I wanted to share this very sad but powerful post by the author of this lovely blog I follow.
I don’t normally post political posts on this blog but I could not let this blog post go unnoticed by others.
My readers will remember that I’ve been an activist all my life and even more so as an adult. Even as I child, it broke my heart to see migrant worker’s children treated so badly by other children in school. I watched racial issues divide students in my schools. Since I’ve always been very spiritual as well, I just never understood this need to separate from others, treat others poorly, feel I was better than someone else. It just makes no sense to me.
It is horrible that this young student written about in this post, had to withstand these hate crimes in his school and even worse that the administration did nothing. I feel that Donald Trump and his reality show imagined run for presidency, with all his blustery bullying belligerent and demeaning rhetoric and racism is making things even worse in this country. The fact that the media eats is up and even acknowledges that they give him more press than any other candidate as his violent show biz style sells more news is even worse.
It is time for the shift into the light and it is time NOW! It is time for all of us to realize we are ONE, divine, created to live in light and love, supporting each other and this beautiful planet.
I am so ready….for this darkness to be over and for humanity to shine!
This journey of mine, my search for God’s face has been redemptive, forcing me to hurtle headlong into the confines of my faults and contradictions with the expectation that I will exit from the other side – unburdened, fortified and ready to do what has been mandated for me.
It has been said that it gets more difficult as you come closer to the shores of victory, but being cognizant of this fact ensures that I won’t drown in those shallow waters.
My faith in humanity has been shaken on a number of occasions, but I am comforted in the realization that this is the lot of humanity – its consistent inconsistency.
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