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On this day, dedicated to mothers, let's proclaim our duty to protect and honor everyone, but especially the women of our planet. Let's gather together and be united in our desire to make this world a better place through respect, tolerance and understanding.
The recently discovered crime in Cleveland, Ohio has impacted me, as I'm sure it has everyone. The insanity of the situation, the incredible arrogance of the criminal and heinousness of the crime stuns me.
It's long overdue for this nation to embrace women as equal partners on this journey. No matter what anyone says, there still isn't equality between men and women and it infuriates me. Strides have been made, but there's still a lot of ground to cover.
Why are we clinging to many of the more dogmatic entitlements of a patriarchal society? Some of this mind-set is rooted in archaic traditions that tenaciously cling to our culture, keeping us from evolving. Whether it's based on genuine belief, fear of change or losing control, all of it needs revisiting. Any culture that abides prejudice is living in denial.
We're horrified at the actions of a maniac who snatches children off the street and imprisons them, but how is this even a possibility in the Twenty-first Century? How have we created a society where such atrocities, and others, still take place?
I don't have an answer. I wish I did. I do have a suggestion that I know will help at least a little; be kind and pass that kindness along.
To all men, please respect women and never lose sight that our mothers, wives, daughters, aunts, in fact all women, give and have sacrificed more than we can begin to understand. They've carried and cared for our beloved children, fed them from their own bodies and done whatever was necessary to raise them, increasingly without a man in the picture. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 1 out of every 3 children in America is being raised without a father figure in the home.
To women, I ask that you respect yourselves and each other. You're stronger than you know and although I've had women tell me that they have full equality now, I've had many, many more show me that we're nowhere near that goal.
I've watched women deal with issues that men rarely have to encounter, such as revisiting child support, getting a home loan as a single person, starting a business, being respected by male coworkers, buying a car, being a firefighter or officer of the law, being in the service, getting time off from work, dating safely, walking down the street, and please feel free to add to this list as you see fit.
Don't stop pushing for change and never give up.
Leon Panetta reported that as many as 19,000 military sexual assaults occur each year. Another statistic says that 20% of women in the military are subject to some sort of sexual assault every year, compared to 1% of men. Yet, these women are putting their lives on the line every single day, just as their male counterparts do.
All of this boils down to respect, pure and simple.
Someone who abducts girls off of the street and imprisons them for years is obviously a sociopath, but he may also be the reflection of a deeper sickness in our culture.
For example, I had frequent occasions to be around men during the Mary Kay Letourneau situation. You may recall that she was the youngish teacher who had a sexual affair with a thirteen year old boy in her class. Many of the men, considered pillars of our society, gave a wink and grin when discussing this case. I'd respond with, "what if he were your son," or, "what if she were a lesbian and preyed on a girl instead?" They didn't like me much.
The point is that this way of thinking is a holdover from another time, one that needs to end now.
As a man, I wish I could speak for all of us and offer an apology to women for the insensitivity and callousness you face. As it is, I only can offer it to you from my own heart. I wish I could change our culture to be sure that another child won't be snatched and held by a man who feels entitled to do so. I pray that our daughters and granddaughters to come will be treated as equals and loved for who they are.
More than anything else, I wish you all, women and men alike, happiness. Only when we know in our hearts that we value others based on their merit and not on their gender, ethnicity or any of the other ridiculous divisions between us, only then can we be strong and healthy. After all, we're all connected. If we disrespect anyone, we disrespect all, including ourselves.
I'm sorry to rant and rave, but my heart is broken for those poor girls, and for all who've been victimized. Enough is enough.
To everyone, but especially to mothers, past, present and future, whether you've raised your own children or not, I wish you a Happy Mother's Day filled with love, respect and joy.
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Sometimes it is very hard to tell what is true. I have noticed a trend in the media this week. Everyone seems to be accusing everyone else of lying. This isn't exactly new, but it seems to be intensified lately. Whenever a big event occurs somewhere in the world and the media covers it I feel my internal lie detector go off. I have a deception detector built in as part of my Psychic gifts. It comes in handy at times, but is not infallible. I usually know when I am being lied to, but I don't always know what the lie is about.
I find it interesting that all I have to do is turn on the news and my deception detector goes off like a fire alarm. So, I have 2 conflicting feelings about this. The first is that most of the stuff on the news doesn't matter and I should just turn it off. The second is that sometimes it is really important to know the truth about some things, and I need a way to be able to tell what is truth. So I have come up with a 2 step test to discern what is truth around me. I hope you find it useful!
The first step is to ask myself, "Does this situation actually apply to me?" There have been a couple of high profile murder cases in the news lately that people are screaming to the rooftops about. When I ask myself, does this murder trial have any relevance in my life; the answer is a resounding "No." Ok, so I stop there. If something doesn't apply to me, isn't really my business, or is just negative and unnecessary for me, then the truth test is over. I remind myself to move on to more important things. If the answer to this question is yes, then move on to the next step.
The second step is to activate your own deception detector, which is usually in your Heart Chakra. Oh yes, we all have one! Simply sit quietly for a few moments, and bring your attention to your Heart Chakra. Feel the energy there, it will feel like an ocean wave or a vibration. Once you feel it, ask this simple question. "Is this truth?" You will feel the answer in your heart. Go with your very first feeling. This is not a time for analysis and proof, this is all about how truth feels.
You can use this process of discernment on any issue you like. Just be sure to be honest with the first question. In this age of endless information we tend to forget that not everything is our business or our problem. This is not the time to take on the worlds issues. Use this discernment process in your own life to resolve your own questions. Everyone else can do the same for themselves.
This may sound funny coming from a Psychic, but I don't like eavesdropping on other people. I only do it when I have permission. I recommend you do the same. We have plenty of our own problems to resolve, who needs to worry about other people's stuff, too?
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