I know that you’ve heard that Knowledge is Power, but take this one step further – your power comes from what you do with knowledge, and that makes the difference.
Most of us grew up learning lessons from our mistakes. One of the neat things about being human is when you make a wrong decision, you can learn why that decision was the wrong one and fix it. Then, you make better decisions after that.
This is called wisdom. When given the data (tools) and the right guidance, we are supposed to figure this out on our own.
Teachers are supposed to help us by only presenting us the data – they show us the past so that we can decide to repeat what was right and change what was wrong.
Spiritual leaders help us set our personal, ethical boundaries. They are advisors that are there to pick us up when we stumble, and comfort us if we are in fear.
Political leaders are merely the “office managers” who are elected by the people to manage the books and warn us when trouble arises – like storms, bullies, and debt.
Back in the day, everyone was their own healer, and “the medicine men and doctors” were there to help in emergencies and if someone needed assistance.
Notice I used the word HELP – not DO for us. As you can see today, these job descriptions all need to be reset – teachers, spiritual leaders, political managers, and healers.
Can you imagine what life would be like if Telsa’s free energy had not been hijacked by J.P. Morgan and was released globally?
There would be NO power outages or rising energy bills; no pollution; less poverty or starvation. If there was still a thing as war or pandemics, they wouldn’t be the same and wouldn’t need the same solutions that are mandated today.
Imagine what it would be like to have no hunger anywhere on Earth because we know how to desalinated water and grow vegetables in hydroponic greenhouses installed in the deserts.
What if we had electricity and technology that did not require deforestation?
Imagine if we have inexpensive cures for disease and cancer that we share with one another as opposed to selling them to the highest bidder.
Go back and relearn your history. Read all of the older books that you can find. Educate yourself so that you can release the hidden opportunities to better yourself and those around you – there are unlimited possibilities that have been hidden from all of us.
Always ask WHY and never stop searching until you find the answer.
Yes, knowledge is power, but it’s what you do with it that really matters.
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