanity, possibly by influencing the rise and fall of civilizations or cultural tendencies.”
“A common position expressed by many astrologers sees the Age of Aquarius as that time when humanity takes control of the Earth and its destiny as its rightful heritage, with the destiny of humanity being the revelation of truth and the expansion of consciousness, and that some people will experience mental enlightenment in advance of others and therefore be recognized as the new leaders in the world.”
What is humanity’s rightful heritage?
Well, the definition of humanity is “the entire human race or the characteristics that belong uniquely to human beings, such as kindness, mercy, and sympathy.” It is an “innate capacity for interest in the well being of others. In its more developed expressions, it motivates respectful, helpful, valuing, nurturing, protective, and altruistic behaviors.”
The symbol for Aquarius depicts waves of water, a flow of energy or wavelength. I’m onboard with flowing towards the more “developed expressions” of the rightful heritage of humanity.
My thoughts: We continue to climb and be supported by the 400-year old heap of the fallen (slavery). You are only 224 years old (America)—our strengths, grit and resilience come from different places; it's a different energy. Your fear keeps attacking thinking this will level the playing field, but it keeps us looking down on you.
There will always be those who continue with their privilege and quivering ego.
Because we know our power is deep, unwavering, and intangible, we will continue being noble, royal, stable, and benevolent—RISING.
When you rise, you win.
Thanks for being here.