Love Creative Energy

Fear Reactive Energy

Our reactivity lives in our attached fear.

Our creativity lives in our Whole Gnowing, from our Hearts, in our Compassion and our Love.

We are Egalitarianists +++!


As directed by our founders, the founders of the country in which we were born, of our parents.

I feel compelled to remind myself and my fellow US Americans, despite all the deluge of thought disruption that we are constantly pummeled by, what our role was in the leadership of this new country, as clearly defined in our most founding document, The United States Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776.

Here’s the bottom line. If we are busy in the world, seeking out the “Established” ways, and trying to fit into them, then we are failing our role as The People of the United States of America.

Other nations generally despise us, largely because we have not risen to our individual sovereign power, as our most founding folks seem to have hoped for.

I think I’m gonna have to go out in the public square, in full 1776 garb, and read the DOI, with special emphasis on who has the “Duty” to see to it that the government serves THE PEOPLE.

The principles and values, so beautifully described in our Declaration of Independence, have been unfortunately forgotten by WE THE PEOPLE, and deliberately shrouded by the social, cultural, and financial, “Establishment“.

We are Egalitarianists +++!

We Americans



Graphic source: http://matkovenglish.wikispaces.com/Romeo+and+Juliet

There are 3 comments left Go To Comment

  1. Diane /

    AHO! Indeed!

  2. Maureen /

    Would like to encourage people to watch this video of the peaceful revolt of the water protectors of Standing Rock, ND. This is a good example of how important it is to voice in a strong yet peaceful and loving way our values. This group is voicing the need to respect our land, our water, our people and ourselves. Take responsibility to let your voice be heard.


  3. Bo /

    It’s our duty to replace a government that is no longer serving the needs of its people. AHO!

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