If I was a hero, this would be my costume, and that would be my Lab. My staff would be my pen, and I would write for you.
With all the kids missing, and more going missing every day, I had to do it. I wrote a series about human trafficking.
The goal: to get the people to form communities again and then to stand up, band together to ward off human trafficking from our communities.
How I plan to pull this off? A series I’m in talks with distributors about to pitch to Netflix. This series will deal with trafficking in everyone’s neck of the woods, everyone’s neighborhood.
This trafficking must stop, it can not continue on. Human Trafficking, sex slaves and the like must meet its resting place, once and for all – FOR EVER! And a Shero – She-hero is just the person to do it. When all else fails, any justice will do.
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Here’s the thing about eating organic:
You have to be sure you eat from farms that ONLY grow organic, because there is this thing called “Wind Drift.”
During the Vietnam war when they were dropping Agent Orange/a STRONG TOXIC pesticide, on the trees etc. to kill the foliage. They learned the wind blew some of the agent on the FarmLand And other Lands and affected the citizens and our troops, giving them cancer.
Today, the pesticide is used, dropped from planes just as they were in Vietnam so the fruits and vegetable trees and farmland to prevent weeds, & bugs from eating the plants. The pesticides kill the weeds and the bugs and when we get the fruit and vegetables if we don’t wash them and even if we do they may kill us as well.
However, this Wind Drift actually blows the pesticides as it’s being dropped, so if one side of the land grows Organic and the other doesn’t very often times you can count on Windy days or Days when those big fans are turning they will be blowing those pesticides on even the organic foods via Windrift.
What does this mean? We have to be sure our Organic fruits & vegetables were grown on ALL organic farmlands or we risk Wind drift.
My grandmother used to say,
“When in the land of the one-eyed Giant, close one eye.”
Some of us are a little slow in learning this and other lessons, but we would do right by ourselves to listen to those who came before us. Anytime we went against the grain of what our predecessors taught us, nothing good came of it. In fact, oftentimes we learned why they said, what they said. To this, I propose we Close One Eye.
Use that how you need, but in short, rarely has anyone shown appreciation for one’s difference. In fact, differences have proven to more so be a reason they ostracize.