LIFE CAN BE UNFAIR-and voting rights

Published March 23, 2021 by Nan Mykel

           INNIT?

Photos and reading the news as metaphor…

An example of reading the news as metaphor:

A 6-weeks old baby boy drowned during baptism in a church. (Multiple news sources, 2001)

(and) The pope says priests cannot bless homosexual unions (NYPost Mar 15 2001)

3 comments on “LIFE CAN BE UNFAIR-and voting rights

  • SMiles Nan An
    Institution That
    At The Top

    Of ‘Authority’
    Turns A Blind
    Eye To Sexual
    Abuse Of Nuns
    And Young Children

    Has No Moral Authority
    Left In The First From the
    Very Beginning of Up To
    58 Percent Of Priests

    Studied And Assessed
    Already With Homo
    Sexual Orientation
    Within ‘The
    Organization’

    Those Not

    Brave

    Enough

    To Be Who

    They Truly

    Are Have Lost

    All Moral Authority

    For Even The Freedom

    Of Who They Are As Fear

    Of Who They are Exposed

    Ends In Doth Do Protest

    Way too Much

    For The
    Reality

    Of All
    Rainbow Colors
    And More as Nature
    Evolving For Diversity

    For The Most Basic
    Aspects Of Balance

    In Nature As When
    Environmental Stresses
    Come Epigenetic Change

    Creates A Nature Reality

    Of Off-Spring Still That

    Do Not Reproduce

    And Instead

    Assist

    Offspring-

    Free As Integral

    Parts of Continuing

    Survival Meanwhile

    ‘They’ Try To Master

    Mother Nature by Wearing

    Fabulous Golden Robes

    And Drinking out

    Of Golden

    Chalices

    True ‘They’

    Help Create

    Lovely Broadway

    Shows Too So Sad

    When Folks Don’t

    Understand The Sacred

    Value of All Of Who

    They Are Fearing

    No Part

    Of

    Their

    Nature to

    Not Only

    Kneel Yet

    Lion Roar

    For Who They are

    It’s Just Sad And

    Honestly Pitiful

    To Watch Folks

    Clothed

    With
    Lies

    For Who They

    Truly Are Nature

    The Real God Naked

    And Free to Be i Am

    As All
    Of Us

    Now At
    Best Loving

    Freely Baptized

    As We aRe From Womb😊🙌🙏

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