The Real Need to Go Out for a Walk
By TLB Staff Author: Lucille Femine
This is not about health. And it’s not even about going outdoors to defeat COVID, though both are very important.
I’ll start with something I did this morning which began the process of discovering something that I really want to pass on.
I posted a write up today on three of my Facebook pages about how I used to sell my art locally, directly and without the internet. And I did well. I used to walk around my neighborhood with my camera and take pictures of people, houses, dogs, etc – with their permission. Then I would go home and paint them. I’d go back to show them and be greeted with great, big smiles of appreciation and I made decent money. People love personal images of themselves or related things which is why it was so successful.
So I had that partly in mind when I went for my daily walk (I’m lying, I don’t go out every day). But today I did and I was very fortunate to meet two people who gave me an idea that I think will be very workable to help handle the crisis in our world.
When I go out for my walks these days, I always look for people to talk to, even if it’s just hello. It’s not that I’m lonely. I just sense and experience the imposed isolation and I refuse to agree. We need to dispel it, talk to people, even dare to be less than six feet away, that stupid myth that it will prevent catching the virus. Haven’t enough of us seen enough videos from enough doctors who show clearly how dumb this is, along with the masks?
Apparently not, of course. I’ve encountered a few instances of sheer hate, like an angry, hissing cat when you get too close. But there’s hope. There’s growing awareness.
This is exactly the hope I felt when I stopped to talk to these two men in front of their house. We talked for half an hour about the truth – the plan to destroy the planet with covid, riots, the Democratic evil, about Q, the real possibility JFK, Jr is alive, etc. It was exhilarating. Total agreement and refreshing sanity to share.
I wanted to stay in touch so I got a phone number. When I left, I made the connection between my experience selling art and how we can use the essence of that to overcome the evil.
So go out for a walk as often as you can. Say hello to everyone you meet. You’re looking for engagement. Feel out their viewpoint of the crisis. There’s not much you can do about the ones with their heads…in the sand. I’ll be civil. They are set with their fake news beliefs, like it’s gospel truth. But find the ones who have a clue. Build it up by giving them data they might not know and names of patriots online they can read and watch their videos. Then get their phone number. Give them yours.
Isn’t this what you would call real grassroots? In the flesh? Sure, there’s massive communication online but first, much of it is suppressed. It’s harder to practice cancel culture with a live person in front of you.
And second, there’s nothing like live communication between and among real human beings. Virtual living is as fake as mainstream media. Well, I take that back to some degree. We’ve all made some great friends online.
But really, don’t you agree people need to be close? Not as close as the New York subway at rush hour, of course, but together. We’re social beings.
As we gather friends this way and have contact information, I thought – what can we do? I’m not sure yet. There’s plenty of great patriot groups online but pretty dispersed, right? All over the world actually. But your neighbors are real close.
Can we return to old-fashioned times when people actually knew their neighbors? This would bring us out of not only the current isolation but the general communication failure that’s existed for quite some time. When I was a kid, I knew everyone on my block by name. We knew everything about everybody without emails and cell phones. But isn’t that interesting that emails and cell phones have become, to a large degree, the very instruments that separate us?
So this has been a creeping phenomena culminating in a sudden fascist separation from each other. Nothing could be worse in our fight to overcome them. Even the mask and no mask wearers has become a political divide. I suspect that the confusion generated by the CDC, Fauci and others who one day say wears masks, another day say masks are useless contributes to the conflict, possibly planned that way. But more likely, they’re just trying to cover their butts as we uncover their evil.
So try it out. Go for long walks. Meet your neighbors. Treat them like brothers and sisters, which they are. Enlighten them. Let them enlighten you. Keep in touch. Keep the purpose alive to help each other win back our country and then the rest of the planet.
This is not the only way but I’m excited to go for my next walk. I may even go every day.
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