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The Decision To Care

Written by: Aingeal Rose & Ahonu, Executive Contributor

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Executive Contributor Aingeal Rose & Ahonu

I recently watched a lecture given by Dr. Steven Greer on the technology we have that has been hidden from us. This I have known about, because I had my own 'download' about it while driving through Portales, NM over 30 years ago. Dr. Greer went on to make a new documentary about it calledThe Lost Centurywhich highlights the technology of free energy we have available to us, but which has been hidden from public awareness. He believes that we, the people, need to speak up about this for it to become public knowledge. Although not an avid follower of Dr. Greer, his lecture and his documentary were very interesting and enlightening.


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Given the energy crisis we could potentially face as our planet goes through her changes, and knowing the energy problems have already gained the potential to be solved, I wondered why we don't speak up or inquire more? If we all knew we have such high technology to live pollution-free, and with the capability for clean water and an ample supply for everyone, anywhere, wouldn't that make us just a little angry at the degree of suppression going on? Especially when you realize that the motivations for this suppression are greed and manipulation. So, why don't we care? Why don't we insist on the truth? What does it take for us to 'decide to care'? This is the same problem we have when it comes to caring about ourselves. In my life, I recently had to make a choice about medicines they prescribed for me following a hospital stay. One medicine in particular had so many dangerous side effects, I couldn't bring myself to take it. I was in conflict about it for weeks. Finally, I decided to care enough about myself to search for something else that would give me similar results without the detrimental side effects.


A few days passed and the new solution came. It was a natural plant-based medicine that was life-supporting and beneficial, a real affirmation for life. In this decision, I also realized I had decided ‘to care’ about myself. It was a choice for life! This was a big one for me because being unwell is a tiring place to be. It takes energy to keep fighting. My recent hospital stay showed me I had to take care of some things.


Not only had I decided to care about myself, I saw the world at large needed to take care of some things, too. Not caring enough is the same problem as not being bothered to know the truth about our advanced technology. Many technologies are wonderful, but many are not. Some are not healthy for us or our environment. We accept the detrimental effects and say the gains seem better than their negative impact. We do the same with medicines and with foods. We tell ourselves there's no perfect anything, and the manufacturers know what they are doing.


But what if we're wrong?

  • What if there are perfect solutions that promote our overall well-being and the well-being of everyone on the planet?

  • What if we don't accept that which harms us?

  • What if we just cared more?

Deciding to care opens new doors. It is an affirmative statement to support and demand higher qualities and standards be operational in our world. It raises our standards of living to include all of us and our living biosphere as well. Deciding to care makes it not okay to leave others unattended. It asks us to include ourselves in a higher quality of life. It asks us to say 'no' to anything that harms our well-being and 'yes' to those inventions that allow us to keep the Earth and ourselves on the side of life. This is our birthright.


What would happen if we decided to care?


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Aingeal Rose & Ahonu, Executive Contributor Brainz Magazine

AHONU (Ireland) & Aingeal Rose (USA) are a Twin Flame couple who, following numerous personal tragedies, have devoted their 50-years combined experience to providing self-help solutions and practical spirituality in this fast-changing world. In 2016, they founded Twin Flame Productions which has published over 1,000 children’s and consciousness expanding books which have empowered people worldwide to positive growth and loving change.

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