WEB EXTRA: Time for ‘radical openness of thought’ — vote Green

Dear editor,
For the past two months, I’ve been supporting the Green Party.
For some, the thought of the government as it stands today brings up undesirable feelings and uneasiness. I hope that this election can make a difference, a simmering effect on emotions.

Dear editor,

For the past two months, I’ve been supporting the Green Party.

For some, the thought of the government as it stands today brings up undesirable feelings and uneasiness. I hope that this election can make a difference, a simmering effect on emotions.

I’m talking about a radical change. A shift the size of mountains, oceans, planets, universes. I’m asking for a gigantic awakening of souls.

I now ask you to engage a department of the being, a small fragment of what is; let’s just focus on the governmental system of Canada at the moment.

Try not to cringe too much with the governmental system in mind, it’s an ongoing battle for me as well as to the fragmented disconnections that must happen in my mind, in order to open up to a piece of hope that does exist within this system.

The piece of hope I’m talking about is the Green Party.

Some of you are for the catch22/Voteswap/strategic voting. For me, that is a false reality. I do not want to sacrifice my deepest desires for a half-truth, polarizing leadership of coalition and incest.

What I’m asking is for a radical, radical openness of thought, a thought so broad that possibilities are endless, where universal awareness is a psychical connection, where boundary awareness is non-existent.

I hope that with that meditation, openness, and a vote for the Green Party, a shift will occur.

I cannot say what the outcome of a Green Party facilitation will be. I cannot tell you that all global issues will be solved, although I believe that sound, all-encompassing global solutions are within our grasp.

I’m asking that we open ourselves to the point of rawness and envelop our beings with knowledge to make the best possible choice in a process that is not fair but just in nobility of the moment. Nobility of the moment is acting with integrity and truth, and the outcome to follow will be as such.

I hope everyone will be able to make decisions based on personal truth on May 2, election day.

What I’m saying is the Green Party is most in line with my beliefs so I Vote Green. I vote for what I Want.

And now the logistics. We vote Monday, May 2 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Gwen Gorrie,

Courtenay

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