Why You Can’t Buy Freedom At The Drive-up Window

You cannot digest freedom as easy as you can digest a meal.
It is too bad that you cannot digest learning about your freedom as easy as you can digest a meal.

Do you know what the problem in today’s world is? The problem is that everyone has become accustomed to living a life of commercial convenience where everything is done for them if they have enough money. Everyone presumes to know what the “law” is because of what they have been “told” but then they never verify that for themselves, leaving them stuck doing exactly what they are wagering you will do. The powers that be not only know this, but they are the one’s who created and were the inventors of this Ponzi scheme, so they make their rules just tough enough that they can still convince you that you are free, while running the best fear game in the business. This is why the demand for money is so great, because when you have money, you essentially have another’s sweat equity, or labor, or even intelligence at your disposal.

First, evaluate how important it is to you to be free. I know that without knowing how important it is, you will never be able to justify spending time on it. How important is it to you to learn all you can about becoming free?

You know the old saying: “Money can’t buy happiness.”? Well, that is true because money can buy stuff or services, but to be happy takes something inside you to make happen and while I realize that you might be thinking that you can buy happiness in the form of pharmaceuticals or other drugs, and maybe that is a way that you could buy happiness. There is something wrong with that too because constant happiness would not be gratifying without anything to contrast it with so you STILL would not be happy (satisfied) with life.

Learning how to exercise your liberty is not ever something that can be done for you. Freedom doesn’t care how much money you have, because short of buying a mental implant in the future, there is no current way to augment our knowledge base except by doing it the old fashioned way.

Don’t get me wrong, the tools that you can use to learn are better than ever, but the problem is getting the tools to deliver the information with an effective percentage of comprehension on your end. You have to do your own due diligence, you have to know the truth with every fiber of your being. You have to be able to rely on something more solid that what someone else has told you. Use your intuition, you know right from wrong. Would it be right to fraudulently portray yourself as something that you are not? Is there any difference between you and the little piece of plastic with your picture and vital information on it?

And sure you might not have time for all that studying and learning about what is REALLY going on. But if you don’t give it the importance that it is worthy of, you will continue to struggle, swimming against the current your entire life. It is not until you can learn to “let go” and relax and go with the flow that you will see from new perspectives that you never imagined existed.

My how beautiful some of those views are. Take the route less traveled. Don’t try to bite off more than you can handle at one time. A friend once compared learning and processing the concepts to “layers of paint”. Apply one coat at a time. And you have to let each coat dry between applications. So when you try and learn a new concept, first do an overview of the info (a fresh coat of paint), and then when that one dries do another coat of paint (progress into the information incrementally and give yourself time to process it in between) do another coat, let it dry, and keep repeating the process until you fully comprehend the information.

After you fully comprehend you then must learn to be able to express it to others to be truly effective. You have to know what to say when they run their fear game on you. Then the best way to reaffirm and make it easier is to practice teaching what you have learned. Once you are a good teacher… you will have become a master.

Good luck on your journeys, may blessings and peace be with you brothers and sisters.

Trent G.

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2 thoughts on “Why You Can’t Buy Freedom At The Drive-up Window”

  1. Thank you Trent G. for taking the time to inspire me. You have opened up a whole new world to me and I truly appreciate it. I knew I was onto something all those years ago when I asked for by trial by judge for my traffic ticket, but did not give it a second thought. I always thought that there were loop holes but this is on a whole new level.

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