Being “awake” is a key to becoming a better person. By awake, meaning that you understand. And by understand, I mean that you get the big picture, that you know the nature of our existence. And by knowing the nature of existance, you know that “life is nothing but a dream, so peaceful and serene,” albeit a very persistent one. But even if you do reach this conclusion, it kind of stagnates there, leaving me wondering, “So what? If this is a dream, then what’s the point of existing?”
This supposed dream we all experience, or I experience subjectively, is quite a persistent dream, although I did witness something today that threw myself for a loop. I saw someone disappear today, which I previously thought was impossible, then thought was possible, and now I know it is definitely possible. It’s the “prestige…” Just kidding. But this is seriously something I wonder about. If this is a dream, then anything we want to happen, will to happen, can and will happen, but the problem is that if this is a dream, then it’s all utterly meaningless anyway. If I get millions of dollars, sure I can live a lavish life of richness and wealth and everything I could dream of, but what would that mean if this is just a dream? I’ve dreamt I was rich before and when I woke up, it didn’t play a significant part in my waking reality, so I’m not sure if the being that’s dreaming this life, this world, this universe, will see our lives in his dream as terribly significant. I know the higher being is consciousness, and I have been experiencing tapping into it and it’s a very calming sort of presence that I rather enjoy, a state of inner peace.
It’s almost as if all my troubles melt away when I connect with this higher version of myself, of my world. It’s like something out of a movie, an amazing wave of peace and unconditional love for everything because, as we all know, everything is consciousness, so everything is ineed ourselves. Everything is a projection of our thoughts/consciousness. So if we can immerse ourselves in this higher place, this higher being, we can find peace, no matter what the circumstance, which is something I’m doing more and more lately. I know that even after I die, everything will be fine because my spirit will reconnect with this consciousness and it will all be revealed to me, away from this reality cloak.
So the only thing I can do is experiment with different things. Maybe I would like to levitate or become invisible, maybe manifest a million dollars and live my life out in the mansion of my dreams. It’s all up to me. And it will be with grace, ease, lightness, and of course peace. I understand that this is only a dream, so I’m going to try and make it the most serene and wonderful dream possible. Why not strive to do this? It’s something I can definitely strive for. And I’m showing universal repsect for anyone and everyone I encounter in my life as I know they are part of my dream, consciousness’s dream, that I have to relate to in everyday life. I know that everyone I come in contact with represents a part of myself, so in order to fully embrace the world as it is, I have to accept this fact. I’m on my journey through life, with wonder in my eyes, and limitless possibilities, ready for anything, and knowing that nothing can stop me.
I’ve gotten on this remote path lately, a path where serving others is something I don’t mind doing, as it also is serving myself in some way. I understand that it is better to give than to receive, but you still have to receive some to maintain your physical body and the more money you have, the more you can express yourself in an efficient manner. Supposedly, there’s a quote that says, “Money makes you more of who you already are.” And I suppose I agree with this statement to some extent. I know that richness does not imply happiness and this is something that people have a hard time underdstanding. Sure, it may lead to temporary happiness, but this feeling will be soley momentary. It will not have the lasting effects of inner peace and love for everything in the universe and beyond…
I suppose this inner peace thing came to be in a very relaxed way. One day I wasn’t working and I was really relaxed and I was thinking, “Wouldn’t it be great if I could feel like this all the time?” So I started feeling like this at work, at peace, no hostility, no worries about the job, no worries about life, just flowing effortlessly through a world I do not completely understand. And it’s worked well for myself, as I no longer feel fatigued nor do I feel stressed, for the most part. There are times when I get out of this state, but it’s not as frequent as it used to be.
Humor and relaxing go hand in hand. Laughing is a tension relief method that takes me to a place I love to be. But it has to be genuine humor, not some ill-fated humor, like making fun of a handicapped person. It has to be something that’s genuinely funny. I have this resource of material I use to make myself laugh and to put everything in perspective. Like if I’m ever stressed on my job, I just say, “Hey, who cares? It’s just a job. It doesn’t matter. You’ll be in college again in less than two months and who cares about this job?” And then I see how trivial it is with respect to the universe as a whole and I almost burst out laughing.
