Tessa Fights Robots ~> Against the Thievery

An impromptu prayer.

Tessa Lena

14 hr ago

This story is words pouring out me without much thinking. This is how I feel, and hopefully it resonates.

water falls on brown rocky mountain
Photo by Daniel Lincoln on Unsplash

My soul wants respect, and I reject all thievery.

I reject the admonishments by the unhealed to shape my life after their trauma.

I reject the neglect.

I reject the lies that I was told by the predators and by their victims.

I reject the theft of dignity.

I reject the theft of love.

I reject the theft of enjoyable human relationships.

I reject all the tricks, and I expel them completely, and all the pain they caused me.

I have no more use for that pain, I let it go without attachment.

I reject the theft of dignity.

I reject the theft of dignity.

I reject the theft of dignity.

I reject the theft of respect for my love.

I reject the theft of my free will.

I reject the theft of my freedom to live on the time that my soul knows.

I reject the hungry ghost of the mechanical clock.

I reject all the lies.

I reject all the lies.

I reject all the lies.

I pray for the healing of men who have been in a battle for too long and lost touch with their emotions because their beautiful, talented warrior spirits got stuck in the never-ending battle, and they forgot the path to peace.

I pray for the healing of women who forgot the dignity and the significance of their gift to heal because so many people had neglected them or treated them like they were invisible.

I pray for the healing of all the women who feel bled out from bending and folding themselves a thousand times over to accommodate the healing of the men, stuck in a battle. It is tiresome. I pray for the path to peace to be remembered and walked with joy!

We need each other to heal, that is the law of life. Now is the time to heal.

I pray for restoring the balance.

I pray for restoring the balance.

I pray for restoring the balance, so that we can live well.

I pray for the healing. I pray for all of us, free people, to straighten out our spines and to remember who we are, with dignity. I pray for us to jump out of the trap and to draw our energy from the memory of being loved children (even if we need to go back and love ourselves all over because perhaps our childhood wasn’t perfect).

I pray for a reconnection with our good ancestors so that they can guide us to become whole, for real, without pretense, whole like we were born to be.

We always deserved to be loved children. All those lies, all that hurt, it was a mistake.

The good thing is, mistakes can be fixed, and healing can be all-encompassing and complete.

It was never right to steal from us.

It was never right to steal our confidence and the importance of our spirits.

It was never right to steal our connection to the Earth.

It was never right to steal our dignity.

It was never right to steal from us.

It was never right to steal our importance.

It was never right to look through us without seeing us.

It was never right to intentionally or unintentionally abuse us.

May we shake off all the pain, all the abuse, all the neglect!

May we heal. May we heal the soonest! May we live well the soonest!

We are love.

I forgive myself for all of my past stumbling completely. I come from love, and my love is valid.

I say so, and I ask my good ancestors to help.

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About michael burgwin

A child of the peace and antiWar movements, a Truther with self-diagnosed Opposition Defiance Disorder, formerly politically liberal tho now politically marooned, and Post-Doomer, on any issue, I trend to the conspiracy side, sort through the absurd, fantastical and insane, until I find firm ground usually located just the other side of the censorship firewall of propaganda and orthodoxy, dogma, and other either / or thinking.
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