Human[e]-ity

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    1. Good morning, Rob!!! I couldn’t agree with you more! Unfortunately, so many will suffer before Justice rings Her bells. These women still don’t understand that you cannot fix a broken system and that a NEW one must be implemented. One step at a time ….. Women like these can only handle so much at a time. Much Love to you this day, dear friend!! Be over later …. I’ve got my cat care to do right now. SMILE! xo

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      1. I know. The link I provided states this. The entire situation is heartless and tugs at my heart!! I am an RN and I know what these women are going through. So right you are. If Catholic Health can pay up to $150 per hour for the scabs they do have the resources to pay their employees decent wages and good health benefits AND hire more help. And that’s that!

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  1. God bless those health care workers standing for the truth. More and more are rising. Even here in Australia now, so many have been pushed to the wall and have nothing left to lose. The coercion, corruption and manipulation is in plain sight now, for those whose eyes are wide open and there are many, thank God. Much love to you my friend and heartfelt gratitude for continuing to stand in your truth, the love and the light. One day those who so willingly gave their freedoms away will hopefully understand. For now, all we can do is shower them with love and compassion. Big hugs xx 🙏💜

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    1. Miriam, how I do love you! Every time we cross paths, you lift my spirits and give me renewed oomph to keep going. This walk has been so difficult as I continually seem to be surrounded by those who are so eager to shoot my optimism down. I am seeing in some places people coming to life and that brings so much JOY to my heart.

      Yes these women are courageous and just stopping by to speak with them, meant so much to them. The awakening process is painful and slow, yet I see many who are beginning to notice the dark encroaching on every aspect of life. I will not consent to evil in any way, my friend, as I know you won’t either. It matters not to me that those around me continue to bury their heads in the sand. I just go about my business in my way. And yes I am showing all Love!! Sending you so much Love and Peace this day!! Stay the faith and know, we the people of the world are saying enough as we forge ahead to form our New World. xo

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      1. Yes, dear Amy, we ARE on the same path of faith and love and for that I’m so grateful. While my family and many close friends back home are totally indoctrinated in their old beliefs and cannot see the evil I often wonder how synchronistic it is that I’m on the other side of the country, forging my own path of freedom. I will never consent to evil and like you, go about my business, occasionally meeting like minded people on my travels and rejoicing. Stay strong my friend and keep feeling the love, the times they are a changing. Here’s to our evolving new world. xx

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      2. Bless you, dear friend. Keep on forging the NEW and I shall do the very same. I too question how so many still do not see. That’s OK. They are on their timeline and we are on ours. I’ll be over to your blog in a few ….. just finishing up with my babies this morn. (((HUGS)))!!! xo

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  2. Healthcare has been a mess for years. Staff are considered expendable. The only way healthcare workers can get raises out here is by quitting and going to another job for a while and then going back to the job they had for more money. My brother-in-law is a nurse. He had been in a position for almost 10 years with no raise. New hires were getting better starting salaries than all the long time nurses. He went to work for the VA hospital for more money, and then went back to his old position for even more money. I was talking to an occupational therapist in the bosque the other evening. She said she just got a new position. She needed a raise and had to leave the place she had worked at for several years and go to another company to get a raise. She doesn’t get very good benefits either. You would think healthcare workers would get decent benefits, but no. My company gives far better benefits as far as health insurance, and personal leave than most healthcare workers I know, plus we give staff cost of living increases, merit wage hikes and bonuses. One of our staff left for another job a few months ago. She discovered the grass was not only not greener on the other side, there was no grass on the other side. She’s starts back tomorrow. She fortunate that we are short of staff, so she got her job back.

    Beautiful photos. Super moon shots.

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    1. Tim, I know healthcare has been a mess for a long time. When I was working as an RN in the 90’s, I saw it then. In the early 2000’s I visited a friend in a nursing home and I was shocked by what I witnessed for they were feeding these people absolute junk. It is so good to know that there are companies who do care about their employees. I also thank your compliments on my photography. Means a lot!! xo

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    1. You are welcome, Francis. When we become aware of the situation at hand, we then can do something about it even if that be prayer. I stand in Faith every day and pray and Love those who are literally fighting for their life. And I also thank you for saying my images are “mind blowing”. I am smiling. God bless you!! xo

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  3. Amy I loved your pictures, they were captivating. I can surely understand the plight of these sisters and this is everywhere. We too have such strikes in India and political leaders who do not care at all. Life sure has become very impossible to live but things will soon change and we are surely moving on to the fifth dimension which will be for humanity. Lovely post dear.

