This world gives much but takes ten times as much for those who have been burdened with the ability to care and choose empathy in an age of pervasive indifference. I write this open letter to the givers, those who see injustice and sacrifice endlessly to do something about it. Whereas those who are celebrated are callously detached from the suffering of billions around the globe and many more pile on to the injuries of the world in order to profit personally, there are a sliver among us who bear the scars of others and hurt deeply in the process.
I write this from both a place of faith and as a matter of fact; you must love yourself as much as you care about others. Sadly, too many omit self-love and focus all their energies on being there for families, friends and strangers alike. The end result is heartbreaking; those who are the most compassionate wind up lonely, depressed and losing their sanity. I’ve witnessed many a people like this; my two year encounter with homelessness introduced me to an invisible society where once thriving individuals were reduced to beggars and deranged conspiracy peddlers.
The only thing that saved me from that fate was my embrace of faith and the endless encounters with sojourners who saved me through random acts of kindness. Here is what I know to be true: the ego is a most bedeviling companion. When we are wounded emotionally, what we desire most is to be vindicated as we lose track of self-care in order to be proven right. This condition of vanity metastasizes like stage IV cancer; even the most soft-spoken souls become pretentious in ways that will eventually disconnect them from others. In time, bitterness is added to pomposity and those who are right and just eventually become islands unto themselves.
I have to remind myself all the time that my quest to warn people about the Covid-19 experimental “vaccines”, my crusade to caution others about politics and my desire to expose the caste system of race, religion and ideologies must be tempered with humility. I must know my limitations and understand that in the end, I am powerless to do anything about these blights upon humanity. Yeshua once said that we will always have the poor; woe to anyone who believes that they can eradicate iniquities for this is nothing more than hubris that will eventually consume those who are arrogant enough to think they can change the world.
The main weakness of almost any highly intelligent person is their ego.
— Michael Krieger (@LibertyBlitz) February 12, 2021
I was well on my way down this path just two months ago; once it finally dawned upon me that the experimental “vaccines” being pushed by Pfizer, Biogen, Moderna, Astra Zeneca and Johnson & Johnson were actually a front for something way more nefarious, I felt compelled to act. The moment of clarity happened when I saw Bill Gates being interviewed on CNN while I was eating at my favorite Ethiopian restaurant, I decided at that precise minute to focus my efforts to exposing the evils behind this diabolical agenda to jab billions of people to address a virus that has a survivability rate of over 99.6%.
What started off with a pursuit to shine the light on a public safety concern eventually mushroomed into a chase to be validated; my ego took root and started to crowd out everything else. If it was not for my wife, who lovingly guided me away from narcissism and prodded me towards modesty, my story would have ended in tragedy and yet again losing everything. Pointed away from the cliff, one day I opened the bible randomly and landed on a verse that forever changed my outlook:
“On that day every prophet will be ashamed of their prophetic vision. They will not put on a prophet’s garment of hair in order to deceive. Each will say, ‘I am not a prophet. I am a farmer; the land has been my livelihood since my youth. If someone asks, ‘What are these wounds on your body? They will answer, ‘The wounds I was given at the house of my friends.’” ~ Zacharias 13:4-6
When I read these words, it struck me like a lightening bolt and shook me to the core. I realized the verse to be a cautionary tale to anyone who thinks they are bigger than they are; many have perished at their hands because they let their god complex lead them into the abyss. There is a price paid by those who claim to be prophets; their ego eventually crucify them and turns them into examples of what becomes of those who choose chutzpah over prudence.
A few sentences later, Zacharias warns of a day to come where two-thirds will perish and a third who will endure only to be tested by fire. Incidentally, 66% of Americans have plans on offering their arms as sacrificial limbs to enrich Biotech corporations and roughly 33% refuse to take the snake oil being pushed by eugenicists like Bill Gates. I see where these things are headed, we are walking into a prophecy that was written a long time ago and we are helpless to do anything about it. Those who think they are influential enough to change the tide of humanity will soon be washed away by their own bravado.
I implore all reading these words, whether you are a person of faith of an atheist is inconsequential, think twice before you let ostentation guide you into a dark place. There is a world of a difference between caring and conceit; do your part to stand up against injustice but please don’t push beyond your limits and end up like Icarus. Billions will succumb to a planned holocaust and there is nothing we can do about it, all we can do is do our part and then leave to something greater the rest. Those who think they can bend the arc of history on their own will soon join the league of humanity who will vanish. #HumilityOverHubris Click To Tweet