I usually am really good at keeping my mind focused and on task when it comes to what I spend my time on, what I read, watch, and listen to. The recent happenings in Ferguson have effected me quite a bit. I mean think about it.
People shot and/or killed for doing things that most Americans do. Yes, things you do daily. Have you ever shopped at Walmart? Have you ever walked to the local corner store to buy something real quick. Not that Walmarts or corner stores across our nation will be effected by this but the chances are, I’ll be eliminating the very few reasons I’d have to go to either of these places.
Car accident… knock on the nearest door to ask for help.
Corner store… who’s watching the neighborhood? Someone who wants to shoot someone.
Walmart… holding merchandise that they sell in the store.
Barbershop… broke up a fight.
Corner store… again… this time it’s the jakes.
Called 911 for assistance to stop a robbery… dispatched officers killed the guy who called them for help.
Went to Vegas…mistaken for a homeless drug addict, cuffed, then shot.
Answered the door holding a Wii remote controller… playing video games?
Getting fast food… don’t get out of your car.
How about, got kidnapped, escaped… shot while running from where they were held and tortured.
For the record, I don’t live any closer to the places where these lives were taken than you do and I do not know the REAL story behind what actually transpired. These have all taken place this year, 2014.
With that said, do you go to the store?
– or the Barbershop?
– Have you ever called 911 for help?
– Have you ever processed a welfare check?
– Do you want to go to Las Vegas?
– Do you play video games?
– Fast food?! (I don’t care for taco bell, but sh*t.)
– Ever been in a car accident?
A, supposed, unarmed person has been killed in each of these scenarios.
Could have been you. Could have been me, or my son. Could have been one of my neighbors. Could have been your father or your mother. Who’s to say, next time… ?
This has all lowered my vibration quite a bit. And, I’m pretty sure it has lowered the vibration of quite a few others.
This is what “they” want.
They don’t want you to wake up from this horrible dream.
A lot of people throughout social media are asking, “What can I do about this?”
What can you do to change things?
What can you do to change the world?
First, change you. Be the best you, you can possibly be. Whatever that means for you, do it. No matter how long it takes, or how painful the transformation may be, you are charged with becoming the best version of yourself you can become. Do it now, ready or not.
Second, when you have the opportunity to be right or to be kind, be kind. You are not doing this for whoever you’re in front of (although they will think you are), do it for you. Small and consistent acts of kindness will raise your vibration, quickly and effectively while also raising the vibration of others around you.
Third, once you’re the best you can be (which hopefully means you’re working out regularly and eating a clean and substantial diet), you can fully detoxify yourself and maybe, just maybe, you’ll start to open up to the possibilities around you. The process of becoming the best you you possibly can be will open new doors of opportunity for you. Go through them and stack the odds unevenly in your favor. Do it. Enjoy it, while you can.
Conquer your fears. Do this or be held back by them for all of your days.
The time is over for coddling our children and those that are offended or afraid of the truth. You are they first person who needs to stop believing the lies.
The truth is you are an infinite being manifested in the physical plane of this existence. 99% of the human being is completely unexplainable, unseeable, unsensable. You can’t touch it, or smell it. The other 1% is what you think you are. Become the whole you.
I’m not here to teach anybody anything, I’m only reminding you of what you already know. Now, right now, is the time to do something about it.
Don’t let them get you.
Go, be great, I will do the same.