DO AS YOU SAY, PRACTICE WHAT YOU PREACHPosted on October 16, 2014 by Ines
Doing as I say or practicing what I preach is actually very difficult to do. Wonder where that statement came from; the bible maybe?
Although I do agree that we should follow our own advice, often it is not possible, especially on this blog because I am seeking out fakes and frauds that mislead people into false realities.
My advice to people or thoughts about dishonest people is to respect their journey, if that is something I preach, then I should shut the blog down, close my eyes, pretend they don’t exist and mind my own business while respecting them for de-frauding people.
This can be viewed as a philosophical theme, depending on your belief system.
How do we deal with this issue at hand? If I walk away and pretend they don’t exist, am I not just as guilty as they are? If I call them out for what they are, am I disrespecting their choices and decisions?
This topic has been on my mind since this morning, after reading a comment from one of my readers. He made a comment that I should practice what I preach and to be honest with you, I’m struggling with this.
As far as I can remember, I have always helped others, even when they didn’t ask for it, stopped to help them get up or coming to their defense because they were being verbally abused, it’s my profound deep desire for justice that often acts naturally and instinctively when I see someone in trouble.
It’s not so much about the perpetrators as it is about the victims, it hurts me to see them suffer or foresee their suffering, I just can’t turn my back on that. Working to expose the frauds and false messengers, disinformation agents has it’s purpose for me, and that is to stop them from hurting people.
But then I’m writing about respecting each other as each one of us came here to experience or complete certain lessons. Does this mean that I should just stop exposing them and allow them to continue hurting others or is that part of their experience that I would be interfering with?
These are tough questions and can be answered in different ways. How do I practice what I preach if I am interfering with their free will? I can do so based on the Law of Free Will that states we have free will and free choice as long as we don’t harm anyone by our actions. This means that if we feel someone is exercising their free will and harming another human, we do have the right or are obligated to call it out.
So, what do I do? Do I stop giving out advice to you, or do I follow my own advice or do I just stop exposing all together and just write about LOVE and LIGHT and how beautiful everything is?
Exposing these false messengers was never and is not an easy task, in other words, I spend months watching, reading, taking notes on certain predictions and paying attention to them and what they communicate. I always look for results, not false promises day in and day out, but actual results.
My deep feelings of justice are always focused on the potential victims, the consequences that ensue based on their erroneous information, intentional deception or just general disinformation. It is the potential victims that I want to help more than it is to expose these fraudsters.
You may say:”We must experience being hurt, or it’s our responsibility to experience good and bad”. Sure, in a certain way it is, but we are old souls, young souls, souls that have never incarnated on Earth, these are tough times, ends times and perhaps it’s just too difficult for the young souls to absorb all this in this lifetime.
But this brings us back to being a hypocrite. How can I practice what I preach if I am interfering with their free will?
Who dictates the rules, who determines what is correct action and what is not?
So, I will change my philosophy: Don’t do anything I suggest, don’t take my advice, don’t even consider any suggestions I offer because I don’t either.”
Then what’s the point to all this, why are we here? Are we not here to bring forth Unity Consciousness, to help each other, to be of service to others? Would that not then include to protect one another from harm?
Can we create Peace by turning a blind eye? I don’t think so. We’re not judging anyone, we’re simply exposing them for what they are, justice will be served if they continue to hurt others.
My reader who wrote about my hypocracy brought about a valid question: “IF I don’t practice what I preach then I am no different than they are”. I don’t agree to that statement in it’s entirety. Perhaps the advice should be reworded as: “We must respect everyone for their experiences, their belief systems, and all of their aspects of self “except” if they intend on or do harm to others.”
This reader is very important to me, he’s a mentor of sorts, someone I trust yet as I read between the lines I sensed that he doesn’t support this aspect of me, but if I have to choose between keeping him as a reader/friend or doing what I believe to be correct action, my heart tells me that I must do what feels right, to continue exposing the frauds, to try and stop them from misleading/hurting others. If my reader feels he needs to leave because of my beliefs, then he has that choice and I will respect it.
I will not apologize for exposing people that harm others, but I did thank him for pointing out my flaws. In fact, I’m grateful for the comments he made, it forced me to go deep inside and question my intent, question if I was truly doing the correct thing for the correct reasons, I was becoming even more resolute in my convictions that we must not turn a blind eye to someone doing harm to others.
The least we can do is point it out to them, let them know we know and that it’s not ok and why we feel it’s not ok. If we pretend they don’t exist, they will continue to harm others and we will never achieve Unity Consciousness.
I’m not advocating judging, accusing and punishing anyone, simply saying that we need to speak out, let others know and provide evidence or a good argument as to why we feel they are doing wrong.
The perpetrators have a choice to stop doing what they do and we can lovingly forgive them or they can continue on their path of destruction and suffer the consequences that Universal Laws provide us with in due time.
But don’t take my word for it, each of us must choose our path; whatever you choose is ok with me, as long as you do no harm, that is our divine right of Free Choice.
I don’t agree to pretend not to see evil done, I don’t support turning a blind eye, I don’t feel that harming others is free choice so I will continue to bring attention to those that harm others.
I ask you dear reader to respect my beliefs and not to judge me for occasionally failing to practice what I preach, it’s the intent that matters, the thought that counts and I cannot stand idle while someone is causing harm to another human being, I don’t have it in me to stop, I’m driven by justice and a sensitivity to pain and suffering.
You may ask how can someone that is giving out wrong, erroneous or disinformation can cause pain and suffering? Betrayal, being lied to, making bad decisions, sending donations based on wrong information cause pain and suffering and anger. This is what they want, when you are in fear, your frequency lowers, you get sick and are much easier to control. It doesn’t have to be physical harm, in fact, psychological harm has much more far reaching and long term effects and it’s more difficult to heal, especially since our brains are being constantly assaulted by damaging frequencies, neuro-toxins and chemtrails, etc.
If I must stand alone in my truth, then so it shall be. I didn’t come here to party and neither did you. I came here to help, each one of us chose the learning experiences in this lifetime, so yes, we must respect each other “except” when that experience causes harm. Maybe they chose the experience of harming another human, but I didn’t choose to stand by and watch. Each to his own right?
Thanks to Ines at: http://inesradman.wordpress.com