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Natalie, By the time you might read this, you’ll be pleased that Macron won in France. They see what’s happened to Britain and to the U.S. and told La Pen & Putin to go take a hike. The news just reported that he “easily won over La Pen.” which must mean it was not a tight race. I forgot to mention in earlier reply that I’ve seen plenty of young faces in the crowds at trump rallies, so please bear in mind that NOT all trump voters/supporters were/are of middle-age or older and THAT has worried ME ! 🙁
Thank you Laura. I am relieved, phew! But I am still extremely concerned. Nothing happens in a vacuum, and there are reasons that people like Le Pen or Trump become popular. Lots of analysis points the finger at the failure of neo liberalism and austerity policies to create better living conditions for everyone, which thereby has the effect of empowering right wing demagogues out of desperation. We are living in the crisis of Capitalism right now, the interregnum, where one way of life disintegrates but before a new philosophy has been invented. I wish Macron all the best, I really do. I hope he see’s the writing on the wall, and governs in a way that can effectively neutralize the right wing.
Hi again, Natalie. I am glad, too. You’re such a smart person. Need to say bye for now to you and the other dear people here. I have had a shocking loss yesterday and am now overwhelmed by other concerns to the degree that the daily, terrible news is something I can’t keep up with now. I wish you and all all the very, very best outcomes, sooner than later. Bless us all and Bless you, dear Natalie.
Blessings to you, Laura.
Dear Laura. I am very sorry for your loss. I hope and pray that you take the time you need to grieve and heal. Please focus on yourself and not the world. I will send healing energies to you, and pray that you can come to a place of happiness and peace. I am so terribly sorry for your loss.
Oh no, Laura. I’m so sorry for your loss.
Dear Grace, Natalie, Jeanne, How I wish that I could tell you in person what your generous, kind words mean to me. Thank You, Thank You, Thank You with all of my heart.
Laura, i hope you get this! I meant to thank you so much for your thoughtful response reg Children, also I meant to respond to you about the birds. My weeks gotten pretty crazy and then my computer broke, too. I just read you had a shocking loss. I am so sorry! I hope you get a chance to take care of yourself and have a good support network around. Sending love and good vibes your way, holding you dearly in my heart! XOXO
Tee, You’re very welcome. Thank You for your kindness and love. I can empathize with your hectic weeks. I’m glad your computer is operating now, Tee. I came here this morning for the best company, as I have a minimal support network at this time. Yours, Jeanne’s, Natalie’s, Grace’s words bring me comfort. I feel the sincerity, love and protection of you all for which I’m very grateful. What an extraordinary thing and blessing to receive love and support from the most people whom I’ve never met in person. Please receive my deepest thanks. Blessings, love. miracles, peace to you, XOXOX
Just wanted to say I love your website, Jeanne. Also, Love and Light to all!
Things are so strange, I don’t believe much is at it seems.
I feel many more curveballs are coming. If we simply put in our “order” for the best of all possible outcomes, I see we can change our timeline in a way that could startle us all (in an amazingly positive way).
I like your idea, doc, how do we put in the “order”?
“Problem with drinking water, saw a pitcher turned upside down, was empty. Looks like a city, town houses, San Francisco? (Jeanne)” Jeanne, I think we might have a hit here: water affordability crisis on the horizon? http://www.upi.com/Science_News/2017/01/12/Study-US-water-affordability-crisis-on-the-horizon/3511484236130/ http://www.pbs.org/newshour/updates/affordable-water-may-soon-dry-especially-live/
Tee, thank you so much for finding this hit. Will update the Timeline.
I’m wondering if the text can be made larger. My hands are small but sometimes I’m not able to press the topic selections in the forum because they are placed so close together. The screen can’t be stretched because it’s fixed width. I hope the font can be darker. Black would be far easier to read.
Hi Lora, Thanks for the feedback. I’m sorry you are having trouble with the font size and color. It was originally much larger but I got complaints that it was too large. One person said she felt like she was writing on a bill board. Another said that it made it too hard to read because it was so large that it stretched across the page! Others said it was just too large. Before I would make it larger again, I will ask the developers what the standard size is because that’s what will be right for the most people. I guess there’s no one size fits all. Computers let you enlarge text. In an Apple computer that’s done by hitting command and the plus sign. I don’t know what it is in a pc.
Anyway I will check out the problem you’ve raised.
Thanks for your response Jeanie and Light. To clarify, the small font on the forum appears small on my iPad, but it’s fine on my PC. Chrome on the iPad has the three dots but doesn’t bring up View so I’m not able to zoom. Since the majority of readers don’t have an issue with this there’s no need to change it. I will use my PC instead. ?
I have Zoom on my PC. You go under menu on Firefox and you can increase the text. I have mine on 120. I have it on 125 on Chrome. The text here is fine. It covers almost the entire page, but it’s good for me, as I’m nearsighted, but can’t wear reading glasses, and I hate bifocals.
Hi Lora, you might try enlarging the page instead. On Chrome, on the top right, there are 3 dots, click “Zoom”. On Internet Explorer, click “View” and then “Zoom”. The text seems to be a good size as it is now.
I’ll see what I can do about the font color.
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