Million Mask March

4 Nov

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I am a simple person, I try not to be judgemental. I do hold strong opinions and stand up for what I believe is just.  Sometimes that means supporting the right to express views that chafe against everything I hold dear.  Many times I have literally stood in the way of oppression.
I support the Anonymous  #MillionMaskMarch,  I believe that we need to all join together, nationally and globally to oppose tyranny and injustice.
The ideal way to show the strength of feeling against the government we have today is where no criminal damage is caused, no fighting occurs and everyone attending walks shoulder to shoulder with their neighbour, silently, slowly, purposefully: A wall of humanity moving as one united in their desire for a better way, a better world.
This is what I would love to see.  This type of action is hard to achieve.  This kind of demonstration is harder to discredit.

Namasté Jules

5 Responses to “Million Mask March”

  1. traveller47 Nov 4, 2015 at 2:58 pm #

    With you there Jules.

  2. basstubes Nov 10, 2015 at 1:42 pm #

    Yup 🙂 xx

  3. awakenedindigosoul Nov 10, 2015 at 2:42 pm #

    Any ideas how to improve my blog?

    • julieanneda Nov 10, 2015 at 2:55 pm #

      I was looking through earlier. I really like it: You are always yourself: authentic. I especially like the longer blogs where it is easier to link into your thoughts and see if they match mine or challenge me to think harder about life. You asked in one why are we here… I believe we are here to make others think critically for themselves, to challenge injustice and to improve the world for all. That may mean the one person nearest to you in a moment or it may be a community. Neither is more important than the other. Each gives meaning and value to our existence. This is especially important to me as I wrestle with depression and have to remind myself constantly when the black waves engulf me. You just unconsciously added meaning to my life by giving me the gift of asking my opinion. For that I am extremely grateful. I felt/feel included. Having said all that. The only improvement I could suggest is a personal taste one: The one sentence blogs are of value but if many come in my email I get tempted to skip over them. As I said it’s my personal taste. I have a very small readership so I can’t legitimately suggest an improvement!
      Namaste Jules

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