Demand Truth

How did we as a nation get to the point where pointing fingers and placing blame became more important than seeking out truth and holding all those placed in political authority to the same standard?

What happens when this becomes our reality?

I believe we are living that reality right now. Our country; even our world, is so divided and so focused on blaming one side or the other, it seems like the truth has been buried and almost impossible to find.

It is not impossible to find, but it does take work.

I recently read the book “How Do You Kill 11 Million People?” By Andy Andrews. It was a quick read, but it was powerful. It is something we so desperately need right now. I believe this needs to be at the top of everyone’s reading list. I will include a link to purchase it below.

Our search for truth needs to extend to electing men and women into office who tell the truth. Again, truth is not one sided; truth is truth, no matter who says it. And on the opposite side; a lie is a lie, no matter who says it.

It is up to us to seek out leaders who place being honest at the top of their list of qualifications. One charismatic, dishonest leader can lead a whole nation to destruction. We’ve seen it before.

When will we begin seeking out leaders who care more about exposing the truth and condemning those that lie than just gaining power through a political office?

We the people. We the people choose who leads us. So it is we the people who needs to change the course we are heading down. We the people have the power. Don’t let anyone tell you differently.

Seek out truth. Open your mouth when lies are being told. It’s not enough to stay silent. Nothing changes until we open our mouths and demand the truth.


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