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Reviewing And Analyzing 20 Factors In The Paradigm Shift Towards Freedom And Free Energy - Factor 17

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25 days agoSteemit2 min read

This is part seventeen of a twenty part series.

Mark Passio recently did WOEIH podcast number 219 titled “Tesla And Humanity’s Missing Paradigm Shift Revisited”. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=31&v=mG0MMWMmFOs 

During the presentation, two graphics that he used were two lists.  Each list contains ten details of what the paradigm shift is, for a total of twenty.  

This is the seventeenth installment as I go through that information, one by one.

17.  Knowing the difference between what CANNOT be changed and what SHOULD be changed

What cannot be changed?

Natural Law, or God’s Law, CANNOT be changed.  Objective right and wrong cannot be changed.  We must first learn this, and then live in harmony with it.  

In 2019, at the time of this writing, the current human condition is slavery.  

This condition SHOULD be changed.  

It SHOULD be changed to a condition of FREEDOM.  

This can only be changed by living in harmony with Natural Law and by sharing the knowledge of Natural Law with others.  

Humanity is currently doing the opposite.  It is attempting to change things that cannot be changed (objective morality) and is not changing things that should be changed (the human condition of slavery).

Humans attempt to change morality by “passing laws”.  This attempt at changing objective morality is extremely harmful.  People try to change others behavior via violent means.  They are changing things that should not be changed, like personal preferences and harmless behaviors.  

To sum up, humanity is currently doing the exact opposite of what it SHOULD be doing.  

Part 18 Coming Soon!

Thanks for your time and attention!

Just say "NO" to slavery!

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