There Were No Soldiers

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There Were No Soldiers

There were no soldiers watching over us. How could they know what was taking place? They could not guard children in their own homes from the hands of parents and “uncles”.  They could not stand guard over our beds at night or order people to stop hurting us.  They could not stand watch in churches where priests used religion to molest us.  They could not stand in schools where janitors lured children into their lair to touch us.  They could not stop them from polluting our food, water, air and earth.  They could not stop them from controlling our minds through television, schools, books religion and music.  They could not stop the satanic spells that were placed everywhere, music, television, movies,etc.  They could not protect themselves from false wars designed to kill them and set one good people against another.  They could not know that there was no divisiveness only that which was created to dominate and control the world.  They fought believing they were protecting our country when they were just being led to the slaughter of good people.

They could not protect us from how they developed sports to create more duality and distraction, to divide families. They could not protect us from how they developed racism to pit people against one another when the truth was always unity and divinity of all.  They could not protect us from them stealing our money and creating class systems so people again felt divided.

And not the time of great forgiveness is here as we all remember our divinity, our connection to each other and the source from which we all came. We forgive those who wished and intended us harm and death because in our divinity we are all one.  We came from the one and to the one we will return.  We send our love and forgiveness to them and to ourselves for creating this experience.  Love is the answer to every question.

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About pamster55

I have meditated since age 11 and have loved everything about nature since very young. I was a licensed clinical social worker for 27 years working with children, adolescents, adults, students, families and couples. I maintain a small private practice now. I am very committed to the environment and using my education and experience to make this world a better place. I love reading and writing, sewing, knitting, drawing and painting. Creativity and nature are my passions.
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