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Follow Jazz Tesler and her fellow World Democratic Council agents in the year 2169 as they’re forced to do battle with several criminals that raise the bar when it comes to brutality. Along with enforcing the law in the modern era, Jazz also discovers a love that will provide her the strength to get through the darkest of fights.

Motivation to open one’s mouth vs. intent to cause harm

There’s a blurred line that’s getting wider by the day between the need to call someone out for committing harm just for the crime of opening their mouth to express an opinion. The freedom of speech was made into to a right for the purpose of protecting a person’s right to say unpopular things. If it was only popular speech that’s allowed we wouldn’t need the constitutional right. Our society is getting too far away from the demand that people grow thicker skins against the words people say. It’s only the actions taken we have a right to judge. This is not to say I agree with what comes out of some people’s mouths but I do respect their right to say it. If I don’t want to hear it, I have the right to walk away.

This being said; I do think a few topics can be looked at from the perspective; speech equtes to action. I don’t think we need to throw people into the snake pit but some aggressive counseling might be needed. I read recently about a female public figure taking heat over social media because she was supporting something important to her. The verbal abuse she took was unwarranted and the speech aimmed at her terrifying. I do not belittle the emotions she experienced but I read, she intends to seek legal action without determining if the words thrown were accompanied by evidence that action was to follow.

We’ve gone backwards as a society if we’re allowed to take action against someone just because we were frightened for a moment by the words they say. We can’t have it both ways. If we say a person has a right to speak, whatever comes out of their mouths; then we can’t become unreasonably responsive just because we don’t like what they have to say. We simply need to be aware if the speech has a serious potential to become action.

I also question the motives of several public figures when they race to the defense of someone who was the target of unfriendly words. Many seek the podium to express on air, their outrage, and demand a person’s life be ripped apart because they said a word. When does the soapbox drama end for the sake of someone’s ability to keep their name in the spotlight vs. the person they seek to victimize because that person expressed their opinion?

It is a sad truth that many of our greatest social issues are kept in the spotlight by those who can’t stand the idea of returning to mediocrity if the issue were allowed to die a natural death by being put on the back burner where it should be. We need to change the focus of importance. We wouldn’t need a library full of laws if we could put things into proper perspective.

It isn’t as important to break people down to subsets then write a mountain of laws to protect each subset. We just need to change how we view the basic laws. Murder is murder regardless of who was killed. How it was done is important for the technicalities of the law and for those whose job it is to determine penalty. The why, is also important for the same reasons. What we don’t need is a thousand people coming out and saying it was worse because the victim was part of a particular subset and the perpetrator another. One person killed another. It doesn’t get worse than that.

Our need to overdramatize kills the very foundation of what the law is meant to do. The law is meant to break things down to the logical and keep emotion out of it. Emotion is what leads to false imprisonment. Emotion leads to people being punished to a greater or lesser degree than the crime warrants. Then there’s the whole concept of punishing people for taking advantage of a right and calling it a crime.

Two people expressing opposing opinions is healthy. The only time it becomes worrisome is one one side or the other is prepared to use a battering ram to run their opinion down the other’ s throat until they change their minds. The process of friendly debate keeps our society running but when someone isn’t willing to say; “It’s possible my opponent is right and it’s possible I’m wrong,” then it has the potential to turn from words into action.

Keep on believing in what’s important to you. Talk about it in an uplifting way to help others see its merits. Credibility in arguments is lost the moment too much emotion is allowed to infect the words. Emotion is a great motivator or a brace to hold you up but it can be a wall you run into at full speed the moment you let it out of your control.

Be wise, speak your minds to your hearts content and chill out about the words people use. The emotions built, to cry foul at the words, may blind you to the real problem coming right behind them.

My Hidden Path to Power

Hello to all you readers out there;

My name is Deana Boller. I’d love it; if all those who enjoy stories of those overcoming great tragedies would read my tale. My great nemesis, Ryan Gilpatrick, brings to my life more terror and pain than I’d ever thought, I could endure. As a genius, he starts by using science but discovers magic and uses this; to cause me more pain.

I begin to find recovery when I meet Doriane Lavoie; the mystic I turn to for help when I finally reach the decision to fight back. Through finding my teacher, I find more than I ever hoped for; as she instructs me in magic, love and strength.

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The Hidden Paths to Power has been released.

Did you ever have dreams, your life would go one way, and have it derailed into a totally unexpected one in a flash? This is the situation Deana Boller finds herself in, as Ryan Gilpatrick gains and obession with her, when she defends him from a bully. A life going just as she wants it, gets turned on its head, from nightmares too horrible to imagine, but leads her to a life, she loves more than the one she was aiming for. A small bit of science leads to a hidden world of magic, in The Hidden Paths to Power.

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Hi, out there

My name is Cristobel Sheerton. My family and I would like you come play with us as we demonstrate that what makes a monster comes in many shapes and forms. My family and I move to the town of Longdale, Colorado. I have been on a search for a friend that I can keep in my life but my mother and brother make that a difficult task for me. I manage to get close to two girls named Donna and Heather who end up getting pulled into my secret life. It is nearly the full moon and I must go to my hunting ground but I invite you to share in this portion of my life.

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The characters speak

My name is Marcia Mercier. Come and follow the adventure of my love Jorvon, as he and my fellow Guardians, battle to take our world back from the demon Markolopulous, in The Mother Calls.

My name is Rebina Ki’Tama. Read along and see how my mother fights, to stop a centuries long evil, from bringing my people to extinction, in Arielanna’s Wrath.

My name is Mischaline. I am an Anuskian from the book Old Powers Reborn. Come meet me and mine and watch as we help Joe Smith and his friends, gain the skill necessary, to stop an ancient evil from taking over the world.