A Great Day to Ask.

Its been too long though hasn’t it. I wanted to write a couple of times per week on here and I wanted to stick to a plan. Speaking of Plans,  I’ve so much in store, it’s going to be a good year I can feel it. Got to get my planning on. It’s a tad exciting you know, having complete strangers open themselves to you to trust that you can interview them not know what to fully expect. I can’t contain my emotions at the moment.

Look I’m just going to be a bit upfront at the moment and tell you that I believe in Tarot. Yes, you read that right, I said Tarot. As in Tarot cards and Tarot readings but I don’t go to readings. No I do it myself. I read my tarot late last year asking what was in store for 2019 (because you can’t ask the cards a question but you must be general about it. Well that’s what I was told). Anyways, I was waiting for the penny to drop and it happened today.

It’s a little peculiar actually that it happened today because it been a terrible end to the week. What with the attacks on the Mosques in New Zealand which was utterly horrendous. I hadn’t mentioned but I was stupid enough to see some footage. I don’t know why I looked but it was the curiosity that sparked the urge and now that I’ve seen it I can’t unsee it. All I’m reading on Twitter is about hate and disgust and people opening their mouths without thinking and some opening their mouths without caring. It’s strange how one would expect some common decency and respect of privacy when their own loved one’s had died but the tables are turned when they don’t respect those who have died. My heart pours out sympathy for the families, loved ones and friends.

Then, on the other hand we also witnessed the most beautiful sense of solidarity globally with the kids protesting about climate change led by Swedish girl Greta Thunberg. What an absolute marvel she is. Speaking out at the World Economic Forum and from there it was just go from there. Protesting is a right as accepted by our governments and if they didn’t want it to happen well we wouldn’t be democratic societies. There is more than enough powers in government pulling the strings on their own societal behaviours and when you see a young girl, 16 years old with such passion about serious global policy such as climate change well, you gotta smile eh. Well I‘m proud to be a parent of kids who care about climate change, are you?

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