saving the world
I'm so big on patience because I need it often. It's wierd. I know the truth of fate and subsequently have an understanding of the root of everything. I know that the world will be saved as fast as it takes everyone to understand fate and that there is no other cause worth standing behind, because if it doesn't take into account the predestined nature of all things it is still allowing for a lie somewhere...
I realize the idea of choice is addictive; that people like the idea that they are the creators of their motion but it's not true and it gives allowance for spite because we then can blame people and have spite instead of understanding that there is no evil... we rely on spite because going all the way in adhering to truth means everything in people's lives must change--- that they must no longer listen to the police; that they must no longer pay taxes; that they must take the responsibility of actualizing the reality of freedom (what some call Heaven-on-Earth... planting food everywhere, etc...).
We have gotten ourselves into a bind, where, if we were to continue bowing to this monster of a government, we would condemn our children to Hell... but if we don't the structure that is in place will condemn us and steal our children. So, I guess we have to ask ourselves "What sort of adventure do we want?"
By promoting the truth of fate I see an actual mass enlightenment where people will fearlessly cease the support of pride at all costs, and then we will find that the most rudimentary system of trust (anarchy) is exactly what breeds true community.
This truth becomes obvious and spreads exponentially- as fast as a consideration of patience and an acknowledged want of truth (divinity).
We'll see what happens.
David Arthur Johnston
Victoria, BC, Canada
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