When the urge to write hits, I have asked myself, "What is important?"
Mostly, lately, what once felt important to me has become unimportant.
Putting out any single perspective has become less important, and gathering the perspectives of "others" more interesting, although in Oneness consciousness, there is no "other."
Rather than important, what is essential?
What divides people is less important to me, and what unites us is more essential.
I no longer have interest in writing provocatively on controversial issues, to stir things up or "make people think."
My convictions of "what is so," are fewer -- and my "maybes," and "wait and sees," are more.
I will know what I need to know in the moment that I need to know, I keep telling my restless self.
I was restless to know what is underneath what is going on. Now, for myself, I am content with my understanding.
For example, it "may be" that masks decrease Covid cases, while increasing public conformity, so a global vaccine will be more accepted.
I would not suggest to anyone, or even imply, that masks are a bad idea, as that would be socially irresponsible. I'd like to believe that each person can make their own choices, but not all can think for themselves.
Yet, if all perspectives are partial and incomplete, who is to say the responsibility is all upon the writer to present every angle? When a person expresses their view, so long as it is not done to deliberately deceive, shouldn't it be upon the reader to discern, do their own research, and contribute to a more rounded perspective for all -- without attacking the writer? That to me would be a civil and intelligent way to interact between us.
Putting out the saving grace of oneness consciousness is more essential to me, than warning of potential impending threats.
Knowing the aim of any plan is less important, as it is now pretty clear in general, if not in detail. Reduce the population selectively, and control it with technology.
For some, those who are not contributing to the economy are a burden to it. So the weak and elderly are targeted by Covid, and sterilization by vaccine is a less messy way of reducing the poor. I have seen no hard evidence of this, and doubt that any serious investigation has been undertaken. If it is so, then probably not the entire population is threatened, just certain segments. If it is not so, my inclinations are mis-guided. If sterilization is being administered with vaccines, we the people may not know until until those sterilized have come to reproductive age.
I am not an anti-vaxxer. When it comes to the moment, I may (or not) accept the coming vaccine. As one person wrote, in case the syringe includes genetic modification technology, it might be interesting to observe my DNA being changed. I am not concerned about being sterilized, as I made that choice for myself many years ago. Neither fear nor anger are an appropriate, or beneficial, response. There is also the possibility that by the time of a mandated vaccine, I will have embodied a means to overcome unwanted effects. Faith is still useful at times.
It seems that for some, any statement which does not conform to the established system can be called conspiracy theory. I do not state anything regarding current events as solid evidence of a conspiracy. What is a conspiracy, besides a well hidden plan against someone or something? Maybe this is, maybe not.
Those who stand with the system may accept the vaccine. Those who think there is more to what is happening than can be easily seen, may refuse. Each person to their perspective, and in the end it doesn't matter.
If there are conspirators, they must love all the hoaxers and de-bunkers, and un-researched statements presented as facts, as it provides such a nice diversion of confusion. And they don't have to do anything, the people do it for them.
While some see conspiracy in everything suspicious, others see conspiracy theory in everything non-conformist. Yes, I am a non-conformist to the nonsense of the world. Yet, honestly and sincerely, my embodiment of oneness consciousness, the only lasting saving grace for humanity, is more essential than all of this.