posted on Mar, 8 2009 @ 04:20 AM
I think the problem is that a lot of people are unsure about exactly they are fighting for.
They can see the injustices around them and the things that are inherently NOT right with the world and get too embroiled in what they are fighting
against rather than directing their energies towards solutions.
Knowledge is a fantastic thing if it makes one feel empowered but I believe that some people have lost their way and are growing more fearful as a
result of getting closer to the 'truth'. My friend who got me into this area of research is a case in point - he seems to grow ever more melancholy
with everything he reads because I think he believes that the battle against the NWO etc. is lost.
I am new to all of this stuff and at the moment I am just absorbing information, information that is drastically changing my perception of the world
and I am finding myself just losing faith with everything I thought was real.
This is why I have to hang on to what I am fighting for (namely love, peace, knowledge and freedom) and try to make changes to my life in small ways
to further my positive agenda.
I like the metaphor with the light in a darkened room - I feel that it is a very powerful symbol of what we are all trying to achieve.