I’m Speaking To Your God Not You!

In all of my writing: essays, poems/prose, stories, thoughts, and all of my recipes and all of my art, my target, whether it be the individual or the group or the nation is always the God of that individual, group or nation.

Although I use names for identification and organizational purposes to facilitate the understanding of the work on a human level, it is not the face nor the mind of the human, group or nation that I target for my communications.

It’s not easy to write that way, so that the human gets the gist, while the God of the human, group or nation gets the details, but I don’t worry about that. Humans naturally erect walls to every communication, no matter what it is, thus necessitating going straight to the source that drives the individual, group or nation, and that source is their respective soul, where I always get through.

It doesn’t matter to me if you believe in a God or an ideology, or if you think you have a soul or not. Since we’re all connected by the same universal energy source, I can reach any individual, group or nation on that plane.

So no, I’m not speaking to you. I’m speaking to your God. I’m speaking to the force that drives you that nobody can see, not even you.

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SUPPORT MIRACLE WORKERS

  • To the used-to-be vegetarians : The animals want you back. It’s easy to deviate, to sway from our belief system when nobody believes what we believe. First it’s the milk in the bread, then the cheese and egg hidden in the vinaigrette salad dressing, then the parmesan cheese sprinkled on your pasta that you told the waiter to leave off the dish. Then it’s the gravy, the chicken broth in a soup, that’s touted as vegetarian because there are no meat solids in it. Next it’s the shrimp, then the chicken wing, back to veggie burgers, but oops they contain egg whites.  Next, you’re at a barbecue having a few drinks, and somebody gives you a rib knowing you’re a vegetarian. “Oh, man you gotta taste this; it’s great! Ah, come on, just one, what’s it going to hurt?” The next thing you know you’re ordering a steak, so everybody else can know you’re having as much fun as they are. They’re all happy because you’re one of them.
  • Prejudices against vegetarians and vegans abound. I don’t know why everybody cares so much about what we vegetarians eat. They just can’t stand it. Every time Paula Deen (TV Chef) cooks a vegetarian meal, it’s like the worst thing in the world and she lets everyone know it. Such a bother and don’t worry, tomorrow we’ll get back to the good stuff: the meat, the butter, the cream, everything bad for us. So, I blame it on the media supported by the slaughter industries who want you to feel odd for eating a healthy diet. Even the doctors will not exclude the chicken or the low fat meats, dairy and eggs.  Your arteries are ninety-five cent occluded and they’ll still tell you to eat a steak once a week. People with celiac disease are told they’ll die if they don’t eat meat, because they can’t eat grains. Not so, what about all the other foods? You won’t get enough protein? That’s ridiculous..
  • Even after years of being a strict vegetarian, my protein levels in my blood were normal. Even when not eating dairy, my calcium levels were normal. Even when not taking B12 supplements, my B12 levels were normal. We don’t need all the protein the government and the body builders of the world say we need. Since when does the government do what’s in our best interest?
  • It’s time to stop letting our families, friends and everybody else tell us how to eat, when we already know what’s best, when we already know the right way. Get back into the saddle on yourself and ride the animal you know as you, into the sunrise and sunset of your life without eating the remnants of slaughter. You can do it, I know you can. How do I know? Because you’ve done it before. The animals need you. You’re the only ones who can stop the slaughter.
  • To animal-eaters who are thinking about decreasing their animal product intake and for those who find the transition difficult, animal-free products that mimic animal products make it so much easier. Soy milk, cream cheese, sour cream, whipped topping, coffee creamers, ice-cream, parmesan topping, hot dogs, burgers of every kind, luncheon meats, chicken strips and chicken burgers, barbecued riblets, Italian sausage, bratwurst, link sausages, yogurt, and so much more. When you eat an animal-free cream cheese, you’ll know you’ve experienced a miracle. How could somebody create such a beautiful product without the cruelty?  It tastes just like cream cheese. Somebody’s God did that, working with that somebody to create that miracle. Support miracle makers. Shop around. Try different brands to find the brand that suits you, just like you do with animal products. Tell your grocer what you want. Look up the products on the internet. Use your key to open the door to a whole new world that’s been there waiting for you to walk into. Celebrate!

 

SLAUGHTERHOUSES ARE SECRET PLACES

Fences, electrical barbed wire, security cameras, men with guns, keep in the animals, and keep the rest of society from knowing what goes on inside these torture chambers. Don’t tell me a knock on the head is going to keep me from feeling the pain and terror of being dismembered alive.

