Interesting Times

We are living in interesting times, are we not?

No matter how one feels about what’s going on, one thing is for sure, we are divided.
And we’ve allowed ourselves to be…for the good of all, we’re told.
But really, who benefits if we the people are isolated from one another, scared of what’s coming, and turning on each other?
Only 1 entity.
The same one who has set up snitch lines so that the good folks following all the proper “social distancing” protocols can snitch on anyone who may not be doing as they’re told.

Now, don’t think I’m taking this virus thing lightly.
I’m not.
At the same time though, I’m not buying 100% of what the govts are selling us either.
And I think there are going to be some seriously scary things coming down the road from those same govts…and if we’re divided now, we’re going to happily hand the Keys to the Kingdom over when it does.

But

That’s not what this post is about.
This is about our language and taking back, at least some of, our Power from the govts.
From the fear.
Over at Claire Wolfe’s blog, this graphic was shared…with permission/encouragement to share further.

I think it’s important that we remember the Power of words.
We’ve given the govts, and the fear, too much of our Power.
It’s time to take back our Power.
Starting with the Power of our words.