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WORD'S WORTH“The Truth loves. It does not judge. It holds a big sword in its hands and can ruthlessly discern what is false and what is true, but it does not hold grudges. If you are not telling the truth to yourself, you will suffer. If it was not ruthless, there would be no learning. Truth doesn’t spoon feed you. Live by truth or suffer. It’s that simple. When you actually awaken to the Truth, you will see that through every circumstance and experience you have always been loved. It is amazing to see there is a thread of love running through every single moment. There never was a victim, not even for a moment. And even though it may have seemed painful, it was just a fierce sword that was there to get you to really see the Truth. Coming to terms with this is difficult, because it steals every thread of victimhood from us.” Adyashanti 

Paedophilia, The War For Our Minds.

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Someone asked me about why I am so concerned about the shows, the comedians etc … talking about paedophilia like it is no big deal. What is the harm? It is just entertainment after all, isn’t it?

Predictive programming.

It’s a form of mind control.  It is a way of steering people by putting ideas and thoughts into our consciousness so that it becomes common, acceptable, no big deal. You think you are being entertained but you are being programmed. Why do people advertise using all the forms of media? Because it works. Repetition trains our thinking – this is why education used rote for so many years to learn the alphabet, counting, multiplication tables, etc.  Annoying ads are effective because we have a strong emotional reaction to them and that becomes a trigger to lead us to think of the company or product when we have need of what they are selling. We may not want to, but we cannot help ourselves.

If we have been sitting in front of a screen for some time we are in a state similar to hypnosis where the things we are hearing skip right by our conscious mind and lodge with complete acceptance into our sub-conscious.   We absorb whatever is presented to us.  Abhorrent things are stopped at the border of our minds. THAT is the function of our conscious mind. Each human being gets to decide for themselves what is acceptable and what is not. Most normal people, given the option of seeing a horrific image of a dead child, will choose NOT to look at it. We don’t want that image in our recall, but even when we see or hear something our intellect or beliefs reject if we are fully conscious and in control, we have the ability to filter what we hear. Continue reading

WORD'S WORTH“When I stand up for Women’s Rights I am standing up for all women – even those who hate me, who I have nothing in common with and whose opinions diametrically oppose my own.  I would never presume to stand up for anything less than that.  Anything less than that is just me, protecting me, targeting others.  How can you demand rights, while at the same time denying the rights of others?  Even worse, how can you, as a woman, stand and only represent the rights of the women who are clones of your own life?  ”  Aria E. Appleford

WORD'S WORTH“Loneliness is the human condition. Cultivate it. The way it tunnels into you allows your soul room to grow. Never expect to outgrow loneliness. Never hope to find people who will understand you, someone to fill that space. An intelligent, sensitive person is the exception, the very great exception. If you expect to find people who will understand you, you will grow murderous with disappointment. The best you’ll ever do is to understand yourself, know what it is that you want, and not let the cattle stand in your way.”  Janet Finch

The Hidden Truth About The Dangers of Abortion.

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Recently I have been reading quite a bit about concerns over the falling rates of fertility and the declining birth rates, especially in the US. People are questioning what is happening and citing all kinds of reasons.

After 15 years of research, working with women who had abortions, women from all walks of life, cultures and beliefs, from different countries and experiences, I wrote a book on our findings. Primarily I relied on the information we gleaned from working with women to talk about and counsel regarding their abortions.

OF course, no-one wanted to publish it because what we learned flew in the face of any information on abortion that was available at the time. Publishers either declined outright or they wanted permission to use the information (and myself) to further their agendas. By the time I wrapped up my work (due to my husband’s illness and subsequent death) I was focused solely on the information we had gathered on the women who had aborted, and the what the impact had been on them if any. Continue reading