The Man In The Mirror

While I was sitting with my mother in her illness this past year, I have had a lot of time to ponder some things. To look deeply at myself. I asked myself some hard questions, examined what I believe and maybe more importantly, what I am unsure about. Short of you being the terminally ill party, nothing draws out your inner feelings like watching someone you love die.

Humanity seems poised to slide into global despotism. Tyranny and false worship of the collective and its goals seems to be more than just a fad here in 2019. Our system of representative government has utterly failed. What is worse than one royal tyrant? Thousands of them. Our public servants have become our masters, by force and by coercion.

The public at large seems more than willing to allow themselves to be completely enslaved in a system where they exchange their labor, and therefore their very lives, for the chains which will hold them. They actually demand it. Giving power to men and women who despise them and who will use every machination to keep that power. It indeed is like watering the tree that holds up the noose around our necks.

As I have eluded in the past, I believe that individualists are incapable by and large of herd mentality and are more solid in their principles. So we see in the comments at big sites like WRSA, and eloquently explained here…

So we probably will not ever come together like the collectivists do because their nature is the collective while ours is the individual (and then tribal).

Where does this leave us?

In reality, not really in such a bad place.

Read this from NC Scout about how perhaps lots and lots of individuals could really give collectivism a bad time.

Now to the man in the mirror.

What am I willing to do? What are you willing to do?

TL recently opined that the time for words is about done. That we are into nut cutting time. Are we? Are you?

Are you really good with it? It isn’t like the movies. I don’t think we will feel good, or inspired or even vindicated. I think we will feel hollow. I think our souls will ache and our hearts will dry up. If you enjoy it, what is to come, then I don’t want you around me and mine honestly.

We each should be examining ourselves, making peace with the requirements of our position. Hesitation will spell doom, the time for fleshing out your willingness is long before you are faced with opportunity.

Masks are coming down. It isn’t a matter of coexistence with these people. Like (i) slam and many other evils, it is come along or be killed.

They mean to convert you, to heal your thinking and if not… they will kill you or imprison you. 


We seem to be waiting for a sign. 
Tick Tock

      
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3 Responses to The Man In The Mirror

  1. K.C. 🇺🇸⚖️🗽 says:

    Thank you for reaching out! I didn’t come this far to throw in the flag. I have to many dots 🔵🔴 connected and I am a Patriot. I’ve scarified everything just like you. You make me feel safe.

  2. a follower says:

    i share many of your concerns and thoughts. The group think we do seem surrounded by can lead one to feel enslaved, oppressed and distraught. As an individual blessed by the Holy Spirit , i have felt more free than perhaps ever? Put God first in our thoughts, in our minds.
    One day at a time. i thank Him daily for His seal of protection upon His family and mine.
    Seek Him through His word and persevere.

  3. Thomas a bibleater says:

    Hold fast Lawless. I’ve read this post at least 3 times, so it resonates. Knowing ourselves is foolishness compared to knowing God (thru His Word) and perhaps this is the reason they remove mirrors from the Altzheimer’s wing.
    “… the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy” Rev 19:10. It is the only plan worth knowing and the only group worth belonging to, especially if we are to be a blessing to others.
    If others want to keep playing “Spin the wheel of Misfortune” we cannot prevent them.
    Joshua fought for seven years to establish the promised land and yet the Lord gave him the battles in his hand because it was promised. And it happened as written.
    The only constant is light -- the truth
    The only variable is love -- and He loved us first
    Joel 3:14 Multitudes, multitudes in the valley of decision: for the day of the Lord is near in the valley of decision.

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