To feel the pain... about ten or so minutes in Alex becomes amplified and passionate. Unsettlingly right and deeply uplifting: Echo's my feelings over a few days.
One of his lines, the devil don’t run anything but slaves, intermediated to serve him, is something I’m becoming ever-clearer about.
I write one blog early mornings, this for the evening. I got a verse ready for tomorrow morning (for plant a seed). I post it here. I was wondering what to write tonight and went back to see what’s been ‘on the show’. Recently I’m back listening here and there but turn off much more quickly. Sometimes an excerpt is enough.
Been in a handful of parts of the Bible today, on one occasion, I opened Ecclesiastes 1. More on a random and I barely remember reading down to the verse that Alex happened to quote; For with much wisdom comes much sorrow. I ache along with this.
I’m almost hesitant to repost more-Alex, due to all those who disrespect him out there. (As though I want to come across, other than true to myself? Fool on me. As though any one much is reading this is the other thing?)
I realise I ought to re-subscribe to infowars, although I currently have access through one I’ve been given. Not that I use it but it would be a gesture. A give that speaks, and relatively little financial cost at that. Of course, I encourage...
Oh that we could buy their supplements in the UK, particularly ‘BrainForce’.
Here’s some audio brain force: Alex.