I’m tired of living in a world where we have been so conditioned our default interaction when passing someone in the street is to swerve and dodge away from each other.
Even if you are not fearful of them, you do it anyway “just to be nice”. As if just by being alive, each fellow being is a lethal threat. With a 99.97% rate of survival and thrival.
I’m tired of seeing basic human manners being lost, like holding the door open for someone to be met with utter denial of the door holder’s existence. A mask does not equal an exemption from manners.
I’m tired of seeing children being conditioned to be afraid of each other.
I’m tired of seeing masked nursery teachers muffling half-heard sentences to tiny humans who are trying to learn how to speak.
I’m tired of the lies upon lies being rolled out so fast, but not fast enough to stop grandad’s sleeve being rolled up. Or to stop the un-counted souls from ending it all because they haven’t hugged anyone in a year.
And can someone explain, since when do you all trust your governments? The last time I checked, it was everyone’s favourite topic not to. Or was that just when you were all allowed in the pub?
Since when? Since fear of death beat the sense out of you?
I’m tired of tongues being held, lips being bitten, shoulders being shrugged, culture being cancelled.
Blatantly orchestrated division, conquering and conditioning human indecision.
Or would you rather it was all decided for you? What to believe. What to think. What to say or not to say or who to hold?
And no-one has ever answered why we have to pay to be alive.
I’m f*cking tired! I’m tired of the mundane being the inevitable. Disempowerment is the deadliest disease of all. Let’s at least start loving each other because fear is getting us nowhere.
I might be “spiritual” and a “healer”, but I’m still a feeling, enduring, swearing human that sees the impact of all of this on individuals worldwide, and sometimes it just needs to be expressed.
By Nina Morrocco
Quantum Healing Hypnosis Practitioner
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