So, what is the bigger picture?
We are, as a species, whether through natural means or a hidden force guiding us, divided on almost everything. Religion, race, sports teams,
sexuality, nationality, the list is seemingly endless. If the whole planet could just stop and look at the bigger picture, we'd be free.
We'd realise that the things that cause so much misery, suffering and violence in the world are just obstacles keeping us apart. We are all human
beings and that is it. There is no need for any of us to be divided.
I would like to share a quote, one that ironically will create division because people will judge it because of its religous nature, failing to see
the overall message of what is being said-
If what I reveal surprises and shocks the reader, please don’t develop an inferiority complex because I am frank to admit that although I have
worked since 1911, trying to find out why the Human Race can’t live in peace and enjoy the bounties and blessing God provides for our use and
benefit in such abundance ? It was 1950 before I penetrated the secret that the wars and revolutions which scourge our lives, and the chaotic
conditions that prevail, are nothing more or less than the effects of the continuing Luciferian conspiracy.
- William Guy Carr, Pawns in the Game, 1958.
So Carr looks at our problems from a biblical stance. But so what? The overall message is still true. Whether it is human nature to divide itself,
whether it is the work of Lucifer dividing the world, whether it is vibrational energies manifesting as good and evil in this physical world or
reptilians from the lower 4th dimension, the OVERALL point is that there is no need for our divisions when we just stop and realise we are all human
beings and we can overcome these problems when we look at the bigger picture.
I said at the beginning that it is very simple. Once you see the bigger picture that is. But sadly those who see it are in an overwhelming minority.
Whilst this remains the case, mankind will continue to allow itself to be be manipulated and divided and played for many more years to come.
An ancient philospher once said-
"He who has not even a knowledge of common things is a brute among men. He who has an accurate knowledge of human concerns alone is a man among
brutes. But he who knows all that can be known by intellectual energy, is a God among men."
I'm not saying we should aspire to be Gods amongst men, but I am saying we should try our best to help people see the bigger picture-
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