I was forced to think about this question when confronted by some in today’s society of “complete acceptance” of others no matter what views, thoughts, belief systems, etc. that we’re presented with.
However, that’s not entirely true, is it?
Let’s take a specific initiative, to… oh, I don’t know, let’s say, allow people (even children as young as three…) to change their naturally born genetic being into that of something different. Because, as we all know, children as young as three can definitely make up their own mind about things that are so far beyond their concept that to not allow it is an obvious affront to humankind. (In other words, how DARE we not allow a three year old to make up their mind about what kind of person they want to be? And how DARE we just not accept that a parent could be so cavalier as to make up their own mind about what kind of child they have before the child even develops their own mind to decide what’s right for them; while defying all scientific and biological evidence stating otherwise?)
But I digress. The issue here is, while there are some agendas being forced down everyone’s throat to just accept as “normal” even though every line of reason and common sense says otherwise, these very same people cannot accept our own points of views that don’t agree with their beliefs. We are expected to just fall in line and accept that these strange ulterior motives are for the betterment of humankind, but yet where is the acceptance of those who won’t cave in to this societal pressure? Why can’t this ideology of tolerance and patience/acceptance apply to people whose views don’t align with this new push to normalize… well, anything “they” want to?
And thus, my thoughts on this matter compelled me to think about complete, unconditional, unquestioning love for our fellow… people. (Can’t say “man” anymore, can I? Because that will trigger certain people and, God forbid, I can’t do that, can I? Oh, I suppose I shouldn’t say “God”, either, because that will trigger certain people too. Is there anything people can say that won’t trigger anyone? When did we become such a “trigger happy” society anyway? – Oh, that’s right. This whole narrative of division is cooked up by tptsb so we can perpetually be at each other’s throats for incredibly inane things instead of what really matters. It’s becoming clear now.)
My point is, while I agree that Love is the most important factor in the universe, is it possible to Love without condemning, but also reprimand if we know that the direction people are heading into isn’t right? Is it our place to judge? How do we even know what’s right and wrong in today’s world anyway with all of these excessive changes and expectations to conform no matter what?
As I was looking for the answer for this, I realize that there are many different opinions and we still may not know which is right, but I do have opinions of my own.
Now, to allow people to just do whatever they want, in an effort to not judge or disrespect a difference of view, may, in fact, be doing more harm than good. What is more loving? Allowing one to do whatever they want with seemingly no repercussion at all? Or loving them enough to try and get through to them that perhaps what they are doing is not morally/ethically right?
Even if you are not of the religious/spiritual belief, I’m sure there are still certain societal constructs that you don’t believe in and wouldn’t participate in. Does it mean you’re not accepting? Not tolerant? Not loving?
No, not at all. It means all of us have our own views and opinions, whether they are from logical reasoning and/or our own understanding of morality, or whether they come from a religious belief or upbringing. And in some of those upbringings/belief structures, there ARE wrong teachings, to be frank.
And in my beliefs (not religious – but I do believe in a Supreme Being, God, Creator – Love is the driving force in the universe), I believe that there are spiritual ramifications for the actions that we take on Earth. It is my love for humankind that compels me to call out grievances when I see it, because it is their SOUL that I care about. If I didn’t care about people and the possible consequences that they might be accosted with (when they crossover) I wouldn’t be addressing this topic.
Is it my place, or anyone’s, to accost this subject and the people who may need to rethink the trajectory of their life?
I say as fellow humans, we have a right to call out those who are participating in immoral/wicked deeds. There is an agenda to turn what is wrong into “good” and “good” into wrong, as we can see in today’s society. But there is a way to approach it; not to condemn, but to try and be clear, direct but not confrontational, loving and patient, but still firm and reasonable. This might help to appeal to those who are misled or indoctrinated into this belief system.
But, we have to be aware that there are possibly people who are corrupted to the core and who are deliberately instigating these outrageous, sinful agendas for a purpose that many of us won’t quite understand yet. These people bank on the idea that they can manipulate the public and get the majority of the population into a specific mindset, no matter how ridiculous and egregious it may seem.
THIS is what we must stand against.
We can still be unconditionally loving, yet be set against wrongdoing and wickedness. And we can address this corruption in an honest, open and conducive way. While some may believe that there is no “spirituality” or anything after life and so they don’t take a stand either way – or even more disturbing, they’re a part of the corrupt agenda, we must realize that there are people that “wake-up”, in a manner of speaking (and I don’t mean the “woke” culture that is so prevalent nowadays and essentially harming our society), and they work towards exposing this evil motive.
The tale of Ronald Bernard, for example, is a heart-wrenching one, and a very scary glimpse into the world of the so-called “higher” class – and I can only hope that this gentleman is legitimate and not hiding an ulterior plan. (To be fair, I wish he was lying through his teeth and that people don’t do what he claims, but sadly, the wickedness of the human heart is probably much darker than some would want to believe…)
“To me, what’s most remarkable about Ronald Bernard’s testimony is how he recognizes and treasures the wounded child inside each person, no matter how evil or hateful he has become.”
– Ronald Bernard testifies again. Hard to swallow; hard to fathom; immensely courageous and compassionate.
Not accusing any of the below people as “evil” or “hateful”, but since there is so much controversy always surrounding those in high political positions, wanted to highlight a few of them:
How beautiful and sweet are these children? No matter how they grow up and which decisions they make, we all start out as innocent children. How about we love and appreciate them for who they are instead of trying to convince them that they need to act and/or BE a certain way to be accepted? (And how about we stop letting corrupt adults corrupt our children?)
Ultimately, I believe that we all will be judged by a higher being, whether it be our own higher self or the Universal Creator. God knows what’s inside our hearts. And I would love it if more and more people would start to look within and start caring more for their fellow people. Care enough to call out wickedness and deception when we see it – instead of just tolerating it “out of love” (or not caring at all / or too scared to go against the narrative…), and help to set us all on the “right” path.
Fact checking is extremely important. I want to reiterate not to take everything at face value; no matter what you read, where you read it from, or who you hear it from. And to be clear, do not rely on “fact checking” websites to give you accurate information either. These are just as likely, (if not even more likely…), to feed false information and false debunking accounts to manipulate the reader. Please take everything into consideration before adhering to a certain narrative – and always keep your mind open to other possibilities.
Fair use disclaimer: Some of the links from this article are provided from different sources/sites to give the reader extra information and cite the sources, but does not necessarily mean that I endorse the contents of the site itself. Additionally, I have tried to provide links to the contents that I used from other sites as an educational and/or entertainment means only; if you feel that any information deserves further citation or request to be clarified, please let me know through the contact page.