Hello Once Again!
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Over the past couple of years, I have noticed that those things or ideas that promote happiness and the continuation of life have been under attack, and scorned by those in the media. Many that I talk with wonder if something might be wrong with them because their points of view seem so much different than what the news and social media are telling them is the “right” way to think.
There is nothing wrong with them.
In fact, Mark Twain once said, “Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.”
I could almost cry when people tell me the thing they like the most about me is that they can talk about anything- they are free to think and communicate.
I can’t be the only one out there who is willing to let others simply be who and what they are, am I?
I don’t know. How fun could it really be to take every opportunity a person can and try to introvert another person, you know, shove them into their heads so they wonder what’s wrong with themselves.
I remember when I was a kid, there was ALWAYS someone who fell all over themselves wanting to tell me there was no such thing as Santa Claus.
Or on my Birthday, they couldn’t wait to tell me that I was another year older and closer to death!
Here I was all excited, and bam! Shoved into my head, and unhappy, in fact, miserable while they walked away beaming, and looking for their next victim!
If a person deals with enough people like that, in time they introvert themselves and crap on their own happiness- no longer needing some idiot to do it for them!
But I wonder if these people who seem to be under attack aren’t simply magnets for those who would try to crush their reality.
I’m not claiming to be bulletproof, but I really don’t need answers, explanations, and the truth all of the time. In fact, I can simply let things be magic, and consider them miracles.
Perhaps this is why I love chiropractic so much- it is truly miraculous, and you know, it might just be magic after all.
Sadly, there are those who cannot have magic and miracles, and in their never-ending quest to have answers and the truth they are willing to accept any explanation from anywhere rather than have none, or simply consider what they saw, or know as magic.
It’s been my experience that those who are most willing to give answers know the least, and work the hardest to assert their “rightness” by making others very, very wrong.
This brings us right back to the media.
There probably aren’t any answers, really- only what makes sense to you and works for you as you live and get along with others. One can simply decide that he knows, which he does, and just go on from there.
If you are able to do this, this in and of itself is proof of magic!
I guess the big question is, “What do you need the media for?”
You know all about yourself, and you can communicate to find out what you need to know about others. Life and the world around you are simply magic, and life is what you say and think it is. End of story.
Why would anyone turn to the media for answers and explanations when you are actually the only answer and explanation you need?
It’s best to just know, and then make it so!
If you really want to know, then look.
Alright, well there’s some stuff to think about!