Hur firar du nationaldagen?

Det är svårt att se någon tydlig linje vad gäller Sveriges vara eller icke vara. I handling från politikernas håll skulle man kunna tro att de faktiskt gör sitt bästa för att avskaffa Sverige. En del “journalister” som Lars Lindberg skriver om nationaldagen i Expressen och menar att vi visst kan fira och hissa flaggan, vara stolta men akta oss för att hata. Alla floskler som kommer därifrån känns som uppmaningar från en vagt begåvad förälder till ett än mer vagt begåvat barn. Fira nationaldagen du, men var lagom stolt, var lagom svensk så att du inte kan tolkas som fientlig – ehhh?

Jag tror inte det är många som firar nationaldagen, alls. Vi har ingen tradition på det och när jag kollar wikipedia ser jag; “Som ett av skälen till att göra nationaldagen till en helgdag har även angivits att många invandrare förvånades över att svenskarna inte firade sin nationaldag”. Fy skäms, så kan vi inte ha det.  Kanske är det så att inte ens den svenska nationaldagen är till för den inhemska befolkningen utan för den nytillkomna.

Förr kallade vi det Svenska Flaggans dag, och alla var typ, jaha – so what? Men det var innan politikerna haft sönder Sverige, det var då vi tog det svenska och Sverige för givet. Nu när de lyckats misstänkliggöra de som älskar sitt land och de Lundellska öppna landskapen, ska vi återigen, enligt Lindberg i alla fall, tillåtas vara lite lagom stolta och nationalistiska. Hur nationalistisk får man vara för att passa in i medias och politikernas bild av en “stolt svensk”? Hur nationalistisk får man vara för att inte kallas rasist eller fob? Ni vet, en sån som när terrorn hotar står upp för kärleken, men inte för mycket så att det sticker någon i ögonen. Det är inte helt enkelt.

Den här hyllningen och implementeringen av “mångkulturen” av “öppna gränser” och “frihet” har gjorts i en anda av naivitet och ignorans som slår alla rekord. Ja, vi vill välkomna andra kulturer och vill kunna röra oss fritt i Europa, men om det är till priset av att riskera vår och våra barns säkerhet, vår egen kultur, vår egen frihet – maybe not so much.

Kanske borde vi införa en slags svensk variant på ramadan fast tvärtom liksom, ett midsommarfirande som börjar vid nationaldagen och inte slutar förrän dagen efter midsommarafton? Det kanske behövs flera dagar i sträck för att verkligen helhjärtat gå in för och reflektera över vad vi värderar och värnar om som svenskt? Skulle det funka för liberalerna? Skulle det funka för media och politiker? Eller skulle det vara en provokation?

Jag tror det är dags att vi börjar ignorera påbuden och fira precis som vi vill utan en tanke på att ursäkta eller förklara vår eventuella kärlek till svenska traditioner och kultur.

Hur firar du?

 

“We can be heroes – if just for one day!”

Most of you have heard the story of Chicken Little who thought that the sky was falling down, who scared others into thinking the same and caused panic, only to end up being eaten by a fox! Hmmm, a hundred year old story (at the very least) who warns us not to believe everything we are told.

For some reason, this story comes to mind whenever I glance at main stream media or social media. Maybe because this unprecedented current fear pandemic is quite similar, only this time Chicken Little is played by a united main stream media and most of the world’s politicians. So, the question remains, will this version of the story result in us all being eaten by the fox? Or will we wake up long enough to question the truth of Chicken Little’s tale?

Urging people to be afraid, to worry, to nourish their worst fears, is never about protection. We can not be scared enough to save us from the perils in life. We cannot either feel scared to the bone now in order to be safe from more fear in the future. It works the other way arond – the more you allow fear and fearful thoughts to rule your day, the more fear you will feel, not less.

So, who’s the fox? Well, if you are familiar with any kind of history book, you know how fear has been used by those in power to control the masses, since the beginning of time. A fearful crowd can be quenched and tempered, BUT, only for a while. There is a breaking point where people will not take it any longer, when they will start questioning, acting out or simply defy those that use this method. No human being can live in terrifying fear for very long. Our bodies and our minds will not respond to the fear after a while, we might become numb at first, and then angry, and after that…..well, then the fox is in trouble.

