BK keeps the TV tuned to CNN.
On Sundays, Fareed Zakaria’s GPS comes on when I’m there in the mornings before church, and is rebroadcast when I’m there in the afternoons after church.
His voice makes me feel anxious.
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He baits me away from presence, to worry about things like the trade war instead of emanating love for my community.
Every story seems to be chosen to give panelists and guests occasion to find fault with Donald Trump.
In Your Body Doesn’t Lie, John Diamond sets forth that the life force passes through the body along fourteen meridians. If a person is deficient in the life force in a specific meridian, that weakness can be communicated to others. By a psi dynamic known as “sympathy” (He does not mention this by name.), on encountering a needy person, the naive observer will seek unwittingly to supply the other’s need. The result is that the observer becomes deficient also in the same meridian.
Such communication can occur in person; via appearance, as in a photograph or motion picture; or by sound of voice, whether live, recorded, or broadcast on radio or TV.
This accounts for the effect Fareed Zakaria’s voice has on me.
So, Trump Derangement Syndrome may be a social disease.
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