I wonder at times…

This morning, not so bright, but very early. Boza and I got up and walked around all the paths that I have cut. I specifically cut paths to the four big trees in our front yard and Boza appreciates that effort as he visits each tree several times a day and does his doggy business. Boza ran his paths and checked on his yard. We found several mouse tracks and what looks like a kitty cat has been hunting those mice…

It was a rough night and Boza and I both tossed and turned, as we were restless. I had to rub my arms, legs and neck down with my favorite muscle and joint cream. It works, but when you hurt as bad as I do, nothing solves the problem and I refuse to take pain relief, for I just do not believe in covering it up and getting to rely upon such crutches…

During my heart attacks, I would get grouchy and upset as they kept trying to push morphine for the pain. Several times they sneaked and gave it too me, but I stopped them as soon as possible. I want to die alive, not drugged up… 😉

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CaptureTherefore this morning as I decide to go to get supplies or not and sit here sipping my second cup of coffee. I am thinking about how I wonder at and about things. Things that happen all over the world and what is the problem with humans. We are suppose to be a step above the other creatures on our planet, but seriously, sometimes I wonder…

Humans are so easily made dependent. Dependent on who ever gives them the most toys and food. Humans willingly become slaves just to have what seems to be an easy life for them. Hardship seems to be a dirty word in most human minds and doing something for yourself is not priority, but last on the list. Well behind iPhone and Android syndromes…

We accept people controlling us…

Such as fluoride in our water, police/cameras on every corner, politicians making decisions about our children, being told when we can think about God, being told what we can eat or not eat, who to kill or not kill, who to hate or not hate, we are told and taught might makes right, rich is better and a million other propaganda/fallacies/manipulations/untruths/lies and power is always the best…

And probably the most problematic issue that humans have is; we see what is wrong, we know it is wrong and we still look the other way as what is wrong is committed, time and time again, flagrantly right in front of our faces and then to our relief, we finally accept such depredations and become happy that all is well in wonderland…

Therefore, I have no choice but to wonder at all around me…

We live in hives called cities, in mass numbers of humans, masses so great that a single bomb would wipe out 10’s of millions in one big bang. We live en masse on earthquake fault lines, river banks and other tidbit of areas and then cry our eyes out when Mother Nature takes her toll upon us…

There is enough land upon this planet to support everyone and everyone could eat, drink and be merry, but we gather in huge groups to be able to support ourselves in misery…

We allow money to be god and we put God on the back burner, only acknowledging him, when the going gets rough and the rough kick our asses…

We live in a world that the man or woman preaching the pulpit at the front of the room, is sleeping with your spouse or maybe you also and we accept such a person to spout about sins and then to top it all off, they tell us to pray for our service men overseas, for they fight for our freedoms and what they do is all good in the eyes of God…

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The government has it all under control… Nothing to see here! Just go back to surfing on your iPhone and tablet and ignore the truth… Drink some more fluoride water and it will all be good in the morning… Nothing to see here! Just go back to surfing on your iPhone and tablet and ignore the truth… I repeat… The government has it all under control…

Have a nice day…

WtR

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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