There’s a lot in the news, here and now, about declaring a national emergency.
Last night, in a therapy group, people were declaring that the U.S. President declaring a national emergency seemed like a national emergency to them. Some people declared that the election of Donald Trump seemed more like a national emergency than 9/11. Somebody else declared that the U.S. President setting the precedent of declaring this national emergency paved the way for a national emergency about climate change.
I’m declaring a national emergency of worry, shame, and guilt.
I’m declaring that the people I meet, every day, who suffer worry, shame, and guilt are not people who deserve to have those excessively painful feelings. I’m declaring that I’m doubtful that the people declaring a national emergency today have worry, shame, and guilt about that.
Are there any other emergencies declared in my other photos from yesterday?
I’m declaring a national emergency of peace and love.
Here is “State of Emergency” by Phil Gawen.
Here is “National Emergency” by the Deplorable Choir.
Here is “The Ballad of the Wall” by The Parody Project.
What national emergency might you declare? I’m declaring there’s a space for your declarations in the comments section, below.
I’m declaring my thanks to all those who helped me share the declarations in today’s post and — of course! — YOU.