- Mar 13, 2017
Good for you, I like to see a strong woman. I hope that doesn't sound patronizing though. My thoughts mostly come from my personal experience, so I'm not trying to play hero or anything. Although if someone were to want some heroism. I would pretty much be right there.Thanks
thanks aero. Not looking for answers though so no sweat.
If I got him through years of actual solitary confinement I’ll get him through this. His shadow side definately met its match in me.. cuz I don’t play that shit, never have. I didn’t spend the last twenty years for that fucker to win now. I will bitch slap his projections lol.. and he knows it on every level. This will be a walk in the park for us compared to actual solitary. Atleast we have phones and physical contact inside our own walls.
But on a larger scale for people who’ve never experienced anything remotely like this.. I’m a lot less hopeful. This could go one of two ways.. and I’m very nervous it’s going to go in the wrong direction. Though unsure.. a life coaching thing I set up years ago and has been dormant ever since keeps getting hits unexpectedly so maybe it won’t turn out too bad if that’s an indication of people looking in the right places. Idk. I’m confused right now myself.
I get why people have lost hope. The Dali Lama would tell us to be kind, and gentle but unfortunately, there is a time when people have to fight. To be clear, my main issue with positivity preaching is it can lead to people not solving problems. Basically it's a great message, but it's not taking hold in a forward-moving way.
Whatever people believe or any genuine facts of this pandemic, one certainty is that the virus was a greater force than what humanity was prepared to deal with. People have said, pandemics are nothing new. Which raises a good point, but also defeats itself because if it's nothing new, why do we get crushed by pandemics? That's why I say we need to solve these preparedness problems and fight anyone who gets in the way.