The Importance Of Being Human
It concerns me how robotic the human race is becoming, and how the powers that be are encouraging this move.
Human connection is the most important thing in life. Nothing compares to the feelings you get from being close to another human. All the best things in life definitely are free and are tangible, rather than just visual. Smell and touch all play a large part in our well-being. The last couple of years seemed to have had the aim of eradicating our need for the company of other humans, and this, I believe, is a tragedy. The effects of rules on social behaviour is damning. It’s criminal the way families were kept apart, and the manipulation, coercion, and shame used to control the masses, sickened me, I never once followed any of these said ‘rules. Not one. I have never covered my smile with a mask, and never will. I have never had any kind of ‘test’, had any jabs, or stopped seeing anybody I care about. My gut told me what to do, and how to act, for my own sanity and health. Covering airways and expressions is so detrimental to humanness (I don’t care if this isn’t a word) so I wasn’t doing it. Children would smile back at me in supermarkets when all around them was a sea of scared eyes, I hope I showed them how a human is supposed to be – joyful, alive, and wide awake.
I do not take orders from anybody who isn’t as happy or as healthy as me. Full stop. I don’t care how many letters they have after their name, or how much ‘science’ they claim to be using, if their eyes are dead, it’s just not happening.
I am a Professional Human. I live for a living. I’m not here to conform to the norm, killing myself slowly in the process. No way. People can call me selfish, or anything else they desire, it won’t make any difference, and it won’t affect me in any way. I’ll still be sending them love. I am here to make people think about their own lives and whether they can maximise their own time here on Earth.
I have 3 children – 17, 14, and 11. I am divorced. I live on a narrowboat. I have a simple life, and the simpler it gets, the happier I become. I was in a story that wasn’t mine. So I left. Now, I live as I was born to, have no bucket list or need to have anything more than I already have. I realised that everything I experienced that I thought was important, wasn’t. It was always the little things, and always involved another human – a chat with a stranger, a hug with a child, a walk in nature with another deep soul. You can keep your 2 week holiday, my whole life is a holiday, I do what I want, when I want, with whomever I want. I am as free as I can be, without living in a tribe in the Amazon, although moving in that direction would suit me.
I read once that touch is even more important than food. A study was done where baby rats were kept in a cage on their own with nothing to eat. After a while, they were let out. In front of them were 2 open cages, one with their mum, and one with food. Every rat went to the mum. Not the food.
The look of humans is also heading towards identikit, especially in those who use surgery or chemicals, to attain ‘perfection’. I cannot judge, and can only speak for myself when I say that imperfections are attractive to me. Someone’s uniqueness gives them their identity, when so many want to fit in and lose theirs. When you own your own weird self, magic happens. Your aura will be strong and attract so much that resonates with your soul. If you alter yourself, everything is dulled. Yes, you can wear sparkles and designer, but they can never be more attractive than pure, real, source energy. And this is only produced when you accept who you are, and embrace all your flaws.
Trying to be perfect is a losing game. I know. And now I am winning. No make-up, no enhancements, loads of hugs and lots of fresh air and exercise. Hand in hand with eye contact and smiles. A simple formula, and it doesn’t cost a penny.
Humans will suffer immensely if they continue down the increased technological road. They (I am not included) are becoming unnatural, totally fake entities, and along the way, getting more and more depressed. The good news is that you can come off this conveyor belt at any time. Turn off the TV, stay away from the news, speak from the heart (not from regurgitated hearsay), and listen to your intuition. You know all you need to know and have everything you need, to thrive in your remaining time here.
Maybe you want to be told what to do, and that is fine, I’m not here for you. I’m here for those, who deep down, know that their spirit is being kept down by the everyday choices they are making, because it’s the ‘done’ thing, instead of embracing who they really are. I’m here for you. A lighthouse. I will never be a tugboat, you have to get yourself to where you are meant to be.
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