I don’t wear a mask in public because . . .

I value natural free expression of both myself and others, and that includes facial expression to help convey meaning and connection.

I open my heart to the universe, and in exchange the universe pours love through my heart infusing all whom I encounter in the world.


Love is at ease in the world. Fear is dis-eased. 

Love expands.

Fear contracts.

Love relaxes.

Fear stresses.

Love conquers all.

“Fear has no agency.” Dr. David Martin

Indeed, fear is not a virtue, even when the toxic woke brew called “political correctness” disguises it as Community, Empathy, Humility.






About Ann Kreilkamp

PhD Philosophy, 1972. Rogue philosopher ever since.
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1 Response to I don’t wear a mask in public because . . .

  1. thymia17 says:

    Check into the Twitter or Telegram feed of Columbus, Ohio based neuroscientist and biomedical inventor, Dr Mark Changizi (Ph.D.). He writes eloquently about how we are wired to read each other’s emotional expressions from faces, and how masks block this communication. They teach children to be frightened of and distant from others, which is part of the plan as well.

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