24 Apr


Some people consider me to be kind patient and understanding.  That is a small part of who I am.  I am also wild, volatile and on occasion totally unreasonable.

My life is quite a complex one, juggling many balls which I’m pretty sure most of you do too. On a personal level I choose not to open up to many and distrust most.  Lately I have been depleted by events and people.  Not their fault I am in control of how I let people interact with me; the events though…

How  to change what is perceived by most to be unchangeable? Taking a big bite and then not being able to either chew or digest, or by one little step at a time?

We have been sold down the river consistently for the last few decades by whichever party was in power.  We have become impotent in our fates….or have we?  Who is in charge of your destiny is it the gvt or is it you?

Democracy must be something more than two wolves and a sheep voting on what to have for dinner. James Bovard

I am not advocating breaking any laws merely reminding everyone even the #sheeple that you have power and choice.  You may well choose not to be involved in any thing political, that is fine it is your choice.

If, however, your patience has finally run out why not look around and stand with those who are actively trying to change things and no disrespect meant I am not referring to *keyboard warriors* that is a part but is not the whole.

Yes, this is a moan, yes, I have come to the end of my patience have you?

The biggest truth out there today is this:


We ARE the 99%

The longer I have sat and thought the angrier I have become…not the fast quick to blow up anger that is, in me ,equally quick to die down and be forgotten…the kind of anger that has taken time to develop and has now nearly reached it’s fruition.  I have not been in this place for three decades and I am not sure how it will pan out.  I feel a deep, deep anger.

Do #sheeple really prefer a crazed shepherd than life of thought and action?


One Response to “#patience”

  1. retiredandangry April 25, 2013 at 8:35 am #

    Reblogged this on The Big Picture and commented:
    Pretty much what the Big Picture has been saying for a while now. If you don’t use your voice you may well lose it. This government, and possibly any other, will continue to impose their will on us until we find a way to stop it, and we are, after all, supposed to be living in a Democracy.

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