Reason #98798 Not to Change the World

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5 comments to Reason #98798 Not to Change the World

  • Ben

    “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.
    Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.
    It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us.
    We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant,
    gorgeous, handsome, talented and fabulous?

    Actually, who are you not to be?
    You are a child of God.

    Your playing small does not serve the world.
    There is nothing enlightened about shrinking
    so that other people won’t feel insecure around you.
    We are all meant to shine, as children do.

    We were born to make manifest the glory of God within us.
    It is not just in some; it is in everyone.

    And, as we let our own light shine, we consciously give
    other people permission to do the same.
    As we are liberated from our fear,
    our presence automatically liberates others.”

    – Marianne Williamson

  • Denny B.

    Thanks Ben, if we all would just do that this world would be so much better.

  • thankful

    Its hard to imagine people preferring slavery. Yet I saw the u-tube videos on North Korea, and between all the propaganda and fear mongering that is done there, (if one person errors the whole extended family goes to the prison camp) the people seem hopelessly wrapped up in it. If they are never given a chance to see there is an alternative, they will never know they are enslaved. I can only imagine the difficulty someone would have bringing someone who has had a life of this existence brought to a better place. The pain is better than the unknown to some, and many won’t even take the first step; it is too foreign to them (hence the women who when beaten when young, tend to continue relationships with those types of guys and when someone really good comes along it freaks them out). The shock of so drastic a change is difficult. Like getting away from the whole needing a credit card mentality. I think Chris has spoken of it before (fear of the unknown).

  • Mustafa Cohen

    “It’s hard to imagine people preferring slavery”.

    The State replaces people’s spines and brains with its own fibers. Remove them – and a man will die.

    They must be replaced, not removed. They can’t be grown by someone whose ability to grow them was taken away.

    The good way is to give him tools and blueprints and a convincing case for your new solution. They must WANT to switch.

    The bad way is to give him a shiny new spine and brain that will enslave him to a new master.

    There is no point in telling a man with State fibers for brain to “develop his own brain” as there is no point in calling him “sheeple”. They can’t hear you not because they don’t want to, but because their hearing is stolen.

  • Silver Eagle

    Interesting that I had this very conversation with my brother a few days ago concerning his “butterfly and rainbows” wife. He and I role play different scenerios as mental exercises. Ex: Shooting an intruder, etc. His wife does not understand how someone can think that way……it goes to the very core of the point made that thankful said…”fear of the unknown”. The thought of having to shoot someone, the thought that you may need extra food, supplies, alternate currency, etc is foreign to them because to plan these things is to accept our condition and now “fear the known”. Fear is a powerful force, and just so I can offend the non-Christian secularists here, the Word of God says this: “For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.”
    2 Timothy 1:6-8

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