Sometimes I sit and read things, like the Sunday Mirror (UK) supplement magazine “Justice on Trial” and find myself getting angry at how things are in this country. How the public have to fund something we don’t always agree with and often despair of and complain about. Our opinions and voices do not matter to those who have power and make decisions.
I find myself reading this supplement and thinking yes that is terrible and disgraceful and clearly does not work as it is.
There is an odd comment in there by a QC, how we have been lied to about the cost of legal aid and he hopes we would take to the streets in anger and outrage, not only is his comment unhelpful, what good would it do?
Like all moaning and b!tching, it gets us nowhere.
Its all well and good stating what is wrong with the world and how terrible it is but I want to know how it can be improved, I want paths of action, ways to contribute. I want to know what will work and sadly, this supplement does not address this for the average individual, the average person who is not in the know, does not know the ways of this minefield that is the system.
If we want change, how is the best way to go about it? What can be done?
I asked my cards: “How can we fight for justice?”
Imagination, Awaken, Silence & Act
In life we encounter difficulties, it challenges us to think outside the box, use our Imagination and go far beyond our limits. We need to Awaken to different possibilities, be open to what they may be and then look for signs to guide us. In our Silence and meditation we will connect, we will receive the answers, ways & opportunities that we can Act on. When faith and action are combined we have the power to charge forward.
To help bring change.