Yesterday, I didn’t get a break until 5 hours fifteen minutes of working, which is odd for the place I work, but the people there NEVER offer me a break, I always have to ask for it, so yesterday, I decided I was not going to ask for one at all and if I didn’t get one, so be it. So I just work, work, work, in a relaxed manner. I’m waiting for the break, even though I really don’t need one, I even buy a water so my throat doesn’t become parched while on the clock. About fifteen minutes after that, I am finally offered a break, but now I really don’t feel I need one, but I take it anyway. I grab an apple and eat it very slowly, as I have fifteen minutes to eat it. I savor every bite for what seems like a half hour, then I go back to clock back in. It has only been fifteen minutes, but how could I have known that? I dismiss all forms of clocks and time as I find them irrelevant, except when I have to be somewhere at a certain time, but I’m sure if I relaxed that notion, I still would make it to most places on time, and even if I didn’t, what’s the big deal? It’s not going to kill me.
I’ll never forget the episode of Seinfeld when Kramer says, “I tell time by the sun,” and one of the other characters asks him, “What do you do at night?” and he says, “I’m usually within a couple of hours or so.” I find that hilarious, while at the same time seeing it has practical use. Why not? And why bother with defining time so rigidly? So we can get credit for working eight hours? I don’t care about that, I think you should get paid for the value you create, not the time you spend creating it. It should be, you work, you get done, you leave, no need to work out the remaining hours standing around just so you get paid for what you did before.
I believe you can do everything in an easy and relaxed manner, in a healthy and positive way, in its own perfect time, for the highest good of all. I stole that quote from Marc Allen, and he stole it from some lady who wrote a book about something, I don’t have the willpower to look it up right now. You don’t need to be so rigid and cutthroat. It’s not the way of the world. Well, maybe it is now, but it didn’t use to be. I try and bring this relaxation with me wherever I go so that people around me will be receptive to this and share some laughs with me. It’s a very enlightening experience to share your relaxation with someone who is down. It cheers them right up.
Last night I had a conversation about one of my favorite dark comedies, American Psycho. And we’re laughing at the fact this guy put on a raincoat before he killed this guy and had copies of the New York Times lying around his floor. The victim asks him, “Is that a raincoat?” and he answers enthusiastically, “Yes, it is!” So funny. It’s a really funny movie and I just got the book in and am reading it. It’s a very superficial story, but it’s so detailed and funny. But people who are uptight could not see the humor in a homicidal maniac who cares more about which loafers you are wearing than the person inside of you.
So, I guess the overall message is to take life lightly and don’t get to caught up in the “rat race.” I see too many people who always neglect their laziness, and while doing so, become so focused they get this tunnel vision and it leads to neglection of opportunities they would otherwise be open to had they not been working so hard. I realize that it is my duty to lighten up people’s days and slow them down a little. Relax, take it easy, for an hour every day. Just reflect, understand, and ponder the nature of our existance and why you get stressed over seemlingly insignificant things. Just laugh, love, learn, and be happy.
I hope you enjoy this post as much as I did writing it.
I don’t know what it is, but I just don’t get it. I feel as if I reside outside myself. Ever since I had a brain tumor and the subsequent surgeries, it’s been a very surreal experience for me. It’s very strange, and it’s very hard to explain completely, but here it goes:
It’s almost as if I am living in a dream-like state, kind of like I’m observing myself independent of my body, but also through my own eyes. I can’t really place words on it, but to place this sort of feeling would be hard to do completely. It’s not that I don’t enjoy it, it’s the fact that I don’t understand it completely and it’s got me thinking about what reality really is. Is it just a dream? Because when I have dreams, they seem so real. The places, the detail, it’s so vivid, just like real life. So maybe life is just a very persistent dream. Because that’s how I feel in life, just like when I’m dreaming. It feels the same now. I even have trouble distinguishing from the two. Some things I’ve done in my dream I think I’ve done in reality and vice-versa. I feel I’m moving closer to the truth, though. Finding out that there is something above me, my physcial body that is, and it’s also a part of me. It’s something that kind of works with me to create the world as I see it. But I don’t know why. I’m working towards finding out, but it’s so damn confusing. There isn’t much direction and the more I think about it, the more confused I become. There has to be some meaning in this existance, but what is the meaning?
Finding something like this out will take me awhile. It will be something i enjoy though. I think that figuring out this question is the purpose of all of our lives. But most of us don’t do that. And this is a shame. Only a select few have actually done it: Jesus, Buddha, and other mystics, but that was true to them. Some of the things are true to me, but not all of them. But by examining these things, we start to understand that we don’t really know. No one does. We’re here, but we can’t possibly know why or what our lives will mean. It’s so abstract, but it tugs at our core beliefs so much that it can alter the world we live in drastically. But by doing this, we gain more clarity.
