Recently I was kindly outed as not being a professional journalist( haha ) and was called religious. Being labelled as ” religious” and it was suggested this meant I was an untrustworthy source of the truth.
It begs the following questions of these two conditioned indoctrinated beliefs and about trust.
1) Should only professional writers be trusted?
Why would someone think that when its actually mostly grammatically correct media journos that are lying to people and spinning the one narrative.
And 2) Am I religious? 2b) If so because of this do I lack credibility and should I not be trusted?
I always thought of the word religious as Webster’s meaning ” a member of a religious order under monastic vows” .
I am not a member of any religious order nor do I follow monastic vows. But if someone is that would not disqualify them from being able to speak any truth .
The other definition of religious points to the fact everyone is religious “relating to or manifesting faithful devotion to an acknowledged ultimate reality or deity“
Everyone is devoted to a reality whether it be the false reality of the media metaverse or just a world of fear, separation and conditioned beliefs(subjective reality with a little r ). Just because their deities are false( idols) they are still all overtly religious (sic). The wokels are devotedly worshiping the govt’s (media spread) one narrative as their mass formation acknowledged reality. Wokeism is a new PC religion that came from the media journalists grammatically correct superspread fear( convid19)psyop . Wokeism where your only source of information is the disinformation from the govt( media). The Central bankster’s Govt is their deity .
But a few are knowingly seeking, acknowledging or experiencing the Ultimate Reality ( beyond the senses and mindfuel of the media’s well written , overly emotive, grammatically correct false reality).
All human beings are religious( *not a noun).
Who should you trust and why ?
Trust yourSelf .
Because your inner Self is being, knowing and loving.
It is wisdom.