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your television and stereo to charity.
Throw out the New York Times, WSJ, Glamour,
and every other book, magazine or newspaper you see lying around the
house. Sign off from the Internet,
then smash your computer, toss your Palm Pilot out the window and unplug
the phone (yup, even your precious cell phone).
Last, but not least, put a lock on the refrigerator door and flush
the key down the toilet. How
do you feel now? Scared
out of your wits that you’re cut off from the CNN doom and gloom reports
and won’t know when the next terrorist attack happens? Bored out of your
mind because there’s no celebrity gossip/financial news/fashion
tips/spiritual inspiration to distract you from your own thoughts?
Hungry as hell because there’s nothing left to do but eat?
Tough. You say that you
want enlightenment? Then
it’s time to disconnect from the matrix and snap out of it.
The world we see is the world we expect to see. In short, we’re all brainwashed to believe that we live in a dangerous, uncaring, rotten, drug infested, pit of a world where money and technology are the only things that can save us from a certain and horrifying death. We’ve got to be on our toes at all times, never let down our guard, always be on our best behavior, or the evil ones will surely get us. Well guess what? We’re the evil ones for not promoting the good, for not seeing the good, for not living through the good. You can read all the scriptures you want and pray night and day if it makes you feel safe, but until you decide to see the kingdom of heaven all around you, you’re never going to live there.
SM & Copyright © 2002 K. Weissman & T. Coyne