As we awaken or peel more and more layers away from the deception, it is natural to reach out or go in search of any credible and alternative voice.
The problem is that in a world that today values information and sources that are not local to us, rather than the ones which are and that we should trust, it has become easy to believe that voices with messages we relate to can be trusted in proportion to how many people follow them, share their posts or how many like they have.
Partial truths that overlook or hide the uncomfortable ones are always going to be popular, will be valued and will be liked.
But partial truths are not the full story, and if you want change to be real and to succeed, it naturally follows that there is a need to become aware of, to accept, understand and become comfortable with the truths that you are currently not.
Beware of false prophets. Meaningful change will not come as part of an easy ride.
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