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kkthxk 2 points ago +2 / -0

Please God send your angels to help heal and protect her.

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kkthxk 2 points ago +2 / -0

For what its worth, I don't think it appears nearly as difficult to do when we're lighter, it sort of washes over you that yes, even though it may be difficult, the hardship becomes the contrast to see the light ever clearer.

It's in understanding that we become more than we are, the abyss is not one's predetermined destiny, in fact, letting go of the rope and allowing oneself to fall, is the only way out of the nightmare. The most curious thing happens at the point of full submission, the way that was totally hidden is made manifest. Fear, anger, bitterness and hatred cannot dominate in that place, it all has to be taken away by the anchor of despair. In return, one becomes truly free, in inexplicable fashion.

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kkthxk 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is true, the journey determines where we arrive. It all starts by letting all of it go.

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kkthxk 1 point ago +1 / -0

We all do have faults and fall short, so did she. You mourn the loss regardless of how deceived they were because up there, there is no anger or ego or being owed something by someone, there's only sorrow and disappointment for the ones that couldn't see, nevertheless they had to choose for themselves, that is the ultimate gift.

Those that refuse to see are also here in great numbers, though they will refuse to understand that. The hatred and animosity they direct outward inevitably comes back to them, in suffering. That's the truth.

What was stated by the previous comment stands very true, this is a lot of hate and judgement for those who are supposed to be "awakened", they may not have awakened to very much at all.

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kkthxk 1 point ago +1 / -0

The celebration on this board truly is grotesque...

People see a fallen soul... yet are blind how their reactions further lower themselves.

by Kokonut
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kkthxk 3 points ago +3 / -0

was going to ask, where has this person been for the last 3 years??

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kkthxk 1 point ago +1 / -0

The truth is... most people aren't meant to wake up. They don't want to know. Nothing you can say or do will make them, human will and choice is everything.

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kkthxk 1 point ago +1 / -0

well, I would add, its not over till its over. For our sake, its important to remain both objective and skeptical, try not to let anger and fear guide our hands and appraisals.

Donald Trump is likely the best chance good has today and if not, God will bring forth another. This will not be the end of all things, find peace in that.

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kkthxk 3 points ago +3 / -0

What people need to reconcile is that, Trump is a human being, with flaws, failures and bad decisions.

The angst and anger for him is actually understandable to some regard, one can easily think how anything he says is a waste of time until he can explain how exactly he thinks he can get elected; he cannot win as things are today and the time to change that fact grows shorter by the day.

The only one that can and does win, is God, if he chooses Trump to continue to be an instrument then he will do so, therefore the predilection should be far less anger toward Trumps failures and more toward whatever God's will is, with peace and acceptance.

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kkthxk 2 points ago +6 / -4

It is easy, it involves doing nothing and understanding why you're here.

The hopium ring is a dead end, false prophet after false prophet, in an unending cycle of despair, anguish and suffering in service of the new fresh false prophet. There is no upside, because there is no truth; only costs.

For people that are supposedly good at recognizing patterns, it is comical how this one is often missed. This need to not see it clearly, is not a gift.

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kkthxk 4 points ago +4 / -0

He likely made the only choice that was available to him, as well. People dont fully grasp the chain of events that would have unwound if he spoke out against the injection after it was released. He would have become the center of attention.

Sometimes you're presented with a thing and the very best thing to do is to say nothing, unfortunately he didn't just give it tepid endorsement, he repeatedly went out of his way that he recommends it and went so far as to refer to himself as "the father of the vaccine", which has been difficult to understand. I do not know if that was unwise, but to this very day it doesn't sound like a good thing.

His words may not always need to be taken at face value, but they cannot also be ignored out of convenience. People can't have it both ways.

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kkthxk 3 points ago +3 / -0

when you understand that these people are in a trance, it's understandable.

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kkthxk 2 points ago +3 / -1

They'll be angry at everything. That's the nature of rage.

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kkthxk 1 point ago +1 / -0

It isn't me that will need convincing, its the millions of people who continue to take fox news at face value and moved forward with his endorsement, that he will have to explain himself to.

If Diamond died because of that injection and if she proceeded due to those same things, he'll have to explain himself to them, as well, I would imagine.

The issue isn't me, its the world and where he has officially, loudly, placed himself. You can't erase him referring to himself as "the father of the vaccine.", I don't see how any one can.

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kkthxk 1 point ago +2 / -1

The issue is that its a very long distance from the hypothetical put something out to save the world, to this:

https://www.foxnews.com/media/trump-urges-all-americans-to-get-covid-vaccine-its-a-safe-vaccine

This is borderline indefensible, for very many people. It would have been very different if he said its experimental and treat it as such, instead he said what he said.

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kkthxk 1 point ago +1 / -0

what exactly is there to forgive? He's not the only person on earth that is prideful and puts their ego in charge.

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