Comment: Yes, although I didn't say it, I had 9-11

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Yes, although I didn't say it, I had 9-11

in mind as I was writing what I did. But in a way, it doesn't matter. If Tisha hasn't yet questioned 9-11 (for one), hopefully when she comes across something now, she won't automatically write it off, let alone condemn those trying to raise awareness of some aspect, but just store it somewhere in her mind for future reference. Who knows if and when that might become an issue for her, too. But if not, that's okay. For some reason, people "connect" more to some issues than others, and that can be a good thing. Forget that all these different issues can have one "all over the place." For some, it can be overwhelming, outright depressing! It's good that some are drawn to delve deeper re one particular issue. We end up with "resident experts" that way - whether it be re the Fed, currency issues, 9-11, shootings, HAARP, whatever... For a while, "my thing" was Agenda 21/ICLEI. It's not that I wasn't concerned about the rest. I just needed to focus. Hopefully I've added to the dialogue there, just as Tisha, now documenting things for her area (more than most do) will be adding to the dialogue re chemtrails. It's a matter of breadth vs. depth. We need both: more generalist types, those seeing the "big picture" (Eagle medicine); and also those focused on the details of what's in front of them (Mouse medicine). Well, that's how I see it. :)

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir