This perversion is actually more serious and deep than it seems.
Something about American pop culture over the past few decades has resulted in younger generations having an abnormally low value for human life.
Precisely, but not just the young.
You had our heroes coming back from the war, and many didn't want to talk about it or share with their family why they fought. You had the beginning s of academia being subverted in the 50's, culminating in the 60's, which was the first major push to normalize communism in this country.
It's the frog in slow to boil water, and we're the frog. 🤢
And THAT, my friend, is one of your best toots up to date, in my opinion.
Each person should ask themselves: Am I not happy with the situation? Then WHAT CAN I DO TO MAKE IT BETTER?
There is ALWAYS some answer to that.
But feeling like a frog in a kettle, and behaving as one, will certainly NOT make anything better.
Thank you for the kind wishes, of which I am actually quite in need at the moment.
Several events in my life are currently unfolding, possibly with very problematic outcomes.
I'm trying to lead things to a better direction. I hope it'll work out eventually.
When I see where these dice fall in the end, perhaps I'll share some details.
Thanks again, and keep up your great work!
Shaul - Every morning, I do a prayer meditation where I run through the many beloveds in my life asking for blessings. I call it my Gallery of Beloveds. When I pray in this space, never know what is best or God's will, though I ask for best for all in His way. You and yours are there now. It's a little thing, but heartfelt and soulful.
@barrsniffsatjejuneanalysis Well gear up for this Friday. Next in person court appearance. I have a feeling the lies and false accusations are going to be ramped up since he was able to do “inventory” of both the barn and house last week. My children and I had to vacate the premises while he showed up between the hours of 9-5. @Zemeliko @ZionHal @Aristocratic_Cthulhu @Debradelai @PathIntegral
I'm also divorced. At least we did it peacefully.
In the Israeli FB group of divorced fathers I encounter many bad stories. Of course, in most of them the mother is the problematic person.
But it's a consensus there (and should be everywhere) that a parent, of whatever gender, who prefers fighting over the well-being of their children, is a piece of crap.
Holy crap, that sounds awful, like the typical signs of parental alienation (one of the most severe phenomena around divorce these days).
It's one of the worst things a parent can do to his child against the other parent.
What does your ex want, anyway? Money-related things?
Also, how many children do you have, and how old are they (in particular the one you mentioned)?
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.