THERE IS NOTHING I DON’T WANT TO KNOW by Cathy D. Slaght
When you look at something and say “that doesn’t make any sense”-
What could possibly be wrong with doing some investigating?
But back in the 60’s a new term was coined- conspiracy theorist.
The term was designed to make people believe it was crazy to question whatever the multinational corporation- via educators, media, and so on – told us.
They had some BIG plans for us- if we THOUGHT about it, we might not go along!
Being called a “conspiracy theorist” activated a deep program –in a herd, erratic behavior can get you separated from the other animals, which means death.
So, what’s happened is that now many have opinions like “reflexes”- in other words, they’re just there.
They have no idea if what they believe is correct, because their facts were provided by others.
This is crippling, because without a thirst for knowledge- coupled with an open mind-
You can’t consciously create miracles.
Attributes like expanded resilience- thinking and living each day as a new beginning- embracing change- planning ahead-
Are lost if you can’t think critically-
(thinking critically means gathering facts for yourself and coming to your own conclusions.)
So, would you be willing to spend some time online, looking up a few things only “crazy” people wonder about?
Is Elvis dead? ☺
Sure, you can reject some or ALL of what you read- but you’re exercising a human faculty that may have been dormant!
Also- did you write any poetry? Crazy, I know, but you’ll be safe as long as none of the other cows find out-
Here’s my limerick for the day-
There once was a man named Skippy
Who went through each day in a jiffy
But at night, with his brew,
A thought would come through
“What if all I’ve been taught is “iffy”?
He decided to do something crazy
After all, he had never been lazy
He opened some books
Youtube earned a few looks
And soon said “I want to learn A-Z!”
Today’s group scan- etheric, not physical
Cathy D. Slaght
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