Saturday, March 12, 2016

Violence! Unnecessary roughness! Use your inside voices please.

People, people, people, your voices will be heard without the need to turn your opinions into fisticuffs; try the tamer way by using your vote! When I worked in management I was taught that when someone yelled at you if you spoke softly they would have to stop yelling to hear you, it does work. It also works in parenting with teenagers.
Decency is proven by civilized behavior.
I would hate to think that any one of the candidates would consider unruly actions appropriate for this time in our history, and all bad, whatever happens will be recorded forever and they will be blamed.
As most who have caused the erratic reactions to protestors have been witnessed to the news media has a way of playing and replaying anything that transpires negatively, since many consider that prime news and in reality it is.
Be aware!
For all eternity you will be caught on camera.
Become a wee bit more paranoid and then and only then we might see people act once again like human beings, or menschen.
Come on America be people that we can be proud of and not the ones the rest of the world points at and calls IDIOTS!
Please folks, you do know the whole world is watching, really.

Decades ago I was part of the Peace Revolution; I know an oxymoron sounding name.
We protested with sit ins, marches, candle light vigils, carrying signs expounding our opinions, signing of petitions, most of all we tried hard to be heard without using any violence.
And most of the time it did work!
We need to readjust our ways of getting things done America so our world image is no longer tarnished by this craziness and that means we must unite and agree that CRAZY is not a good look for any country.

On that note of love and hope allow me to be the very first to wish all of you a very happy healthy safe good night and ask you kindly to count all your blessings and share all your overages with you know whom and we will too!

And next time please be here or be square, ya hear!

















































































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