To keep calm, to refrain from following along with the herd, to think for oneself, to stay reasonable and open to the fact that there might be more to a story, or that the story itself is not entirely accurate is vitally important right now. If you can’t do it for yourself, do it for your children, your loved ones. Be that rock in this shitstorm of humongous proportions. That’s the heroic thing to do now. As my alltime favorite used to sing: “We can be heroes, if just for one day”. 

 

 

 

När rädsla och grupptryck får råda…..

…avtar det sunda förnuftet i allt snabbare takt. Rädsla och grupptryck förstärker det svart-vita tänket. Men i kriser är det det motsatta vi har behov av, det vill säga de nyanserade och även kreativa lösningarna. Att stänga ner länder, att köra ekonomin i botten, att ta beslut i panik har aldrig och kommer aldrig att generera hållbara lösningar.

Vi vet, med den information som redan konstaterats, att det här viruset i första hand kan vara farligt för mycket gamla och multisjuka människor. Vi vet också att majoriteten får vad som generellt kallas “mycket milda symtom“. Att fokusera medel på just riskgrupperna istället för att stänga ner samhället för majoriteten som mycket väl klarar en “influensa” verkar mer rimligt!

Att hela samhället helt plötsligt ska “värna” de gamla känns också något falskt med tanke på hur samhället under flera år säkerställt att en stor del av våra äldre idag inte har råd att leva, vilket säkert har sänkt mångas immunförsvar.

Stress, oro, rädsla, ångest är de faktorer som mest effektivt och bevisat skjuter våra immunförsvar i sank, så varför ta beslut som gör att fler blir rädda – för sin ekonomi, för att deras företag ska gå i konkurs eller rent generellt för att samhällets ekonomi – helt i onödan – ska gå i konkurs?

Det grupptryck som råder blir helt obegripligt och oerhört suspekt med tanke på att vi haft säsongsinfluensor under många år utan någon som helst reaktion från samhället. Att detta virus, som för de allra flesta ger “mycket milda symtom” ska orsaka halva världen att stänga ner, riskera jobb och försörjning för många är naturligtvis inte rimligt, alls.

Det är dags att någon, gärna Sverige, i långt högre grad än hittills, bryter mot masspsykosen när det gäller detta. Vi kan mycket väl skydda riskgrupper och använda våra medel till att gemensamt verka för att den här skrämselpandemin får så få negativa följder som möjligt.

Men, rädsla säljer – vi har sett det i klimatfrågan som det nu är märkbart tyst om – eller har vi återgått till att bara ha “väder” igen? Rädsla kan uppenbarligen få normalt sett intelligenta och rådiga människor att bete sig som en panikslagen fårskock.

Skräm inte varandra! Skräm inte upp dig själv! Snarare än låta paniken ta över och stänga av allt förnuft tänk: “MYCKET MILDA SYMPTOM!” och fråga snarare vad i h-e är det egentligen fråga om?

 

What is different regarding the current situation?

I have an analytical mind, always have, and it is as if questioning is on an automatic pilot. For me personally, this is of course both great and also sometimes inconvenient. But, without the questioning, there is a risk of becoming gullible, accepting anything and everything without reflection. So…..

The difference this year, in flu season, is that suddenly we get reports from all over the world. Now I know, I’m risking being called “a corona-denier”, but hear me out. Never before have we had world wide main stream agreeing to this degree on reporting on number of cases with flu-like symtoms. This fact alone has made the entire globe fearing sneezes, coughs & fever which up until now were never this big of a deal. Our politicians, world wide, have started implementing a variety of restrictions and warnings which furthers this fear of something extremely dangerous and lethal and they obviously aim to convince us to perceive “everyone” as a potential biological risk factor. The fear is blown out of any reasonable proportions due to the co-operation and agreement between governments and main stream media world wide.

At the same time, the main stream is using the “hidden numbers” of cases, as an additional fuel to the fear. If there is a “huge” number of people who have the virus (that by the way is not isolated as a single cause) without any symtoms whatsoever, is that really something to fear? Or is this quite in line with flu, in general. Some people get sick, others are resilient and healthy. Not very different from what happens during flu season on a regular basis.

That the elderly, especially those already weakened by dis-ease, are the ones that need extra care is nothing new either.

This sudden accord amongst our governments and main stream media is what stirs my questioning mind. I find it very “convenient” that this virus was detected during flu season to begin with. I find it very odd, that both Wuhan and the area in Italy which first came on the radar, both rolled out 5G at the same time people’s immune systems faltered, I find it alarming that this kind of scare tactic, fear mongering and in some cases unsubstantiated “news” can cause a major part of the world’s population to obediently allow themselves to be divided and conquered, and adopt the panic mode, without questioning.

