FIRST WE DREAM, THEN WE DEAL by Cathy D. Slaght
The event in San Bernardino prompts the following thoughts:
There is a steady escalation of stress - hard to describe, a combination of rage and fear- in this country. It has the potential to destroy those who succumb. Much of it deals with the present violence, crime, and drain of resources related to the immigrant situation.
First, yes, this is a country built by the energy of immigrants. But they built it through hard work. There were no government programs, no welfare.
We had a collective dream that we could help others who were less fortunate. Then, somehow, our representatives got the idea that we should bring many more in, and support them financially as well.
That hasn't worked out.
For example, the majority of Muslims in America do not respect our way of life (a recent survey of those living in this country indicated that 78% want Sharia Law).
Yet they accept our money. 91.4% of those coming in are on welfare, and only a small percentage ever get off.
Then, we actually have one third of Mexico in the USA. The majority are also on welfare - and again, statistics show that most never get off, pay taxes, etc.
(Interestingly enough, 63% of the Mexican immigrants do not want Muslims to come into the country.)
None of these people "respect us in the morning."
But as they come in, they get drivers’ licenses, which automatically register them to vote in many states. The Supreme Court has ruled that, in the remaining states, it is against their constitutional rights to have to prove they are a citizen in order to vote.
They vote in more big government, which has already demonstrated its incompetence in this matter. Of course we're instructed that it isn't PC to talk about any of this.
We have a mess.
If we don't want to become a third-world country ourselves, we have to deal with this. We have the power to do so, although sometimes it's easy to forget.
Resistance is not the answer. That only creates more problems.
Instead, it could be we have to work through prayer. Our leaders and media, at least the ones who promote this present agenda, deride such an approach, especially if it's Christian. But prayer is simply a way to work with Source.
It isn't necessarily falling to your knees and begging.
One extremely effective form of prayer is Yes Therapy.
Below is a link, for those who didn't see earlier posts -
This technique can be applied to any area of your life, as long as it works towards a win-win.
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Words to Ponder - Always put yourself in others' shoes. If you feel that it hurts you, it probably hurts the other person too.
Cathy D. Slaght