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    1. Thank you, Kamal, for the generous feedback on my images. Yes I am very aware of the plight everywhere, not just in the USA. Those of us who know how to function in the 5th dimension (being Present and radiating Love) will affect everyone around us. This suffering and this tyranny everywhere one looks one day will be gone. I normally do not post about subjects like this, yet when I crossed paths with these women, my heart urged me to write what I did. May you have a truly blessed day today!! xo

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  4. Amy, I hear ya! Meanness, pettiness, greed, and pure evil surround us. It’s far worse than I’ve ever seen it in my lifetime, and I fear for all of us if we don’t get a handle on it now. Every one of us can point fingers of blame, but we’re going to have to start dialoging and making hard compromises if we’re to save our world. Thank you for your heartfelt concern — keep praying, my friend, as I will.

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    1. Debbie, how I see things, this is not about compromising but rather changing the systems that are breaking people all for profit. I refuse to add to the energy of dark in any form so I continue to shower the world with Love, Truth, and Beauty. All of us need to look deep within ourselves to do the work and to stop blaming others for this, that, and the other. Our Planet is changing and I have every intention to go right along with it. Yes keep praying and I thank you! Much Love to you! xo

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  5. The picture of the yellow flower is really beautiful. I really love the shade. My guess is that it’s saffron, although I’m not usually very good at that kind of thing.

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  6. Amy – I feel your pain. American society and attitudes to health care have to change. Last year I made a (very polite) objection to a well-respected American philosopher (quite old) on YouTube who implied that too much was being spent on health care for the elderly. Back came the comment (not from the elderly philsopher who had produced the video spot in the first place, but from another, clearly younger, American) He said, ‘yes, we are spending too much on the elderly’. I was quite distressed by this. It is a very poor reflection on the state of American society and attitudes to health care. I say this as a European. Our democratic socialist health care system is not perfect, but we do believe that people in need (whoever they are) should get care. In Europe, we pay through the nose for this throughout our whole working life – for the comfort of knowing that we will be looked after whenever we are ill and at the end of our lives -by the state. We also maintain, in Europe (not always perfectly enacted) that nurses should be PAID AS WELL AS WE CAN POSSIBLY PAY THEM for that care and the wonderful job they do. There is at least an attempt to put PEOPLE (both nurses and patients) first. I really thought that after you got rid of Trump (who only ever cared about the rich and his own interests) things might have changed for you in the States.
    However it doesn’t seem to have happened. You probably needed Bernie Sanders, who is quite a right-wing socialist, by European standards! As a Canadian myself (and quite elderly, remembering all the American TV in the 60s), I understand why you are all so afraid of socialism – but take ‘Russia’ out of the equation, and it makes more sense.
    My first hand experience. My 90-year-old father lives in Cambridge, Mass. Supposedly one of the best places for free health care in the States. His German wife (my step-mother, who lives half the time in Berlin) says that the system over with you is totally inferior to what we have in Europe – he had a stroke and for so-called ‘rehab’ he went into an appalling rehab place that didn’t give him physio and fed him high carb, low protein food every day – and didn’t do a single thing to help him get better. Fortunately my step-mum came along and rescued him from the situation. As a German, living under a different system, she knew exactly what he needed. A bit of exercise every day (she forced him) and a better diet. He is in recovery and in quite good form, although we are all aware he will die soon. He is determined, as an English speaker and a Canadian to stay there, in the United States. But he would be much better off in Europe (Germany) – he deserves good care, no matter his age. Your system does not seem to understand that we are all equal (nurses, patients, the young, the elderly) and that we all deserve the same care in society. I really hope that the States will finally understand what a good health care system is. Ours is far from perfect, but at least we are trying.

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    1. Hi, Cathy. I respect your political expression within your comment, however, my post is about corporate (business) greed and corruption. In all my life I’ve had no interest in politics and that holds true today. As an RN myself, I saw for myself how troubled healthcare is as well as how we as a nation (the USA) overall, have very little respect for our elderly. We too pay through the nose for healthcare yet at our end of life, we are robbed of our life savings and put into homes where the care is substandard as well as the food.

