Feeling Forgotten

Being Rebekah

But Zion said, ‘The Lord has forsaken me, and my Lord has forgotten me.’ ‘Never! Can a woman forget her nursing child, and not have compassion on the son of her womb? Surely they may forget, yet I will not forget you. See, I have inscribed you on the palms of My hands; Your walls are continually before Me.’” -Isaiah 49:14-16

Recently I have been feeling forgotten. Forgotten by friends, family, coworkers. Even God. There are days where I literally feel invisible. I feel like a toddler who only knows how to get attention by acting out. Negative attention is the only thing I seem to be capable of bringing to myself these days and I’m not quite sure why.

I keep having these situations happen where discussions and decisions are taking place around me, but no one remembers to include me in them. Every single day this week…

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2014 – Year of the Boycott?

Satu Insan - Malaysia

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by Indigoviolet

We need a Revolution, of course we do.  The question is: What can we do?

What we can do is BOYCOTT.  No energy is required to say “NO”.

For example… we can stop taking flights needlessly.  Take the train, coach, drive, or stay at home.  If we don’t want to be sexually abused, irradiated, provide iris and fingerprint scans for their databanks, do not pay to do so.  Withhold money.  Money is the only language businesses understand.  Cut off their supply until those who practise bad or unethical business cannot go on.  Tell them why.  A very brief and nonchalant email is all that is required, and it sends a powerful message.  Very soon, their bottom line will be reached.  Shareholders ‘Sell’.  Panic sets in, and then, and only then…

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