Social media and the internet, as it is used now has not led to us feeling more connected to one another, but to the contrary it has made us the most lonely and divided we have ever been. With one out of every two millennials saying; either they have no friends or worse yet feel entirely isolated. That is because like any tool it only produces the outcome of the intention put into to it’s use and to date the intention behind the use of social media has been – like all our other tools and toys – to manipulate and control with fear. Because that is what this system is founded upon fear, control and manipulation. That is why all our tools ultimately produce destructive, not constructive outcomes. If we wish our tools to produce different outcomes than our intention behind their use must change. And for our intention to change our system must shift from one founded upon fear’s illusion, to one that is firmly grounded in LOVE’S reality. Maybe then we will witness our advancements of technology serving the greater good of all, rather than for maximum ill.
I implore everyone to watch this powerful film that shows clearly how social media is being used to manipulate our every emotion, thought and action by the forces greed, consumption and destruction, with the sole goal of keep us hating one another, that their industry of war may continue to thrive; extinction be damned!!!
The Great Hack…
All we have to do is Wake Up and just LOVE everyone to change everything instantly. If we don’t, instantly is how everyone and everything may soon end.
Oshallah (Kip Baldwin)
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“The crisis is not in the outward technological advancement, but rather in the way we think, and the way we live, and the way we feel. I think that is where a revolution must take place.” ~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
“Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards.” ~ Aldous Huxley