posted on May, 4 2012 @ 12:54 PM
We decide every time we place the need to be “right” over the importance of truth, honesty and integrity. We decide every time we make a choice
that is not authentic to our own belief in honesty and integrity, a choice which makes us a “winner” and someone else a “loser” because
that’s the way the “game” was designed to be played.
We decide every time we take an oath to protect the constitution from all enemies, both foreign and domestic, and then turn a blind eye away from
its constant attack simply because we have been taught to believe slavery is freedom.
We decide every time we allow a technology meant for the edification of man to be turned into a weapon meant for the destruction of man.
We decide every time we discover an archaeological signpost, like the pyramids, and refuse to see them for what they are, and set about to
determine ways in which they may be forced to fit into the box of beliefs of “mainstream science”.
We decide every time we send someone to prison for a perceived injustice that we ourselves have committed, or might have committed if we were in
his or her shoes.
We decide every time we exceed the posted speed limit, and then ticket or fine someone else for doing so, or fix a ticket for a friend or ask
someone to fix a ticket for us.
We decide every time we scoff at a Ufologist, or Conspiracy Theorist, or the man standing on the corner of a busy city street holding a sign that
says “Repent – The end is near” because we believe our beliefs to be “better” than his.
We decide every time we choose to abandon our high ideals of equitable social change and bow to the pressure of our “constituents” because we
know that if we don’t, we most certainly won’t be re-elected.
We decide every time we sign a vow of secrecy in the interest of national security, not realizing that this secrecy is not in the best interest
of the American people, but in the best interest of social disagreement, war, terrorism, and those who profit from our disagreements.
This is not an indictment of the American people, nor any people. It is simply the observations of an impartial observer who has learned not to
judge or condemn, but observe from a perspective of emotional detachment.
It is not that I do not experience emotions but that I have learned to recognize and accept my emotions for what they are; energy in motion, and
I have learned to use my emotions rather than allowing them to use me.
This is simply a wakeup call meant to awaken us from a nightmare of our own creation. Neither is this a call to revolution, nor is it meant to
foment political or social unrest. It is meant to influence us to take a look at ourselves, and define ourselves honestly, without judgment or
condemnation, see ourselves as we truly are in this moment and ask ourselves if this is who we truly wish to be.
If anything I have said here inadvertently pricks your conscience, then the answer to this question is no, and you would be much better served by
going within and finding out why you felt the prick, than by going outside and attacking the source of nothing more than information meant to help
Going within is responsive and going without is instinctive, and if we don’t go within, we choose to go without, and yet, this is your choice
to make, and though I may seek to guide, I cannot make choices for anyone but myself. And since I have learned the true meaning of freedom, I respect
and honor your free will right to choose, even if that choice is to attack me.
Because we have abandoned the meta-physical sciences of awareness, we have abandoned our ability to become aware of the greatest part of
ourselves that is basically All That Is. To harm another is to harm yourself because you are All That Is. This is basically the meaning of Unity,
Singularity, Infinity, God.
This is what the most revered of our ancestors have tried to teach us, and this is what our new experiences in science are trying to confirm, and
this is what we refuse to open our “eyes” and “see”.
I Am Master of my world, however, I am not master of yours. Only you can be that. I am not a charismatic leader, but a simple servant and
messenger. I am a little fish in a big pond and my purpose is to shine the Light of the Source into whatever locality of the pond in which I find
myself. Since I know that the pond is infinitely big, I know and accept the fact that I will always be a little fish in a big pond, until I Am Not,
and when I Am Not, I will have become the pond.
This is all a function of perspective.