This question in the headline will determine how you live and how well you do during this time. If you look to authority to find the truth they will send you running in a perpetual labyrinth that you’ll never come out of, which is what has now happened to the majority of the world’s population.
It baffles me somewhat to see how many, especially those that before the CV were very skeptical to the main stream media, to the government and authority, are now suddenly repeating the mandates as well as whatever horrific advice or predictions come out of their channels. Or if they are bent on buying into this epic fear propaganda are advocating even harsher measures to “keep this virus (and or people) in check”!
Life is completely different when you decide to make truth your authority instead. Not only does it make you immune to lies, to half-lies and fear-mongering, it gives you ample opportunity to actually enjoy your life. Granted, it forces you to experience some deep and devastating disappointment and shock but this kind of disappointment and shock work as purifiers, like extracting a large splinter that’s started to infect you. It’s heart-breaking to realize that humans you previously had at least some kind of respect towards are following along in this blatant attempt to control humanity, or even worse are those instigating it.
I have always “known” that something sinister and nefarious has been playing a part in our societies, but I didn’t think it ran this deep. It was not until I had encountered enough teachers, “leaders”, “experts”, politicians, authorities, main stream media narratives and “the common man” claiming and implementing absolutely nonsensical and moronic rules, regulations and ideas that I stopped being infuriated and shocked by the pandemic stupidity. I realized that though some people were absolutely too stupid to understand – there were also those that did understand and implemented it anyway. The realization that people in power were cowards, and even evil had finally won over my innate, and very stubborn hope that “we’re all good people if you just look hard enough”.
The relief of using truth as authority, among it’s many advantages, is that you no longer try so hard to wake people up – you still do, don’t get me wrong – but you don’t take it personally anymore. The truth is what the truth is – and it does set you free.
The truth may be a hard red pill to swallow sometimes, depending on how much of your trust capital you’ve placed in authority instead of truth. At times it barely causes a shiver in your world view – at others you see a whole house of cards come tumbling down. But however numerous, intricate and entangled the lies we’ve been told to believe, the truth provides clear vision.
These “wizards of Oz” who have used humanity like pawns in their insane game for hundreds of years are now, slowly but surely being exposed for what they are; puny beings that have not even deserved the right to be called human. Yes, it’s disappointing and even painful to see and may even make you want to turn the other way. If you have the courage to face it, you will inspire others to do the same and the sooner you find that courage, the sooner we can make sure that this world will be the place of co-operation, community, compassion, healthy, pristine and absolutely exhilirating place it was meant to be.