The Daily Messenger: Oh yeah....
And now we all have to clean up the mess. It's all of our responsibility to do our part to make our world a better place. The devils are still going to be devils, no matter what, but we don't have to be.
By doing the right things as best as we can, others will see and begin to do their part eventually. We set the example. We pretty much boycott the mainstream. Go organic, refuse vaccines, refuse fluoride, refuse this and that, etc..., refuse to buy junk stuff from corporations when we can, and support locally to our local shops. And use only natural products as much as possible.
We see it daily. More and more people are finally waking up to the horrors of vaccines, chemtrails, fluoride, the entire scam, etc... and are doing their part to share the info by passing it on. They are changing their ways by supporting the right people, etc.. We appreciate it, because hey, we need all the help we can get.
We like gifting others too and help out when we can, whether it's money, time or other things. Even though we too are limited, we still manage to. I like to show family and friends the ins and outs of how to work affiliate programs, how to work them, how to incorporate them into blogs, etc.... I have two friends in the anti-vaccine network, and I'm in the process of teaching them how to make a few extra $$$, take classes to learn new skills, etc.. The two gals need help and I'm willing to give my time to help teach them. My hubby does the same with his circle of personal friends and contacts. You can find alot of free or low priced local classes on crafts, carpentry, sewing, jewelry, etc... if you look hard enough. I like to learn new skills and turn around teach others some of the things when possible. For example: I have a professional microderm machine which I use, but I also like to give friends a nice facial and barter with them for products, etc... That's one example.
My hubby always says, if we hit the lottery, we have a list of family and friends that we will gift and help out.
My family sometimes think I'm precocious, but it's because they have yet to see the bigger picture, and what's behind it all. You know, the true history of how things got this way, as described in DB's Indian picture and even long before then. I just ignore their criticisms and keep on. I know what I'm supposed to do. However the most critical one in my family is still beginning to start making better food choices. She dropped dairy and started using almond milk. I told her she will drop 5 or 10 lbs just doing that. If she would drop grains, it would be even more. You know things like that. We do get discouraged, but we presevere and keep going and do our best to make better choices.
We probably can't get rid of money and prisons, etc... but we can share, teach, gift, etc... and be of service to others and help make their lives easier if possible.
Thank you DB for that post/picture.