InJustice and Poverty April 15, 2021
I believe we have entered into the work of realms yet unknown driven by Spiritual insight and it’s achievement.
At this time in our evolution there is massive and comprehensive humanitarian movement and movements by governments, security forces, and commercial entities around the World. While these broad actions are occurring we must not forget to support the work and environments of those who are affected most by these actions.
The UnRighteous complain, protest, criticize, and moan about societal or social networks such as welfare but do nothing to correct the cause(s) of the problem(s). They deny access to government and commercial participation and markets of trade, healthcare, and investment.
Injustice is a central or principal burden and liability upon our senses of righteousness and fundamental being and surfaces as poverty or lack of prosperity. Law enforcement inequality also burdens humanities progress toward prosperity and God’s Kingdom.
The vote suppression activity creating injustice for the average working, working poor, and poverty stricken by the Republican Party in America which is warring within and without is very unwise. While one could consider ways to legally elude some of their intent, the emotions and sense of justice of the majority of Americans has risen to execution, action. The Party or it’s nonparticipating and uncompromising constituents will, in my opinion, pay a devastating price of finance, national support, and spiritual decline.
The work of righteousness by a majority in the World is bringing forth administrative progress in battles of integrity within the halls of our governments (social institutions) and there is now counter weight (work, money, etc.) balancing out the human scale of injustice that has been instituted within our societies.
We must continue communicating within and without entities such as businesses and governments of our society, social institutions, that provide prosperity and security and amongst ourselves. We must implement our visions.