Are you angry with what’s going on?

I posted an article about forgiveness that received some angry responses from people.

Most folks are understandably upset about what’s been going on in the world over the past few years with the rollout and handling of the pandemic.

Especially, with the latest information about the short-term and long-term negative side effects from the jabs, including heart problems, which I talked about very early on in this debacle. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]

Below is a sampling of some of the feedback I received:

“We do not need to forgive the BASTARDS that used us humans as guinea pigs and shot us full of evil jabs….thousands have died and you want to forgive? BULL $#%! Those bastards need to be hung by their balls for all of humanity to watch them die.” Ven

I do believe in justice, but I don’t believe in vengeance and/or hatred. But, more on that in just a moment.

Here’s a response to the forgiveness article from my social feed:

Yes, I believe Anne is correct about the truth being suppressed. Mostly, it was done through various forms of censorship. I experienced censorship myself when I posted an article about symptoms my clients experienced after getting jabbed.

I also think Anne is correct in her assessment that the people who knowingly unleashed this onto the unsuspecting population will NOT be held accountable. There is way too much money and corruption, at the highest level, involved in all of this.

But, holding onto anger directed at other people will only drain our own energy, and negatively impact our own heart, mind and spirit.

Here’s another perspective:

That’s some deep wisdom from Donna. “Forgiveness is important for our own healing.”

Forgiveness isn’t about inviting the person (or government institution) that may have harmed you over for dinner. It’s about letting go and giving yourself the freedom to move on without the heaviness of anger and vengeance weighing on your heart and mind.

And, take a look at Patty’s thoughts below:

Yes, there are going to be difficult days ahead as we collectively heal from the trauma. And, as Patty wisely said, “It’s about compassion, respect and acceptance, too.”

  • Compassion – for the people that trusted authority, got in line for the shots, and lined up their kids as well. They’re going to need extra love and healing moving forward.
  • Respect – for each other, respect for life, and respect for our individual decisions. No-one should be forced/coerced to put something into their body that goes against their beliefs. The body is our personal sacred space.
  • Acceptance – this is about accepting people exactly as they are without trying to change them into something you want them to be. When we accept people exactly as they are, it can create a greater sense of understanding and peace among us.

I would also add that we need to practice Discernment as we move forward.

  • Discernment – is the wisdom that comes from both experience and knowledge. It is the insight from within that helps you determine the true nature of a person, place or thing.

I’ll give you an example, in story form.

A frog was sitting on a rock alongside the river.

A scorpion crawled to the water’s edge and was looking for a way to get to the other side.

The scorpion knew the frog could easily navigate the water, so he said, “Hey frog, I need to get to the other side. Can you let me hop on your back when you go across?”

The frog replied, “No, I can’t do that. If I let you onto my back, you will sting me and kill me.”

The scorpion said, “That doesn’t make any sense. If I sting you while we are crossing, we will both die.”

The frog listened to the reasoning from the scorpion’s point of view, and thought it made sense.

So, with a trusting heart, he allowed the scorpion to crawl atop his back and they started their journey across to the other side of the river.

When they got halfway across, the frog felt a sharp sting in the middle of his back.

“Owhhhh! You stung me!!!! Why did you do that?!”

His body and legs quickly began stiffening from the poison, and he could no longer move.

Both the frog and the scorpion slowly started sinking.

With his last breath, the frog weakly croaked, “Why did you do this to us?”

The scorpion casually replied, “It’s just my nature.”

As we move forward from this calamity, remember to be discerning with who you trust with your health, and your life.

We all know who the scorpions are, right?