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Jan 3Liked by Franklin O'Kanu

Thank you for this nudge to do something I should have been doing for a while. Journaling about this wondrous Spiritual awakening I’ve had/am having listing all of the miracles I’ve been given. I think I’ll call my my Blessings Book. This past year has been unbelievable so far as all of the physical ways the Spirit has shown me the presence of God in my life. Seriously. It’s unbelievable. When I tell people about them I can see the distrust in their eyes and feel the shift as they choose not to believe me. Funny how that works- how a person will believe some ludicrous notion pushed by msm (like masks are for health or elections are real) but they won’t believe a person when they tell about a miracle they’ve experienced. I have had such an incredible Spiritual journey full of visions, healings, knowings, and literal ‘uploads’ of info. I have shared all of these things with my husband who has witnessed many of these things himself but I didn’t write them down. I ashamed about that! How rude of me to have divine intervention and not to write it down, preserving the memory forever. If I had documented these amazing things as they happened maybe I wouldn’t sound as crazy when I am telling about them. Would they believe me if I could go to my book and recount them as they happened as opposed to rattling off things from memory? Maybe. Or, is it that most people don’t truly believe in divine intervention? If people understood gifts of the Spirit then they would maybe at least consider my unbelievable stories. Instead, it’s as if my telling about these things sets off an annoyance (or some similar energy) in most people and they make a choice not to believe me. I watch it on their face and feel the shift in their energy. I am curious about this. Why do some of us get it while others just don’t? Are some of us chosen while others are not? What makes us different from the ‘sleepers in the cave’? I have always had an ability to see bullshit for what it was, even as a child. I’m sure you can imagine how this didn’t go over so well with the adults who always seem to lie. Why do people lie so much? Most people live in so many lies that they can’t stand to be around a person who lives in truth. I have always been different and didn't understand it when I was young. I learned quickly that almost all adults lie and they have no tolerance for some big mouthed kid calling them out. You’d think that would have made me keep my mouth shut. It didn’t. So I wonder… what made some of us immune to their tricks and mind control? It’s as if we were placed ‘in the cave’ without chains just to see what we’d do. What do you think?

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How much wise words !

And asking myself : wouldn’t it be a kind of blindness, or even hubris perhaps, when we plan to change too much ? Or, a contrario : are we ”so bad” that we have to steaghten so many things out ?

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