Random Thoughts to Share
Last night I lay in bed thinking, finally going to sleep with these thoughts. I think them appropriate for the day we are celebrating today.
The Inuits (Eskimos) say the Earth has tilted, but the Earth is always at a tilt. That tilt also spins (wobbles), like a spinning top as it slows down, so the tilt could be facing a new direction, and soon a new North Star. But the Earth also circles the Sun, which is really a misnomer because it really doesn’t make a circle since the Sun is also traveling as it “circles” the center of the galaxy. (https://youtu.be/0jHsq36_NTU) So our Earth really spirals around the Sun, as do the other planets, as our Sun travels through alternately dense and clear portions of space – supernova and dark matter. Dense could mean “hot” since particles closely aligned working to create something new could be very hot. We may not be completely at fault for our weather changes. There’s a lot to consider, even the history of what has happened on our planet in the past – the loss of a high civilization to rival our own. There is so much we don’t know, but are only just getting hints about. Knowledge is opening up to us quicker than we can absorb it all. The one thing for sure is that we are a contributing factor to all our current situations, and to change that we have to change our way of living.
Those in charge really don’t want that, but without change we are doomed. Maybe that’s what they want, but if you are like me, I don’t want it. I can’t accept our end when we are only beginning to become who we are meant to be. And the changes we are experiencing are (and will be) both gradual and abrupt. Watch societies as they demand change. Watch nature as it changes – volcanos, earthquakes, seasons, storms and, most of all, time and dimensions as the fractals expand. Consider you own situation and that inner something that says things aren’t right and you need to do something about it. Think about it. Consider your possibilities before something else changes things for you.
Even with all the HAARP grids being built, geoengeineering, and chemtrails being released, it will be Mother Nature who will call the shots. It doesn’t matter how many bullets are released and how many are killed. We may count them the lucky ones when whatever torque is working on our planet now is unleashed in all its fury. Be prepared. PTSD will set in; shock will make you stand and stare until you understand what you see, a changed landscape no doubt, but how long will it take to accept it? Can you survive it? Many won’t, and again, we may count them the lucky ones because life will be very difficult for a long while, at minimum a year, but more likely, many years. Just think about it.
Even if Revelations in the Bible was written by Satan himself to tell what will come, in the end the bad guys lose. Maybe some of us stop them, maybe Mother Nature steps in, but regardless of how it occurs, they are doomed and they know it. That’s why they want to take as many of us with them as they can. Misery loves company, but we have to be stronger than that. Look them in the eye and say “NO!” – a resounding “NO!” Don’t follow their path. Don’t let them suck you in or mind manipulate you or deceive you with false promises. Even alone you are stronger than all of them. Don’t let them fool you. Don’t let them instill fear in your heart or you are lost. Yes, many strange things will happen we may not initially comprehend, but if your heart is true, you will survive, in this life or the next. You are part of the collective consciousness after all, and in that, as we think more and more alike in our aims, it will come true. Thoughts have power, even Solomon knew that.
None need be lost, except to this life, but then only on good terms, not evil ones. Remember all the stories where the good guys win. We’re the good guys. We have to be. We have to win! Eventually the Earth will settle and take care of us, so we must always remember, and take care of her because she will awaken a new being just as we will. And those who are reborn will remember us, and life will be glorious and abundant as we have learned through chaos to love and care for one another. We are all one. We have to stand together for we will surely perish alone.
Have a Happy Earth Day and make this one count!
Judith Victoria Douglas
It seems your average American is aware they’re getting screwed, but the lube is so well made, they have no idea how hard.
When one looks at the current culture of America, with its worship of celebrity, it’s lust for personal riches, nice cars, and brand names, it’s easy to see how deluded the money masters really have the public—and scary how hard they’re bending the truth. No one you know has the kind of money they should have and deserve, though they have been brainwashed to pretend they do to those around them, the credit system we all live on allows that, for now; and this revealing and simple to follow video visually illustrates the actual current state of how money is spread in America:
So as you can see, the average American has next to nothing compared to how much money the Federal Reserve has printed. The bottom…
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“Conspiracy theorists,” as we are called by people ignorant of the truth and under the spell of the corporate media, government, and Hollywood, are those who aren’t buying the things the mainstream media is selling them. The official stories of major events the news has been showing have been shown to be lies–no doubt about it. Some people haven’t taken the time to look into these things themselves because the TV got to them first, and right away label those opposing the TV’s story a “crazy conspiracy theorist,” which is exactly what the TV has told them to say.
