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Monday, September 17, 2007

The Truth will set us Free, by FranG

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The Truth will set us Free

by FranG

This thought popped in my head the other day: if one simply tells the truth in absolutely all cases, then no harm can come to him. So I pondered on this notion for awhile and have come to the conclusion that this world is in chaos because human beings simply do not tell the truth. These are my thoughts. If we define the words lie and truth, we see they have very broad meanings:

1 a : an assertion of something known or believed by the speaker to be untrue with intent to deceive b : an untrue or inaccurate statement that may or may not be believed true by the speaker
2 : something that misleads or deceives

1 a archaic : FIDELITY, CONSTANCY b : sincerity in action, character, and utterance
2 a (1) : the state of being the case : FACT (2) : the body of real things, events, and facts : ACTUALITY (3) often capitalized : a transcendent fundamental or spiritual reality

Bible Quotes

Proverbs 19:9, "A false witness shall not be unpunished, and he that speaketh lies shall perish."

1 Timothy 1:9-10, "…the law is not made for a righteous man, but…for liars, for perjured persons, and if there be any other thing that is contrary to sound doctrine;"

Titus 1:2, "...God…cannot lie, "

So what does all this mean? It is my belief that everyone lies to some extent. Not like the NWO who speak a mountain of lies, but on a small scale we all speak (not necessarily verbal) lies. But the definition of truth tells us that we are dealing in reality when we speak the truth. To not do this is to speak a lie by default, and thus, to deal in fiction. We as sovereign citizens, and lovers of God and what is right, need to live this reality as opposed to merely fantasizing about it. Because a fantasy is not real, we are sinning against God (i.e., ourselves) by talking the talk instead of walking the walk. As the Bible quote above reads, God cannot lie. It is a physical and conceptual impossibility. We, in our striving to be God-like, we must assume the responsibility of living by truth.

So what happens when one lives in a world of lies? The person who lives in a world of lies has an upside down reality. His life makes no sense, it is filled with abnormalities, hardships, and paradoxes. Furthermore, reality seems to evade this person and we see chaos on an individual scale. When lying becomes the culture of communities, we start to see the chaos on a more global scale, thus all of the confusion that we have in society today. And given the high incidence of lies in our society today, or people's entire reality being based on such, one can conclude that things are really as bad as the Matrix film portrays. Things are not what they seem in the world, is a gross understatement, to one who deals in lies. As per the Bible quote above, one cannot survive in a world based on lies, but "shall perish."

This brings me to next point. The primary reason that people lie. I contend that it is done primarily out of fear. Fear of the unknown. When one lies to become wealthy, he has a fear that wealth cannot be obtained honestly. When one spares a loved one truthful information, for fear that they cannot handle the truth, the lie is told out of fear for the emotional or physical safety of a loved one. When we lie to our kids about Santa Claus, we have a fear that we cannot instill the same level of happiness in the child by telling the truth. Similar to a ball of snow rolling down a hill, small lies eventually turn into big lies. As lying becomes more and more of our reality, the more chaos ensues in our daily lives. Our lives become more of a mystery and we seem to take steps in the wrong direction because we do not where the ground is.

Lastly, we are controlled merely by our fear. Fear is the underlying motivation for lying. The definition of fear is:

1 a : an unpleasant often strong emotion caused by anticipation or awareness of danger b (1) : an instance of this emotion (2) : a state marked by this emotion
2 : anxious concern : SOLICITUDE

Fear is an unpleasant state that is felt by man. It is painful, but a natural and necessary part of life. It is part of the learning process. If one understands the roots of his fear, it can be checked via an understanding of reality. Remember it is not reality that harms us, but fiction. When fear is unchecked, it causes us to lie, to other people often but chiefly to ourselves. What we are doing when we lie as a result of this fear is creating an alternate reality in a desperate attempt to alleviate the pain caused by fear. This causes chaos which further frustrates the individual and only perpetuates the fear as opposed to eliminating it. As Yoda said ever so wisely in The Phantom Menace:

"Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering."

Lying is the direct result of fear. Fear is how we are controlled by the NWO. They control us quite simply by their laws, which are totally unjust, and our willingness to be governed by those laws. As the Bible quote above says, "the law is not made for a righteous man, but…for liars.." So if we are truly righteous, then why is it that we allow ourselves to be controlled? Why do we bow to a law that is bestowed upon us by liars? Do we accept the laws as a result of the confusion in our lives, brought about by the lies we tell; either to ourself or others? If it is so easy to tell the truth, why is it that so many people find it hard to do? It's because lying serves as a tranquilizer to stop the pain currently being felt.

So in conclusion, walk with the sword of truth and you cannot be harmed. Lying is something that we all engage in and firstly must accept the reality of that statement. After this, we work our way towards living by truth and we become invincible; immune to unjust law, and released from the captivity of our fears. It is an extremely difficult path to walk and only a few will walk it. Too bad for those who will not walk it, as the path of truth is the only way out of this maze we are in.

copyright, FranG 2007

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