yep, the big picture is quite a lot to take in

[In response to “Black Dog Syndrome” – click here or here to read.]

ISN’T THE HUMAN BRAIN WIRED TO “think” AND “reason”? WHAT CAN WE DO TO HELP ALL PEOPLE TO UNDERSTAND AND TO HELP SAVE LIVES? WHEN YOU FIGURE THAT OUT, GET BACK WITH ME! ;D

as anne frank wrote…”i still believe at heart people are good…” (paraphrased) we can only hope…

we “lay waste our hours…getting and spending”… yep, the big picture is quite a lot to take in, but once we see it, it is amazingly simple…simplistic….strangely uncomplicated….there is kindness or there is no kindness…there is killing or there is NOKILL. too simple and pure for human understanding evidently.

so precious animals are…so eager…i die a little more every day…my fingertips are raw…my wrists ache and my legs are shot from running after my own menagerie…i love them all…even faces in photographs…they all matter. what cures depression? knowing we are the link to save these lives…and we can do something through the tears clouding up our eyes…i cry every day..and type…and feed cats and dogs and pat heads and scratch behind ears…i never ever stop. i never shall.

we all matter…we really do. and those who are born must be appreciated…all forms of life are sacred. doubletalk is too prolific these days…a direct shot…mind to mind and heart to heart…all the shooting that is allowed…direct communication.

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From Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette – more coverage of the paperback release of “Secrets of an Old Typewriter”! Click here.

“SEXTON CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY: Author Susie Duncan Sexton (‘Secrets of an Old Typewriter’) of Columbia City will celebrate her one-year anniversary of eBook. The book is available at Amazon.com and www.open-bks.com.”

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LOVE THESE COMMENTS! From Australian friend Kelly McBride regarding the paperback release of Secrets of an Old Typewriter: “[Roy], good on your mum! Your mum is writing stuff including animal rights, while E.L.James has Christian & Ana attending a fundraising dinner eating Foie Gras in 50 Shades Darker.”

And from theatre critic Davi Napoleon in response to the above blog entry: “Alas, the human brain doesn’t appear to be wired to reason. We seem to be wired to respond well to manipulation, to be led to slaughter. Obama shouldn’t have to campaign, for instance, unless a strong third party candidate comes on the scene. If we were a reasonable species, the bottom 99% would automatically vote for him.” [Please check out Davi’s great facebook page Theater Talk and become a fan today!]

From Tressa Marie: “Wonderful blog…and I totally agree that ‘those who are born must be appreciated…all forms of life are sacred.’ When all of mankind finally realizes this then maybe things for our animal friends will finally start to change!”

From Drex Morton: “I read your insights like a devotional! Thanks, Susie.”

Thanks, Kelly, Tressa, Drex, and Davi!

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