Here in America, back in the 1950’s many of us watched a tv series called Father Knows Best. It was about a ‘wholesome’ white middle class family. And it kept true to its title. The dad was portrayed as a kind, compassionate man to everyone, but everyone kept pretty much within their gender roles. But most of us, over time began to notice that father doesn’t know best.
I am so grateful that we have someone like Donald Trump to use as an example of the human mind run amok. He wants total control. Yet he has no clue what he’s doing, and is willing to crush anyone who disagrees with him or is not loyal to him and him alone. The more control he is granted, without checks and balances, the more irrational he becomes. He trusts no one. He wants to appear strong, because underneath, he is terrified he is weak and vulnerable. So his ego is fragile, and paper-thin.
We have all heard ad nauseum the expressions for being strong, like man-up. Take it like a man. Don’t be a girl. (I’m sparing you the really offensive words here.) They have been used by all genders. And most people laugh and shrug it off. But if this perspective continues, things will not look good for humanity. They aren’t looking great right now. So what will save mankind? Certainly not becoming bigger, stronger, more powerful, more stoic, or more intelligent. Certainly not being even more mentally focused.
There’s been a major shift of energy these past couple of months, and everyone has experienced it in their own unique way. You could call it a reset. It could have manifested as a worsening of a physical condition, or feeling more boredom, more detached, or feeling like you have had enough, and are at the end of your rope. And in between there may have been more blissed out feelings.