My Best Advice: Don’t Let Events Rule Your Life

One of the reasons why I needed a day off yesterday is that watching what is happening is rather stressful.

Any person who knows the history knows that republics tend to commit suicide due to the population becoming too comfortable and the state becoming too powerful to the point where it provides the bread rather than the people providing for themselves.

Knowing this and watching the rather blatant steal of the election going on while those with the power to stop it choose (for reasons we can only speculate about) inaction can be soul crushing.

So I have a suggestion.

If you aren’t actually involved, walk away for a bit.

  • If there is something you can directly do to affect the decisions in the key states involved by all means take the necessary action to do so.
  • If there is something that the people directly acting to stop this fraud ask of you, by all means do it. (This can be anything from retweeting a video to voting in the Georgia runoff).
  • If there is something indirect that you can do from attending a local rally to holding a sign at a protect by all means do so.
  • By all means pray whether you are a priest praying an exorcism or a lay person asking God for help in this endeavor.

But if you can’t do any of these things, walk away for a bit, remember that Christmas is upon us and take joy in the season. Live your life and do so with joy (this will depress the left to no end) and tune out the idiots trying to keep you obsessed.

Regardless of what happens life is going to go on. Help where you can but don’t allow any of these people to keep you from living it.

That’s the best advice I can give and I intend to take it as much as possible while of course still putting out my thoughts on the subject.

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