I’ve began to embark on this journey for about a year now and I really don’t know where it will take me. I am wandering across this plane of existance, while also going to other planes. The dream plane is completely random and the “reality” plane is very concrete and other planes I’ve never been on are probably somewhere in between. But I’m not sure why or what or how. So I just sit here, wondering, trying to figure this all out, while at the same time trying to hold a job and maintain a life. It’s becoming exhausting just to be, just to exist, and doing that alone is no easy task. It takes so much mental energy to ponder these things and to put everything in perspective in so many ways and wonder about how the world works and if it’s simply in our own minds. Who knows what’s really going on? It could all be some kind of dream,and that’s the way it’s starting to look in my world.
But there has to be a point to all of this. Some things don’t make sense to me. We were born into this world with all these rules that we had no idea were in effect, we were not consulted when they were made, and other things. It’s a real weird situation as I see reality almost breaking down in front of me. As I attack each core belief, I start to see different things happen that don’t seem possible under my old system. It’s almost as if I’m at the helm of the ship and I can decide what it is that’s real, but even if I can, what does that matter? So what if I’m powerful? And I use that power for good/evil? What will that do for me as an entity, not as a body? My body is not me anymore, it’s more a part of me, but just as much as my soul or spirit is part of me.
I hope I have some answers real soon on some of these questions. I will be back in a couple of days after I contemplate this more. It’s so expansive, I may get stuck for awhile, but at least I’m making some headway, and I have to find meaning it it. So, until next time…
I found this great website called Living Foods. It’s a website about an all-raw diet. By raw, I man nothing is cooked whatosever. It only makes sense because heat obviously destroys food to some extent, taking out some of the nutrients. But the fact that food becomes slightly toxic when cooked is another factor that I am really looking intro. After eating a gigantic Thanksgiving feast, I felt awfully tired afterwards, which is something I really shouldn’t feel after eating a meal. I should feel energized and ready to rumble. But I didn’t. I felt more tired than I did before I ate at all. So maybe this is not the optimal ways of eating. Maybe raw is the way to go.
Some o the articles on Living Foods (see link above) were very persuasive, and I’m curious to try something like this, but it will not be easy in the place I live now. I may have to wait a couple of years or I could just do it now for a little while and see how I feel on it. As long as I make the primary foods vegetables and fruits, along with nuts and seeds. I’ve heard so many accolades about how it’s an amazing diet from many people, some of which who aren’t part of the whole health promoting field, so it may be worth a shot if I can stick with it. I’ll have to try it or something.
The main thing that people supposedly derive from such a diet is increased mental clairty, more energy, and they lose weight at an amazing pace. It’s definitely a good benefits package and it seems as if it is optimal, except I may have to eat some animal fat or something to get Vitamin B12 because a diet like this is completely devoid of any sort of vitamin. It’s something I’ll have to consider. I don’t want to have to take supplements or anything. That’s not how I roll. Supplements are for the people who are health nuts. I just want to get all my vitamins naturally…
If anyone has experienced this diet and would wish to comment on it, then go ahead. I’m not stopping you. Just give me some insight as to what it means to go raw and how you cope with an unraw society. So let me know… Thank you.
I like to let my mind wander. Just let go of reality for awhile. It’s very comforting. What if I was different? What if I was older, younger, smarter, more energetic, less focused, what would my life be like if I was like that? Where would I go? Would I understand everything I do now? Or would I understand more? What if I was a woman who grew up in Singapore and was told her whole life that I wasn’t very important by my parents, or told I was useless? What would life be like if I were born to a millionaire and never had to work a day in my life? All of these insane thoughts, I kind of make different lives for myself that don’t have any real staying power in reality, but they at least allow me to pass the time. I need a reason for being here, though. There are no real reasons as through the perspective of the universe, everything becomes trivial. So it’s hard to really understand what’s going on. I’m not going to accept anything blindly either. I need to have it resonate with me. I need some sort of answer that is justified in my conscious mind. And until I have that, I really do not have any answers about reality in a way that I can comprehend. Sure, people have tried to explain reality as accurately as possible, but they have not done so to my standards. I need something more concrete, something I can grasp.
