The kitten wants to be outside. I don’t blame him, yet also, as his owner, won’t allow him to be. It’s in his best interests, and as a “rescue kitty”, an agreement we made. After a few cries, he accepts his indoor fate and now waits, regally and patiently at the screen door for my return.
My neighbor, the screaming child, has not (accepted his fate). He’s been yelling now for about thirty minutes. I’m almost certain his family has awoken as well and is hoping he’ll stop, unaware that the entire block is hoping the same thing. It’s 5:30 AM and, as was mentioned earlier, a “windows open” sort of morning. As we silently wish he’d “get with the program” and return to sleep, her persists relentlessly. It’s clear he will not stop until satisfied or too exhausted to continue.
Although we humans admire the quiet dignity of our pets, we present a picture much more like that of the infant this morning. This will help us right now. We can be relentless, persistent, determined and demanding when we know the thing we want is possible, and maybe, just on the other side of the wall. That baby won’t get anywhere if he stops shouting, so shouting is his only option.
It feels like that now. Not the shouting so much, but the necessity of persistence. What’s been realized by those of us paying attention, (and reading these words), is that there are things, so many things, within the realm of possibility, but that we have been led to believe were impossible. Things like healing technologies, free energy, food replicators, space travel; which all lead us to peace and prosperity worldwide. We, like that noisy child, know that these things are just out of sight. We need to keep shouting, and increase our volume.
As we wake each other up, awareness slowly dawns on those nearby. You can only reach as far as your voice carries. There are those of us on network programs whose voices carry far. Yet even there, in order to be heard, someone has to “tune into” the network. We are still a relatively small group.
Our greatest effort must come then, from home. For from there, our reach does not depend on interest or awareness but proximity. We all live with, work with, shop with, play with, lots of people. We are all over the planet. We will have to walk our talk in our every day.
These things, the ones to bring up to the people you live with, are not so strange as to make us appear “odd”. These are things we all desire; health, prosperity, love, sustenance, peace. There is a great deal of common ground. Don’t you think, that if your seemingly stressed out boss or disconnected neighbor knew these things were possible right now, that they would join in our shouting? You bet they would.
We don’t have to do this by ourselves. That was never the point. We were meant to spark the desire for freedom and all that goes with it. The humans around us will take care of the rest. The way to trigger desire is to let everyone know what is possible. It is so much more than we’ve been told.
Like that screaming baby, once humanity knows that peace, prosperity, health and freedom are all possible (not only possible, but right here, just beyond reach or sight), the relentless quest for it begins. This happens in small person-to-person ways. It comes out in conversations. It is the end result of common ground.
Enjoy here Matthew Mournian’s description of this connection process:
Whether you consider yourself a star seed or hybrid, indigo, crystal, or a bit of a mix, you are on the planet right now for and with humanity. It doesn’t get much more unified than that. We are One, and we are One everywhere that we are.
Let’s talk to each other, and get that baby to start shouting for us all.
We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.
With gratitude and love,
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