I am angry. It is interesting that I should write an article about anger. My colleagues used to say that nothing could make me angry. I just did not have an angry gene in me.
Today, I’m angry.
I am angry that 17 kids got shot in their school last February.
I am angry that 11 kids die every day from texting while driving.
I am angry that 28 people a day die from alcohol-impaired driving crashes in the US.
I am angry that 115 Americans die every day of an opioid overdose.
I am angry that 685 Americans die each day because of medical errors.
I am angry that 1 in 45 children have been identified with autism spectrum disorder (2015).
I am angry that 58,000 children of divorce are court ordered to live with the parent who beats them, molests them, rapes them… and sometimes kills them.
I am angry that over a million children under the age of six are currently on psychiatric drugs in America.
I am angry that Kuwait has now the world’s most obese population, thanks to American corporations opening fast food chains in the Middle East. The market was dwindling in the United States, so they had to find new victims.
I am angry that the fluoride in our water is a known neurotoxin, which turns the pineal gland into stone, leading to dire physical and mental issues.
I am angry that 200-300 plant and animal species are disappearing from our beautiful planet, every day, because of air pollution (chemtrails).
Angry! Shouldn’t we all be?
These problems could be avoided. They are not. The challenges faced by our society today are daunting. We CANNOT hide our heads in the sand and hope that all will be well.
You probably heard these words, “Be angry and sin not.” We need to be angry, yet not take our anger to destructive levels. First, check facts, carefully. There is science and pseudo-science. Watch out which one you hold onto.
From rose-colored glasses…
I grew up in Switzerland, with a loving family. My childhood heroes were Heidi and Pollyanna. We took long walks in the mountains with my parents and brothers. Almost every summer, we spent three weeks hiking in the Alps. I was trained to look for the good in any situation.
Look for it, you will find it. That was my motto, for most of my life. It took a big “thump in the head” and “arrows through my heart” to realize that looking at the world with rose-colored glasses did not make it so.
Not everybody is nice… not everybody has our best interests at heart. When I worked as an attorney’s assistant, I felt bad for these poor criminals. “They must have had a horrible childhood to behave like that. They need help.” Not all people with a bad childhood turn evil. It’s a choice.
… to jail
As my divorce started and for two full years, I kept sending loving energy to my ex-husband, his attorney, the judge, to all who just did not seem to understand. Then, I met other people, mostly mothers, who were into this “Alice in Wonderland” process, where good is called bad and bad is called good.
I learned about babies who were getting raped or shot to death, children being drowned, and about teenagers committing suicide… all because the court (with full knowledge) ordered the kids to live with the dangerous, abusive parent.
My children were court ordered to live with their father, a child molester/rapist, who was beating them and depriving them of food. I was considered “dangerous.” I was baking my own bread and feeding them organic food. I am not kidding. It’s in black and white.
As teenagers, they ran away, twice.
The second time, my oldest daughter (age 23, out of the custody battle and protecting her younger siblings) and I were arrested. My 15-year old daughter was pulled out of her room at gunpoint. Back to the father the four younger ones went. My oldest daughter spent four days in jail and was given a choice: pay her father’s attorney fees… or stay in jail for another two months. I spent six months in maximum security, with murderers and drug dealers, for a crime I never committed.
A rude awakening
That was my big thump in the head. I did not see my kids for two years: arrows through my heart.
There was a custody evaluation: not one paragraph was true in a 13-page report. Lies followed lies. It rattled me deeply. How could a psychologist, a colleague… do that???
Family courts around the nation (even around the world now) have become billion dollar businesses. It’s not about justice or protecting children. It’s about money. I was not aware… most people are not.
Later, I worked on the 9/11 “other-than-official-story,” and became a speaker focusing on cognitive dissonance. “Why do we prefer to hear untruth, rather than something that rattles our beliefs?” I started to learn about corporations poisoning our food, water, the air, and vaccines.
And I am angry. But I am also hopeful and confident.
The other side of the coin is that there are more and more people who have the courage to blow the whistle on what’s truly happening around the world. Del Bigtree is one of them. I love what he has to share as he makes sure it’s backed up by true science.
We have people like Lynne McTaggart, who is conducting scientific studies on the power of intention and prayer. And power there is. Next month, I’ll write about amazing results obtained when we tap into the Field with prayer and intention.
Together, we can change the world with a two-prong approach: prayer-meditation-intention, being positive and loving, living a great example, AND saying, “STOP, NO MORE, NOT ON MY WATCH!”