Wil Ash, Mulumbimby
Are people aware of how we are being changed from our loving, compassionate selves, with the ability to recover from illnesses thanks to our immune system that was our gift at birth, and our ability to breathe in fresh air? And how we are now becoming something not quite human?
We are learning to take small breaths through the mask, recycling our own breath. Even on the beach it’s better to use the mask, even at sport. No more filling your lungs with fresh air, of which there is plenty. To not hug or touch each other, to actually not talk to a friend, you might infect each other. To be fearful at all times. Sign in wherever you go, so the ones in control can check you.
And now the division between the ones who follow the rules and the ones who still have their own minds and dignity. This division is destroying us all and the governments are rubbing their hands. They don’t need to do anything and can keep us on strings forever. There will always be another flu, another injection. Is this a world you want to leave your children and grandchildren? Is this a world you want to live in? Is this the example we leave, to live in fear? To obey all the rules?
And to be so vehement to those who want to live a life without masks, without jabs, relying on their own health? Those who know they have the right to breathe freely. That breath is our right.
This town used to attract the Other, the individual. Look around you and see what has happened.