that there is large amount of people that don’t care if the world is destroyed, as long as they stay in power. As long as they have the resources they want, need, and believe they deserve, they don’t care what happens to anyone else.
These people are so removed from common problems, from the plight of the least fortunate of this world that they have grown callous and contemptuous of their fellow human beings.
So what would it take to right the wrongs of these leaders, dictators, moguls, militants, blue bloods, aristocrats, etc. that already wield far too much power in this world?
I believe, that it means, not giving them our power. Not letting those that have no authentic interest in the world, in the plight of all mankind, in a world of unison, cooperation, and teamwork, to have a say anymore.
We may not be the ones in command, but if we all decided this is not the way we want it, if no one followed them, if no one played by their rules what would they do?
Rulers in this day and age aren’t the ones actually fighting the real battles. They don’t get directly involved. They don’t do more than set agendas and point to others to do the dirty work.
So what would it take to end their reign?
I believe it would take a great consensus on a worldwide level to put an end to all the madness and correct all the wrongs.
It would take people from every walk of life: every creed, religions, color, gender, age, philosophy, nationality to stand as one united front.
To end the slavery of humanity, the pilfering of the worlds resources and beauty, the manipulation of our true purpose as soulful beings of love and kinship, would take an extraordinary breath of courage on everyone’s part.
I don’t know given the strong arm of these entities and the insidious depths of their tactics to separate, destroy, and keep humanity from the beauty of our own souls experience, of our deep connection to each other, to the world, to the entire universe and the breath of all that exists, has exited and will ever exist, that we will be able to get there.
That we will overcome the tyranny of a world that keeps us in shackles of fear, hatred, and discontent. That tethers us to ideals that aren’t real, striving for prizes of smoke and mirrors, pitted one against the other in a game we believe we have to play to survive.
So much of this is all an illusion and yet we trudge alone believing this is all there is or could be.
But I have hope.
I will always have the hope.
Because I believe in the beauty of the Divine soul spirit we each carry. And I believe there is time still.
And I hope I am right. I really hope I am.