Friday, December 4, 2015

Violence Begets Violence

"Violent behavior promotes other violent behavior, in return."

"The ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral begetting the very thing it seeks to destroy, instead of diminishing evil, it multiplies it. Through violence you may murder the liar, but you cannot murder the lie, nor establish the truth."

"Through violence you may murder the hater, but you do not murder hate. In fact, violence merely increases hate."


      ~ Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

"If we succumb to the temptation of using violence in our struggle for justice, unborn generations will be the recipients of a long and desolate life of bitterness, and our chief legacy to the future will be an endless reign of meaningless chaos" (which is where the human species finds itself at the present moment).

"There is a voice crying into the vista of time saying to every potential Peter, 'put up your sword'. History is replete with the bleached bones of nations and communities that failed to follow this command."

      ~ Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

At the core of our BEING is LOVE. Every Soul/Spirit/Energy comes from the Source that many refer to as "God." This Source that we all emanated from and will return to upon our physical demise, is pure, unconditional LOVE.

From Charles Manson to Mother Teresa, there is no difference and there are no favorites. Why? Because at our core, WE ARE ONE; WE ARE LOVE personified in human form.

We are blinded by hatred, greed, and archaic fundamentalist beliefs, which keeps the multitudes in the dark as to who we really are: Spiritual, Energetic, Light Beings, 'experiencing' in human form.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

A Day @ Amazon

Here's a small portion of the type of calls an Amazon representative might get on any given day.
  1. Problem with order; item does not work/defective; does not work/defective: When you spend $35 for a cheap ass watch, what do you expect!

  2. Actually called this particular customer back (as a courtesy) and she's complaining about not getting her xmas present on time for her 9-year-old. The items, total cost is $600 and of course, that's a lot of money. I'm working on her behalf to contact the seller (Amazon has over 5 million 3rd party sellers; maybe 60-70% of the items sold on Amazon are sold/fulfilled by Amazon but possibly 30-40% of the items are sold and shipped by 3rd party sellers and it shows this on the landing page). So I'm trying to help this lady out and she's blowing smoke up my ass.

    Here's the deal, if you want to spend that much money on a special gift for that special person, or persons in your life and you want to make sure it arrives... GO TO THE STORE!

    Now, keep in mind, if a 3rd party seller doesn't do what he or she is supposed to do, Amazon will work on your behalf to try to get your refund; they will do an investigation and if necessary, will bite the bullet and refund your money. However, if the seller can convince the Amzn account specialist that he did indeed mail you your item; or refund your item, Amzn is not going to be able to help you. Read the reviews a seller gets; look at the ratings; if it's not 4-5 stars, don't place an order through that particular merchant.

  3. Why are New Yorkers so dayuuum RUDE? And that's a rhetorical question because I've actually had people who no longer live in the state of NY try to explain or justify their insolence. There is never a good reason to be nasty and rude to someone who is trying to assist you. And these same nincompoops are probably sitting in church on Sunday, singing and praising, talking about how much they "luv-the-lord"... These people are wolves that wear the clothing of sheep. No more, no less.

  4. Amzn customers, keep in mind (especially if you start out yelling and screaming), some reps (some, not all) will tell you anything to get you off the phone; and what they tell you just might not be correct. Keep this adage in mind when you're working with any company that you call as their customer, "you get more bees with honey than with vinegar."

  5. If you don't know very much about computers or tablets, and the inner-workings of the Internet, don't order online and don't put your credit or debit card online. If you do, at some point you will be f####d, and it won't be Amazon's fault, it will be your fault because only you should have access to your passwords and CC info. You and ONLY you!

  6. "I just called my bank and I have a LOT of charges from Amzn that I don't recognize, I could have made the purchases but I need to know what they are and there are a LOT...." OK, I'll be happy to..... that's odd, the call was disconnected, guess we had a bad connection.