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Episode 4: Tipping the Scales of Justice & the Minnesota Riots

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Episode 4: Tipping the Scales of Justice & the Minnesota Riots

Tipping the Scales of Justice

“Unequal weights are an abomination to the Lord, and false scales are not good.” Proverbs 20:23

Democrats have all, ignorantly, been weighing in how they believe the George Floyd trial should go. If you are not a jury member listening to all of the evidence and hearing all of the discussions, then you are ignorant. In my opinion, those who are ignorant should not say publicly what the verdict should be. Maxine Waters, Ilhan Omar, Joe Biden and the Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey have all weighed in on their beliefs after the judge warned elected officials to be careful.

The judge said, “I wish elected officials would stop talking about this case, especially in a manner that is disrespectful to the rule of law and to the judicial branch and our function. I think if they want to give their opinions, they should do so in a respectful– and in a manner that is consistent with their oath to the constitution, to respect a co-equal branch of government.”

In the past, when people has faith in the judicial branch of the government, people would defer to the jury’s opinion because they were the ones who say all the evidence. Now people make decisions, on limited evidence, before there is even a trial. This is another sign that there is a lack of faith in our government these days.

Minnesota Riots

My family lives in Minnesota and I grew up close to this area. I see the people as if they could be my family. Because of that, I empathize with them having to deal with the riots. I like knowing that police are there protecting people from criminals. I don’t like the police feeling unwanted, or undesired because of a few people. In this podcast, I also discuss feeling a sense of safety because of police, versus feeling safety because of the law of attraction or my faith in God-Source.

Shifting Thoughts From Worry to Faith

I go through my thought process as I discuss what upsets me about this situation. And I show how I challenge my beliefs to get to a more positive mindset. The beginning starts with me being frustrated and angry. Though I am pretty peaceful, compared to the general hysterics seen these days. Throughout the podcast I discuss my other views based on the law of attraction. And, eventually, I get to a place of feeling like everything is working out in the large picture.

I apologize if I ramble too much or get side-tracked too much for your liking, but this is just how my mind works through things when I’m out of alignment with God-Source and trying to find my way back into alignment. Hopefully someone finds this glimpse into my thought processes helpful.

Thoughts After the Verdict

The jury came back very quickly on this case and judged him as guilty on all counts. Because of the social atmosphere it is difficult to know if they did so based on the evidence, fear, or prejudice. I truly don’t have faith in our government at this point, but I could have said that yesterday. My belief that the government may not be fair and just has no bearing on my belief that the law of attraction is just and always fair.

I personally think all the “rot in hell” and celebrating that people are doing is in bad taste. Many have lost all empathy. It reminds me of Pharisees and Jews cheering on Jesus being sentenced to death. Some would hate that comparison, but I know most cops take on the role they do to protect people. Also my comparison here is much more for the evil glee in the people who sent someone to death/hell, than it was about the person found guilty. I find celebrating, publicly, whenever anyone has something bad happen to them is childish, immature behavior. There is actually a word for it in German, Schadenfreude. The word I focused on for the new year was Compersion or Mudita, which is actually the opposite of this Schadenfreude. That kind of goes along with what I talk about in the podcast of tuning to the opposite of that which you do not like.

From outside of the drama triangle, I do have a belief that everyone is trying the best they can in life. People make mistakes, and deadly ones at that. I don’t doubt he was trying to help people that day. But this is Rose-Colored news, of course I would say that. People would say I have rose-colored glasses on thinking that he was trying to help people. Those who have no empathy for others are increasing as the drama does. Sooner or later people will end up in the same situation (vibrationally) and feel the effects of what they’re doing right now. I don’t wish that on folks. It’s just what happens until they hit rock bottom and make a change. I guess this means in the future we’ll be very kind, and sympathetic and understanding. Hope you enjoy the podcast.

Mentioned in the podcast:

Man’s Search for Meaning Viktor Frankl

Law of Attraction & Letting Go of the Old to Receive a Hundredfold in the Present Age

Many Lives, Many Masters: The True Story of a Prominent Psychiatrist, His Young Patient, and the Past-Life Therapy That Changed Both Their Lives

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