Do Protests Feed What They Oppose?

A 'Memetic' Observation About Resistance Marches

 

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Connie Kuramoto
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Connie Kuramoto

I don’t fully agree with you. After participating in protests to end the Vietnam War I have experienced life changing awareness, motivation, and connections that have made me a life long activist in food security. It is important to come together. It generates energy. It does not rob it from the cause. Setting strong intention in the company of others can be life changing.

Carol Brush Nicholson
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Carol Brush Nicholson

I agree with much of what you offer; Law of Attraction teaches us that what we resist persists. The more we focus on what we DON”T want, the more we attract it! We live in a purely energetic universe. So creating and holding a positive vision of an ideal world is far more effective than protesting what we don’t want, I believe.

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