Yahndi Deenay, Upper Wilsons Creek
Let’s pretend that Australia hasn’t got the worst drinking problem in the world.
Let’s pretend that drinking alcohol doesn’t create a shadow of lower energy that attracts other lower energies and that this affects everyone in some kind of dramatic way, especially children.
Let’s pretend that when we drink around children that they think it’s really cool and that we are setting
Let’s pretend that we never knew how to dance and sing and laugh until we drank alcohol.
Let’s pretend that alcohol makes all our problems go away.
Let’s pretend that drinking alcohol is a way of honouring our divine bodies.
Let’s pretend that the dark forces playing our planet and our spirit don’t have a hand in this alcohol thing.
Let’s pretend that we don’t have the spiritual power to shift alcohol out of our beings and out of the Byron Shire completely.
Let’s pretend that fluoride doesn’t put a crust over our pineal gland (third eye) and that all the chemicals in our food haven’t been placed there to weaken us and make our kids go crazy.
Let’s pretend that immunisations for our little babies are created by an enlightened government and that they will stop our children from ever being sick again and side effects are nothing to worry about.
Let’s pretend that illness isn’t our body’s way to get a message to us that our spirit ain’t happy.
Let’s pretend that white powder comes from a pure source because it’s white.
Let’s pretend that abusing and neglecting our bodies is OK and that the abuse of the Earth has nothing to do with this.
Let’s pretend that our education system is evolving with our kids and realises that their growing bodies need a lot of exercise, their spirits need a lot of creative play and that this is just as important as the mind.
Let’s pretend that our kids love school and they leave as whole and happy beings without any self-destructive tendencies and everything they learnt was relevant to a child’s life.
Let’s pretend that police make us feel really safe.
Let’s pretend that Blackfellas feel honoured and respected in their own country and ‘sorry’ made such a big difference to the way they are treated.
Let’s pretend that when we chose to come back to Earth we had no understanding that part of the journey involved a God Almighty battle between light and dark.
Let’s pretend that it’s not 2012, we’ve never heard of the word ascension and that our creative power in the here and now isn’t the strongest force on the planet.
Let’s pretend that when I wrote this God had no part in it.