When Reality Isn’t Real
If we are not questioning the status quo, or taking moments to wonder why things are they way they are, we are nothing more than asleep at the wheel of a vehicle that is out of control. Just because we have always done what we have been told to do, or bought into the fear that is fed to the collective, doesn’t mean we should continue to trust in the name of not wanting to rock the boat.
Never before have our children been so ill, so out of sorts and so burdened from the labels they have been given, all under the guise of normality and “we have a pill for that”. Rather than hand our power over to governmental agencies who have profit on their minds and control in their hearts, the time has come to question why there is a rising up of those who are asking questions.
Consistently feed the sheep fear and they will do what is expected of them.
Why are our once healthy children suffering so acutely, when we have done exactly what we have been told we should do, in best interest of “the herd”? To be of a herd is to be expected to “fall into line” and bleat at those around us who do not follow suit.
Consistently feed the sheep fear and they will do what is expected of them. Soon the sheep believes it is acting upon its own accord, when nothing could be further from the truth. The sheep is doing exactly what it was told to do, even if it’s not in the sheep’s best interest.
If we continue to watch the television programming, buy into social media falsities and take on newsreader narratives as fact, it is akin to willingly wearing blinkers, all the while becoming energetically obese on plates full of misinformation we have ignorantly taken on as truth. Not only do we harm our fellow citizens when we follow the crowd, we become numb and too scared to wander away from our office chairs for fear of our own safety.
What if the world we have accepted as reality was simply a lie we believed for too long? What if?
Main photo: Benoit Vrins