July 6, 2016
Change is ever-present in our society.
Everywhere we look, in every realm we glance at, in every discipline we gaze into, there is a modicum of change taking place.
Some of this change is imposed by authority. Much of it isn’t.
Throughout history, we have examples of conscious individuals that have spawned massive change through their actions and creative potential. One of these individuals was Martin Luther King Jr.
Many people are quite familiar with King’s ‘I have a dream’ passage, and rightly so. The thoughts he expressed via that remark spawned wildfires that still burn to this day.
Another salient quote of his was:
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?'”
In a world where many people want change, where many people expect change, where many people demand change, those words would be wise for everyone to take to heart.
Many people will be quick to want others to change circumstances for them [i.e. politics], but not many will follow suit with thorough and tangible introspection to help themselves.
These days, the words from the above quote resonate with me more and more.
Helping others attain an awareness of what’s working against them in life is an idea that’s become a catalyst in my life for quite some time. This is because the burgeoning issues we are facing physically, mentally, psychologically, and so on are only getting more pressing by the day, and it’s imperative for cognizant individuals to come to terms with it, because they stand to get run over by the very system they work for, the very system that harvests their every branch of life.
Being keenly aware of the dastardly clever comptrollers that work behind the scenes and their modalities is but a start. Be it incessant propaganda with the mainstream media, an onslaught of social engineering in its many forms, or a veritable storm of mind control through other fashions, the scale at which we are facing troublesome issues is compounding quite rapidly.
Be that as it may, attaining individual self empowerment through proactive, responsible action is the gateway to our solutions.
By each of us employing conscious creativity and our unending inherent potential, we will finally be able to detach from the system-imposed paradigm we are brought into and reach more mindful pastures.
Therein, as we begin [or continue] to transition from a reactive and stagnant state, to a proactive and conscious state, those meddlesome issues that have plagued us will begin to melt away like snow in the dessert.
Always remember, the impetus for change begins with you, with your deeper consciousness.
Ponder a bit, what would Martin Luther King Jr. have accomplished if he chose to stay stagnant over the pressing issues that he faced? The course of history would be far, far different. Thankfully, that potentiality went by the wayside.
Ponder about what drives you; fight for what you believe in. Don’t wait for issues to arrive at your doorstep before taking action because it will be too late.
Let’s quit falling into the whirlpool of twisted lies that are becoming more and more obvious every day.
Only through conscious action will we be able to reach the potential/goals that we each as an individual inherently has.
Keep planting seeds.
The truth is far more important than anything else, and to be inactive when it needs us the most is the pull the plug on our own tomorrow.
Enjoy life – your gift – and make it count.
Become emboldened by your creative potential and let it take you into tomorrow.
After all, if you put your mind to it your creative potential cannot be thwarted.