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I know I should try to be nicer...
04-27-2013, 02:57 PM #16
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(04-26-2013, 08:00 PM)MichaelAlanKeith Wrote:  Try to remember that the people out here on the forums are not ignorant of the uncomfortable truth about what is going on in this world.

We are not the enemy. Save your anger for the ones who deserve it. And don't let all the bad you see be all you see. It can be depressing watching the wars, the lies, the robbery and all the victims that TPTB leave in their wake. Find something more so you don't fall into the negativity pit.


Yes, it is very depressing some days, but some people out there are beyond help.
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04-27-2013, 08:20 PM #17
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(04-26-2013, 02:52 PM)Shadow Wrote:  I finaly decided it's not up to me to try and change how other people think. Unless they try and change how I think, religion is a good example.

Is it changing? or is it correcting?

Is it about trying to open their eyes? or merely about getting to them to look at the other side of the same coin..? cause all too often people act like it's just one opinion over another and while that is sometime the case it certainly isn't the case all of the time.

When people have made up minds and you show them something that blatantly proves what they think is true as wrong... there is a serious problem. It's not a matter of just trying to convince someone to believe something else but it's about them blocking out what should be common sense observational skills.

Would you not want to try and help free someone trapped in the matrix? ...I suppose many who do not ...can not see do so because they truly want to remain deluded as it either makes them more comfortable or they feel like they discovered something which makes them special and more "awake" then others... part of a group mentality that I have been seeing plaguing the forums as of late.
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04-27-2013, 08:34 PM #18
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When people have made up minds and you show them something that blatantly proves what they think is true as wrong...

Minor example I saw last night... new bullshit claim that Jeff Bauman is missing a finger which "proves" he is actually that actor guy that kinda looks like him.

Grainy low quality picture is offered as proof... which while his pinky finger looks a bit distorted it is obviously there. So how do you deal with people who see something that is not there as being there if you want to help them... because you care about people and people easily fooled like this make up a significant portion of the population. It's too easy just to shrug it off as to leave them to their own... but this shit is infectious. Are we just to write these people off as their being no help for them or are we to see if we can't open their eyes just a bit? ...their minds are playing tricks on them and there are people using this to manipulate them. I see this as a threat to the general population because this shit does spread and these people do start to manifest different behaviors in real life that have consequences and affects others.

I see it as a serious problem perhaps representing to one degree or another most of the people on this planet... and I fear in these times these people are going to be the ones culled by disaster. Maybe my focus should rely on helping those already waking up more? instead of worrying about those who think they are awake but trapped in a delusional dream molded by those trying to manipulate and control?
04-27-2013, 09:22 PM #19
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Twist it, turn it:
- If existence, then this.

I guess trying to be nicer is what it's all about.
To yourself, too.
Which at some point places one's integrity at stake...

Round and round it goes.

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