I want to know why we’ve created this world and why we live isolated from the rest of the universe, and mostly isolated from the world. I need answers, but it’s not easy to come by them these days. The fact that I’m thinking about this counts, though. If I was just living a sedentary life, with no real questions, no thoughts of introspection, then I would be ashamed of myself, realizing that I have nothing to offer. But maybe I’m crazy and the rest of the world is sane. How would I know? I have no one else to compare myself to that won’t be wearing their mask of sanity. The people that will act normal to fit in and never understand why until it’s too late, they are normal. It’s an assimilation, if you will. A direct assimilation that halts creativity and mind. But in order to be accepted by these people, these entities, we have to want the newest car, the greatest gadget, and watch hours of television where these innate values are fed to us with a silver spoon.
But what does this mean anyway? If someone is dishonest about marketing a product to you through all these relatively evil methods, what is their real motivation besides money? And what will money do for you once you have too much of it? And what does money have to do with the whole universe? Why are we on this planet where making money from something is more important than actively giving it away to benefit people? Maybe I was brought into existence too late because I’m sure the universe didn’t work this way thousands of years ago, a time where we thought for ourselves and based our decisions not by what others did, but from what we want to do.
I think the best question to ask in all of this is: Why? And I’m sure you could go for the cop-out answer: Why not? But that’s not very clever, nor is it amusing. People will go into some long-winded sermon about how a certain religion is right and that it’s the only way to answer that question. And I can’t deal with that. I don’t want beliefs forced on me. I want to figure my own beliefs out for myself. I’ll assess the situation and go from there. It’s a hell of a time doing this, though. It could take a lifetime, maybe longer. But most people don’t take the time to do this. They follow whatever they’re fed because it’s too much work to figure out things for themselves. Just go to someone who seems to be thriving in a current belief system and adopt it. But it shouldn’t be that simple. Something is telling me it has to resonate with you completely. It can’t be someone else’s words flowing through your head. The only thoughts that should be flowing through your head are yours.
I don’t know how much further I can take this before I go completely and utterly insane, but I feel there is such a group mentality in the world where people simply believe what certain people believe in order to be accepted, while not completely accepting themselves. If you completely and fully accept yourself, then there will be no need to search for acceptance in other people. This is where the concepts go astray because the majority of people don’t really accept themselves and don’t believe in anything specific, due to the fact they don’t take the time to see what works for them. So they take “the easy way out,” not finding beliefs and not accepting anything as real. So they look to others for some guidance, and the guidance most people give have to do with their own agendas and conversion rhetoric. It’s a terrible system and it needs to change. If I were to form a group, I wouldn’t want anyone to be here that doesn’t believe what I believe in because it would be incongruent with their beliefs. Why would you go to a Catholic church if you’re a Muslim?
But we all want answers. Answers are what we desire. Answer to Why and Why Not are very hard to come by. But most people don’t put in the time to answer logically. This is a problem because this leads most people to believing what others believe in just because they haven’t done the groundwork for their own unique belief system. We’re so conditioned to treat time as “money,” and to not take time to ponder these great questions, but rather to get as much done in a half-hour as is humanly possible. Efficiency is highly valued, but introspection and assessment of the self is not. We value robotic “good” workers much more than we reward intuitive thinkers whose ideas can be very useful. Sure, people like Jesus and Buddha got recognition and so did Socrates and Plato, but most of these people are told, “Why don’t you get a job, you lazy bastard!” And it’s wrong, wrong. Let them think, let them experiment. These are the fathers of the new world. Don’t stifle their creativity, but embrace it.
Sidenote: I know these posts are becoming a bit more abstract and less funny, but it’s just I’ve been doing a lot of deep thinking lately and it’s been wonderful. It’s an exercise in the mind. You should try it sometime. It does wonders for my creativity as well. And the dreams! Vivid, amazing dreams that you could never imagine unless you personally had them yourself!
There’s always a question that people ask that quickly forms judgment on other people. “Do you believe in God?” As they ask this question, you aren’t really sure what kind of God they’re talking about, or if it can be anything. Some people see God as this father figure, much like the governing force of nature, whille others simply see God as a presence in our world, an energy force. So if anyone ever asks you a question like this, you should have them define what they’re talking about by “God.” It’s almost like we’re handed this world and asked to make best judgments on what holds true for us. For example, if you grew up Catholic and now you’re out in the world and you see all these other religions, of which yours damns them all the hell. How can all these belief systems exist and all be the “one true religion?”
This is where it gets a little hazy. With all the belief systems, most of which are fear-based or too structured to be realistic, are a trap if you really look at them. Most of them have good messages, but they somewhat limit your scope of reality. You can’t have certain experiences in certain belief systems, mostly because you don’t believe they’re possible. But most people stay inside one religion or set of beliefs in their entire lifetime, never experiencing anything else, so even though they may believe that all the other religions are wrong, they have never experienced them from the inside and seen if they resonate with them at all.
