Last Out of The Box.

December 14, 2020

If we have

No more faith

In our

Electoral college and

We voluntarily give up our voting rights to machines—then

This is it. The end of our America as we know it.

The idea of Self-governance is an impossibility.

Lay down your freedom.

Are you ready for this?

Because you lose what you fail to protect!

Do you not understand?

You would sacrifice

All

That

Is

Already

Good

In this world

For the

“Promise” of

Something better…(that you really think will make you happier?)

Others likewise have believed. Then they learned the hard truth. The hard way.

Some (my own grandparents included)

Found refuge in America.

Listen to their stories.

They know

What

We

Now

Are at risk

To lose…

…Still, it is not too late. Isn’t Hope always

Last out of the box?

And the best stories the ones where the hero overcomes all self-doubts at the eleventh hour, rediscovers courage deep within and just when all hope seems bloody lost and–a sign appears in the sky.

–NZain🙏🏻

Thank you for reading. May God bless…

Author: NZain

Finding my way forward...

10 thoughts on “Last Out of The Box.”

  1. I find it good to realize these points you have made!
    What is more important is our personal stability. There are far too many of us to consider any form of governance as unchanging or hopefully in tact. When computers are at the helm, that only means humans will move to the next method of “control”. Let’s face it…that’s the big idea, control. We are pathetic to think ourselves in control of anything more than our individual selves. This will not go away, in any possible future. As long as we believe ourselves in control, we will want to “run the machine” so our personal beliefs are safe. The old ways, ways of today and the new, yet to come ways all share one thing in common- US.
    Being free is dangerous, no one is truthful when seeking freedom. It is a place of victimization. While being the victim in any situation, your wills are dedicated to the “imprisonment”. You will become what you fear attempting to control the situation, when self control issues are what usually finds one in a place to “escape to freedom”. Individual humans must learn to control themselves, not only that but fend and support themselves in the environment as well. Mentally liberated humans hold expectations of others, what they cannot do for themselves. The process of natural selection is easy to argue with but impossible to refute or successfully debate. If you are not an individual, freedom becomes worse than servitude- especially for the masses. When a governing entity provides so much for its people, they become dependent. This world needs less dependents and more people who can live without government—or God. Not that I am saying God or government is wrong, useless or unnecessary. Of course we need guidance before we can walk; it just seems no one who follows is willing to actually be alive for themselves once they find the path of comfort and stability. Hypocrisy follows the need for control. We all just want to be happy and cannot grasp that concept of pain and death, which is the first indisputable truth one should learn.
    Thanks for the post! Keep a stackin OR choppin!

    ~FF

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    1. Well this certainly is a breath of fresh air…wait—did I just say that? 🙃
      Thank you FF for adding these important insights. Yes! Our personal stability is most important for self-governance.

      “Let’s face it…that’s the big idea, control. We are pathetic to think ourselves in control of anything more than our individual selves.”

      And this is no easy task—controlling ourselves—much easier to control others. But it’s certainly a good place to begin, no? Start small, baby steps…but it’s hard! Scary. And painful. Yes—we are born and we die. My head just exploded…what a relief! 😁

      “Being free is dangerous, no one is truthful when seeking freedom. It is a place of victimization. ‘

      Agreed-dangerous. Huge responsibility. Accountability. Can you elaborate on how it is a place of victimization?

      “Of course we need guidance before we can walk; it just seems no one who follows is willing to actually be alive for themselves once they find the path of comfort and stability.”

      Why do you think is? Once they find the path of comfort…

      Ok, gotta go stack—seriously.
      —Nina

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      1. This is arena of endless elaboration and detail. I am prepared to discuss it so, but am limited myself as far as priorities.
        I myself have always been more of a “chopper”, I welcome your presence as a natural “stacker”. You may email me anytime to pick my “Unsane” mind.
        You just stack and I’ll chop!

        Much love,
        ~FF

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      2. Thank you for your honesty. Your thoughts are welcome and appreciated here.
        Keep chopping! 😊
        Much love received and given from one “unsane” mind to another “NZain” mind.
        Cheers!

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    1. And a long time in coming. I agree with you, Frank. It is. I hope we can make it through this dark passage and come out together stronger as a nation.
      Have you seen this documentary just came out “The Fight for the Soul of Seattle.”? It’s a follow up to “Seattle is Dying.” YouTube. I highly recommend them.
      Exactly what you said—unprecedented, uncalled for and dangerous. I feel for the people downtown who are being driven from their businesses…

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    1. “One nation under God”. We strayed away from God’s love—and instead listened to dissent. We put our trust in lies. Now we are a nation divided…on the brink of falling. Now we see if our nation can stand. I don’t think we can do it alone. We need God’s guidance more than ever now. It’s not too late to return…💓🙏🏻😌

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