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The Time for Revolution

Declaration of Independence from Unrighteous Dominion

We submit to the whole and unimpeachable truth that all flesh and blood souls are sovereign entities, accountable only to their own consciences, and to the natural laws that envelop all creatures. Human law is NOT an extension of natural law, except where it is applied to oneself by oneself as free sentient beings, for the human domain is the domain of thought. Each person is endowed by these natural laws, with the unalienable right to seek their destiny in accord with the dictates of their consciences, limited only by the confines of the greater good of all.

Slaves are created with words, and so it is with words that we create, and set ourselves free. Accordingly, we find it necessary, in this era of subdued and abandoned personal freedom, to take back our power and to speak with one voice, to make a declaration of independence from all forms of foul dominion.

The power of nations comes from the people, and we, at any time, reserve the right to energetically revoke that power, reclaiming and marshaling for ourselves all power, except where, through consent of the people, we allow our energy to flow and join with others for the greater good, welfare, justice and protection of all.

We inviolably avow, concomitant with the obligations of defiance and defense, that we shall subordinate ourselves to no earthly masters, nor shall we seek mastery over others, nor stand idly by, as any vile usurper surreptitiously or overtly violates the freedom of another, or while innocence is victimized by cruelty.

Freedom is beyond the reach of any word, contract or compact, for people are creations of the universe, whose free will no power or entity can abate, as we are intrinsically empowered by the infinite nature of self-determination to choose our own path.

Predicated upon the unalterable truth of equality, the equal gift of life, and upon innate individual autonomy, and entitled to all of the powers and human rights that no entity can rightfully trespass upon, and deriving our individual powers from the same free-flowing source, from which all freedom springs, we hereby, make our declaration. We irrevocably proclaim ourselves to be an independent world of free people; a interconnected human family-state of universal citizens, called the human nation, existing within all nations as a united world family.

Civil disobedience becomes a sacred duty when the state has become lawless or corrupt. And a citizen who barters with such a state shares in its corruption and lawlessness.
Gandhi

The human theater of conflict is a battle for hearts and minds through the world of symbols, words, and ideas. This is because the rulers of the paper cities need your intention and your permission to exist. Countries, states, cities, corporations, and laws are all words on paper. When the paper cities have become unjust prisons, we must revolt, and burn those paper cities to the ground. Then from the ashes, we must write new words for new generations. You are that generation. You are the author of the real-life story called, tomorrow. Unleash your mighty words, and with them, recreate a new and more beautiful world for all.

  • We must each achieve greater individual consciousness and self-knowledge, and project mindful kindness toward everything and everyone.

  • The revolution of consciousness is connected to the food revolution. As an organism, there is nothing more relevant or sacred than what you put into your body. Food is a part of our contract with life. Cultivate clarity, strength, vitality and power from natural, beautiful and organic living foods.

  • We must remember that nature is the supreme cradle of life, and must be protected and treated with the highest respect and care.

  • We must plant trees, grow gardens instead of lawns, ride bicycles when we can and support responsible local businesses over big brands.

  • We must quit living vicariously through the fictional lives of TV and movie characters, and become the stars of our own real-life stories of adventure and creativity.

  • We must quit thinking we know everything, and quit placing “knowledge” over kindness and compassion.

  • We must reprogram ourselves to understand that cooperation is a higher principle than competition.

  • We must strive for literacy and education that teach us to never quit questioning and probing at the assumptions of the day.

  • We must understand that out of community and dialogue, the answers will arrive in their own time and way.

  • We must question every inner-belief we possess without fear or attachment. Find comfort in questioning yourself. Criticism is no threat to your self-esteem or identity, but rather informs you.

  • We must rebuild organic communities, where people can come together and have analogue conversations and share stories, art, music and emotions.

  • We must relentlessly and unyieldingly protect freedom of speech and peaceful assembly.

  • We must take the money out of politics, and end psychopathic, self-destructive government and corporate madness.

  • We must resist in-group thinking and practice seeing every soul as a brother or sister in a larger grouping of humans on earth.

  • We must resist impulses to attack people, their credibility or their nature, and focus only on sharing our own positive creations, contributions, ideas and solutions.

  • We must reject the artificial and embrace what is real and true: truth in food, community, relationships and self.

  • We must step out of our digital avatars, and come together and have face-to-face dialogue as often as possible.

  • We must remember that we cannot change others, we can only change ourselves.

  • We must let our every act be out of love, and for the greater good of all.

  • We must be our own authentically unique truth, and question who we are, what created us, and what processes within us are alien and externally created.

  • We must share! Sharing IS caring. Share everything: every idea, every resource, every story, every gift, every worry and every burden. Share yourself.

  • Above all we must be free, but to have real freedom, you must be wild and free yourself.

In a world of hate, love is the revolution. You reclaim your power by loving what you were once taught to hate. So, when is the time for revolt? The freest societies are in a constant state of revolution. The time for revolt is now, and the time for revolt is always! There is something beautiful in you seeking freedom. You are sufficient. It is sufficient to simply be a human being. Go within, seek yourself, know yourself and then share yourself. Please, be kind to one another and seek beauty in all you do.

Go now, and do what you can, and act always with the spirit of optimism, and always with love, and always for the greater good of all.

The voice of reason is speaking, and now is the time to listen.

The future depends on you…

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Bryant McGill

Bryant McGill is a human potential thought leader, international bestselling author, activist, and social entrepreneur.

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