The day after the Inauguration, many cities will have protests for different reasons. There will be violence and arrests. Be careful if participating. I can't blame any of the people for their wanting things to change for the better - it's part of how we are programmed. It's when those who are paid money to incite violence, trigger others who are emotionally disturbed, frustrated with life, are substance abusers, allow things to get out of hand. Their messages will be heard and perhaps in some cases make a difference as people return to their daily lives next week and the Trump era moves forward.
If you're a sports fan, there's football playoff games to watch on Sunday. The race to Super Bowl LI is on, with the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons, Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers having advanced to the AFC and NFC Championship Games. Super Bowl LI is Sunday February 5, at NRG Stadium in Houston.
Simulation Theory was mentioned in a whimsical way on "Hawaii Five-0" last night when a character said, "An overwhelming amount of evidence suggests there is a high probability that our reality just a simulation. We are merely avatars controlled by other creatures." Some people might see this as a possible explanation for Donald Trump becoming president now ... as we open up to alternative explanations.
It was an unparalleled moment in the human experience/experiment when outdated systems ended and new paradigms began - as always with resistance and uncertainty. If there is one thing we have earned about healing is that many people are programmed to suffer and remain in bad situations rather than face new challenges and move forward.
Everything changes and keeps us engaged, but beware of diversions. Never did I feel something was more orchestrated - even the raindrops as Trump began his speech - than I do about this presidency - to bring closure. Part of me wants to say, "It's about time." Bear in mind that everything was set up, following the algorithm of the Masonic program ... from George Washington to Donald Trump. Delete the word "boring" from your vocabulary as you look into the future. What is your intuition telling you?
The election of Donald Trump brings rallies and protests across the nation highlighted tomorrow with the Women's March on Washington. Last night, on her way home from work, my daughter Nikki passed the protest that was going on near Trump Tower. She said it was orderly, but wondered if this is our future. The answer is yes - no matter who became the 45th president as souls across the world fight for freedom and a life that makes sense. So on we go with the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump as the world watches and wonders how it will affect them personally and globally.
Relive President Trump's Inauguration Day CNN - January 21, 2017
The world reacts as Donald Trump takes power CNN - January 20, 2017
Pics: The Clintons at the Inaugurations Daily Mail - January 20, 2017
An ice-cold handshake at last between President Trump and Hillary Clinton -
after she sits glum-faced through his inauguration as crowd chant 'lock her up'
It's a new dawn and a day.
Trump's speech is the beginning as he paints a grim but true picture of America today.
You have to wonder what's in the letter Obama just left for Trump. This tradition goes back to Ronald Reagan who in 1989 left a letter for his successor George H. Bush. After that, every outgoing President has left a letter for the incoming president. Some speculate that truth about many things Trump will reveal is in the hand written letter. But would Obama trust Trump with that information or will Trump find it out another way?