On Letting Go, Moving On, and Growing

It’s been months since I posted on this blog because I have been going through so much change and growth that any attempt to describe where it all has taken me would be utterly incoherent.

I guess the most important thing I want to say right now is that a number of the issues that I howled about last year seem less significant now that I’m seeing the world in terms of the bigger picture. While I’m not completely repudiating the opinions I expressed about say, immigration, transgender politics, and feminism, I’m not allowing myself to get as worked up by them anymore.

I understand these issues now to be just a few weapons in the large armory of distractions that the government and media cabal unleash on the people to keep them from ever knowing the true nature of the world they inhabit. While we claw at each other in the dirt like wild dogs we remain oblivious to who we are, where we are, perhaps even when we are.

I hate to be so cryptic but I’m in the process of a significant change of outlook that will require more time to learn, digest, and introspect before I dare make any declarative statements of belief.

I appreciate everyone who took the time to read what I wrote here in 2014. Those posts were all passionate and reflected where I stood at the time. I feel fortunate to have been able to let go of some of the old thought patterns that were holding me back—not easy to do but essential nonetheless.

As I approach my 36th birthday and a probable move back to the LA area, I find that the frustration and disappointment that characterized my take on things last year have given way to a calmer acceptance of a world whose state of affairs I may still not like, but which I can at least see more clearly and with better understanding.

Even if I don’t personally get back onto this blog in the coming months, my sense is that serious existential changes are brewing for us all within the next year. Anyone who has explored the conspiracy world over the last decade knows that a quickening of sorts began just recently, and while Joe Public is gearing up for another intolerable election cycle, something much bigger might just supplant “the way we were.”

So keep your ear to the ground and open your mind to even the wildest of ideas. The Hundredth Monkey Effect appears to be on the verge of kicking in and you don’t want to be the last know.

Best wishes to you all. Hopefully I’ll have something more concrete to say sooner rather than later.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *