It’s fair to say that all of us don’t know what we’re talking about when it comes to specific topics. We might have excellent awareness in some areas, but next to none in others.
Yet whenever we read the comments section of anything controversial on Facebook or elsewhere, there are always the various opposing views, many of which are ignorant, condemning and outright abusive.
Humanity has come to significant point in its history. We are on the precipice of a serious economic disaster, a system-blowing transformation, or both. Even if a fiat-debt implosion occurred of an unprecedented magnitude, we do have the solutions and capacity to respond in a way that will minimize the impacts and transform our reality into something better. It will take some serious people power though, so, will we choose to act before this happens, or will we wait until the masses are subject to further suffering?
The ignorant vilification and unethical suppression of natural, plant-based approaches to medical issues of both a mental and physical nature has long been exposed for the world to see.
However, usually the proponents of pharmaceutically-derived mechanistic medicine point to the high success of the industry, but considering that in the US alone around 290 people die from prescription drugs each day and over 250 thousand people are dying from medical errors each year, this is simply not true.
Emotions are a rich aspect of being human. We should honor our unique capacity to experience the complexity of humanity’s emotional spectrum, instead of bashing those which we might consider ‘bad’.
There are no strictly ‘good’ or ‘bad’ emotions. Fear for example, is a necessity for survival. Anger is for engaging the pursuit of justice. Sadness helps us to understand the loves and ideals we have in life.
What a wild ride 2016 continues to be. The good news is that people continue to wake up in droves and it's causing even the most highly indoctrinated to question the 'beliefs' they've been 'designed' with. Even the official 911 story is finally being questioned by those who never did their proper research, thanks to the recent Saudi Arabia debacle.
Let's make one thing super clear: those who both support and condemn vaccinations have one striking similarity - they both want what's best for our kids.
Regardless though, this whole fiasco has become a giant mess.
The powers-at-be are desperately attempting to institute safeguards to a system that is crashing.
We just can't have an economic model which funnels resources into the hands of the elite - and a social system that disregards an ethical and sustainable approach to the environment - without something eventually breaking.
When we live in a materialistic society which is driven by image, consumerism and greed, it's easy to lose sight of the real things that reflect living a truly successful life. Yet once we disconnect from the bullshit narratives that are forced down our throat by the mainstream media, as well as many out-dated cultural influences, we can better focus on authentically living in healthy, happy and honourable ways.
If you still think that Western Governments aren't controlled by a shadow order - such as the banking dynasty and other special interests - then you're still an engineered advocate for the control system.
If so, your beliefs about how the world works are most likely inaccurate.
It's mind-blowing the moment we live in. Not only are all the world's indigenous and modern cultures connecting into a global society for the first time in our known history, but we're doing it in a reality that is so mysterious that our minds are intertwined at the fundamental level. As duality would have it though; there is madness to this magic.
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Pushing the Tipping Point
The mainstream media delivers false narratives that hold back our individual and collective consciousness in many harmful ways.
In stride, the alternative and independent media are doing their best to shatter the incompetence and fallacies contained in the propaganda press.
At Pushing The Tipping Point we do our best to provide the most accurate information we can, but we encourage everyone to do their own robust research when investigating any topic, no matter how simple or complex.