Slipping, Losing The Grip

Published June 20, 2018 by tindertender

Photo by Ali Morshedlou

I am amazed at those who consider it okay for the young ones to pay for their parents perceived breaking of country laws. The closer I look at this the more I see that it is a habitual fact that blankets the whole of the world.

So many people think that by causing the children to suffer it will deter the adults, it will be sufficient force to manipulate minds and get the ‘desired results’.

We can see plainly that the norm has been, and still is, one of fear and torment, of imprisonment and forced silence. “Bend to our will, or we will make you and your entire family suffer!!”

There is something seriously wrong with this thought process … something in grave error of the mind. The crazys point fingers while they spin and roll in their slop, pretending to be one of the good guys, pretending that crazy doesn’t look like they do.

There is a magnified rejection of these types of ‘rule’. People for generations, the world over, have experienced these things time and time again. The truth of it lives in the DNA that is carried forth through lineage, through blood … trauma does not disappear, it is embedded in the form, in the subconscious of all who have come after, who still bear the deepest scars of their heritage.

The minds of the population may have been sleeping and forgetful, but the Spirit remembers, the subconscious knows, and these latest schemes and tactics are causing memories to surface.

The walls are tumbling down … and I wonder if they even know it yet.

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