Of course, most people never stray from the system in which they were born. And it’s sad, really, because they never do any thinking about reality for themselves. They allow others to do the thinking for them. If you let someone else tell you what to do with your life, it wouldn’t really be your life anymore. It would be the life of the person who’s telling you what to do. So unless you make a decision that reflects yourself, you’re pretty much giving up control of your life. I believe the whole test is to question your beliefs and wonder if there are any beliefs outside your own belief system that could work for you. And it takes time to try each of them out, but it may be worth it in the end. You never know.
But there are all these pressures in certain religions. People will notice if you start to get away. Like if you go to church every Sunday and have been doing so for the past ten years, then if you all of the sudden stop, there could be some backlash and people muttering, “That guy’s lost his mind.” And the thought of dealing with this is one thing that holds us back. Not only that, but the fact that you’ll probably be spiritually unstable for awhile because you have to adapt to any new belief in your world. But that is only temporary.
I remember the time I tried to adopt a belief that time is only an illusion and is a creation of the mind. At first, I couldn’t really grasp that, but eventually I came to figure out that everything is a creation of the mind. Nothing just happens, there must be some sort of willing it to happen, be it a person, an animal, or a plant. You see, the fact that time exists it mostly something we use to measure results, lifespan, and other seemlingly trivial things from the universe’s perspective. If we place so much importance on the impermanent, then we start to place too much importance on the aspect of time.
The most mind-blowing realization I’ve ever come to is the fact that we really don’t matter that much. The fact is, while looking at the universe and its expansive size, we are not exactly the best thing since sliced bread. We are just as important as an insect or a planet. We are a cell in the organism we call the universe. We are here to perpetuate the existence of our planet, which for some reason exists. People often ask why we’re here, and I say, you could look for the rest of your life and you may be able to figure out how we are here, the science of why we are here, but it doesn’t bring us anywhere close to the purpose for being here.
This is one thing I’ve been struggling with. If we are as insignificant as it seems and our planet is nothing more than a small rock in the most gigantic formation of rocks anyone could ever imagine, then why is getting your taxes done so damn important? How come people get stressed out over trivialities when there really is no need, from a cosmic perspective. Even if you were to die, or even if the planet were to be destroyed, so what? It’s not that big a deal.
And I think religion is the way to cope with all of this. People place some sort of value on answers to these questions, and they’ll buy almost anything. I’m not saying people who are religious are stupid, they’re not, if they’ve chosen their beliefs from examining many others. If you ask this question to the universe, “Why are we here?” you most likely won’t get a response. I think it’s because the universe is asking the same question to you: “Why are YOU here?”
And answering that question is very difficult to do. Many people never answer it in their entire lifetimes. I mean, if you have realized what I have, you know that from a cosmic perspective, choosing a purpose for your life can be very difficult. Now that you realize the magnitude of the situation. If you want to be a lawyer, but you know that doing so will force you to lie a lot, then you have to make a choice of whether or not you want to pay that price. I’m not sure how the universe works, but from what I’ve seen, people usually get what they deserve, but it’s almost meaningless if you keep shifting perspectives, even to the other side of the globe.
So I think the best deal is to choose a belief system that gives you the most power. Choose one that will allow you to feel the most in control of your life. You can give up control, but you can never give up responsibility. If you have control, you do have responsibility, but if you don’t have control, you still have the rsponsibility to regain control. So gain control of your beliefs and don’t follow something just because the rest of your family does or the church you go to does. Don’t expect them to be understanding of your change in beliefs, as they most likely will dismiss you as insane.
I guess it’s all about you, but not you in the selfish way. It’s you as a collective whole, you as a planet, you as a universe to make it a better place without restrictions. You shouln’t have to ask a pie-in-the-sky authority figure if you can do certain things. Do what feels right and do what will give you the most power, but not power in an evil way, but power for the highest possible good you can imagine.
Then the most empowering for me is called subjective reality where a) there is only one consciousness, b) you are that consciousness, and c) everything is created by thoughts in that consciousness. It gives you an insane amount of power, but also an insane amount of responsibility. So therefore, it places the world, the universe, in your hands. It definitely takes time to get used to this, as your realize that other people are actually a projection of yourself. Even strangers that pass by and plants, animals, books, tables, chairs, they’re all part of you and you have the power to change it. It’s a very harmonious way of living, but you have to work at the thought part because every negative thought you have will be created, just as the psitive ones will. So there are a lot of goods and bads like any other religion, but it is the only belief system that empowers you to this extent. I hope I’ve been helpful in my musings and have a nice day, at least the one I created for you.
