Is your Home a Toxic Wasteland?
The internet is the successfully commercialized toxic wasteland. A playground for inhibiting you with vile and hateful toxic thoughts.
But it's not like the internet is to blame for everything that's always been going around in the world. No. Thought and feeling inducing people have been going around the world for ages. Good And Bad people who know exactly what it is and how to use it to their advantage and perhaps yours indirectly. Or the other way around.
Don't make a Toxic Wasteland your Home!
Let me discuss with you how bad the world has become and what our task is. It's our task to stand for something again instead of letting people into our homes. Whatever the house brings to the table is it really going to be good for us and our children? How can we make sure of this without falling into toxic behavior ourselves?
For ages now we've been led to believe that we need to house our homes, that we need to institutionalize and organize thoughts and feelings and mostly control them to prevent wars and world crisis.
In my opinion, all this control leads to people resisting not being free. That resistance, gets people end up leaning towards fanatic toxic behavior. Resisting is good, resistance isn't wrong but with the wrong leaders in place, it can make this world even more hazardous as it is.
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