Michelle Leduc Catlin
Embracing Our Humanity
Updated: Nov 13, 2021
"...I have also decided to stick to love. For I know that love is ultimately the only answer to mankind's problems."
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
I don’t yet know how to write about children dying and damaged from unnecessary EUA injections without being horrified and enraged at those who support these policies.
I don’t yet know how to forgive friends and family for adhering to authoritarianism without deeply questioning the reasoning used to mandate unprecedented restrictions on bodily autonomy, self-expression, and even the right to earn a living.
I don’t yet know how to do these things, and yet I am committed to them.
In April 2020, I supported mask wearing, lockdowns, and social distancing.
We didn’t seem to know what we were dealing with and extreme caution seemed prudent.
I was even proud of our collective participation in what I thought was for the common good.
Since I am not a news junkie but have been a follower of cutting-edge health sciences for the past decade, I followed what I always follow.
Scientists. Research. Studies.
I even took an online course from Yale University on how to read scientific studies without having my eyes glaze over.
I followed Nobel Prize-winning and other leading scientists and data geeks talking way above my level of understanding, listening for the bits I could comprehend.
A picture emerged that was undeniable — almost everything we had done was wrong.
So I adjusted.
As a student of spirituality, I understand the ego’s desire to hang on to one’s opinions.
I also understand the power of allowing the ego to weaken and crumble.
I used this as an opportunity to let go of what I thought I knew and open myself up to the truth, however uncomfortable that may be.
I started reading things that challenged not only my opinions but my beliefs.
As the armour of my ego fell away, I felt a freedom I have never experienced before.
I am no longer afraid of the truth, because it is no longer a threat to my identity.
I have no certainty about why unscientific mandates were put in place, but I continue to explore the evidence and research the theories.
The complexity of the coronacrisis is such that there are no easy answers.
But there are moral absolutes.
We don’t harm or kill children.
We don’t deny healthcare to the sick.
We don’t stand by and do nothing as these inhumane acts are taking place.
A campaign has been launched to coerce children into getting a shot for a disease that poses no threat to them and serves no purpose other than to make money for the pharmaceutical companies.
Since when do we give children an injection that has a greater risk for them than the disease it doesn’t even prevent?
“Children don’t get severely ill [with Covid-19]. Children don’t die from this infection. We’ve been fed a lot of misleading information.”
Dr. Paul Alexander,
Clinical epidemiologist and former senior advisor on pandemic policy,
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Click here for the full article 👇
A Canadian woman on the lung transplant list has been taken off the list until she succumbs to the injection — despite the fact that she has had past adverse reactions to vaccines.
Click here to read her story and sign the petition 👇
Since when do we deny healthcare to people who do not comply?
Do we stop offering healthcare to the Amish?
Do we judge those with STDs or addictions?
How about the obese and smokers?
If it's an issue of safety, do we deny healthcare to those sick people who are contagious...with anything?
We are in grave danger of losing our humanity altogether.
So why am I committed to releasing rage and forgiving those who don’t yet see?
Because as I said earlier this week, the means are always contained in the ends.
If we are to use this societal mess to evolve to the next level, we will need to catalyze the greatest power in the universe.
We must separate people from their actions, find compassion for the person and condemn the act.
This is awakening, and this is good.
It is painful and confronting and sometimes hard to bear.
But it is also liberating, cathartic, and empowering.
We will get to the other side far more quickly if we face injustice and move through it rather than deny it, resist it, or try to circumvent it.
And we will be our better selves in the process.
I'll be posting a variety of petitions, lawsuits, and other actions in the coming weeks so that each of us can find what resonates with our our expression.
Rebel News has several petitions that you can check out HERE.
There is so much activity happening in Canada and around the world.
Communities are being created and people are awakening to what really matters.
We can stand with others who share our commitment to human dignity and freedom.
We can accept our feelings without being overcome by them.
And we can use these challenges to awaken to our greatest purpose.
To care for our children, for each other, for the planet, and for the society we wish to create.
P.s. For a loving conversation about accepting oneself, join us for this week's How To Be Free podcast with renowned headshot photographer, Helen Tansey. HERE.
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