May 31, 2016 / Visionkeeper
If we as a society were smart and used difficult moments to learn our lessons and move ourselves forward, we could shift ourselves up, but we don’t usually do that. Painfully we continue to make the same mistakes over and over again. Albert Einstein had it right when he spoke about the impossibility of changing our circumstances unless we change the thinking that got us in trouble in the first place! I am so utterly sick and tired of hearing the main stream media pound certain stories into the ground for ratings or worse to agitate the masses and create unrest. It is wrong and it needs to stop.
I am speaking in reference to the shooting and killing of the Gorilla in the zoo that grabbed hold of a young child who climbed the fence and then fell into the enclosure. Here is my frustrated take on the whole encounter. Why does our sick society still demand that we cruelly capture and hold captive in zoos, glorious wild animals, just so society can stand and stare at them? Have we not come any further in our evolution than this? Do we think so little of our animal brothers and sisters that we do nothing to stop this? Can we not see that those animals are US and we would die of broken hearts if captured and placed in cages for the rest of our lives? We have this chance RIGHT NOW to set this story right! WE as a society can stand up and demand that this cruel practice no longer be allowed. Will we make bold moves to say we are better than this?
Not if the main stream media has anything to say about it. They only choose to ask questions that will inflame the people and keep the stories going. We need to wake up to a great many things that need to be changed if we ourselves don’t want to end up like the animals in zoos. Society needs to gather up its attention and start to realize these problems exist because we allow them to exist! If society continues to remain silent and not push for change, change will never come. the choice is ours!
Blessings to all,
Thanks to VK at: https://oneworldmetamorphosis.wordpress.com