What do we want most for our children, ourselves, and the world? – Conscious Creators
Of all the questions we can ask ourselves, isn’t this the one we value most above all others? Isn’t the fulfillment of these essential values the primary objective around which we form our lives, cultures, and world relationships? Isn’t this the prize we must always keep our eyes upon?
If voting provides us with the power to speak and be heard in local and national elections, why shouldn’t we create time to clarify the issues we support and the reasons why we support them? Why shouldn’t we be willing to create time to determine the desires, abilities, and integrity of the people who say they represent us and our values? Deciding who will represent the best interest of the public is a job interview. What excuse is good enough to keep us from voting in the best interest of our children, ourselves, and the world? Aren’t we all in this together?
As someone on the Internet pointed out recently: “If a Democratic vote doesn’t count, why are Republicans working so hard to prevent Democrats from voting by purging their names from the voter roles at the risk of being convicted of election fraud?
“Just do it!”
“Use it or lose it!”
Victims no more!
“Despair is not an option!”
Contact your local Board of Elections to make sure you’re registered.
If you need money for necessary identification, ask for it.
If you need a ride to your voting precinct, ask for one.
Pete – https://realtalkworld.com
“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” – Albert Einstein
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” ― R. Buckminster Fuller
What others will not or cannot do for us, we must do for ourselves.
Seek the greatest understanding and serve the highest good.
Affirm what you believe!