I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to fear not having enough money as one of the core points of my existence and within this to have made many, if not most of my life decisions based on this fear and to have lived in cycles of fulfillment, rebellion, regret, detachment – any number of energetic states deemed “good” or “bad” – within which I have trapped myself in cycles of attachment to the idea of not having enough or having enough money; deserving money, or not deserving money, seeking money or trying to run away from money.
I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to have allowed my life – my existence – to become inferior to money and to within this to realize that the only way I could have ignored this relationship or downplayed it or pretended it doesn’t exist is if I had enough money and within this I see that the collective: the entirety of the world system is inferior to what we have created within the idea and manifest supremacy of money in our world and how it has enslaved the majority of the world our acceptance of this supremacy of money.
I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to regret that I have not, until relatively recently, realized the centrality of the problem of our enslavement to money and all the decisions I made based on fear of not having money, a fear not based in practical consideration of the nature of the centrality of money within this world, but, only based on how I could benefit myself.
I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to have grown up with the idea that it was not polite to talk about money and within this I was expected to pretend that money was not that important when it is, in fact, the most decisive factor in the well-being of the human in our current world and environment.
I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to have believed that there was a higher power or a higher reasoning that created the money system and that this higher power must have a good reason why we have inequality and suffering on earth and within this I lived a kind of justification for this reasoning that how I live (not suffering because of a lack of money) and how others live (suffering because of a lack of money) is acceptable.
I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to not have stood up and demanded an explanation for how and why we have created such a hell on earth for so many based solely on money.
I commit to no longer fear standing up and voicing my commitment to creating an alternative to our current monetary system and to exposing the systemic enslavement we all are subject to within accepting this system and to show that whatever sense of ego or power that is derived from security and money is not the measure of the quality of our lives or of our character and I commit to show that we are not really living life – that what we call living is actually an energetic, existential program based in self-interest that thrives on conflict to create energy and that if we can begin to experiment within stopping these frivolous forms of energy –the emotions and feelings we believe define who and what we are – that we can AT LAST give ourselves an opportunity to see and be who we are without the programming of energy; that we can at last unite with others to create a world where more than half the world no longer has to suffer because of our collective complacency and fear with regard to creating an alternative relationship to money.
That’s why I support Living Income Guaranteed.