Fighting the tea party, fighting other religions or non-religions, fighting anyone who doesn’t agree with our views just keeps us all form pointing to the real causes of our collective global crises. Follow the money, and in every case you’ll end up at the big bankers, who seek global domination. They are succeeding and we help them when we are polarized against each other.
Get informed, speak up, and connect with others.
Buy and invest responsibly and locally.
Audit the federal reserve.
Keep the internet fair and open.
Support independent media.
Support organic, non GMO farming.
Require election and campaign finance reform.
Advocate for renewable and free energy.
Bring integrity and healing to our current condition. Limit government control to the protection of individual rights and the commons. Live solely by voluntary cooperation: Rules, but no rulers.
I am one of those nervous nelly types who reacts physically to mental upsets. I get a sore throat and diarrhea if my boyfriend and I have an argument. Once I even threw up. The consequence is that I have many activities to help with mental harmony. I have a special grounding meditation. I like massage and acupuncture. Exercise helps. So does listening to the right music. Writing is a near cure-all for mental imbalance (isn’t that a nice way to describe being somewhat high strung?).
The thing that is rather a paradox is that when I’m all in mental order, I am one of the most laid back, relaxed people I know. I remind myself of a Thoroughbred horse. When they are happy, they are some of the mellowist, brightest, most easygoing creatures on earth. But get them in a dither and watch out. Actually, I am feeling great kinship right at the moment with these, my favorite breed of the horse world. I have had a few Thoroughbreds who got diarrhea when they were upset. Maybe I’m not so weird after all. Or maybe I should just have been born a horse.