Goal Setting Motivation Resilience

We Are One: Spread the Word

REBLOGGED: “I’m writing this to encourage those with an open mind to share this message of love and tolerance with everyone.  Spread it far and wide.  Preach hope and love and tolerance and goodwill toward all.  Plant seeds of acceptance in the mind of everyone you meet.”

Pointless Overthinking

we are one

By Troy Headrick

I realize that this blog is not primarily a place for political writing, but bear with me for a paragraph or two.  Though this piece is going to have a political start, it’s going to end up being about culture and human relations and teaching.  In it, I’ll even make a recommendation about actions we need to take during this scary political moment in world history.

I had a piece written for Pointless Overthinking that I planned on posting today, but then something happened this past weekend that made me reconsider.  If you’re not an American and don’t consider yourself very political, you may not realize that President Trump—I always shudder when I type “President” before his name—is terribly corrupt and acts like a dictator wannabe.  Because of this, he’s been investigated, by all sorts of investigative bodies, since the day he took office.  This past weekend…

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2 comments

  1. Thanks for reblogging my post! I often hear from people who tell me they aren’t into politics. I truly believe the time is fast approach when we can no longer remain aloof and uncommitted. If we don’t get engaged. if we don’t fight for what’s right. If we let fascists and authoritarians set the agenda and slowly erode our rights, we’re going to wake up in a dark place one day. I hate to be so dark in my assessment. But we can’t hope things are going to get better. We have to make them get better.

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