(Justin Deschamps) They tried to tell me cures for cancer didn’t exist. So I dug up the congressional records and found out Dr. Gerson testified before congress in 1946, and the panel agreed but made his treatments illegal anyway.
by Justin Deschamps, May 10th, 2020
1) A story of overcoming fear through bravely seeking the truth.
— JustinStillness (@JustnStillness) May 10, 2020
During the Coronavirus pandemic, they tried to scare me by taking away my toilet paper. So I mastered how to be clean without it (portable bidet).
They tried to tell me I needed to fear other races, genders, religious groups, and my fellow humans. So I looked at how my brethren live and saw that, at our core, we’re all one. Now I work to find love and compassion for ALL.
They tried to tell me I needed to hate this or that political/ideological group (identity politics). So I recognized that under any political divide are the same universal needs, and this means we’re all really one grand human family.
They tried to tell me endless distractions (bread and circus), and mindless pleasure-seeking was the way to a happy life. So I tried it, suffered, and now I quest for truth, fellowship, love, and freedom.
They tried to tell me everything was meaningless; there was no grand purpose to anything, that there were no moral laws, and only might was right. When I acted these things out, I suffered greatly and hurt others. Now I believe the reverse and my life has more meaning than ever before, and I strive to protect and defend the rights of others through love and compassion.
They tried to tell me one of the only POTUS’ in history that cared about the true American (Human) dream of truth, freedom, and justice for all was a misogynistic, transphobic, racist. So I listened to his words, I thought about his actions, and I realized it was a lie.
They tried to tell me QAnon was a PSYOP, that no one in government, the military, or the media cared about the truth. So I researched it myself and discovered they were the true PSYOP. And now I feel more kinship with my fellow freedom fighters than I ever felt with any state-sponsored social justice facade.
They tried to tell me God was a cruel, fickle being who wanted child sacrifice, oppression of women, and mindless dogmatic worship. So I followed the truth with a whole heart and realized that the true Creator of all things is eternally patient, merciful, and all-loving.
They tried to tell me you wouldn’t care, that I was a fool for using my voice, and that I would be made fun of for all time for daring to say what I believed. So I spoke my truth anyway and found new friends and comrades in the greatest story of human freedom to touch this world.
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About The Author
Justin Deschamps has been a truth seeker all his life, studying physics, psychology, law, philosophy, and spirituality, and working to weave these seemingly separate bodies of information into a holistic tapestry of ever expanding knowledge. Justin is a student of all and a teacher to some, sharing what he has discovered with those who are ready and willing to take responsibility for making the world a better place. The goal of his work is to help himself and others become better truth-seekers, and in doing so, form a community of holistically minded individuals capable of creating world healing projects for the benefit of all life—what has been called The Great Work. Check out his project Stillness in the Storm to find some of his work. Follow on Twitter @sitsshow, Facebook Stillness in the Storm, and minds.com.
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Stillness in the Storm Editor: Why did we post this?
In modern parlance, awakening is the notion that we go through life fundamentally unaware of a great many things (asleep). But through seeking the truth or some cathartic experience, we can grasp a perception of deeper realities. Awakening, in this sense, is the act of creating connections in your consciousness that changes the way you see the world, often imparting greater peace, clarity, and surety in one’s life. The preceding body of information speaks to this experience of awakening, either by presenting anecdotes, discussing the philosophy and psychology involved or by introducing complex topics so as to increase one’s understanding of reality as a whole. Simply stated, awakening is a choice to grow through self-transformation, causing the death of who you were so as to embrace you are becoming. In this latter sense, awakening is constantly being offered to us in life. It is not a single event, but a series of events, which can grow more frequent if we embrace truth. Spiritually, the soul craves growth toward exploring the unknown, mystery, or the void—where the source of all things “lives.” In an everyday sense, this requires the individual to be brave, seek the truth with a whole heart, and be willing to think and feel deeply about what is discovered. This is a skill, not a passive automatic activity. One who’s found the courage to embrace unceasing personal growth and transformation is on the path to personal healing, progressively uplifting life experiences, and is slowly becoming a positive organizing force for good.
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