Blood screams like gushing rivers, vocal cords stretch to choking capacity as the most vicious animal on earth, the human, enslaves, tortures and slaughters those they deem weak and inferior, as they claim their ‘Yahweh – and Allah – given’ dominion rights over all holocausts in exchange for the almighty shekel. It’s not much of a stretch to humans. It all must stop. Now.

~ Sharon Lee Davies-Tight

SEXISM

  • The pervasive nature of sexism in all cultures, at all levels of society by all males, makes it nearly impossible for males to recognize the fundamentally flawed foundation from which they base their interactions with females. This lack of awareness of their own prejudices makes growth in breaking down barriers nearly impossible to attain without great sustained and painful effort from all sectors of society. It’s painful, because males don’t want to relinquish their power, and don’t want to be treated in the same way, with the same disregard, they treat females.
  • Sexism is so common and rabid that it appears to have become innate through the process of oppressive and backward moving evolution. Even when females surpass the males with whom they compete, their accomplishment is considered less worthy of respect. Place one female in the company of two or more males, and no matter what the circumstance, no matter how noble or sophisticated the males, the behavior of ‘clumping together’ to pile on the female, always emerges to trivialize and denigrate the female.
  • The world has yet to scratch the surface of this cold, hardened and bitter prejudice that goes far beyond gender based stereotypical expectations of behavior. Interestingly, gender based prejudices pave the way for all other prejudices in society, and even more disturbing is that it is often the role of elder females to oppress their younger female underlings, which raises the expectation of submissive behavior among the peer groups of young females.

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ANIMAL SACRIFICE

  • Animal sacrifice isn’t against the law in Texas, USA. Yet, Texas has animal cruelty laws. So that must mean that Texans don’t regard ritual animal sacrifice as cruel. There’s some glitch about being tied up or restricted in movement, whereby the authorities can come to the rescue. So these people with torture tendencies, religious people they say, must set out to sacrifice an animal without restricting its movement. Or tie it up, torture it, kill it and untie it before the authorities get there.
  • It’s difficult to imagine that a person with torture tendencies thirsting for the fervor of inflicted pain and the letting of blood would think not to restrict the animal before torturing him or her. Sacrificing an animal presupposes that the animal has already been enslaved, whereby restriction of movement has already been applied. The fact that animal sacrifice is allowed in Texas presupposes that the authorities already know it takes place.
  • By allowing people with torture tendencies to take out their perversions on animals with impunity, authorities unwittingly encourage and sanction the same behavior, down the road, toward humans. The most horrific and egregious prejudices in the world are committed against animals other than human, by humans. These horrific and egregious practices nearly always lead to torture and slaughter. Yes, torture and slaughter and discrimination and enslavement are all prejudices.
  • Sacrificing an animal for ritual religious beliefs, or for food, clothing, glue, experimentation or the perverse pleasures of hunting is always based on a system of prejudice using superiority and disrespect as a foundation for those prejudices. When these societies have as their economic base the slaughter of animals, then everything built from that foundation is flawed, and nothing emanating from that foundation will survive long term.

CRUELTY – SOLUTIONS

  • Cruelty. There’s no shortage of cruelty on this planet. Be assured, however, that when choosing between cruelty and cruelty-free to achieve an end, the cruelty-free solution, although not always expedient, is always beneficial to the entire solution. If you’re bent on the way of cruelty for convenience, be prepared for the cruelty you impose to come right back at you — not as vengeance, not as justice, not as cruelty for cruelty, but in the form of war. When you war against somebody else, you war against yourself. Cruelty creates war, and war comes in many forms. If you want war, then you’ll get war by weaving cruelty into your problem solving strategies. Take out the cruelty and voila! A solid, workable solution emerges. In fact, many solutions emerge. Every problem has many facets, so to look for one solution for each problem solves only one facet of the problem.
  • A solution must serve the entire planet, not just a small group of privileged humans wanting the world to revolve around their needs. The gigantic prejudice this particular group has against the entire planet will come back to them in the form of extinction. That’s the price. Be sure, all you privileged humans out there, that you really do want your privileged peers making those kinds of decisions on your behalf. The planet doesn’t discriminate; it survives. If you get in the way of the planet’s ability to survive, it will try to train you in the ways of survival. It’s a lot easier if you train yourself, before the planet is forced to do it on a large scale, which could adversely affect all that inhabits it.

