Hi Ron, I just want to thank you for all you do for peace in the world. Also to let you know that you are anything but a coward. You made good judgement in leaving the situation. I am proud of you for using your good judgement. It takes courage to do the right thing. Especially when others are not.
Thanks dear Jinaki, it was either that or go across the street, which I cannot do with my skin condition, and I was pretty burned out anyway after 2 hours. However, I do compare it to being told to "go to the back of the bus." If the BLM group did ask for permit first, which I have to believe, was it time for "Civil Obedience"? I do not believe in mob action though, and I think the Confederates were in mob mentality, and proud that BLM group did not get there. Rev. Dixon, who had to leave early to go preach, gives instructions "not to engage", which I admire. NOWmaste' peace, and joy, Ron
Feedback after the Black Lives Matter/Confederate Confrontation
You're a courageous mindful advocate in training--like me, like all of us.