Do you feel the divide?

It’s been occurring all year but lately it feels more obvious. This divide is between the two broader perspectives of life, or rather the quality of how life is lived. On one side there are people afraid of a brewing end, they are glued to their televisions, stocking up on canned goods, pushing all of their problems and responsibilities onto others, all while in fear of their own mortality which causes various actions disguised as acceptable in the government eye.

On the other side, we are waking up to the lies and the mistreatment of all that we are apart of. We’ve been brainwashed to think bacon and eggs every morning with a large glass of cows milk is good for the body- only to know the truth that these things and many others were all plays made by the corporations that constantly attempt to control us. We see and feel the divide within ourselves to have empathy and love for other souls because they and we come from the same source energy- and yet the actions of some are so repulsive it’s almost better to remove yourself from their reach.

Whichever team you’re on, you’re still part of the whole – part of the universal consciousness. You belong just as much as the next person. So I ask you to wake up with the intention of looking within. Find who it is that you truly connect with, and build from there.

I understand that a balance must always exist between good and evil. In all its various forms. And that is why I remain empathetic. But it’s also why I continue to raise my vibration through what I put in my body, on my body, and what I allow my mind to consume

– WW

A Conversation with Andrew W.K. on Mental Health and How Music Keeps Him Sane

A Conversation with Andrew W.K. on Mental Health and How Music Keeps Him Sane

In the last two decades, the 38-year-old musician, born Andrew Fetterly Wilkes-Krier, has been nothing but honest about his need to find spiritual release through anthem-ready arena rock.

March 20, 2018 at 05:54PM

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A $1.6 billion Spotify lawsuit is based on a law made for player pianos

A $1.6 billion Spotify lawsuit is based on a law made for player pianos

Did Spotify really fail to pay artists to the tune of a billion dollars all the while losing money? Is digital streaming just a black hole that sucks up money and spits it out into the cold vacuum of space?

March 14, 2018 at 05:42PM

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