Sometimes I feel that we are bombarded with information about everything.
They have told us about politics, politicians, people that are trying to save the world, people that want to destroy it, natural disasters and human disasters.
We have seen people that care and those who cannot see past the right now.
There are those that are building new developments and those that are bombing them, all in the name of money , power, justice and god.
Then they scare us with one thing that we all hold dear, our physical well being.
They tell us to eat properly and take at least 20 vitamins a day, exercise or do yoga, not too much exercise though or it will stress your body or strain your muscles. If you don’t do this you will get sick or a disease and will need medical assistance, that you probably can’t afford in the same pamphlet Then they are building new fast food stores in every corner , selling fattening and non nutritious food at affordable prices, making it easier to feed your family unhealthy food rather than buying fresh produce and cooking at home. However, this fresh food costs more and takes time to prepare, time that we just don’t seem to have enough of.
It seems to me we have been listening to too much negative noise and information about what we should or shouldn’t do. Informationin my opinion should set you free not make you curl up in a corner too afraid to make any original decisions.
I have decide to do things my way and see how that works out. It takes one positive thought to change my mood, can you imagine one positive MOVE.
My conclusion is this:
I have the power to know what is wrong and what is right, what matters and what doesn’t.
My intuition has been muffled by the voices and the information frenzy from every direction and gadget in hand, this has to come to an end and my intuition has to once again become my primary sense of direction.
When I hear someone say a “truth” that vibrates on a positive universal level and my intuition trembles with excitement, I will focus on this conversation and be led by the greatest gift of all, love for oneself and love for my fellow man.
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