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Make Yourself A Winning Player For Liberty

Donald Trump, when asked about his tariff proposals, has famously said, "I'm for free trade, but you have to be smart." Many liberty lovers, when asked about politics, might similarly answer, "Down deep I don't like politics, but I have to be smart."

The libertarian NAP, which is most easily understood when stated "live and let live," assumes we are all in this together, everyone's life affects everyone else's life. A quote attributed to Jesus Christ in modern day revelation states: "As long as a single slave remains to walk the earth, your release is not complete."

So as much as we dislike the game of politics, the heroic nature inside all of us will not allow us to chicken out and forfeit the game.

But as long as we're going to play the game, we would do well to make ourselves the best players ever, right? It's time for liberty lovers to quit sabotaging their cause (really sabotaging everyone's true cause) by refusing to make themselves winning players. That's called "being smart."

Vow to rise above the level of those liberty lovers who sabotage the cause of liberty. Vow to learn the following lessons which are absolutely necessary for liberty lovers to assure the success of their endeavors (links to the lessons can be found at the end of the list of lesson titles):

Lesson 1: "Whatever I really, really, REALLY want comes to me very quickly."
Lesson 2: "Nothing comes easily if I hold in my mind contradictory desires."
Lesson 3: "There is nothing I cannot do if I put my mind to it."
Lesson 4: "There is nothing I cannot do if my heart is in it fully."
Lesson 5: "My heart and mind are unbelievably creative ... when I am ready."
Lesson 6: "The achievement of my goals depends on feeling my spirit."
Lesson 7: "My inner peace gives me enormous power to achieve my goals."
Lesson 8: "I access my inner peace instead of emotions against my goals."
Lesson 9: "Only my thinking can take me out of peace."
Lesson 10: "As I stay in touch with my peace, I bring peace to the world."
Lesson 11: "Fear or thoughts of limitation cannot keep me down."
Lesson 12: "I choose to rise above fear, thus teaching freedom."
Lesson 13: "I replace fear with trust."
Lesson 14: "My joy brings me everything I have ever wanted."
Lesson 15: "Worrying damages my cause; my joy keeps me safe."
Lesson 16: "My safety lies not in defensiveness, but in joy."
Lesson 17: "My belief brings me what I really want."
Lesson 18: "In place of frustration or anger, I quickly substitute love."
Lesson 19: "My love gives me everything that is really important."
Lesson 20: "I see clearly we are all in this together."
Lesson 21: "I open to love by seeing things in a different light."
Lesson 22: "I enjoy experiencing my enemies as allies."
Lesson 23: "I see my enemies working for my success."
Lesson 24: "All things are working together for my good."
Lesson 25: "By letting go of guilt I teach freedom."
Lesson 26: "The future will bring far more good than I can imagine."
Lesson 27: "My inner voice guides me perfectly."
Lesson 28: "First things first creates the lasting."
Lesson 29: "I think of myself as a freedom zealot."
Lesson 30: "I see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil."
Lesson 31: "I emphasize areas of likely agreement."
Lesson 32: "I raise the world up from dictatorship."
Lesson 33: "I am serving the highest in the universe."
Lesson 34: "I release all resistance and all good rushes my way."
Lesson 35: "I campaign for non-retaliation and forgiveness."
Lesson 36: "I find ways to trick the trickster."
Lesson 37: "Nothing works like non-resistance."
Lesson 38: "There is nothing more powerful than an idea held in mind."
Lesson 39: "Liberty's light is the light of love."
Lesson 40: "I create liberty by joining with others."
Lesson 41: "I break the chains of bondage by listening inside."
Lesson 42: "Inner seeing shows me the way to freedom."
Lesson 43: "I plant positive associations in people's minds."
Lesson 44: "I experience invulnerability when I surrender outcomes."
Lesson 45: "I want nothing and gain everything."
Lesson 46: "I look inside for novel ways to sell liberty."
Lesson 47: "I make an offer which can't be refused."
Lesson 48: "My patience and common sense assure success."
Lesson 49: "I am in your service!"
Lesson 50: "I join Ayn Rand, educating spiritually!"
Lesson 51: "When I'm serving liberty I'm at my best!"
Lesson 52: "Yes!"

Introduction Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Lesson 6 Lesson 7 Lesson 8 Lesson 9 Lesson 10 Lesson 11 Lesson 12 Lesson 13 Lesson 14 Lesson 15 Lesson 16 Lesson 17 Lesson 18 Lesson 19 Lesson 20 Lesson 21 Lesson 22 Lesson 23 Lesson 24 Lesson 25 Lesson 26 Lesson 27 Lesson 28 Lesson 29 Lesson 30 Lesson 31 Lesson 32 Lesson 33 Lesson 34 Lesson 35 Lesson 36 Lesson 37 Lesson 38 Lesson 39 Lesson 40 Lesson 41 Lesson 42 Lesson 43 Lesson 44 Lesson 45 Lesson 46 Lesson 47 Lesson 48 Lesson 49 Lesson 50 Lesson 51 Lesson 52


fas-cism
noun
a socialist governmental system led by a dominant elite which seeks to control industry and commerce, and uses legislation and governmental decree to force Utopian programs on people.


free-dom
noun
one's natural state of being; a governmental system reflecting one's natural state, including voluntary funding and voluntary willingness to join and cooperate with minimal intrinsic rules, but with no programs of "good intention" forced on people "for their own good."



If you are newly waking up to your innate libertarian core and want to investigate deeper the underlying nonsense of the liberal-progressive religion of government worship, give yourself the pleasure of reading Ayn Rand's epic and masterful novel, Atlas Shrugged.



"God's laws will keep your minds at peace, because peace IS His Will, and His laws are established to uphold it. His are the laws of freedom, but yours are the laws of bondage. Since freedom and bondage are irreconcilable, their laws CANNOT BE UNDERSTOOD TOGETHER. The laws of God work only for your good, and there ARE no other laws beside His. Everything else is merely lawLESS, and therefore chaotic." -Jesus Christ in A Course in Miracles


Interesting factoid: for the last election year studied (1998) some of the highest percentage of votes for Libertarian Party candidates were for candidates who had been studying free of charge the lessons of: Course in Political Miracles

For a great discussion on Christianity vs. State Socialism see: Christianity vs. State Socialism



“I did not understand what made me free, nor what my freedom is, nor where to look to find it. Father, I have searched in vain until I heard Your Voice directing me. Now I would guide myself no more. For I have neither made nor understood the way to find my freedom. But I trust in You. You Who endowed me with my freedom as Your holy Son will not be lost to me. Your Voice directs me." (Prayer from A Course in Miracles)

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