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The World, Explained
I am facetious about the title but only half-way
I had no plans to post anything today but this just wrote itself. It is about the anatomy of world history, about the role of mistakes, and about our power to heal.
Since time immemorial, there has been good and bad. Since time immemorial, some people have tried to live in harmony, and some tried to steal.
Most people in the world today do their best, and usually think that they are on the good side—whether their actions help or hurt.
A relatively small number of people consciously commit (or try to commit) dark and cruel tricks, and usually, those people are obsessed with control, have high ambitions for money and power, and are concentrated in areas where access to the arm-twisting of others thrives (politics, high-titled theology, finance, etc.)
They are in influential corporate rooms. They are high-end politicians. They are in activist groups. They are the trickster women trying to swindle gullible rich men of what they got. They are “religious leaders” and “thought leaders” saying all the right things, for tricks. They come in different flavors but what unites them is that they are cold-blooded and power-hungry, and have an empty spot where the soul is supposed to be. They are calculating, methodical, dark, and skilled.
They also usually find their demise in the end from the higher powers, but they do have the ability to cause havoc if their target tries to make compromises against their own soul.
And by the way, it seems like the strengthening of our soul connection is their useful existential role. They train our senses to be alert, they train our courage, they train our honesty, they train our love. I think it is “normal” for broken people to turn their back on love until it’s the only thing they have. And the tricksters take care of that.
And most of our world history, all the havoc, all the pain, even the most disgusting things, are nothing fancy. They are just a result of tricksters and thieves succeeding at their tricks via hijacking people’s souls and stealing their stuff. There is nothing else. All fancy theory is just words.
Let’s say, in the past three years, what did we see? Fear and betrayal. A large amount of people went straight for the tricks and, paralyzed with fear of dying, decided that it’s okay to turn themselves into self-preserving zombies and okay to dehumanize the “unvaxxed.” If the majority of people said “no” to fear, the tricksters would have fallen off.
It’s very simple, really. It’s not easy to fix because free will is involved but simple none the less.
The fear was artificially imposed, and I commiserate with the abused. And frankly, I commiserate with the human tendency to make mistakes because I am human, and I’ve made mistakes, and learned, and tried to fix them, and made more mistakes, and tried to fix them, etc. etc.
But what I am sure about is that there is no way out of the sadness and pain caused by mistakes besides complete spiritual honesty, complete humility, complete dedication to doing what’s right and finding one’s soul. There really isn’t. Spiritual clarity is why we are here on Earth. Without it, we rot.
Our mighty brains can provide cover-ups that last long—history is proof—but the soul knows. And this discovery can only be done from the inside, on free will. And then love shows up.
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