Your thoughts on how to become free

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.”

Question and examine

Whatever norm is merely a fearful deception embraced and
handed over by certain biased individuals, who claim to be right.

We can only be kept in the cages we refuse to see

“At some point in human history, something happened within our mind:
We became afraid of Death and of future loss. This was the start of a great tragedy,
and an even greater possibility.

When we become afraid of death, of injury, of imprisonment…we
become…- controllable,
 and so…valuable…in a way that no other resource
could ever be.

The greatest resource for any human being to control, is not natural resources,
but other human beings.”

Knowledge of Today

Whoever is interested can watch this:
www.knowledgeoftoday.org/2012/01/american-dream-with-international.html

A great one

I have no mercy for a society that will crush people, and then penalize them
for not being able to stand up under the weight.

-Malcolm X

He who sacrifices freedom for security deserves neither.

Benjamin Franklin

Says Terence McKenna

The central issue of our times is our inability to surrender to
WHAT WE KNOW IS RIGHT!

Sounds preposterous?…

Only the readiness of each one of us to see and embrace The Naked Truth,
will save us from this ubiquitous absence and lethargy of our age.