• 7 Massive Misconceptions Many Never Question

    Article by Makia Freeman

    Needless to say the three wise monkey picture below, featuring the blind, the deaf and the dumb of the popular Chinese pictorial maxim (“see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil”) is an ironic reminder of the actual prevailing cloud-cuckoo-landish mindset of humanity as a whole. A substantial, very far-reaching article (read quickly to let it sink in) exposing the main essential misconceptions many hold as absolute immoveable truths about the reality we live in. Though some might appear more shocking than others (I'll let you figure out which ones), ultimately if you can acknowledge a couple, the rest may eventually strike your awareness as self-evident. Until then, let's just hope that when dawn finally breaks, humanity won't have been turned to stone already.


    Misconceptions take root in our minds very easily. It takes a determined spirit to weed out all the brainwashing and programming we have taken on. Many people never question certain ideas or conceptions they have. They stop at the phrase itself without any further investigation, almost as though the phrase itself has some kind of magic that stops them from examining it. People need to be careful of confusing what is true with what they want to be true. Just because we all want to live in a just world doesn’t mean we actually do live in a just world. Great problems arise when we take our misconceptions and assert them as fact.

    Remember what Mohandas Gandhi said, when he was asked what he thought of Western civilization: “I think it would be a very good idea.” With wit and insight, he was clearly pointing out that the West had not yet achieved “civilization”, given that it was still engaged in land and resource theft via colonization, and genocide against active and indigenous peoples. Likewise, how many things in the list below do we proudly hold up as reality, despite the fact we haven’t yet achieved them? Here is a list of 7 massive misconceptions many people possess but have usually never deeply questioned.


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