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Thoughts to Share…

Here are a few thoughts I had to share.

Practice self reliance and personal accountability (behave yourself or get help) because any mistake will reflect on the whole registry. If you have a business, hire a registrant. If you’re an employee, recommend a local registrant.

Be the best person you can be at all times so when your registration slips out society will have to reassess their view of who is registered. Then the politicians won’t be able to scare them into voting for some stupid law.

Contribute to CA RSOL regularly. Focus on becoming as rich as possible so you can be a self-determined, creator, and master of your own destiny. That way you can afford a lawyer to fight for you, or give yourself travel options, or move from 30-day to annual registry because you can afford a permanent place.

Pick and choose your battles. I don’t have a burning desire to travel but I support those who do. I have my own legal challenge taking up my resources. Count your blessings that cannot be taken away. Not all registrants have health, friends, family, girlfriends, jobs, housing, etc.

Network with registrants for reasons other than just fighting the latest challenge (make friends). Realize that the world is full of people and ALL people are flawed. That includes law makers and law enforcement, law breakers, butchers, bakers, and candlestick makers. Pray for your enemies and try not to take every assault personally.

Have faith that everything will be all right.

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  1. Robert Curtis

    Two thumbs up on all points! We do need to learn to resource from each other. Don’t be afraid to learn a second or third trade. Networking is the best form of not just gaining new business but learning new things. As a hairstylist I changed my business to a more point of contacted business by supporting all salons in Orange County. This gets my spoon in the rice bowl of all of OC in a way. If most people go to a salon chances are I have had dealings with their hairstylist. If I were to run for office, say the OC Board of Supervisors who’s to say I wouldn’t stand a chance of winning? I am just one example of how networking can work out for good. We should start out step by step helping one another then move to expanding further.

  2. Tim

    A good list to follow. These laws do affect me personally, and what you do unto my fellow citizen, you do unto me. This summer, before all these restrictions on travel came about, my wife thought we should take a trip to Spain. Now we have to rethink these plans. I think we should let the public know how these laws affect us personally, because they know not or care not what they are doing.
    Yes, forgive (not just pray for) our enemies. It is a good rule to bring about peace. But let them know what they are doing to you. They are ill and don’t know it. Reveal the poison of their words to them.
    We must realize that we are invisible to the people who make and support these laws. I don’t blame them for not seeing, because I too am surrounded by a fog of labels, and am continually challenged to see what is true and what is just words. Their words have constructed a mythology: the roving sex criminal, the person who can’t control his desires, what not. Maybe we can help remove the myth by giving them our true words, so they have no excuse but to see us as individuals.
    If that does not work, then don’t take it personally and don’t accept the poison of believing yourself what they say. I agree with that.

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