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Why We Should Be Hopeful

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By Deus Nexus | David Nova

These days, Hope is a dangerous word.  There is the false hope of some imminent and miraculous rescue, some vague future date or some unspecified event that will bring instant salvation, dangled in front of us like a carrot on a stick.  That shiny gold carrot can do one of two things.  It can encourage you to keep fighting, keep working, keep learning, keep moving forward.  Or it can discourage you, making you cynical, causing you to give up.  Is your glass half-empty or half-full?  Which viewpoint do you think the Darkness wants you to choose?

As human beings we are all susceptible to the lure of a heroic fairy tale, waiting for a sign that the Calvary is coming over the hill, that a league of super heroes will save the day, that the good guys will conquer the bad guys.  But these are Hollywood movies. These are the dreams we dreamt as children.  Too many of us are still children, acting like children, thinking like children.

When we become adults, we no longer require that carrot dangled in front of us.  We no longer need the promise of Santa Claus arriving on Christmas morning.  We become Santa Claus for our children.  We learn to find and create our own inner motivation.  We learn to take responsibility for ourselves, for our lives, and for the future of our planet.  Our personal desire, the act of assuming responsibility, and our dedication to change is at the core of our maturity and the essence of real Hope.

We learn to grow our own carrots, we learn to cook them, we learn to serve them for dinner because they are healthy – not because they are made from sugary fairy tales.

Unfortunately, the world has become malnourished on a steady diet of sugary treats and Hollywood fairy tales.

Having hope means not giving in to our worst fears. It means recognizing that things are never really as bad as they might appear.  As of 2014:

  • We have not suffered a major global epidemic.
  • We have not suffered cataclysmic Earth changes.
  • Solar flares have not shut down the power grid.
  • A nuclear war has not broken out.
  • An asteroid has not destroyed the Earth.
  • Planet X had now shown up.
  • The Anunnaki have not arrived to enslave us.
  • A fake alien invasion has not been staged.
  • Martial law has not been declared.
  • The global economy has not yet collapsed.

Yes, there is still time… but remember, none of the dire predictions that have been made time and time again have come to pass. They haven’t occurred, even though we put a lot of our fear-based thoughts and energy into them.

And all the false promises of miraculous global liberation have not happened either.  Every week there is some new anonymous insider claiming that people will ascend from the Earth, that the cabal has been defeated, that a new financial system has been set up, or that new wealth will be redistributed.  This is the flip side of ungrounded fear-based thinking … ungrounded hope-based thinking.  This is a duality game being played upon immature minds.

That’s not to say that wonderful, miraculous things won’t happen in one form or another, just that they require spiritual grounding, maturity, and real work to be manifested.  There are miraculous things happening every day to ordinary people. There are so many everyday heroes working tirelessly behind the scenes, without gratitude or recognition or compensation… and that alone should give us hope. We are holding our ground, we are gaining new ground each and every day.

  • Whistleblowers are coming forward every day, exposing crime and corruption.
  • Scientists are working behind the scenes, creating amazing new technologies.
  • Military and intelligence insiders are preventing and exposing false flag events.
  • Archeologists are uncovering new evidence of our lost history.
  • Grassroots organizations are working towards UFO disclosure.
  • Light workers are building a world of universal love and higher vibration.
  • Political researchers are putting together the pieces of the multi-national elite puzzle.
  • Truth Tellers are exposing the information the corporate media will not reveal.
  • Freedom fighters are holding ground to maintain our personal liberties.
  • Health advocates are raising awareness of chemtrails and GMOs.
  • Doctors are discovering that life exists beyond death.
  • Physicists are recognizing that the Universe is comprised of energy and vibration.

And so many more examples.

The world is awakening in so many diverse fields, in so many ordinary and extraordinary ways, by so many everyday heroes.  This should make us hopeful.  That we are on the right track.  That we are pushing ourselves forward into the Light.  That we are rapidly evolving as a species on this small little planet in such a short span of time.

Yes, there will be many more challenges ahead, more obstacles to overcome, but the strength of the human spirit will propel us forward.  For it is that spirit, that divine spark within each one of us, that is the true carrot on the stick leading the way.  Never lose faith in that.  Never lose hope.

About the Author

David Nova is the author of the metaphysical fiction series “Season of the Serpent.”  He is a truth-seeker, a Wanderer, a blogger, and the moderator of Deus Nexus: Messages For An Entangled Universe.  For additional information about the author or his novels, visit his website, or his Facebook page.

This article is offered under Creative Commons license. It’s okay to republish it anywhere as long as attribution bio is included and all links remain intact.

 

 

Other Posts by Deus Nexus:
Understanding Our Divine Relationship
Spirituality vs. Religion
Perspectives on Ascension Predictions
A Case for Intervention: The Tree and the Vine

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