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What Do You Believe In?

I mean what do you truly, really, seriously believe in?

Many say they believe in the Constitution, but few live like they believe in the Constitution. I don't know anyone using silver as legal tender and I don't see anyone indicting treasonous politicians. We might believe in the Constitution in the mind but certainly not in reality.

Many also say they believe in God, or Allah or whatever you call Him. However, very few live like they believe in God. I've never met anyone who doesn't sin. A true believer in God and heaven would be a fearless radical dedicated to initiating the natural law of God's nature and nature's God in my opinion. A true believer certainly wouldn't believe they are righteous because they pray at night and sing on sundays.

Many say they believe in liberty, but very few actually live free. Most people willingly pay unfair taxes, follow BS laws, and comply with the law whenever confronted with it whether the law is unconstitutional or not, whether truly at liberty or not, many blindly follow the law.

I say I believe in the Constitution, God, and Liberty, but my reality looks much different than that.

In this day it's hard to find belief in anything, so my question to the DP is:

What do you believe in? Please be specific and tell me why. Thanks.

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I believe in...

Cosmic Karmic Literacy.

An UnWritten, but certainly existent order to all things visible and invisible...created by whom, for certain...in my possible 100more years of cellular regeneration cycles, for whatever reason is programmed to automatically decay, will I ever truly find out? God knows...

A further elaboration would be all too verbose, as typical of moi. lol.

C'est la vie, und Liebe zu alles!

Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

I believe in liberty

Come together when the time arrives, but leave me alone until such a time. I don't need cameras tracking me everywhere and I don't need to be assessed as to whether I am mentally competent to exercise my rights by a government-associated organization. This is the case for so long as no crime has been alleged, and I have violated no one else's natural rights.

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You did quit eating for 40 days

I'm gonna chalk The Granger up in the believer category.

Seriously, stuff like that is very inspirational. Way to set a fantastic example Granger.

The individual who refuses to defend his rights when called by his Government, deserves to be a slave, and must be punished as an enemy of his country and friend to her foe. - Andrew Jackson

I fasted on lemonade about 30

and then I broke my fast with probiotics (good belly) and juices, clear or puried soups for the remaining 10.

This is still Easter in the Catholic Church, as Easter is eight weeks (octive) ant it's feasting time. I have not eaten as much pizza as I would like yet, because that is what I missed most.


I've done that too

and it feels GREAT! the healing that accompanies it is phenomenal. The only thing I had to make sure I was compensating for was the potential for demineralization, which is easy. I like to do it once a year, preferably when it's warm.

~ Engage in the war of attrition: http://pacalliance.us/redamendment/

Once a year

during lent.. This year I was craving pizza.