 

‘ISMS’ AND WEDGES

Using ‘ism’ labels to discriminate is part of a propaganda machine used by groups to discredit in the entirety any person who doesn’t support the entirety of what a particular individual, group or nation does and/or supports. The easiest way to accomplish this is to place sweeping labels of prejudice, such as racism, sexism, ageism, anti-semitism, anti-vegetarianism, gayism, anti-patriotism, terrorism, elitism, cronyism, etc., onto the targeted individual, group or nation. As you see, an ‘ism’ doesn’t always denote a prejudice; sometimes you need to put an ‘anti’ in front of it. It’s all confusing, which is often the point. You don’t know if you’ve been called ‘for or against’ something. This strategy though effective in the short term pulls no long term weight. So for all of you who rush to apologize or go into rehab for social gaffes associated with prejudice, wait out your accuser.

  • We all have prejudices, but thankfully for the survival of the planet (and the individual), within those prejudices are exceptions to our own prejudices. So for example, those who hate all white people will find some qualities or people within that race acceptable to them. Even those who hunt and eat their prey at every meal, while supporting all the prejudices against those with no voice nor vote, will have a dog, cat or bird for whom they would die.
  • These little wedges built into our simplest and most complex prejudices keep the doors open to further growth. Of course if you separate yourself from everyone and everything that isn’t exactly like you, you’ll either die of loneliness or develop a prejudice against yourself, which could in the latter situation lead to the development of a wedge, if you value just one thing in yourself, which could open the door to growth once more. So there is hope, even for the most prejudiced among us.
  • If you’ve ever wondered why anti-semitism is against the law worldwide, punishable by ruined reputations, careers, families, businesses, resulting in targeted assassinations, executed by the Jewish worldwide underground network, you’re not alone. However, anti-semitism is not a dislike of Jews or Arabs, but rather a dislike of Jewish and/or Arab practices. At least this is in accordance with Webster’s dictionary, where we can accurately assume the Jews defined themselves and the ’isms’ associated with them as well as their Arab brothers and sisters.
  • We can probably safely say that most human on human prejudices toward groups are based on the practices of those groups, usually cultural in nature. Rather than punish those who criticize cultural practices with even more atrocious acts of discrimination, enslavement, torture and slaughter, the very existence and nature of some practices beg to be understood.

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CHANGE

  • Change. In some way you must engage in the process of change if you want change to happen. It’s no longer enough to sit back hoping for change while others do all the work of it. At some point you must make whatever contribution you’re comfortable making, understanding that you may be discriminating against yourself by remaining in a comfort zone you’ve long outgrown, but haven’t had the motivation to move beyond.
  • One must experience the process of change in order to continue on the path of change. It’s not like a movie that somebody else writes and your part is written in somewhere near the end, and all you have to do is show up. Change is an evolution of you. Your life, your goals, your setbacks, your challenges, hopes and dreams are constantly in the state of reassessment.  Every individual can and does make a difference. A person’s contribution, however, is no greater or lesser than anybody else’s. You can change the world by starting with yourself. It is by changing yourself that you change the world. Yes, that’s right. You change the world by changing yourself.
  • The good news is that it can be done in an instant. So yes, you do have a magic wand and that magic wand is you. Nobody else can do it for you.  It’s called self-correcting behavior. When you change yourself, because we’re all connected to the same universe, that universe changes in your likeness. So make sure your change is a positive one and that it conforms to the five principles to a better life: no prejudice, discrimination, enslavement, torture and slaughter.
  • The key word is no. If left unchecked prejudice leads to discrimination which leads to enslavement which leads to torture and finally to slaughter unless you take conscious steps to prevent it or once implemented to stop it. However, any one of the fundamental flaws of society can occur spontaneously without going through the process of the others. For example, slaughter can occur without prior warnings of prejudice, discrimination, enslavement or torture when a sudden real or perceived threat to one’s survival occurs. Be assured, however, that when the spontaneous event of slaughter occurs, the other four flaws simultaneously occur with it.
  • The unpredictable nature of the five flaws makes it even more critical to prevent prejudice from occurring in the first place, by being vigilant of your real thoughts and feelings, rather than those you’re told by society to have. To change yourself, thus the world, you must be an activist. Activist means activity. An activist of “one” means that you set an example of the change you want. For example, if you want everybody to get along, then  make an effort to get along with everybody else.