Distrust of just about everything
- People distrust their friends
- What is the source of this paranoia?
- So what happens to these kind of people
- It breeds a society of paranoia and distrust
You are living in an environment of paranoia. Paranoia equates to the distrust of just about everything.
One religion distrusts another, people distrust their neighbors, their bosses, their friends and just about everyone they come into contact with.
What is the source of this paranoia? It is mostly ego-driven beliefs. When someone disagrees with those beliefs the person responds with an inordinate amount of defense. They need to be right, take everything personally, and often respond with anger, or shouting, or even physical attacks. This is because their beliefs, founded or not, are so structured and rigid they can’t begin to entertain the fact that they may be wrong.
So what happens to these kind of people? They have short-term job positions, they have a series of failed relationships and they say they are alone and would like a relationship. However, when they have one they are now a paranoid person in a relationship – the same person they were before the relationship. Nothing has changed. Since they don’t trust anyone they can’t love someone else. They may say they love someone, but loving and trusting are different things. You can always find a way to love someone you trust, but you can’t always trust someone you love.
If a person continues to live their life being paranoid and distrustful it breeds a society of paranoia and distrust, and then a religion of paranoia and distrust, and then a country filled with paranoid people driven by false beliefs.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That the next time you run into a paranoid distrustful person, don’t attempt to argue with them.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because so many people, especially older people, are so ingrained into their ego-based beliefs that trusting others is far outside their comfort zone.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Besides not arguing with paranoid or distrustful people, do not agree or disagree with them. Let them speak and once they’ve established their position ask them, “What if you’re wrong?”
COMMENTARY: It’s interesting that Higher Intelligence referred to paranoid people as ego-driven. People who are arrogant and fixed in their thinking. They are self-involved and threatened by anything that is different from them. Below is a priceless photograph from a concert held at the Episcopalian Church in Sedona that I took Ray to on Father’s Day. The concert was sold out and filled to capacity. However, you can see that in spite of this sold out event no one is sitting next to me. Also, observe the age of these attendees. This demonstrates the paranoia and arrogance that these people demonstrate. I didn’t know any of them, but they were unanimous in their behaviour. This demonstrates the ugly side of humanity, and in a church of all places!