If you can’t change the world, change the people who interact with you daily.
Agreed, it’s probably an impossible task to change the entire world, but you don’t have to do that. I am not naive enough to believe that I am going to be able to change the world as a whole and convince everybody that Covid-19 is a fake virus.
It’s not my responsibility to ensure everybody in the world understands the anatomy of the psyop we’ve all been dealing with. Even if I had a chance to speak with every person and layout the proof that the coronavirus is nonsense, most people wouldn’t be capable of changing the way they perceive the situation.
When I started publishing articles on this website in 2012, I used to have only a few people who would read the content. Some visitors would leave really nasty comments. But I didn’t care because I knew that I had to get the information out there to the small minority of readers who were interested in learning about the truth.
I never intended for my materials to be read by everybody. The things I am knowledgeable about are considered taboo subjects and are off-limits to many folks. They can’t handle the truth or any information that might change the way they have always viewed the world.
The point of this article is to let readers know that even though you can’t change the whole world, you can definitely change or significantly influence the opinions of people in your life.
I walked into a post office last week and was the only person in the building, not wearing a mask. A woman asked me, “Aren’t you afraid of getting sick?” I smiled and replied, “No! Aren’t you afraid of being told that you have to wear a mask every time you enter a store, restaurant, or friend’s home?”
The woman looked at me like I was insane, but the guy that was behind her lifted the mask covering his face and said, “Yeah, I hate this damn mask, and I think this illness is much ado about nothing. My daughter is afraid that if I don’t have this stupid thing covering my face, people will become angry.”
The conversation went on from there, and by the time I left the post office, several others were talking about the subject of masks and if they were vital.
Sometimes we just have to get the ball rolling, and common sense takes over. You cannot live your life in fear, and you shouldn’t have to keep your opinions silent because of a mask or because you believe people might ridicule you.
If you believe that something is wrong, speak up and voice your opinion. If you don’t, you shouldn’t complain about what is happening. You will be amazed at how many people believe the way you do but are terrified of saying something in public or writing a comment online.
By speaking up and educating those individuals who are capable of digesting what you have to say, you can change your world and the people with who you are interacting. And if enough people change their worlds, just maybe we can collectively change the entire planet one day.