      So many people today are facing unemployment and loss of their careers because they are no longer willing to put up with the evil corporate corruption. I have so much respect for these people and my heart goes out to them as I pray each and every day that a New System, created by these very people manifests. Our healthcare is so broken there is no fixing it and as we move forward, there will be many who will instill a new system, one that far outweighs what we have now.

      Sending you much Love this day. xo

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      1. Sending you lots of love too – I do believe that politics count, because we all of us have a vote for how we want our societies to be/to act. That’s almost the only way we can express ourselves. But I totally and completely respect your position. Thank goodness people like you stand by your beliefs (as I do mine). Fact remains that, in France, we get quite a lot for paying through the nose. It seems in the States that you get very little. Fondest wishes to you and the nurses protesting.

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      2. What you said in your second to last sentence how we have poor healthcare for the majority, is true. For this reason alone our healthcare system must have a new one developed and as more and more people know this, a solution shall rise. I do care about our societies and yes I do vote yet I do not share my views. That is just who I am. I live my life as my heart directs me to. Simple. SMILE xo

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  7. Oh Amy, these are glorious. The flowers are magnificent and the moon stuns me. Were you in that last space flight to get these? 😂 🤣
    And yes, the ladies have my prayers on full, may some sanity arrive in this world soon. It is wobbling and just needs us all to combine our hearts of love to roll it into a new way of being ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋

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    1. Mark, I am SO happy you enjoyed my photography. I have to admit the moon shots are spectacular. (pats self on back!) Thank you for your prayers for these women. And yes may sanity return to this world …. I’ll take it any time soon, thank you! Keep on shining your Light and keep on Loving, Mark. Those qualities along with open eyes and heart will change this world for sure!!! Sending you so much Love today!! xo

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      1. That inner love opens our eyes and heart to so many new things Amy, and allows us to give from that place we have found. Enjoy that journey, so much can be truly seen now and a world we never knew was here, has flowered to us from clearing those misunderstandings in our eyes xox 😀 ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋

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  8. Those pictures are just incredible beautiful, bringing alive the magic and beauty of being alive on our planet yet again, and like as if never before. Immersing in that place of being here, I can relate to the grief and heartache over the ugliness evident in attitudes and worldly matters. The precious being squandered and the living unconscious. I stand in my question purely – How can I bring Love, more and more of it, wherever I stand in whatever role I am asked to play?

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    1. And this my friend, is exactly where I stand today as well. LOVE is the key. LOVE is the answer. And the more we Love and listen in Compassion, showing kindness and respect, the more hearts melt and the more Love grows in this troubled world. Bless you for all you do, my friend. I so admire you and thank you from the bottom of my heart for shining your Light as you continue your own Journey. Much Love to you!! xo

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      1. And the same holds true for me, Prag. I mean that. My path is far from easy and to be among those whose hearts are yet open is what I have been called to do. When I cross paths with you and some others, I feel such JOY. Thank you!! xo

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  9. It is indeed challenging to keep the faith right now, but watching people continue to stand in integrity and courage gives me hope. Your photos are magic. It looks like a little paw in that last one.😊

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    1. As I told my sister just yesterday, Julie, if I should go down with the sinking Titanic, I will do so without compromising my faith, integrity, and Love. Bless you for having eyes wide open along with your heart. Hang on that is all I can say. I’ve been crawling lately (metaphorically). Tough bananas!! I like you get so encouraged when I do see people standing up to take back what is rightfully theirs. We the people will be making the changes ….. and I pray we can.

      And I’ll have to check out my last photo. It is intriguing yet I want to see what you do. Hmmmm ….. thank you, dear friend. Sending you so much Love. Stay connected to Mother ….. She is our saving grace. (((HUGS)))!! xo

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  10. People are being stretched thin, taken advantage of and, when automation becomes a solution, discarded. We need to work together to move forward, Amy. I love your photos, particularly the rain, the moon and the rose. I hope you have a good week!

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    1. Agreed, Dan. There are some of us who are working together for the good. All of us have to start realizing none other then we will get us out of this mess. As I said in my post, the very situations that intend to harm us will be the very catalysts that we will take to transform this world. And I thank you for the compliments on my photography. That means a lot!! Hope you have a good week too!!

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