Wednesday December 1, 2021

by Mark Anthony King and Melody Garcia SOUL SCRIPT In the modern age of pandemics, global economic shutdowns, enforced curfews, political correctness, blatant media misdirection, openly corrupt politicians, toilet paper shortages, and the looming threat of becoming an unfortunate victim of cancel culture, it’s really no surprise that humanity is, in a word, starving. We are voraciously and ravenously craving that which has effectively become the absolute rarest commodity on the entire planet; truth. There’s a quote I love which was written centuries ago by a man named Lao Tzu. This quote can be found in verse 81 of a phenomenal and certainly perspective-shifting book titled, The Tao Te Ching; the verse reads, “The truth is not always beautiful, nor beautiful words the truth.” Whether willing or otherwise, when we opt to become slaves to the grand paradox of the mainstream media, when we premeditatively subjugate ourselves so consistently, so wholeheartedly that we become addicted to the alliterative paradox which I call “the disgustingly delicious.” Those who voraciously consume the blatant lies of pop culture can only expect to be perpetually disappointed, masterfully manipulated, and predictably burned by those mere mortals who’ve been deified. False prophets, narcissists, and “influencers” with zero humanitarian track record placed in a position of leadership. Placing our hopes and dreams in people who chase money, whore themselves out for clout, become obsessed over blue checkmarks, and sell their already black and bleak souls for likes and views. The sound of a mouse clicking. This is the pain of our folly. A pain that brings us to the sobering conclusion that the truth, while painful, is the only thing that can truly set us free. Embracing the painful and oftentimes unpretty truth affords us the ability to once and for all, peel...... Read more on Full Issue!

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