Why are children fearful?
If this isn’t the purpose then why are so many children afraid to ask?
As a Marine Corps Drill Instructor, recruits who are in a high-stress level environment can be trained/encouraged to ask questions.
In fact, we’re known for “there is no such thing as a stupid question”.
Of course it's entirely possible to get an education only to find that you have climbed to the top to find out your ladder is against the wrong building.
Now fast forward to the other end of the “assembly line” and what do you see?
Millions of men and women...family members and loved ones who have done what “they said”.
Followed the system almost to the T.
Yet, all they’re left with is a life that's passed them by, children they would have liked to spend more time with, aches/pains, mountains of debt, and a government/”system” that's supposed to take care of them.
Now old, cast to the curb, and disheartened you can only scratch your head and wonder how it all happened…
Yet, you're telling your family the same thing…
Go to school, get good grades, get in a good college and get a good job.
When is enough, enough?
Have you ever heard the rich get richer and the poor get poorer?
Is it possible that they're no smarter than you, it's just they've been taught/programmed based on more truth (even if they don't know the biblical aspect of it)?
What does Pharoah do?
Teaches the poor to hate the rich.
If they hate money and wealth they'll self-sabotage EVERY TIME
Hey quick question!
What do they say at McDonalds…? “I’m ….. It”?
Or at Burger King… “Have it your …”?
Ah...I know… “You’re in good hands with ….”?
Why do star athletes and lottery winners “lose it all”?
Having trained civilians into Marines for 3 years as a Drill Instructor and in the Marines for 14 years, you learn a bit about this.
It's like Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader…
EITHER you can use it for good or evil.