“Realising the truth happens by chance…Not easy at all..”
Indeed, Truth is neither difficult nor easy, it never lends itself to any label, it cannot be “realized” by purpose…Subsequently, when we search for truth, we only find projection..- so in that sense, yes…truth happens “by chance.”
To rest in “who you are” requires to give up Who You Are Not…
A better way to put it would be: Stop pretending, give up what you think you know and rest in not knowing anything…
We can view depression not as a mental illness, but on a deeper level, as a profound, and very misunderstood, state of deep rest, entered into when we are completely exhausted by the weight of our own false story of ourselves. It is an unconscious loss of interest in the second-hand — a longing to ‘die’ to the false…
I say the master is dead because the corporation does not breathe, nor love, nor feel.
Our lives’ breaths can be counted, and to contribute our limited breaths for the greed of a dead master is monstrous at best.
And slavery itself is a form of death. Yet slaves can be taught to embrace nearly any degradation, any dehumanizing condition – to love it, fight for it and to die for it, even with gratitude. The means by which the dead master achieves its infinite power over us is called propaganda.
Reblogging here Gerry Spence´s post which I find utterly true:
“I have asked for a dialogue on how we might free ourselves from our masters. I am looking for a strategy, an approach, a movement, a sound, an action, a universal word, that can be adopted by all slaves to set ourselves free.
The problem is, of course, that most slaves do not recognize their bondage. Most believe they are free because, in fact, as workers, they have the freedom to move from one slave master to the next. Many find the idea of slavery too frightening to really understand. Many wish to climb the slavery ladder to achieve a higher status as slave, that is, a position of greater power and wealth. So two conditions must occur before we can consider the road to freedom: The first is to recognize our slavery. The second is a desire to be free of it.”