I do not consent to receive the injection made from substances that are not fully disclosed that may cause injury and death to myself.
On behalf of those who are not well informed as to the risks of injury and death and believe they are doing the right thing, and for those who know better and are under pressure to receive the experimental injection made up of unknown substances, and on behalf of the unborn children and on behalf of the mothers who are carrying them and believe they are doing the right thing, on behalf of those who are in the military who are being pressured to receive the experimental injection made up of unknown substances whilst being aware of the deaths and disabilities of fellow service men and women due to the substance known as Anthrax, on behalf of indigenous people, on behalf of my parents, my children, my grandchildren–
On behalf of all humanity and the continuation of our species as sovereign citizens of this Mother Earth:
This loaf of bread was made with these ingredients: sea salt, hard red winter wheat grown and milled in Maine at the Somerset Grist Mill and spring water from a not-so-secret spring in Exeter, in New Hampshire. This bread was crafted by these hands.
Speaking of hands…It took many hands and many voices to craft this democracy. Are you going to put a third mask over the second one or will you step outside the herd and seek the truth?
I highly recommend you see the film, Wake Up Call. You may have to search for it on alternatives to WP. It’s about what democracy looks.
P.S. There are two more extra special ingredients I placed in this bread, something I put into everything I make a commitment to– love and intent.
Sending you blessings for Truth, Beauty, Goodness & Freedom (and really good bread),
It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle,
than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of heaven.
The eye of the needle is about truth. It’s about justice. It’s about freedom. It’s about traveling Light.
How are you traveling these days?
If you are feeling weighted down it may be time to pause and consider the source of your heavy load and put it in the burden basket. As you feel lighter you may want to consider what you might do to help another lighten their load.
No act of kindness goes unrewarded, as there is such a good feeling that comes with helping another up.