The very lack of objective information, at least presented in the main stream news and media, tells me there might be something more, or maybe even completely other, than a “pandemic” in the works here. As an experiment, as to how easily the powers at hand can scare people into panic behavior and self-isolation, which is detrimental to all of us, is of course successful. 

I am NOT saying that all this is a hoax or that we shall disregard all of it, but I AM saying, that we now need to be aware, awake and use our discernment to the best of our abilities. I think most of us are aware that our governments, our media and even some “experts” in today’s world are not to be relied upon as having our, yours and mine, best interest at heart.

I keep urging you to use your common sense, to stay calm and to do your own research. I have repeatedly said that fear not is a wise councellor, and now more than ever, this is important to remember.

Lyssna på Ditt Sunda Förnuft, INTE på Robert Aschberg!

Robert Aschberg skrev idag i Aftonbladet att vi ska “lita på vetenskap i stället för stolliga konspirationsteorier”! Här är länken.

Aschberg är välkänd för att peka med hela handen och låta självsäker. I det här inlägget rekommenderar han att vi ska lyssna på “vetenskapen”, men berättar inte vilken vetenskap han menar. Är det “vetenskapen” som media väljer ut och presenterar? Är det “vetenskapen” läkemedelsindustrin publicerar? Är det “vetenskapen” våra politiker hänvisar till? Hmmmm.

Han går vidare med att förlöjliga Deepak Chopra som man får förmoda vet en hel del mer om hälsa än herr Aschberg som buntar ihop Ayurvedisk medicin med vad han föraktfullt kallar “hokus pokus”. Meditation och förmågan att hantera stress, det vill säga använda andning och fokus för att inte ätas upp av rädsla och mediernas skrämselpropaganda likställs med diverse uttalanden som jag är säker på de allra flesta bortser ifrån som rent nonsens. Man behöver inte vara “vetenskapsman” för att veta, utom alla tvivel, att en människa i panik inte tänker klart och att det därför är en god idé, för alla, inklusive herr Aschberg, att ta ett djupt andetag, eller helst flera. Faktum är att rädsla och höga stressnivåer omintetgör förmågan hos den del av vår hjärna som bl a ansvarar för omdöme, impulskontroll och problemlösning. Behöver jag nämna hamstringen av toalettpapper?

I dagens informationsflöde är det viktigt att vara kritisk, både till Aschberg, som tydligen vill att vi ska lita på main stream media och “vetenskapen” trots att de flesta idag vet att ingen av dessa s k källor,  är pålitliga. Vi lever i en tid då det blir alltmer nödvändigt att själv ta reda på vad som är vad. Det gör vi inte genom att lyda personer som pekar med hela handen – precis tvärtom faktiskt. Ju mer hårdnackat någon pekar med hela handen, är auktoritär och utser alla som inte lyder till idioter, ju troligare är det att vi INTE ska lyssna. Vi håller oss istället informerade genom att lyssna på mer än en källa till information,   hålla oss lugna och lita på vad vårt sunda förnuft säger oss och därefter bilda oss en uppfattning.

I såna här lägen, med den intensiva coronakampanj som vi nu ser runt om i världen är det än viktigare att inte falla för den massmediala skrämselpropagandan eller låta grupptrycket och flockmentaliteten styra våra val.

Stolligheter på nätet har funnits länge, om Aschberg tror på allt han ser kanske just han inte är den bästa att lyssna på. Du, vi, alla, har en kompass inombords som, när vi är lugna, talar om för oss vad som är vettigt och vad som inte är det. Nu mer än någonsin tidigare är det dags att använda det och acceptera att just nu vet vi helt enkelt inte riktigt vad coronaviruset innebär och inte, och det är just när vi inte vet som det sunda förnuftet är vår mest värdefulla tillgång.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Refusing to panic is being termed “denial”

It makes me wonder about human intelligence and wary about the herd mentality when people who obviously prefer panic mode before keeping your wits about you -are vehemently calling out “denial” or “deniers” to anyone who dares to question anything the main stream media presents.. “Climate change deniers” and now there is “corona virus deniers“. When did panic ever have a productive and constructive outcome? And when did questioning, objectivity and common sense start equalling “denial”?

I don’t see anybody denying anything, though there are people questioning the validity in the overwhelming stream of “news”. The part that concerns me about this reaction is both the complete absence of nuances and/or aggressive tone behind these outbursts.

