“I wouldn’t touch a hot dog unless you put a condom on it! You realize that the job of a hot dog is to use parts of the animal that the Chinese can’t figure out how to make into a belt? ― Bill Maher
By Ken Sheetz
I may do angelic work with DreamShield Planetary Meditations, but relish being human. I still like to eat meat, play violent video games, have the occasional drink and, yes, have meaningful sex… when I can manage.
Lately, spirit women in general are making me a nuts, but that’s a whole other blog. Perhaps a screenplay.
Hey, doing spirit work does not make you a ghost. I’m human. I’m male. I meet too many in the work of the Shift who are not grounded. My humanity connects me to the world in a profound way.
A Vegan attacked me yesterday on Facebook for posting I like hamburgers. I was kind and responded that I always honor the animals who died so I might eat. But she was unmoved and questioned the validity of my spirit work. No matter how much love I gave her and respect for her position, she was unrelenting in her attack on my integrity.
In the social media biz I run that supports my world travels, BuzzBroz, we call these hostile personalities Trolls. Trolls don’t want healthy debate. — So I banished the righteous Vegan to the “cornfield” (refer to Marc Zicree’s book “The Twilight Zone Companion”).
Until I took another SoulDrama workshop with Connie Millier I felt a little guilty about this philosophy, dubbed “Don’t feed the trolls”, source unknown. Connie showed me that my letting anger go with a person or situation we detach and get on with our lives. I have no time or use for negativity. There’s too many awakening souls to reach.
If more people block them, the trolls out there would soon learn it’s a lonely life being a sourpuss.