Finding Light in the Darkness
Summary: Take a stand and be your true self. Expose the darkness with your lightness.
The world may seem dark, and like the nightmare will never end. But where there is darkness, there is also lightness. It may be hard to see, but the turning point is taking place, and you are part of it.
What seems like lost hope and a failed battle is the beginning of something revolutionary. We are living in times that are a crucial turning point for expansion and exposing the lies, the darkness, by shining light upon them.
A dark world has light and it is up to you to find it. How do you view the world? Are you a pessimist? Are you cowering in fear as everything around you is moving so fast that you cannot keep up? Are you complying without standing your ground? Have you been coerced and pressured to go against what you truly believe in?
It’s now time to take back your power, take back your rights and freedoms, since without them, you are someone else’s property. Do you wish to be free? That’s not an easy battle, but it’s won by shedding light on the darkness, the corruption, the lies, and being true to yourself. What does it matter what anyone else thinks about you? What does it matter what the consequences are if you know you are standing up for what is right? Stand your ground and speak your mind, even if you are filled with anxiety and fear. Darkness loves fear and anxiety, so shine a light upon it to see that everything has been smoke and mirrors.
Once you begin to stand up, and take that difficult stance that maybe your friends and family will shame you for, you’ll realize the amount of people who are on your side. There are many who agree with you, and are making a difference, so join them in the most significant and important battle of our lifetime – the one that will shine the light and expose the lies.
It’s time to reclaim your power, and it starts with you. Take a stand, and you’ll be thankful you did.
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With so much fear in the world, people must take a stand, no matter how difficult it is, and say ‘no’ when they are forced and coerced into doing something that violates their own rights and freedoms. In early 2020 I had to say something. I had intense fear of what others would think of me, but I took that stand and it made a positive impact. I no longer care if someone views me negatively since what does it matter what they think of me. I’ve grown so much, and I’m sure you have as well.