posted on Apr, 29 2013 @ 11:29 PM
Some time back, I set up a page on Facebook called March On Saving Every State (MOSES).
The back story about the page is that in 1997 when my dad was dying from cancer, he had a vision of a march on every state capital similar to the
Million Man March that took place around that time. The march was to be held to show our state leaders, and ultimately, our federal leaders as well,
that morality needed to be brought back to all areas if we were to survive as a country. Dad believed that he was given the message to spread before
We attempted to spread the word, somewhat half-heatedly, I will admit at the time. Our knowledge of the internet was limited and we were not
Whenever I started on Facebook, which I use mostly to keep up with family and friends from high school (I'm a reunion co-ordinator), I set up a page
for MOSES thinking maybe someone would pick up on it, but it still has gone nowhere.
Almost immediately, I received a friend request on my personal page from a man I though was the husband of a former classmate. I added him thinking I
knew him from the last reunion. It turned out it was not her husband. This man responded mainly to posts I made about politics and current events of a
suspicious nature. I've left him on my friend list, as I have nothing to hide, but occasionally, he will pop up making comments or posting stuff
that I can see on my newsfeed. He likes his politics apparently. I've always wondered about him and why he chose me as a friend, but I have my