We are all at a crossroads, and the horizon is darkening rapidly. The power structure wields weapons of unimaginable destruction, they can only do so because of the order-followers that carry out their insanity. As the saying goes, “We have seen the enemy, and they are us”. It is up to us, the people, all of us, to refuse any further participation in the insanity. It is up to us to fully investigate and fully face the whole truth. It is up to us to prioritize the fight for the greater good because we owe that debt to our children, to the planet, and to the whole. Make your voice heard, while you can, while it can still matter.
Dane Wigington. geoengineeringwatch.org.
It’s true, we are facing a point in time where we’ve reached the crossroads in our life time, our generation, our children, our grandchildren, and even for some of us fortunate enough to be blessed to see before us, our great grandchildren.
This is a point in our time where the likes of you and I must start making some seriously crucial decisions, start taking some responsibilities, start questioning the mentality of those who claim to be our representatives in politics.
Is it true that our earthquakes are man made? Or are the connections just a timely contribution to Ina Maka making herself known that she isn’t happy with man and his abuse upon her? Has man forgotten that Ina Maka is a living, nourishing, life supporting system? Why is it so persistently important to extract out-of-date fossil fuels? Why is it such a reckless act to cause pollution as we do, yet not be held accountable for creating such a dirty pollutant by corporate negligence? Why is it that our political leaders will not listen to their people, but rather act in favour of any corrupt corporation? How can any government pass into law a bill created under a terrorist act, to be used against the protesters/protectors, arrested and labelled as terrorists? Who are the real terrorists?
We have seen the enemy . . . as the enemy we face is our very own political representatives . . . and the enemy are us . . . because we’ve allowed our enemy to operate beyond their means of capacity, outside of their jurisdiction for too long, and it’s only now, that we’re finally starting to really see our politicians for what they really are. We’ve come out of our shells, and started our revolution, a revolution in taking back what’s ours, through prayer, respect, compassion, honesty, generosity, humility, wisdom, through the return of people power of peace, for peace, by peace.
Through prayer, respect, compassion, honesty, generosity, humility, wisdom, we can become the part of full investigation, and face the full truth as a whole. To prioritize our fight for greater good, we need to make changes to our political system and those who run it within the parliamentary arena. This is a debt far bigger than any living financial debt we owe. We owe it to the generations that follow our path, so it’s our responsibility to clean up this mess, for the reasons and purposes of our children, and all generations of inhabitants that follow from us, don’t have live in and go through the same relentless suffering we have put ourselves through, under the disrespectful negligence of our politicians and their incompetence. We owe it to our Ina Maka, our Unci Maka, our Tunkasila, our Wakan Tanka, for they gave to us freely so we could live and walk in balance of beauty all around us. It’s time to make your voice heard. If you cannot, or wish not to speak up for yourself, for whatever reason you choose, then ask someone to speak for you. It’s time for my voice to be heard, and I shall offer to speak for you, for I’m not afraid to speak out, and what I have got to say, has to be said. And what I’m saying, has been written right here, for all to see. The time is now, while you and I can, while everything still matters.
Wakan Tanka, Wowahwala mak’uye hecel taku blutokca owakihi sni hena iwacu kte,
Na Wo’ohitika un taku blutkca owakihi kin hena ecamun kte
Na Woksape un lena slolwayinkte.
Great Mystery, grant me the Serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
Courage to change the things I can,
and the Wisdom to know the difference.
Toksa ake wacinyakin kte. I will see you again eventually.
Wakan Tanka kici un. May the Great Mystery bless you.