Posted @withrepost • @milkhurts ⠀ #repost@mothersagainstdairy⠀ • • •⠀ Actress @daniellamonet, who will soon give birth to her first child, recently broke down in a video she posted to Youtube, during which she forced herself to watch two of the recent, highly publicized dairy farm investigations from @arminvestigations (ARM). Watching footage from an organic dairy farm, Monet weeps as a panicked mother cow in the middle of giving birth tries to run away from the dairy farmer, her slick baby half-protruding from her weakened, laboring body. 💔This mother cow, like all cows exploited for dairy, knows what fate awaits her child. She has done this before. Having been forced to become pregnant and give birth year after year, she has endured having her babies stolen from her over and over again as soon as they enter the world.💔#💔 As she watches the mother cow’s futile efforts to escape, Monet chokes back tears: “She just wants to get away and have some safety. I would imagine she doesn’t have a ton of strength in this moment, but she’s using everything she has because she knows she’s not safe if she stays there. [Weeping] I just feel so sad because I’ve been thinking a lot about how I’m going to give birth, how everyone has all these options nowadays, like, “Oh, what’s your birth plan?” and, it’s like, this is the last plan she had in mind, and she just wants to get away and have some safety. He’s [the dairy farmer] gonna put him in the bin and take him away from her.” As Daniella speaks, the farmer puts the calf in a wheelbarrow and wheels him away while the still-heaving mother watches helplessly from behind the gate that has been closed on her so she cannot follow her baby.
Trish Leto is a U.S. Navy veteran, an entrepreneur, a public speaker, and a mother of two young children.
The thing I liked about speaking with Trish was her willingness to speak the unvarnished truth. We went deep on the challenges she faced transitioning from the military, to the life of a civilian employee, and eventually the creation of her own business. This is no hero’s journey. This is the real truth. Trish talked about:
Going 7 months without work after leaving the U.S. Navy
Getting a good job, getting laid off, and then facing another 7 month job hunt
Her experiences with network marketing, where she said she felt like she was product vomiting on people
Having two children in 2 years, and the reality that daycare is like adding two additional mortgage payments
The leaving corporate America was both scary and exciting
The process she used to design her own business (trust me it did not involve reinventing the wheel)
Why she believes that none of us are entitled to anything
Reminds us that money comes from human beings
And shares her thoughts on a College education (Trish is a college dropout)
Trish’s entrepreneurial journey is still in the early days. Fellow entrepreneurs and anyone that is thinking about starting their own gig will enjoy this insightful conversation with a straight talking lady boss.
#Anambra: #Mother Adopts A #Missing#Child, #Police
The police in Ogun State have narrated how a #seven-year-old boy, #Joshua#Joseph, who was declared missing two years ago, was found with his ‘adopted mother’, #Blessing#Ozor, in Anambra.
It was reported that the adopted mother, Ozor, allegedly paid N1.05m for Joseph’s ‘adoption’. Ozor claimed to have paid the N1.05m to a level-13 civil servant in the Anambra State Ministry of Women Affairs, #Ifeoma Joy before she could adopt the boy.
Joshua, it was learned, was declared missing by his parents, who live in Ijebu-Ode, Ogun #State, in 2017, but he was found by men of the state police command in Anambra State.
The Ogun State Commissioner of Police, Bashir Makama, gave the details at the state police headquarters, Abeokuta, on Sunday, while handing over Joshua, who had been renamed Chisom by Ozor, to his father. He paraded Ozor and Joy in connection with the incident.
Makama intimated that the boy was found after thorough search and investigations by operatives of the command over the last two years.
The police boss stated that Joshua was stolen in Ijebu-Ode and sold to Ozor.
According to the police boss, two other members of the syndicate, Rita and Angela, were being held in prisons in Edo and Ondo states, respectively, for the same offense.
It was gathered that both Rita and Angela gave information from their prison cells that led to the recovery of the boy and the arrest of Ozor and Joy in Anambra State.
The Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, accused Joy of collecting over N1m from the acclaimed adopted mother and forged adoption documents from the Anambra State Ministry of Women Affairs. “Joy is working at the Ministry of Women Affairs in Anambra State. She used the opportunity to arrange buyers for stolen children. “In the course of looking for her, she got transferred to four local government councils within one month in order to evade arrest. “Our findings showed that eight children had been stolen by this syndicate from Ogun State and four had been recovered.
“아들은 제가 중요한 존재라는 것을, 그러니까 저의 존재감을 알려주는 존재에요. 아이에게 부모는 믿음과 사랑을 주는 가장 큰 세상이잖아요.”
-오늘의 엄마 인터뷰 중
오늘은 두번째 엄마인터뷰를 진행했숩니다!! 저의 미소친구 @01_11b 도 함께해주었어요😋😋 지난번에 혼자 다닐때는 너무 부끄럽고 쪼그라드는 기분이었는데 친구와 함께하니까 든든하고 재밌었어요👍💕 지난번보다 2배는 더 한거있죠!!!!! 역시 사람은 함께일때 더 좋숨다🙆🙆 오늘 함께 시간내주어 고마워융❣️