Ora Nadrich’s new book is a rousing call to action. There’s never the sense Nadrich is sitting around, pontificating, or narratively waiting on what to do next. There’s this kind of giddy, kinetic energy to the way the book - Time to Awaken: Changing the World with Conscious Awareness – is written. There’s a sense of urgency, but never something reducing Nadrich to a status akin to conspiracy theories, or catastrophizing. “What more will it take for you to realize that waking up is the very thing that will actually keep you alive, not to mention, sane, and if you choose to not want to see or know the truth, it may very well be your undoing?
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I don’t care if you’re a doctor, lawyer, or a government official, if you can’t question your own beliefs, no matter the top education or degrees you have, because it’s just too threatening to do so, and causes you to second guess everything you have believed your entire adult (or professional) life, you need to know that this is a time to question everything, for that is the only way you can truly awaken in a world that feels as if it has gone into what Dr. Robert Malone has called, ‘mass formation psychosis’,” Nadrich writes. “…It’s time to awaken, my friend, and I hope that you agree.
After all, what do you have to lose by waking up a little more? Discovering something that can make you feel more knowledgeable, and therefore more empowered? Is that such a bad thing? Or is it that you just prefer being led, rather than leading yourself, so that you needn’t take responsibility for the decisions you make, and if they prove to be wrong, you won’t have to blame yourself for making them? And, even if you entrusted others to make important decisions for you, and now realize that perhaps some of them have been misleading, or wrong, are you able to admit that to yourself?”
She adds, unrelentingly, “…A lack of knowledge or information can actually be dangerous, which is why ignorance is something we should pay close attention to, whether it’s our own lack of awareness, or others. The problem is that when we are not self-aware, we don’t know what we don’t know until something makes us aware of it, and sometimes it can be too late. And, most people probably wouldn’t want to know what they’re unaware of because they think, as the saying goes, that ‘ignorance is bliss’, which it most definitely is not.
Ignorance is only bliss to those who prefer ignorance over taking responsibility for more than perhaps they want to know, which might be things that are unpleasant, and could upset their perfect little world where no problems exist… I don’t have a crystal ball, and cannot see the future, but what I try to do, is pay very close attention to what I see and hear, and as I suggested to you in an earlier chapter about it being incumbent upon all of us to get the information that we need, to make us more knowledgeable about what’s really going on in the world, and what could possibly happen in the future, I can say with certainty that the world has changed radically, and it’s only just beginning.”
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