I've known certain things my whole life. You see, I'm not from here, so I often notice stuff other people miss. This unique perspective has never left me and has, in fact, grown stronger in the past few years. It's made being on this planet at this time very challenging, mostly because I see what many others either don't or won't. And . . . I question . . . everything . . . relentlessly.
What's the big deal with questioning? Why not take what we hear and see at face value? Because that's dangerous. Very dangerous. We humans have been given amazing abilities to think and feel independently of one another. We were given cognitive skills we don't exercise enough and intuitive abilities we ignore. Well, let me tell you something: the less you exercise your cognitive and intuitive muscles, the more they atrophy. The good news is that it's not difficult to bring them back into use, but there must be a strong desire and willingness to do so. There is also the requirement of an open mind and heart. Without these, inquiry doesn't get very far.
I've questioned all my life and in the past 11 years, I've done so more than ever. For all my questioning, I've been gifted with real answers. Answers that have survived my asking what I believe is the most important question of all—"why?". I ask like a three year old, continually, never resting on the first layer of an answer (that's usually quite unsatisfactory), but going down layer after layer, always asking "why", until I get to what I think is the bottom . . . the real answer. However, I always hold open the possibility that there are more layers I just haven't found to question, yet.
If you're not in the habit of asking questions, now is the best time to do so. The future of humanity lies in your ability and willingness to question. I'm not being melodramatic; this is real. I've been talking about people needing to wake up from their slumber for decades now. Finally, this is happening, but it must continue to occur in record numbers if we are to survive. If you don't know what I'm talking about, start asking questions of everything you're hearing and seeing.
None of what you've ever been told is true. This sounds harsh and incomprehensible, but I've got no time to mince words. When I hear people—especially sensitives—being lied to, taken advantage of, betrayed, and abused, I feel I owe it to all of us to speak up. No, I'm not going to explain it all. I'd have to write a dozen or more huge tomes to do that and I don't have the time or the energy. Besides, it's all been done and many more brilliant books, articles, videos, audios, documentaries, etc., etc. are in the works. It's all there to find. You just have to look and, whatever you do, don't use Schmoogle to do your searches; use DuckDuckGo or something similar. Believe me, there's a big difference.
I'm going to keep this short. Please, whatever you do, learn to question. Don't do it for anyone but yourself. Your life and the lives of those around you depend on it. Learn what it means to release your ego. This isn't about who's right and who's wrong. We're past that. This is about having a truly open mind and an open heart so that when you ask questions, you are able to receive the answers. Don't be someone who is asleep at the wheel. We each have a role to play in our growth or in our demise. I'm banking on growth and ascension, because I believe that's where we're going. If you choose to stay unconscious, you'll keep leading yourself over the cliff edge. That's your choice. Remember, what we do to and for ourselves is one thing; the fact that our choices impact others, is another consideration. To what degree this will occur, I do not know for certain.
What I do know is that time is of the essence and we need more people to bravely ask questions. Lots of questions! Now's the time for strength and courage. I wouldn't ask this of you if it weren't critically important. I'm late in my asking, but there's still time. If you do nothing else today, please begin to put your ego aside and engage in some inquiry. If it's uncomfortable, maybe this is exactly what you need to be doing.
I find that the people who are sure they know what's going on and are righteous in their beliefs are most often the ones who are the most ignorant. When we become so certain of our beliefs that we think we're "right", we're then, most vulnerable to manipulation and deception. It's only when we hold an open mind and heart, and truly inquire from that space, will we find the truths we so need and desire.
I wish you well on your journey.