Make Your Stand

How can we find peace when others are always telling us what to do, think or say?

 How can we be at peace when they deny our individuality while ramming down our throats beliefs and policies that feed their lust for money and power?

Yet here we are, living in a world where such conflicts are commonplace.

We’re caught between a corrupt elite fighting to hold onto power, and a “progressive,” institutionalized left that would impose its own view of the future upon us all.

Those who just want to be left alone to go their own way have no where to turn for relief.

No wonder people are ready to explode.  And no wonder that those who fight back such as QAnon attract such a following.


Our world is locked in a war between individuality and a collectivism imposed by the state, political and/or corporate interests seeking to manipulate and control the masses for their own gain.

Freedom, and by extension the sovereignty of the people, are under attack from all sides.

Mankind must awaken to this assault and find ways to overcome it, or future generations will be enslaved to group-think, artificial intelligence and oligarchical elites who will oversee all aspects of our very existence.

Peace is not possible without free will.  Souls will always cry out for freedom to get the experiences they want and came for.

Finding a way to preserve and expand our freedoms in the face of such assaults is the challenge of our times.

So how will you use your free will?  To keep getting more of the same?  Or to create something that will better take you where you want to go?

Find your vision of the world you seek.  Imagine yourself within it. What does it look like? How do you interact with others? How are your common affairs conducted?

How will you deal with those who want to go another way?  Or who have evil, greed or the pursuit of power motivating them?  How can their harm be neutralized yet still allowed the exercise of their own free will?  Is there a way to bring them along?

Now, what will it take to create that?  That’s where to make your stand, aligning your life with the future you want to create, free of the seeds of the problems that makes today’s reality so much less than it can be.

Each of us must choose for ourselves whether we’ll make this stand.  But when enough of us do, that tomorrow will begin to come today.

The future of our world hangs in the balance.

How will you choose?

John Dennison
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