Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Do you talk to yourself?

While I was in the supermarket this morning I passed a woman, white, slim, nicely dressed, in her 50's, who appeared to be talking to herself but in this day and age people are sometimes on their phones.

Nope… she was talking to herself. She looked over at me and said, "I don't know what to buy or do anymore. Nothing makes sense. [Pause] Sorry I was talking to myself," she continued. "We all do at times," I replied looking at her as if a reflection of reality. Off we went to get what we had come for then arriving at the same cashier to "check out" though saying nothing more.

World Refugee Day 2018

World Refugee Day 2018

World Refugee Day

Immigration policy of Donald Trump   Wikipedia

Trump administration family separation policy   Wikipedia

In some sense of the word we are all refugees having an experience in physical reality while trying to find a way back home to our families, whatever that means for you..

People become refugees for many reasons - oppression, famine, natural disaster, disease, and more. This connects with our need to help others less fortunate, but it often creates an immigration crisis. We are all refugees in physical reality struggling to make sense of why we are you here. In 2018 the world looks at the horrors of children separated from their parents as they cross the border from Central and South America to the United States. Nothing today makes sense. Along the way these children are being held in what is "detention centers" in Texas which takes us to End Time Flood Stories and other ongoing natural disasters ...

Flash flood emergency in parts of coastal Texas from over a foot of rain

Week of rain throughout Iowa expected to cause flash, river flooding

Helicopter rescues dogs trapped in Augusta flood; footage shows scale of Montana disaster

Hawaii Kilauea Volcano Update: USGS Map, New Fissures, Earthquake, Overnight Explosion

Immigration and Family Separation June 2018 Video Blog

Video with Thelma who came to this country with her parents as a young child.