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🔊 November 3, 2020 📣 HISTORY🎏

Updated: Jun 23, 2022

I was thinking that perhaps November 3, 2020 is the true historical day opposed to November 8, 2008. In 2008 history was seemingly made for a “minority” and those who wanted progress. Whereas, today, history may be seemingly made for the USA and other nations regardless of ethnicity. And whether you wave a red or blue flag, you need to VOTE🇺🇸 It is your constitutional right to VOTE 🎏And it is not too late today at 1:49 pm to go out and VOTE🎏 and have your voice heard, TODAY for you are a part of today's impending history. Agree?

Some people voice that they are depressed and nervous because of a possible unfavorable outcome. Hence the future is precarious, and they may leave the US or make countless other moves. I say, why be depressed or nervous and drive yourself into an unhealthy frenzy?

With a few exceptions, neither candidates is your personal friend nor know you even exist. Whether you like or dislike either candidate or their policies and haphazard approach to our constitutional rights or the savage interpretation and misappropriation of governance privileges and politics, you may not like the final outcome, but you must still VOTE🎏

I say think of yourself and your loved ones. Think out of the box and have long and short term goals. How is your finance, your job security, your professional agility and hire ability? How flexible is your skill level and willingness to try the unthinkable (what is ethical and legal) to thrive? This is a time to cogitate, strategize and implement as it becomes necessary. Appreciating yourself and wellbeing is not being egotistical and narcissistic since chances are, no one may think of you and you will be left behind in a given adverse electoral outcome.

So, let’s agree that depression will not dominate, devastate and destabilize our emotional stability regardless of the electoral outcome when pooling boots close today. Be disappointed if you must but recover quickly and be nimble to manage your personal business and existence. VOTE, VOTE, VOTE 🎏as you breathe and witness history! What do you think? SMY


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Sheron Mingo Y
Sheron Mingo Y
Nov 10, 2020

Hi Greg, thanks for being candid!

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I like the idea of "impending history." Now that Nov 3 is over, the particular impending history of that day has disappeared but brought new possibilities or threats with it. Will he go, or will he stay? Will he realize that he's passe? I'm reading a history of the 1918 Spanish flu, which raises a point every bit as relevant today as it was 100 years ago: progress depends on our observing and recognizing the truth, whether we like it or not, whether we're talking science, or history, or politics. And whether we like it or not, we have to live with those with whom we disagree. Let's all open our eyes, accept what is shown to be true, and…

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