I realize how fragile our society truly is. How many of us live with fear just under the surface hidden by a false sense of security or calm. The day the toilet paper sold out speaks volumes.
Our country was sold out on the backs of hard working people to a group of corporate sponsors and money hungry vipers. Cheap labor overseas, corporate farms, pesticides, vaccines, yes vaccines, cheap polluted medicine, and parts from other countries that fall apart in short order.
It was good once. Barbie dolls were passed down to our little girls, foods fresh from local farmers and furniture that lasted for generations. We were healthier without as many chronic conditions polluting our bodies.
We’ve become a cesspool of toxic poison and broken parts all in the name of few at the expense of many.
I’m awake. Are you?
Our medical system failing in time of need, compassion going out the window, our world is waxing cold all the while people horde the toilet paper in a crisis and leaving a populous confused. Who would have thought… toilet paper?
The mad dash to empty stores of basic necessities during the calm before the storm shows how fragile our society is, the fear under the surface, the paranoia of what’s to come. Jesus, come quickly, our world needs to change, to be cleansed from the greed and uncertainty, the pain and the sorrows. We need to reset.
I don’t know what tomorrow brings. Will I survive the virus? Will there be food enough to feed us in the coming weeks and months? Will the fragile world fall apart and be broken into pieces or will we pick ourselves up by our bootstraps and say no more? No more greed, hate, broken systems,leaving people to suffer.
Fix our health care. Fix our government. Bring back our workers, farm to table, real goods, the way it use to be where we can be proud of what we bring to the table. Fix this!
No more wolves in sheep’s clothing, smearing the truth, the way, and the life. Bring the light back and let us see through the darkness. Let us see. Wake up!
Quit hording the toilet paper!!