People are so resistant to change. They resist the loss of comfort and familiarity — the pain of change. I know what you’re probably thinking…

“Has she lost her mind, or what?”

Well, to some people, maybe. After all, I can’t say that I’ve heard anyone else publicly expressing thankfulness over this pandemic. But others will get the gist of what I’m talking about in a minute.

Not Oblivious

First, let me state that I am not overlooking or dismissing the casualties of this situation. That’s just not my focus at this exact moment in time.

And, no — I don’t dismiss the conspiracy theories and the hand of the rich and powerful in this situation (Monsanto). I don’t overlook or dismiss their agenda (population control) and the fact that many people are suffering. …

We all live a lie.

I was thinking about a person I work with that seems to have a problem with me. This person seems annoyed at my mere presence. It seems that there is nothing I can do that does not end up causing her displeasure.

In times like these, one would think that we all would be forgetting about pettiness and branding together, but one thing trouble does is demonstrate who you really are.

And thinking about this, my mind went to Old programming. When I was younger, my mother used to tell me that the reason that certain females, particularly black females had a problem with me, was because of jealousy. …

We currently live in a world where people are being told that they can be whatever they want to be…no boundaries.

If you don’t like how you look, you can surgically change and alter your look, your proportions, your body.

If you don’t like your sex, you can just decide to be whatever sex you want…even sexually neutral, if you want. There are no holds barred according to this current culture of b.s. that preaches a no limits message.

As far as personal achievements, I have no problem with a “no limits,” boundary-less theology. …

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