Today, I am learning how to talk to these demons in order to control them and what they do to me.
(Muslims not Mormons – I had that below I will now command these Demons to stop interfering when I write NOW!)
I am truly blessed to have Nabeela as a daughter-in-law. Her parents are wonderful people and her family is a delight. Nabeela is a non practicing Muslim with the high moral standards of her family. Her family is Muslim. They have welcomed my son into their family.
Evil people have been diligently working to get and keep our fear up when it comes to Muslims. We, and people in other nations are to fear them as potential terrorists, fear them because they take our jobs, and we are to be against all who practice their religion. These fears are ALL completely unfounded.
Let’s take one horrible event that was used to further our fears. After 9/11, of course the nation was sick to its core. We were in mourning and we were angry. President Bush did a very good job of bringing the country together. But then, we were ready to fight and Devil Worshippers were right there to use this tragedy to further their agenda.
I was very distressed when there was talk of going to war with Iraq. This may sound strange, but I do not trust war. For, oh, so many reasons. Since the Vietnam War, I have asked who stands to gain monetarily: individuals, corporations, the military complex? I now am also asking, “What individual’s and groups’ agendas are being fulfilled?”
To some of you this may sound un American. Keep this in mind – EVERY PRESIDENT KNEW THAT WE COULD NOT POSSIBLY BE SUCCESSFUL IN VIETNAM. THOUSANDS OF MEN WERE SENT TO FIGHT BY MEN WHO KNEW THAT THEY WERE FIGHTING IN VAIN.
That statement up above is just one example of why everyone needs to learn to think and question.
Here is a question: Did the Mormon Church start “going backwards” in the 1970’s as regards women and divorce? Could this have been to prevent the church from moving forward with as fierce a patriarchal structure as it had historically? I ask because of things I noticed – a former friend at a reunion – Mormon woman. She had gone to camp with me and I had gone to one of her church’s dances. She was vibrant and wore stylish – appropriate clothes. At a reunion she looked worn down. Not stylish. Not the same person. I graduated in 1973 from high school. The war was just ending.