People have become so disconnected with the truth that they do not often understand what the difference is between necessity and want.
According to the dictionary a necessity is:
- Something necessary or indispensable: food, shelter, and other necessities of life.
- The fact of being necessary or indispensable; indispensability: the necessity of adequate housing.
According to the dictionary a desire is:
- To wish or long for; crave; want.
- A longing or craving, as for something that brings satisfaction or enjoyment
People will be lined up for days outside of large corporate businesses to purchase things that they think they need, must have or give! There are millions throughout America and the world who would be happy just to have the bare necessities of life such as mentioned above.
Most people are manipulated and controlled by the Media, Internet, and society at large, to think that they need things that they really could live without.
If you’re going to shop on black Friday please go to a small business in your local area and support them. Small businesses are going under very quickly because of the large corporations.
Think if you were living in a third world country you’d be grateful for just a decent meal and not concerned about purchasing a gift for someone that you really don’t care about because they bought you something. Choose to not be controlled by the world.
Why not make simple gifts at home and involve your whole family?
Donate your time at a homeless shelter. Volunteer to help out in hospitals. People are very lonely during the holidays and you could do a lot to help others. Helping others is the key to helping yourself.
Why not change your lifestyle starting today. This week is about Thanks Giving and that’s what every day should be about-giving thanks. You are more fortunate than you think.
In this world we are living through a time of both great darkness and light. We have war, and corporate control, alongside a great spiritual emergence. It is time to choose which collective time line you want to take. Trust your heart rather than what you see on the news or told by authority.
“Whoever controls the media, controls the mind.” Jim Morrison