There’s more than one side to any piece of news. There always is. This does not mean that any of the angles or perspectives is downright incorrect or in “denial”, just that there is more ways than one to describe it.

We all have a mind of our own and to blindly accept what the media, or anyone for what matter says, without finding out facts, experience something first hand or at the very least keeping an open mind, (and admitting that you just don’t know(!)), is the very definition of being manipulated, or in plainer terms – stupid. When you forget that life is not purely black or white but most of the time a variety of grays – you are limiting yourself.

This is the old story of the Emperor’s new clothes. The masses keeping quiet, acting as if the emperor is not in fact naked but fully attired. Only when the child cries out the the emperor is naked, do they accept what they can plainly see with their own eyes!

All I’m saying here, is don’t be so quick in calling “denier”, instead use your own mind, question what you hear, find out, listen to more than one source and ask yourself why you feel so agitated when someone disagrees with you. Especially when all they are doing is to ask you to use your own common sense, calm down and remain objective!

It is prudent to ask yourself often, and at the very least, once in a while; “Am I sure that my opinion is based on facts?

REMEMBER! To have an open mind is in fact the only way you will ever learn anything new.

 

 

Use Corona to raise general awareness instead!

General awareness about what?

1. Your immune system

2. The holistic reality we live in… and well,

3. Politics/media.

Instead of listening to the main stream media’s intentsive fear mongering, take five, breathe and then breathe again.

Pretty much the worst thing you can do to your immune system is to stay in fear and stress, so disconnect from the media most of your day, it’s not going to disappear on you, nor will you be “left in the dark” by not listening to it.

Take some time to learn about what you can do for your immune system instead; c and d-vitamins for example, stress management, high quality foods and excercise (there’s a number of great sites and one of my favorites is www.greenmedinfo.com and NO I am not an affiliate or make any money from them.

Understand that the key to health is NOT vaccines or  “popping a pill”, it is, as the name says, “an immune  system“, which means it needs to be maintained and supported all the time to function at it’s best. It is wise to view your body as one whole, that is, not to separate it into parts. You cannot for example separate your immune system from the rest of the body, it is everywhere. Your body is not a machine it is an organism. If you for example get a paper cut, your whole body is aware of it. The medical/pharma industry is however sustained by our belief that our bodies are machinges, separable and fixed by chemicals. I’m not thrashing Western medicine or hospitals especially when it relates to acute injuries and surgery, but the habitual prescribing of drugs is absolutely not the way to health.

2. We live on ONE planet, and whatever we do affects the whole, which is of course painfully obvious as regards the corona virus. Viruses do not respect boundaries, countries, race, gender or anything else. You cannot truly isolate yourself from this reality, neither should you try. It is by taking care of your own body, your own behavior, you help others. We are all in this together, and even though common sense, like washing your hands is a good idea, the best policy is to help yourself by strengthening your immune system. It’s been long due that we start acting as if we, all of us who live on Mother Earth, realized that we are dependent on each other, we need to help each other and start to respect the eco-systems that keep our planet and our bodies alive and healthy.

3. When it comes to politics and media I could go on for a long time, but I’ll try to keep it short. First of all, some say that this particular corona virus, is part of biochemical warfare experiments! In any world, understanding that we are all dependent on clean water, air and poison free produce, is it even a possibility to think that biological warfare is OK? It is of course not. Whether this is the case or not with the corona virus, we all know that biological warfare is a fact, it is used, billions of dollars (and other currencies) are spent on producing truly lethal and targeted weapons like viruses, like poisonous gases, geo-engineering etc, and this needs to stop, now.

The politicians who support this kind of crazy have no place in governments, I am confident that they do not in any way shape or form, “represent” their populations. To become aware of what the politicians do, often behind closed doors, using the term that it would cause panic if the general population knew all about it, is vitally important if we are not to be turned into a pack of lemmels herded mercilessly towards the precipe. Now that would be a difnified task for journalists all over the world.

There are more and more people becoming aware of the unreliability of the main stream media, but we need to increase those numbers. To allow them to dictate our reality with incorrect information and click bait head lines will never lead toward greater awareness and wisdom. I am not saying that everything they print is incorrect, but it is most definitely prudent to  be sceptic, especially when they, as blatantly obvious as now, just want to create fear and panic. As if that at any time has resulted in something valuable.

To be honest I am more afraid of the panic this has caused than the actual virus itself.

