What is Your Drug?

Wow. One of the best, most thought provoking posts I’ve read. I struggle with grief as well as the fear of letting go. Never had I thought of them as a drug. Will probably have to read this several more tones to fully process my thoughts. A must read…

Memoirs of Alexander

God did not create religion. He created man, he then commanded man to multiply and fill the earth. In that very instant, he gave man a  precious gift; love, because he said; Love me, then love your brother like you would yourself. Religion is a weed sowed into man’s heart by the ruler of the world. It is a drug to many.

Why do people experience thoughts that aren’t real?  Feelings that plagues and subdues them into believing there is no escape, no better life for them until their lives end. It assumes the role of a god, but it’s just one in a plethora of worldly spirits.  Not too long ago, I had such a demon. It filled me with feebleness, told me nobody loved me, I was nothing; but by what some might call a lucky streak I received the saving grace and clung to it, albeit it wasn’t…

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14 responses to “What is Your Drug?”

  1. I thought it good call it what you will a drug or repetitive thoughts which come from demons to demoralise us. We have to change our thoughts constantly to be positive. This is why we have to empower our soul to connect strongly with God.

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  2. Intriguing!
    I’ve just finished reading ‘The Information’ a book that infers we inhabit only a field of information – energy ‘bits’. Like an organic version of the Internet.
    We humans then create the universe in our minds, in our brains, from this information. There seems to be an echo of what Alexander is saying in your quote here – no wonder we can get addicted to our own thoughts.

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