Here’s something I’ve just come to realize. Human beings are the only species that kills their own species for no reason and rejoices in the fact that they killed them. It is almost like our whole society based on war and ownership of land has completely turned us into worse than all animals. Some animals kill other animals for food. And that’s part of nature, but we kill our own species for power, lust, greed, and a sense of security. We kill for no reason whatsoever. We have no intention of preserving life. The people in power are mentally ill, schizophrenic to an extent. They’ll find a way to get the nation in support of war, even if civilian casualties occur in the remote country we’re off to bomb mercilessly. It’s almost as if we don’t care anymore. We don’t care about anyone but ourselves. News from other countries pales in comparison to what the latest celebrity is wearing. They use all this media of celebrities and fear-based news to keep us complacent. Fear is the killer of the mind. And they all know that. If they keep us in fear, they know they can gain power over us. And if they increase this level of fear over time, they could have us all going to war to kill people who most likely are no threat to us. But the fact that they have us all rooted up in fear is what makes it possible for us to make this move. They fill our heads with propaganda and bad news about other countries to somehow justify their eventual warfare on that nation. And you never see the other side. It’s always about what they want you to see and hear.
People follow along with this, too. They believe everything they hear and they will do exactly what five or six people in power want them to do. All the negative things in the world are created through some sort of fabrication of paranoia, which leads to us feeling like we’re in danger, when realistically we are nowhere near being in danger. I just wish more people would come onto this way of thinking because it’s getting to be insane. I can even see our government fabricating terrorist attacks on our nation in the near future. I’m not sure if anything of the like has happened yet, but I’m sure it might have, and it is a definite tactic for the future, no matter what the cost. It’s not about the people. It’s about the retention of power. But these people will only remain in power as long as we eat the things we are fed. We’re not sold lies, we buy the lies they give to us. And we not only believe them, we act on them, not knowing that what we are acting on has no real value.
So I guess it’s pretty prevalent why I do not associate myself with the rules of society or the fear-based ways of thinking. I just can’t bring myself down to that level again after experiencing nothing with fear. If you can transcend fear, then you’ve really taken away their power. But people are creating new things to be afraid of every day. Why would a country create biological and chemical warfare? To keep other countries in fear. Why else? “Don’t mess with us because if you do, we’ll kill all of you.” That’s the mindset of these countries. I find it so excruciatingly painful that army soldiers and generals can go to war, kill five thousand people, and not stand trial for their murders. Yet, if someone accidentally kills someone in a car wreck or something, they could face up to twenty-five years in jail. It’s just not logical. A serial killer pales in comparison to someone who goes into a country with the sheer purpose of taking it over, by killing thousands of people and even displaying them up on a stage as they behead them. It’s all relative, really. We’re all going to die sooner or later, so I don’t know why we allow this fear-based thinking or non-thinking to rule our lives. If we accept the fact that the world is a dangerous and fearful place, then it will be one in our minds. And we will filter out all the good we see and concentrate solely on the bad, which will reinforce our feelings of a terrible world. And the cycle continues to grow stronger. The world makes sure only the people who are of this evil and dark intention will ever make it into power. And when someone who doesn’t follow this is put into power, like John F. Kennedy, we find a way to assassinate him. And you see how terrible the world seems, but in reality, the only way it seems that way is because we are all conditioned to think that way. So if we drop the propaganda this world has been feeding us, then maybe we’ll be able to overcome this security conundrum.
And the fear is toxic. Look at all the diseases there must be right now. All these people with anxiety and stress-related conditions that totally run their lives. It’s a great market for the drug industry, I’m sure. “Let’s see how much money we can make from all these new conditions we created.” It’s a damn shame, but it’s the truth. I’m sure it’s much worse now. Poverty-stricken people in the streets begging for change or food and there’s the fat cat aristocrat who won’t spare even a dollar to the hungry or the food retention challenged, or whatever bogus word the government will come up with to euphemize starving.
This are just some instantaneous thought I had after watching the 2012 thing, which was over 3 1/2 hours long. I fell asleep 2:30 through it, so I missed the last hour, but it was pretty good. Here’s the link: Click here. I just hope you have four hours to spare…intersting stuff, though.