 

Need to justify – points to inner conflict

Justifying, explaining and defending our standpoint, no matter what it may be, points to an inner conflict. When the need to justify your opinion makes you use an almost endless tirade of words, you can count on the fact that you are not in complete agreement with yourself.

We all know when someone does it, but may be quite oblivious to our own tendency to justify or explain. Like the colleague who is late and delivers a ten minute speech on the why’s and wherefores. We just don’t buy it, most of the time.

Still it’s kind of funny if you think about how our politicians do this for a living. They seem to never truly say what they mean and we despise them for it. We don’t trust them and their longwinded justifications and explanations (hopefully) pass by us like so much annoying noice.

At a personal level however, we may spend hours on how to justify our opinion, (even to ourself), our feelings about something or someone, which is more or less an inner debate with the one Self that knows and the fictive Self who is run by fear, anger, need for control. We try to convince the fictive Self, to come to an agreement so we feel in accord with ourselves. We have listened to the fear or the “what if’s” for such a long time it makes us feel jittery and insecure to even consider not to.

The fictive Self comes up with a number of dreaded consequences trying it’s best to keep us in the status quo.

When we feel a need to justify something this therefore gives your a clue that you are paying attention to your false Self, an entity within that do not want you to change, do not want you to  challenge your habitual responses, a Self that lives by limiting your choices and thereby your enjoyment in life. But the thing is, that even though you might become static, rigid and almost robot like in your behavior to appease this inner adversary, it will not let up. Then it starts berating you for being a coward or a wuss.

The key to becoming more authentic and live in a more expansive state, is to become aware of this phenomenon, to simply notice this part of you.. It serves you better to realize that this part of you cannot be convinced by justification, cannot be forced to shut up by arguing and that state of harmony and inner peace that you aim for is it’s most dreaded outcome.

Then you can quietly notice it’s ramblings, in the awareness that it’s very survival depends on you grappling with it. Then it’s up to you to choose whether you will hand over your power to it – or not.

I know that I have used the scene from the first Indiana Jones movie before, BUT, yet again, to give you an image of this fictive Self  I ask you to call to mind the scene when Harrison Ford is attacked by an adorned and menacing swordsman. This guy dressed in black, waving his sables like a mad man, looking murderous and scary,  is doing his best to intimidate Ford. You can see in Ford’s face his intial dismay and even a moment’s fear, and just seconds after his overpowering weariness of fighting what he realizes is not even a threat. He pulls out his gun and shoots the swordsman dead, no drama, no fight, swift and to the point.

I can think of no other movie scene that better illustrates our daily battles with our fictive Self. 

 

You are allowed to have an opinion!

The culture amongst people today has become one of not expressing or even having an opinion, the “politically correct” syndrome. All the time we hear about John or Mary who has been offended by some statement or other. New decrees of what you can and cannot say are fired at us constantly. But having an opinion is very human, it’s natural and normal and to try and train yourself not to have one is not doing you or anyone else any good.

Whenever we hear news, someone telling us something, no matter what, we have an opinion about it. Now, I’m not saying that we need to express those opinions indiscriminately,  but I am saying that we are allowed to have them. They tell us about our own belief systems, our own truth and how we see the world. It’s not as if we can or should, effort to ignore our opinions, or even pretend we do not have them, but this is the current state of affairs. (Apart from those that spend their lives trolling on social media who portray the opposite end of the stick.)

Relax and listen to your opinions,  express them if you feel called to,  and rest assured that you, like everybody else, has the right to have one. Many have become so frigthened of their own opinions they dare not speak up, even when something is obviously wrong which is a very dangerous situation.

Being afraid to state our case, or to just stand up for our opinion, is the scare tactic used to keep us quiet and obedient. If the majority of the population sit quietly, government, politicians, media and the corporate world can pretty much do whatever they want.

Any and all relationships, and that includes our relationship with our own country, culture and fellow human beings, need communication to function. Otherwise the relationship is one-sided. This does not work in romantic relationships, parental relationships, friendships or any other relationship.

Our opinions are our direction in life. This doesn’t mean that all our opinions necessarily are “true”, or need to be acted on, but they do tell us about ourselves. To allow ourselves to have opinions, to listen to them, discern whether they’re actionable, or not, is key to staying human, and even humane.

If those in power are left to decide this for you, which they have done their damnest to accomplish, they of course rather have you silenced, intimidated and not questioning anything. Like blind soldiers, following orders we know are inherently bad for us.

