Homelessness Among the Elderly Expected to Triple in 10 Years – Invisible People

Poor middle-aged individuals are at greatest risk of becoming homeless. Many are making ends meet through low-wage jobs, and unable to save money.
— Read on invisiblepeople.tv/homelessness-among-the-elderly-expected-to-triple-in-10-years/

Hopi Messenger So Many Truths from Ancestors

Including the messages of the Peace Accord agreed to represented

by the 4Corners

www.youtube.com/watch

The Smear Campaigns of the Narcissist

Rocking this , I am the abuser, whore, unworthy snake

and he is long suffering victim .. Family and friends supporting

him, have heard the lies , enjoyed his favor , in black and white

that has been fabricated …like a spiral it just gathers momentum

the shaming and blaming , sick punishment as the gloating pride

often laughing at the win ,the power, the control, often stating

the blame was mine ..

Flying Monkeys , His Monkeys encourage attacks , by all around

him, in his circus towards his target .

I stepped out of this energetic , business and liberating our family

and generations of Domestic & Child Abuse . WE are many …mighty

and Divinely Guided …🙏🥰💗

Come to think of it , I’m no damn Domestic

#IntimatePartnerViolence/ChildAbuse

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Blessings & Peace ,

DonaLuna

www.youtube.com/watch

U.S. has world’s highest rate of children living in single-parent households | Pew Research Center

Endangered :

Children and Elders .

It’s a cash cow, for all Corps and many

branches of behavioral health , which has adversely influenced

our laws, our society …

Purging this for review , due transforming, as a consciousness

and sanity replace this hell on earth for heaven in New Earth

Reality ….

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Blessings & Peace ✌️

Doña Luna

Almost a quarter of U.S. children under 18 live with one parent and no other adults, more than three times the share of children around the world who do so.
— Read on www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2019/12/12/u-s-children-more-likely-than-children-in-other-countries-to-live-with-just-one-parent/

Declaration of the Four Sacred Things

Declaration of the Four Sacred Things
The Earth is a living, conscious being. In company with cultures of many different times and places, we name these things as sacred: air, fire, water, and earth.
Whether we see them as the breath, energy, blood, and body of the Mother, or as the blessed gifts of a Creator, or as symbols of interconnected systems that sustain life, we know that nothing can live without them.
To call these things sacred is to say that they have a value beyond their usefulness for human ends, that they themselves become the standard by which our acts, our economics, our laws, and our purposes must be judged. No one has the right to appropriate them or profit from them at the expense of others. Any government that fails to protect them forfeits its legitimacy.
All people, all living things, are part of the earth life, and so are sacred. No one of us stands higher or lower than any other. Only justice can assure balance; only ecological balance can sustain freedom. Only in freedom can that fifth sacred thing we call spirit flourish in its full diversity.
To honor the sacred is to create conditions in which nourishment, sustenance, habitat, knowledge, freedom, and beauty can thrive. To honor the sacred is to make love possible.
To this we dedicate our curiosity, our will, our courage, our silences, and our voices. To this we dedicate our lives.
–Starhawk

13 Indigenous Grandmothers

www.youtube.com/watch

Jimmy Carter: Why I believe the mistreatment of women is the number one human rights abuse  | TED Talk

With his signature resolve, former US President Jimmy Carter dives into three unexpected reasons why the mistreatment of women and girls continues in so many manifestations in so many parts of the world, both developed and developing. The final reason he gives? “In general, men don’t give a damn.”
— Read on www.ted.com/talks/jimmy_carter_why_i_believe_the_mistreatment_of_women_is_the_number_one_human_rights_abuse/up-next