Saturday, September 7, 2019

Reality is a Bitch! (And a few other words I found on an internet word search.)

Let’s get oriented first: As the lying, corruption, and craziness continue unabated in Washington, it’s a reminder of just how important it is to one’s sanity to embrace reality.  Reality is synonymous with truth, but, as Baltasar Gracian, the insightful and pragmatic 17thcentury Jesuit priest, cautioned, “Truth is abhorred by the masses.” - Embracing Reality - by Robert Ringer – found it in the LimbrawLibrary, of course.

Unsettled Weather is not the only unsettled thing!

The Military Matrix - Martyanov’s book is, in a way, two books.  One is about the revolution in military affairs that has left the United States behind.  The other is about the self-medicating and propagandistic version of reality that Americans mistake for reality.

Demographic Delusions - Decades of unbroken massive inflows of third world immigrants have destroyed the “melting pot” and produced in its place a tower of babel.

Who won WW II – and who lost?

WeDaPeople is a cruel hoax - Most believe that all men seek and desire liberty, but could anything be more inaccurate?

Reality – a whole study from the LimbrawLibrary

Finally – again quoting Robert Ringer from the previous link above: This is not to say that you should not have dreams.  On the contrary, dreams can be healthy for the psyche.  What it does mean, however, is that you should not allow your dreams and desires to override reality.  Put simply, your love of truth must be greater than your desire to make your dreams come true.

The more often, and more quickly, you are able to recognize truth in your daily life, the more likely it is that you will become part of that small minority of the human race that lives in the real world rather than inhabiting a state of waking dreams.

The challenge is to learn to correctly perceive reality, because when you accurately and consistently perceive reality, delusions begin to disappear.  And as delusions vanish from your life, you are able to deal with problems on a more rational basis, which in turn leads to success in all areas of your life.