Allowing ourselves to have opinions, is not about loud rebellion, it’s about finding your self, this beautiful being, hidden under other’s beliefs, fear, anger, shame and guilt. That voice, subtle as it may have become, or even almost indistguishable, that tells you what is important to you, how you want to live your life and what you want to leave as your legacy when your journey here is over. Allow yourself to listen to it and honor it. That is the only way you will feel on purpose and fulfilled.

 

How well do you know yourself?

The Oracle in Delphi’s words “Know thyself” are as valid nowadays, as way back then. To know yourself is vitally important in order to live an authentic life, to feel good about yourself and actually to feel safe as well.

We all have this inner knowing, this deep sense of what is right for us, what feels unacceptable and what feels, well, good,  in lack for a better word. Our upbringing and first years here on the planet come with a lot of do’s and don’ts, that our caretakers imprinted on us, or our friends, siblings, teachers etc. All those do’s and don’ts may be agreeable to us, or they might not.

If we find ourselves feeling at odds with our lives, as if something, inside is askew, or just not in harmony, we might have adopted other people’s ideas or opinions against our own truth. Ideas and opinions that don’t sit well within us.

We might analyse ourselves, reflect on what we were taught, have realizations and insights as to how and when and why they came about, which might help to neutralize them, but it is not necessary to know even if it might ease the inner conflict. What is necessary however, is to know oneself enough, to recognize when something we do, say, think or feel does not compute inside. A feeling that can vary from an ever so subtle irritation to fullblown fury, or sadness, or fear. To make a note of it and check in to see what would have felt better.

When you know yourself, you can discern whether a fear, or anger, is a signal that you have wavered from your own true self, or if it’s just another “program” from the past that wasn’t a good fit.

This part of you, is always there, is always guiding you towards your authentic and unique self, that very essence you are here to express. To simply live by repeating what others may have said, implied or manipulated you into believing is that stage when we walk about in our life feeling an emptiness, that we’re missing out on something important or that we have no purpose. To use this inner guidance system, moment by moment, heed it’s messages and act accordingly becomes like one of those automatic scans for our favorite radio station, it continuously adjusts and the signal is coming through loud and clear. Just like we want it.

To know ourselves, to feel safe and comfortable in our own skin, is what makes us shine at our brightest. This does not mean that everybody will love us, agree with us or even tolerate us, but it does entail that elusive feeling that we’re OK whether people do or don’t. It gives you that resilience that will not crumble at the slightest sign of disapproval. Like sitting inside a comfortable cottage, all warm and cosy, while a blizzard or “shitstorm” is raging outside.

 

The digital world, social & main stream media, are not real

The number of people who are living in the digital world of social media like Instagram, Facebook & Twitter and who swallows anything and everything said in the main stream media is alarming. It’s as if large chunks of the population are now convinced that fictional TV-series are the actual reality.  The digital world is like mind-poison, it confuses, deludes and scares us into what would, not so long ago, have been called “lunatics”. You know, people who believe they are Napoleon, or show other traits that tell us that they are not fully here.

This fictional world has crept up on us in an insidious manner, which in my humble opinion is actually the point. Step by step, we have come to trust the digital version of our world instead of being in it, talking to real people, finding out facts for ourselves, using our discernment. We are spoonfed “information” that is selected to frighten and outrage us, believing that “news” are neutral and factual, believing that scientific research and reports are true (and even the only truth), not even reflecting anymore on what is NOT there.

This twerking and tweaking of our reality is sinister. Our minds, our discernment, our individuality and sovereignty are threatened. It starts early, our children are sent to day-care centres at an early age and to school to be molded into what “society” has deemed “good productive citizens”. They are however not taught to think for themselves, to learn how to handle their emotions, to use their imagination or to diverge in any way shape or form from the crowd. And today more than ever before, they are not even free after school hours, they are herded into the digital world, which further separates them from their true nature.

The real world is NOT digital. The real world is coherent and connected. The real world is alive, the digital world is artificial. Ask yourself if you want to be real or artificial – a no brainer right?

It’s easy to be hypnotized, but the thing is it’s just as easy to come out of this dazed state. Just turn the digital world OFF for a while, get back into life and notice the difference. We are not here to spend our time on this planet in an engineered coma, we are here to experience and create, our own lives.

I have no issues with the internet as such, it’s great, but it is meant to be a tool. As it is now, humans are the tools and the internet the puppeteer.