Societal Abuse and Governance by Enmeshment
I can hardly breathe after reading your essay. I am mute, yet your words are my own and I scream them into the silence. I bow my head with gratitude to you... yes, we, I... hold the power to sound and repeat one word, clear and graceful with inviolate intent.
Excellent piece! Thank you for exercising and stretching my mind. This and your previous essays feel like an offering of training wheels for me. To ride my own bicycle freely, without permission, has never felt possible to me, as the safety of remaining still and safe in my room of toxic shame is all I have allowed myself. Your deep thought and exploration is truly a beacon, and inspires me to try out my new “wheels” on my own.
Thank you for talking about abusive relationships and narcissism. This is a subject very close to me, due to personal experience, and it made me highly aware of the abusive nature of our treatment by authority in recent years.
Yahoo. Amazing as always Raelle. We are returned from our voyage across America (safe and sound and still on Ivermectin). We are now entering phase 2... analyzing our situation further and probably moving some time in 2022. There IS freedom in the USA. Thank God for that. We saw it with our own eyes -- 10,000 miles, 33 cities, and 20 states later. The people living where we do -- in the epicenter of the Network -- the Bay Area -- are living in a psychotic state of delusional fear. Although they are probably 90% vaccinated, they are the most fearful people in the USA. Love, Amy&Steve
Thank you for writing another excellent article, articulating so well my own thoughts and feelings.
Truly inspiring as a philosophic essay! Sartre would be proud to see this. He said "We are condemned to be free," by which he meant we have the ultimate freedom to say "no." We are not robots that can be programmed as long as we are human. Choice is at our very essence. I will forward this selectively to some who will appreciate it, and maybe some who won't. I would encourage you get get this into print so it can be used in schools that are not in mental lockdown. Thanks for this affirmation of quintessential humanity.
Outstanding! As are all your essays. Thank you, Raella Kaia, for your careful thinking. I believe you are making a positive difference. So keep on searching and sharing.
Standing ovation, dear! Do post this on NAAs, as well! Bravo!
I appreciate your appreciation! My aloha to you, Jon