If you love a close relative and you find out they are running a criminal fraud or trafficking in children, what do you do?
If you love your country, and you discover your government is funding and arming a genocide, what do you do?
If you have always been a member of a particular political party and you find out it has been taken over by Communists and using election fraud to stay in power, what do you do?
If you’ve always put your faith in doctors and government and you are realizing the medical establishment, the pharmaceuticals and your potential leaders seem to be in collusion on a fake plan to depopulate and gain more power, what do you do?
If you are learning more and more about deep state corruption and covert corporate agendas, and you think you will lose a lot of your friends if you speak up and they think you have become a “conspiracy nut,” what do you do?
If individual freedom is important to you and you also want money taken from the rich and redistributed to the poor, what do you do?
If your religion says “thou shalt not kill,” and you want to serve in the military where you know you will be sent to do just that, what do you do?
If you want to keep your job, and you are being forced to take a jab that could injure you, alter your DNA or kill you, what do you do?
If you think that a law is immoral, such as the laws against harboring Jews in Germany in the ’30s while they were being hunted and sent to the concentration camps, when would you be willing to break a law to be true to your own moral code?
Our world is more and more filled with these ethical dilemmas. What is your compass, your stars to navigate by in these volatile times? What matters most to you?
I recommend that you do your critical thinking now, so that you are prepared as these next challenges come along.
I recommend starting by prioritizing your core loyalties. Here’s a list of potential important priorities for your critical decision-making. Please review the list carefully and then make your own list of at least your top five influences in order of importance to you. (You are welcome to add, subtract or order them all, if you wish.)
You are the only one who can ultimately make these decisions for yourself. Some say that “integrity is living in alignment with your core values.” So, what is it to which you have the most allegiance? What comes first and next and next as motivators for your most important decisions and actions?
- Political party
- Social group
- Keeping my job
- Having people think I’m right
- Looking good
Share with us, discuss with your close friends or keep it private.
Clarify the conversation inside your own head and set yourself free!
We will also be discussing these at the next Fireside Live for paid subscribers.