Courthouse Conundrum

I saw a post on Facebook, concerning a protest. It was a rally, planned for today, to solicit, once again, the removal of a Confederate soldier from it’s high perch, in Hemming Park. It’s centered in, the ever angry and racist city, of Jacksonville, Florida. My hometown.

It’s a city, with a large black population. People who were brought here from Senegal, Africa, to be slaves. They are mostly all hemm-ed up, in a part of town, the North West Quadrant.

If you didn’t intentionally, or accidentally drive through there, you would never know it existed. – It’s shocking.

Last year, the muses inspired me, to go down there and do some photography. It never happened.

I had planned to attend the rally today. However, things changed. The Confederate soldier was removed, from the park. Now that some time has passed, I suspect, to keep it safe, for a future re-positioning. But let’s hope not. Maybe, it will be put in a museum.

Today, the rally is going to be in front of the Jax Courthouse. They are protesting police violence.

My still small voice, said, Don’t go. So, I’m not going.

I will be in my house, in my chair, breathing and meditating.

The rally is at three. I will be present, I will have my eyes closed and I will be One with the Universe.

That is what I should do –

Be still and Know

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