10 Deadly Truthing Sins

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And how these are affecting our success in bringing down this JWO

[All of these areas are intrinsically linked]

1/. Lack of courage

There are some amazing inspiring characters in this movement. People who I can only look up to. But we don’t have to be at their level. All we have to do, is do our bit to stand up for ourselves. Our little bit on a regular basis. Just have a go, within the capacities we feel comfortable at present. It really is that simple. Nothing wild or adventurous or reckless. Just lots of little every other day.

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2/. Being Ill-disciplined

How can we honestly even consider taking on the beast, when we can’t even tackle our addictions? Drugs, booze, materialism, lust, junk food cravings, etc. We have to try and get a grip of these. They are all part of the dark force. Draining our energies. Controlling us, whilst degrading us. Keeping us weak, disengaged and defused.

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3/. Apathy

Not really caring about the degradation of society. Nonchalant about what is going on over there. Indifferent to how your family, culture, country and environment is being destroyed. Or even being lazy in the types of material we absorb inside the movement – having our favourite Truth-tellers such as David Icke and Jones, just because we feel comfortable with their comfortable half-Truth.

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4/. Lack of empathy

It is almost impossible to separate these headings. As apathy fits directly in with having no real compassion for others. When we have real compassion, we are driven to help others. Almost nothing will stop us. Just look for example at the passionate energy behind the animal rights movement.Even though these altruistic people may not have grasped the bigger picture, they still have created a huge resistance to this evil.

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5/. Selfishness

All of the individual roles which are helping to assist this beast, stem from people serving their own self interests. Be it job titles, financial rewards, lustful gains, whatever. All me me me. Myopic pleasure seeking (lack of self discipline) for superficial selfish gains. It’s that simple.

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6/. Greed

Self descriptive. Isn’t it blatantly in-yer-face these days.

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7/. Body consciousness

This has got to be the most pervasive form of conditioning from cradle to grave. That we are the body, not the soul. And that all of our changing superficial identities are revolved around I AM labels and not our true identity. Body consciousness = potential for fear. Fear = allowing external circumstances and people to control us.

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8/. Materialism

Obviously linked in with greed and lack of self-discipline. But the lust for materialism needs isolating, because ones level of drive for materialism, is a barometer for ones lack of spirituality. Of course we need some material things in life, but it is the energy, the addictiveness behind this materialism which is the key element. Money and the lust for money is just an access tool for this materialism. The lust for material possessions is really just the need for painkillers; to temporary mask us from knowing the distasteful realities of life.

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9/. Ego

Again, these areas are almost impossible to separate. Think of all the roles of the people who are directly serving this beast and how kudus/ego neatly fits in with their roles. Take this element out of the equation and watch it all collapse.

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10/. Separatism

I have positioned this at the end, because in my opinion, I feel this has to be the most significant sin of all our sins. That we see ourselves as separate to others. We all fall for this one. Why would we not, when this has been part of our deliberate systematic conditioning from birth, through the plethora of social divisions: colour, race, sex, age, language, nationalities, income brackets, ascents, able-bodied/disabled, etc, etc. Always in our little boxes, always divided, always you and me. Yours and mine.

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All of these areas stem from us not knowing who we truly are.

Having been conditioned to be spiritually insecure and not having true self-worth.

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Summary

1/. Lack of courage

2/. Being ill-disciplined

3/. Apathy

4/. Lack of empathy

5/. Selfishness

6/. Greed

7/. Body consciousness

8/. Materialism

9/. Ego

10/. Separatism

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  1. Reblogged this on Lolathecur's Blog.

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  2. Hi Digger

    Spot on list..Actually the items on the list are why we in western societies are in this position in the first place. Greed, materialism, apathy and lack of courage has enabled the political elites to bribe and manipulate us with impunity. Being ill disciplined makes one too weak to resist anyhow.

    cheers Ron

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