Watching videos like this don't make me laugh, they actually just make me sad. I laughed when I watched the South Park Episode of "Black
Friday", but seeing it first hand it's really just pretty sad.
TPTB Have created this matrix where we are constantly exposed to an onslaught of marketing ploys, one after the other after the other. It seems like
everybody is just chasing the dollar, and If You ever speak out about how corrupted our monetary system is and ever attempt to expose the mental
slavery that is taken place on us, you are ostracized from the group and completely shunned in some cases.
This video makes me sick, because there are people right now- probably even some of you who either have cancer, who are in dire
circumstances financially, some of you who are mentally ill etc.. Maybe it's a family member, a neighbour , a friend, but we all have somebody we
know out there who is in need. But it seems like we're living in a world where that's an after thought. Many of us make the next best toy we can
buy our biggest priority around Christmas Time. It's no wonder the suicide rates are highest annually during Christmas, maybe because for some of us
it's a lonely time, or maybe we've left this world make us feel like outcasts for not competing with all the rest of our friends, maybe we can't
afford that brand new car for our teenager that our neighbour just bought his son.
I apologize if I'm coming across as cynical or If I'm rambling, I guess I'll get back on track here and just say Here's to hoping this
Christmas we all remember the true meaning isn't about receiving so much that it becomes gluttonous and we lose sight of what it is to be truly
grateful. Here's to hoping that This Christmas we're not going to play the stupid game, and blow all our money and drink the Koolaid to feel the
false sense of euphoria.
Even a Christmas where you receive zero presents, a Christmas you spend in the company of only a few or alone is better If you know in
your heart of hearts that one soul breathes easier because of a difference you made from them from the bottom of your heart.
You won't make Channel 5 News, Brad Pitt or Oprah Winfrey will be the ones getting all the media attention for the enormous charitable
donations they make, but make no mistake about it. God knows your heart, and If you were to give , care and love unconditionally for someone ( it
could even be a complete stranger) and you do something ground-breaking this Holiday season, God will acknowledge that and smile down on that. And
when and only when we give like this will we know the meaning behind , "It's better to give than to receive"
Just my two cents