When YeHoVaH brought back those that returned to Zion,
We were like unto them that dream.
Then was our mouth filled with laughter,
And our tongue with singing:
Then said they among the nations,
YeHoVaH has done great things for them.
YeHoVaHhas done great things for us,
Whereof we are glad.
Turn again our captivity, O YeHoVaH,
As the streams in the South.
They that sow in tears shall reap in joy.
He that goes forth and weeps, bearing seed for sowing,
Shall doubtless come again with joy, bringing his sheaves with him. ~Tehillim 126, 2:6
We now face a new beginning. You, like millions of others may be rocked to your very soul about recent events and the information that is surfacing. You may be extremely upset to know that all you have believed up until just a few weeks ago, has been untrue. No one likes to be duped by the people we put in positions of trust.
The world may look very unstable, even science-fiction-y. That’s understandable. You’ve been through a lot over the last year. And just when we hoped it would get better. Well, I don’t need to say it. But when you’ve lived under an evil shadow government all of your life like many of us have, myself included, the truth can sound surreal.
I’m reminded of a movie called “Room.” Maybe you’ve seen it.
For those who have not, the main character is a woman who has been living in captivity as one man’s sex slave for a number of years. She existed in a soundproofed outbuilding with her only point of contact being the person who held her against her will, and brought her provisions.
Living in the room with her is her five-year-old son who was born into captivity. His whole world has been her and that room and the skylight that let him see only the sky. She created a narrative that this place where they lived was the whole world.
Then, she conceives of an escape plan that requires her son’s cooperation. But to get it she must convince him there is a world beyond all he has ever known.
Think about that.
He’s only ever seen two people his whole life. He’s only known limits. He’s never seen grass or children or heard anyone else’s ideas. It’s worth a watch to help you understand current mindsets.
What does this mean for you?
When the mother told her little boy the truth, his first reaction is utter disbelief. We can only make decisions based on the information we have to work with. If it’s bad information, we can’t come to a good decision. Operating from bad information also affects perspectives, beliefs and actions.
We have been raised inside a room that many of us have accepted as unchangeable. But it has changed.
Many of us have believed the lie that nothing we do can make an impact. That we don’t matter. That no one hears us. And if they do, they don’t care.
Someone has been listening. Look for the proof. Who you are does matter. What you do does matter.
It matters more than ever.
This will be the single most life-changing event. Right now, you can become the very best you could ever hope to be. The most generous, the most benevolent, the most encouraging, the most brave. You are the seeds of hope that have been planted and watered for such a time as this.
People in your circle of influence need to hear a message of hope. They need to be able to see the potential in the present moment. You can help them do that.
We have just been handed the most amazing gift we could ever hope for. Freedom.
We have barely explored the meaning of the word let alone the ramifications of true freedom.
But you must first understand the greatness of your own mind, so you can help others do the same.
The Awakening has dawned. Spread the word, share the hope live in joy and shalom.
And get your sunglasses. The future ahead is unbelievably bright.
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