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United we stand, and divided we fall. We must forget about the two party system, and stand behind those who uphold the U.S. constitution, support the rights of all lifeforms, and have integrity and compassion . The U.S constitution was written for a reason—to protect people from the government.


I am against all wars and destruction of humanity. Think about what we could achieve if we all worked together.


Whether it is walking somewhere green or by the water, or sitting in silence, Meditation is the key to a peaceful life. Sometimes I shut down from the physical world so that I can spend time to connect with the universal energy. I believe that we are all energy. However, because most of our life is focused on the physical world, this concept becomes difficult to grasp. 

One of my favorite meditations is by Saddah Guru-I'm not the body, I'm not the mind. If you are new to meditation, any guided meditation may be helpful, or just listen to soothing background music as you let go of your thoughts and relax.


I believe in science, outer space, and other life forms. One of my favorite people is Dr. Steven Greer. I highly recommend his documentaries, Unacknowledged, and Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind. Other lifeforms are not a threat. Human beings are their own worst enemy.


I trust naturopathic medicine. I think that we need to combine Eastern and Western medicine. Eastern medicine cures the disease, but it takes time. Western medicine cures the symptoms, and gives patients a temporary relief. I recommend the book titled, Mind Over Medicine, by DR. Lissa Rankin, and the documentary titled, Heal.


I think giving back is important, and it doesn’t have to be big. It can be as small as  buying food for the food bank, purchasing gifts for needy children, or donating to your favorite charity.  But before you donate to a charity, do a through research. There are so many "famous" charities that I do not like because they pocket the money even though they are "nonprofit," they make themselves look good by showing up on mainstream media, or their admin fees are high. I remember the 1994 Northridge earthquake. My cousin and I went to Northridge to distribute necessities like water, food, blankets, diapers and etc. One of the charities got mad at us and said that we must give those to them and let them distribute it. I told them to take a hike and distributed the goods myself to the people who needed them. At another point in time, after the 2010 Haiti earthquake, some of my Haitian tweeps on Twitter told me that all the U.S donations were all pocketed and they didn't receive anything. I looked into this and they were correct. Also, One well known phone company held on to the donations for a longtime before releasing it. They made a ton of money on interest. So, be careful when you donate. When not sure, help out a homeless person directly.


It is important not to take the people in your life for granted. Spend time with them, and tell them you love them. Oftentimes we keep in touch through text, facetime, what’s app, social media, and so on… And this is okay temporarily, but nothing beats having quality time with those around you. Virtual contact is fine when we’re busy, but too much is just empty and unfulfilling. Just because the technology is there, doesn’t mean that it always improves our lives. I don’t like texting back and forth. I text a few times and then I just pick up the phone and call. I do have long phone conversations, but when possible, I like to spend time in person.

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