I find it interesting how people in this day and age talk about a ‘shift in consciousness’ or ‘awakening’ into a ‘New Age’ while after 10 years the biggest lie is still in place. Especially many Liberals and people who themselves believe to be ‘aware’ and ‘conscious’, yet they dare not to question 9/11 or speak up about it. I think most people simply don’t want the truth, for the truth is a tricky thing. It’s a can of worms most people are not willing to open, as it will challenge their beliefs and ideals on a core level. For that reason some folks also seem to be reluctant to speak up and afraid that it may affect their image/social status, career, bank account and anything else they’ve invested in. (Peer pressure, what will my neighbors, co-workers think?, etc.). Hence, they rather defend/ignore the lie and the lies they tell themselves, consciously or unconsciously. To those I ask: What is your life, career and image really worth if you can’t even speak the truth or be yourself? What will you tell your children when they ask you what side of history were you on and what did you do and stand for?
It’s the 10th anniversary of 9/11, a lie that has shaped the world in ways that affect EVERYONE. Being silent about it at this point is equivalent of complicity in one of the biggest crimes in history.
What will you do?
We all are responsible of the outcome in this “Time of Transition” and 9/11 is a collective lesson that can’t be ignored much longer. If we truly want to bring peace and love to this world, then we need to start by looking at the world as it IS, not as we like, assume or hope it to be. Building community and striving for self-sustainable solutions are steps in the right direction, but if we don’t pay attention to what is happening around us and stand up for truth, it’ll all backfire eventually, simply because everything IS connected. No matter how well-meaning our intention is, as long as we support lies by mistaking them for truth or by not speaking out against them, we’ll keep feeding entropy and the suffering in the world. During this “Time of Transition” we don’t get to move on until the lessons are learned. Essentially, there is no Love where there is no Truth.
To all the ones who talked about ‘sending love’ and prayers to the victims of this tragic day, please don’t forget the 48600 Afghans & 1,600,000 Iraqis that died for a crime they did not commit in the past 10 years and counting. Compassion and empathy go beyond borders and national identification. If we truly have LOVE and want a better world then the least we can do in honor and respect for the victims is to seek truth, educate ourselves and speak up. There is opportunity for healing in any conflict in this world, but without truth and making the darkness conscious there will be no healing collectively or a “better world”, just wishful thinking, denial and entropy. There is more than enough evidence to question the official story of 9/11. It really is a litmus test at this point:
If you believe a lie, no matter how ‘positive’, ‘loving’ or ‘peaceful’ you are, you are feeding negativity and entropy. When you believe a lie, you have allowed your energy of awareness to be vectored and given away your power to the liars, allowing yourself to be manipulated, essentially losing free will.
Lies are aligned with the principle of entropy simply because the more lies the world contains, the less organized and fragmented it becomes and the more energy is expended in maintaining all this complexity. This ties up energy which otherwise could be expressed creatively. This is true within the individual as well as at the societal scale.
And for the ones who already question the official story and are aware, ask yourself, “what am I doing to spread awareness and raise consciousness about this topic and related issues?” Just silently ‘knowing’ it doesn’t help. That’s like watching someone getting murdered or raped and not doing anything about it, the bystanders who just watch.
What will we DO, SAY and stand up for on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 and in the future? When do we act and stand up as ONE? It’s an opportunity to do the right thing for humanity and stand on the right side of history if we truly have conscience and love. As the Hopi Indians said about this Time of Transition: There is a way up or down. It’s all up to each one of us and all of us together. This is an opportunity. Let’s not miss it.
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly. He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it. History will have to record that the greatest tragedy of this period of social transition was not the strident clamor of the bad people, but the appalling silence of the good people.”
~ Martin Luther King Jr.
Food for thought: