(The Free Thought Project)
Instead of fining an elderly woman for her tall grass or arresting her, a Minnesota cop used discretion and kindness and mowed it for her.
Orono, MN — In case after case, the Free Thought Project has reported on countless incidents of police officers responding to welfare checks and killing or maiming the innocent recipients in the process. We’ve also reported on multiple incidents of the American police state targeting elderly people who are unable to mow their grass. However, what makes this case out of Orono, Minn. so unique is that this same scenario started just like the aforementioned ones, but thanks to officer Matt Siltala, it ended in the exact opposite manner—with kindness, instead of extortion and violence.
Read more via Instead of Ticketing Elderly Woman for Tall Grass, This Cop Mowed it For Her — The Free Thought Project
May 31st, 2019 By Rachel Horton White Guest Writer for Wake Up World
There is a war out there against the expansion of human consciousness. It has been escalating in recent years to the point where we must protect ourselves from the onslaught of this intervening frequency trying to turn us into stressed-out, sick automatons.
Read more via The War on Human Consciousness — Wake Up World
May 19, 2019 By Suzanne Maresca
By Gillian MacBeth-Louthan, thequantumawakening.com
Wesak is one of my favorite times of year, I just love the blending of the Buddha and the Christ with Quan Yin being a chickie buffer in-between them, these are 3 of my favorite spiritual energies. When they come together is it very soft and powerful and every cell of the body can feel the holy dispensations.
Wesak is the celebration of Buddha’s birth/ enlightenment /& death. According to ancient beliefs, the Buddha was born, attained enlightenment, and left Earthly incarnation under the Full Moon of Taurus. The Buddha returns at this time each year to bring a new Light to the world. Spiritual leaders from all dimensions and times gather in Wesak Valley, high in the Himalayas.