All Lives Matter



John Birdsall

After I wrote the post about Reconciliation I had my usual daily healing nap and as I woke up I started to see a vision of a young woman and she held out her hand to me wanting to be remembered that she died during the Vietnam War her life had been sacrificed for the wants of evil.

Slowly more people came with their hands held out all from different countries, their spirits had come forward to me they all wanted to be remembered all of them their lives had been sacrificed in the name of evil.  They were victims in the worldly farse we have got used to whether we like it or not.

They want everyone to accept “All Lives Matter”.  You have no idea what it is like to have your life ended abruptly to satisfy the need of evil as it flows through our world our Mother Earth.  Evil has no care for anything or anyone it just destroys.

Their hands are reaching out to me again today, they want everyone to know they are important too.  They join with the Divine Spiritual Realms to bring peace for All Lives.

I am passing this out to everyone reach out with Love, Tolerance, Understanding and give the Love out discard the thoughts of hatred.  Ignore the differences do not be goaded into violence be drawn into creating peace.

Billions of hands who have needlessly died are reaching out to you in your country and this Earth.

They want YOU to make their Lives Matter. 

For the sake of humanity do something with love instead of hatred because it could be you who is on the receiving of death because you are different or you would make a good pawn in bringing down goodness.

© 27-06-2020 Nanette de Ville – All Rights Reserved

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Please note all Animals and Plants are putting their spirits into this too as their lives matter



22 thoughts on “All Lives Matter

  1. lancesheridan says:

    Nanette, I believe that if we continue to say/use ‘All lives matter’, it will exclude the black community. Regardless though of whatever terminology we choose to ‘rally round to’, high ranking officials will inevitably shrug it off. Unless it’s an election year. I very much appreciate your timely story- always succinct and exceptionally written! Blessings.

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    • Puzzles of the Soul says:

      I appreciate your thoughts about the black community and this post was not meant to detract from the importance of their plight but for those who do not live in USA they have their own issues of trauma and slavery too. Racism is a very broad subject in every country. I sincerely hope there can be some healing to end all the tragedies. I prayer for this.

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      • lancesheridan says:

        Of course- their plight is as difficult for them as anywhere in the world. And yes, it is a very broad subject. I believe it was a pressure cooker that finally exploded. Perhaps a good thing if strides are taken to improve race relations.


  2. Jane Tawel says:

    Unfortunately it is untrue that “differences don’t matter” — the problem in America is that they do matter and that has let to systemic racism. To argue that All Lives Matter is used as an argument to deny the power of the Black Lives Matter movement here, and hence it weakens the reality that we have very real problems here that are not being addressed in terms of racism. To bring other arguments into this idea is to create a red herring, and while your heart is right on this I am sure, it is not apropos or helpful at this time.

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    • Puzzles of the Soul says:

      Thank you but the problem exists for other races in the US not just Black Lives but all lives matter and it needs to be fixed worldwide each country not just the USA has similar problems within their country and ALL need to look at this. Whilst those of us who do not live in the US are really not able to contribute much to the problems there but at least we can try to improve lives for those around us. This is the point.

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