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by Cynth'ya Lewis
Tuesday, March 15, 2005
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Since Jesus is the Rock in a Weary Land, and a Shelter in the Time of Storm, I have one thing to say. . . .

The Spirit moves; the writer writes. There is never ever any time off. (clr)

THEIR Wars have always been fought because some man refused to listen to reason, and he had a woman who coaxed his ego because the woman was fearful when it came to challenging the thought from the brain of a man in charge.

THEIR Diseases have always killed too soon because people who created these microbial killers ended up looking for cures to save the ones they never meant to harm.

THEIR Successes have always been predicated on the fact that somebody always has to lose who happens to differ with their opinion of that which is branded as "The Normality"

. . .on the other hand. . .

MY AFRICAN AMERICAN people are the only people who can say that the great majority of their ancestors were hostages without choice.

. . .similarly. . .

MY NATIVE AMERICAN people were targeted in mastermind programs funded by tax dollars to, by any means necessary, sicken and weaken and destroy the strong.

MY NEXT GENERATION FAMILIES are the only people who can say that we were systematically broken down by a law that made it hard to find work because our leaders sent the work overseas, and they still got re-elected based upon

F. . .alse
E. . .vidence
A. . .ppearing
R. . .eal

/that really never came together
. . .as programm'd/

MY FULL SPECTRUM FREEDOM FIGHTERS, the men and the women of America, are the only people who can be born in this country and denied all the rights of respect as full citizens in this country once they have laid down their lives for this country--unless they are related to CON_gress_MEN

MY PRO_gress_WOMEN, we the sisters of Wholeness, are the only people who are still judged by their ability to please men visually and sexually as a way to improve our lifestyles as opposed to being accepted solely on the virtue of intelligence.

MY BROTHERS of all colors have been taught a lie that shedding tears is a sign of weakness when the truth is that tears are a sign of humility, sensitivity and wisdom.

MY ELDERLY have been shov'd aside as waste matter in a pool of experience that has been neglect'd by impatience on the part of those who are too busy to care for them and too ignorant to revere them.

and . . .ALL MY CHILDREN are left to irrationally raise themselves by default of cable television and video games and surrogate child care substitute mommies in terms of intellectual and spiritual growth. . .

. . .if the weekly price is right. . .

and WHAT IS LEFT OF MY EARTH is simply this:

A planet full of herbs and mountains left naked by global incest. A people whom are shunned by those who value greed more than the life that those herbs are meant to extend life and the mountains set up to protect us from danger, without discriminating against those who need the healing based on their ability or lack of when it comes to being insured as worthy.

AND AFTER SUMMING US WHAT IS THEIRS, AND WHAT IS MINE. . . as bad as things look right now. . .

i think mine is gonna win ~

© 2005 cynth’ya lewis reed
all rights reserv'd

Author's Inpiration: Never worry when reading the headline news. This world is not home to those who are faithful in Christ. Even though it's very hard to argue with history, it always takes an act of God working through humanity to change it.

(oh, by the way, I love y'all, which is why I can't hold back the Spirit.) blessin's

Scientific Study, Faith, Not So Far Apart (from CS Monitor news)

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Reviewed by Dave Harm
Powerful message... the Spirit is alive... I just wish, more would hear and listen...
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK
Most Excellent_Yep In Name Of Total Greed We Bleed...

Whence You Can Shed Tear's Without Crying You Will Have Found (God)_

Cynthia This Has To Be One Of Most Compassionate Intellectual Articles I've Seen Written At AD To Date--I Read Everything Even Junk Poetry!

How It Is: You Didn't Win You Didn't Lose Like Me You Are Sure As Hell Going Too Collect...

PS: They Do To You They Did To It Too Me,Whence (God) Call's As He Will --Humanity Fall's Crawlen In Each Others Blood--I'll Be STANDEN TALL --Turn Look To Your Right In Blink Of Your Eye You Will See Me,TRASK My Hand Will Be Out To You...

Tear's, TRASK
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner

Never try to hold back the Spirit. Never happen. :)

An amazing, thought provoking, educational write that's going into my library to refer to again and again when the fears have got me going. :)

Thank you

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :)
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
A most powerful message, cynth'ya. One that hurts but that's what is said about the truth sometimes. Thank you. Love and peace to you. Regis
Reviewed by George Jackson
So profound. An amazing write that goes in my Library.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
you hit it right on the head, gurl! powerful message in this write; well done!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in tx., karen lynn. :(
Reviewed by Sherry Heim
Let he who is without sin, cast the first stone. The power of change lies in the individual and the way that we each live our own life and the way that we teach our children to live their lives. What goes on around us is just stuff, much of which we have little control over. It is up to us to realize that we do/or do not wish to live by our own set of principles.
Take care,
Reviewed by Sherry Gibson
You hit right where it hurts with this one. Brutal truths that many are afraid to talk about. Love you straight forward punching style! An excellent write with so much intelligence and thought behind it my friend. As a woman with a Native American ancestory, this one really came home for me. Excellent work Cynth'ya.

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