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Wisconsin Winter Reality Pinch

I was in the mood for plain laziness a couple days after Thanksgiving.  This is pretty typical for most individuals.  Wisconsin is notorious...

Sunday, December 6, 2015

Who Does this to Our Children

The strangest thing occurred.  Bullet shells were discovered at the Milwaukee Betty Brin Children's Museum.  What are your thoughts about this?  Read more here: https://shar.es/1cSfdx

The word “BANG” spelled out next to shells. 

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Min. Dr. Marcus Hart, D.D.
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Wisconsin Winter Reality Pinch

I was in the mood for plain laziness a couple days after Thanksgiving.  This is pretty typical for most individuals.  Wisconsin is notoriously a place where it can be easy to achieve the state of laziness.  Some believe that winter season is hibernation and that you should put everything off until the new year ahead.  This mentality does nothing but harm your purpose and your energy levels.  Ultimate result is additional weight packed on, depression, sluggishness, and an idle mind.  I was threaten to avoid being a victim of the Wisconsin winter woes by traveling south for the duration of this contagious mood.  However, as if the universe closed it gates to me and my desire to run from the upcoming venomous outbreak; all types of life circumstances arose to prevent my trip from happening.  I think I made the mistake by informing people of my plans to dodge to the winter demon.  It was surely their mindset and disgust with my plans that manifested into my energy.  Shaking my head I was pissed instantly and went into the depressive state.  I begin dying slowly into ultra "f#*k it" mode.  I'm telling you that this is surely the mood in the air throughout the state of Wisconsin during winter.  It is worst then the zombie apocalypse.  After almost surrendering myself over to conform, the universe heard my cries and presented new opportunity and a way to exercise my purpose.  I was enticed with volunteering my skills and expertise into politics.  It was surely fresh and it sparked new life into me.  It pinched me that the reality of this time of the season is to give back as much as possible.  It isn't much so that we Wisconsinites desire to intentionally hang in the throw for the year and slow down the pace in terms of business.  It is more so that this season is commercialize so much and has huge implications on getting together with the ones you love to catch up before it's back to business.  I know understand "cuddle season". (lol)  Not everyone has that ability or desire to gather around a family, a significant other, or friends.  If you are like me, you are single majority of the year due to grinding hard towards your mission and purpose.  Most people in this special category burn out and succumb to depression.  The only way to combat this in this time of the season is to give back your skills, wisdom, and expertise at no charge.  This will fill your spirit and spark you with a mini-mission and purpose.  You will not have to abandon the feeling you enjoy of impacting the society and changing the world.  The best part is that it will cost you nothing.  So don't say "f#*k it" too soon.  There's hope and opportunity ahead.  The universe loves us and is out for our best interests.  Watch for signs that will lead you into giving back for a bigger cause.

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Min. Dr. Marcus Hart, D.D.

Marcus Hart is a two published author, New Age minister, and Expert Thinker.  He can help YOU structure and organize your thoughts to transform away from mental conformity and spiritual infirmity.
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