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the under-30 conformity cult is driven by a clusterfuck of childhood vaccine damage and social media. Something like 35% of male americans born since 1988 are on the autism spectrum and have a hard time processing anything. Add to that the significant percentage who are on the fast track to a good social credit score and won't do anything that won't get them hundreds of “likes.” forget about hanging out with anyone who doesn't have the requisite number of IG or Tiktok “friends,”
Then there's another layer of brain damage from SSRI's..
on one hand, revolutionary movements have been co-opted for decades. Wasn't long before 60s radicalism was marketed as a t-shirt and a bong. then ten years later mtv was following madonna walking around the east village in her undies. But i've never seen anything like the last 3 years. Then again I didn't grow up in north korea or behind the iron curtain.
Got a hunch that the plan for “smart” muzzles is to integrate them with a VR headset. Blindness from the LED lights, brain cancer from the EMF and pleurisy too, I bet they'll have a 3-in-1 CRISPR fix for all of that!
Those of us who survive will have our hands full dealing with a generation that in some cases is damaged beyond repair. Kids who encounter you and Anais will be especially lucky – those who “pforgive” you anyway :)
Can't wait for your album.
Two beautiful souls !!! What a treat, thank you Tessa and Anaïs.
I forgive the person transgressing the sovereignty of the human freedom, but I will not forgive or forget the action. I know that the higher spiritual entities are judging our transgressions and their punishment is more just and more severe than any human one, “leave judgement to God” is written somewhere. I feel that Forgiveness is an expression of love.
Unfortunately, rushing means that I can't do interview but I enjoyed watching Zulal's 'Mer Dan' music video - 'https://youtu.be/2_JRoIs1qvM - thanks.
I so enjoyed this conversation! Two very wise women who've both been through a lot in their (your) lives - & have learned so much & grown so much. I appreciated the insights about women's relationships with other women, & how important motherhood is. How trauma can make a culture (or at least families) more cohesive in some ways. How much we can learn & grow from failed relationships/hard experiences. Also appreciate the lessons you've both learned coming from the particular cultures/countries you come from. And how universal some experiences are that we might mistake for being just about our own selves or our own cultures or our own generation. So glad I listened; thank you! A very rich dialogue.
Lovely conversation from two lovely women.
This was beautiful. Just forwarded it to a good female friend I haven't talked to in a while. Your talk was enjoyable and you both are so sweet. Thank you!
https://youtu.be/fUlUA8gAUXI Sisters you are stronger than you know! We are like the rose we are stronger than we know.