I, not too long ago, was the same. I called people conspiracy theorists for saying 9/11 was an inside job, as the TV and other major media sources had said they are, until I finally looked into what the conspiracy theorists were saying and saw the proof for myself–and they were right…
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With all the outlandish changes in our rights the conservatives have come up with this is an important one.
The Conservative plan for a ‘Bill of Rights’ has been made public by David Allen Green (@JackofKent) here.
I’m sure there will be detailed analyses of it by people far more expert than me – but there was one particular thing in the proposals that drew my attention. The idea is to:
Limit the use of Human Rights laws to the most serious cases. They will no longer apply in trivial cases.
So what counts as trivial? Who decides what is trivial? This may seem like a trivial question, but it really isn’t, particularly when you consider the nature of human rights. What is trivial to one person is far from trivial to another – so who it is who makes that judgment, and on what basis, is critical. As someone who works primarily in the field of privacy, this is an issue that comes up all the time…
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Amazing, Isn’t It?
Yes. It is.
How many authors do you actually know?
Now your friend is one.
The key word there is friend.
This was your friend before. Becoming an author doesn’t change that.
Sure, you can tease your friend about this, if your relationship ordinarily involves teasing.
But your friendship is based on more than just teasing:
- You support one another. Even if one of you writes a book.
- You’re honest with one another. Even if you think the book isn’t quite, well, you know.
- You know each other well. How to get on one another’s nerves. How to put things gently. So you can figure out the right way to share honest feedback.
- You motivate one another. So in addition to honest feedback, you’ll provide encouragement, motivation, and direction.
Your friend wrote a book. That’s a huge accomplishment. Treat it as such.
There are some things you…
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Don’t forget… wise words seldom heeded.
Please don’t forget, writers write to be read. We don’t — for the most part, that is — write for therapy ( I hate that thought wherever it is expressed for I no longer write for therapeutic reasons; I may have done so when I was 14 years old and in a perpetual state of angst but now I write for the sake of writing, for the love of writing, for the joy of reading. )
At any rate, please don’t forget, a book is meant to be read — once it is written.
The novelist’s greatest joy is to write the novel, but the novel’s joy lies in the mind of its reader.
When I decided to self-publish I felt the excitement of holding that very first book in my hand. It was real, and really happening. It was much like giving birth when you’re amazed something you’ve known to happen to others could actually happen to you. It wasn’t just a dream anymore.
The awe-struck feeling didn’t last long enough before another feeling slowly crept in. It was the awareness that others would now know who you are and what you had done. That set in a little fear of others judging you based on the work you did. What if no one liked it? What if it was really bad and only you thought it was good? The nagging inner voice of doubt has struck.
I begged for others whom I trusted to read my work and assure me I hadn’t failed in my attempt. It’s taken two years and more unresponsive or noncommittal friends and family than genuinely responsive, then a few very good reviews before the slow process of believing in myself began. Even though I now accept I can write well and many will like it, the occasional nagging inner voice of doubt lingers. I wonder if its good enough? I think it will be a continuous up and down battle to close off that voice with each new publication.
As more and more strangers report good things it gets easier, but it’s not like the eleven books, with a total of seventeen publications (some just ebooks), in two years brought in a flood of fans. At least not ones who actually buy the books. Few Indie authors experience that. It’s the gifts and free giveaways that you hope will feed your doubts with good reviews, but never materialize that really disappoint. We are such a vulnerable lot, and very egocentric when it comes to these feelings.
We support each other with likes and votes and sharing posts, with occasional purchases, and sometimes reviews, but it’s still a difficult road to travel down. We’re mostly alone. It’s the nature of our craft. Continuing to immerse ourselves in imaginary places with imaginary people doing imaginary things keeps us busy. If we stay busy maybe the fear won’t come, maybe the doubt will stay away and maybe even a few books will sell. Of those maybe a few reviews will materialize to help erase any remaining doubt.
All of us go through this to some degree. HERE is another blog with steps to follow to overcome some of these feelings of vulnerability and help you keep on keeping on so no one is shattered by disappointing comments or downright meanness. Become strong because the naysayers are out there and when things begin to look good they could strike you down. Be prepared. Become strong. Then it won’t matter if others don’t approve. Enough will.
Due to the time I spend on social media I was very interested in this blog post enlightening me on the how and why posting works. It focuses on Twitter, which is not my favorite for posting or communicating, but the percentages apply across the board. How much “selling” or “personal posting” do you do? And is it working for you?