How to Change the World

Change the world, one person at a time.

Growing up in a conservative part of the country, almost all of my relatives
and friends were conservative. As I now look back, I realize the
liberals of that particular time would be considered conservatives
today. I never in my wildest dreams even considered how people would
think today.  The icon of the Democratic party, John F. Kennedy would
not even be considered to be a Democrat by today’s standards.

I’m not sure how all of this convoluted thinking came about, I myself began
a journey several years ago trying to decide if what I believed was true or even close to the truth. There was so much opposition to the beliefs I and my family had held for generations I had to find out if my
beliefs and principles would hold water.

I was never one to openly state my beliefs, as most conservatives I
remained quiet  as society changed. I disagreed with much of what the
main stream media and the liberal society was preaching, however I assumed most of the people knew better and right would win over all.

In the general course of things, most people become more conservative as
they get older, however in today’s world, that doesn’t seem to be true. I
seemingly see people just getting more set in their ways as they age
and never questioning what they believe, to see if it may be true. I
have found many people just don’t think for themselves, only believing
the last sound bite they may have heard on CNN or MSNBC.

In the mid 80s during the Reagan era, Rush Limbaugh came on the scene, I
was able to only listen to him occasionally , however what he had to say
made a lot sense,listening to him  was like listening to my
grandparents . It didn’t take long to realize that watching CNN was a
total waste of time.  This belief was reinforced when it was learned
that during the Iraq war , CNN was only broadcasting news from Iraq that
Saddam Hussein wanted us to see. Much was hidden from us.

After several years of searching for my truth, I realized my ancestors and I
had been right all along. Liberalism doesn’t work, I believe as Rush
often says, “If we want to conquer a country, all we have to do is send a
few liberals over and let them start multiplying.” No society can
withstand their ideology.

Thankfully more and more people today are beginning to realize liberalism has
quietly found it’s way into our way of life. While most of us slept, the
schools and universities have begun teaching it as the way of life. A
well renowned economics professor at Princeton daily spews his false
hoods on live TV. If this is taught in our colleges, it is no wonder our
youth think the way they do.

I realize that life styles change and often times change is good, however
, there are certain things that never change. They are called the Laws
of Nature, or God’s Laws. These laws are unchangeable, they are physical
laws such as the law of gravity that must be obeyed if one is to have a
happy and productive life. If one calls a dog’s tail a leg, it is still
a tail, the dog won’t suddenly have five legs.

I have come to realize the teachings of the bible are more than just
words that some ancient sage uttered. It is a guide to a happy, healthy
and prosperous life. Not only the Christian Bible, but all sacred books
of the various faiths all preach the same basic message. It isn’t so
much the messenger as it is the message.

Even the ancient cultures such as the Druids and Aborigines basically taught
the same thing. It is time to remember that Nature’s Laws cannot be
broken with out extreme consequences. We need to become more vocal and
let people know how we feel and what we believe, too much is at stake to
remain quiet. We have done that for way too long.

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The author has been a writer/photographer for over thirty years. Specializing in nature and landscape photography, as well as studying native cultures.

His travels have taken him to most of the United States, as well as Australia, Belize, Egypt and the Canary Islands.

He has studied the Mayan culture of Central America as well as the aborigines of Australia. Photography has given him the opportunity to observe life in various parts of the world.

He has published several books about his adventures.

For more information, please consult his website,

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