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Someone recently said I was crazy for expecting people to adopt the Law of the Land Handbook in lieu of the U.S. Constitution.
Imagine for a moment — you have a swimming pool at your house and you give me permission to swim in it whenever I want. I think, wow, what a great friend. I feel pleased that you recognize me as trustworthy to always swim responsibly in your pool.
Now, then, you come over to spend a few nights at my house and casually give me permission to swim in my own pool. I think that’s kinda strange but say nothing because, after all, we have a trusting relationship. The next day you give me permission to open my refrigerator and take anything I want whenever I wish. Again I think that’s odd, but I say nothing so as not to create any sort of confrontation. Then as I leave to go to work the next morning you tell me to try to be home by such-and-such a time because you’ll have dinner ready then. And I say okay. This goes on and in this manner you gradually take control of my life. And I say nothing because I don’t want to ruin a good friendship.
You may think this scenario seems unrealistic, but it’s not. Just look at the Bill of Rights.
Understand something: Any time someone gives you permission to do something, they are assuming authority over you.
Natural Law as presented in the COURT OF AGES Law of the Land Handbook doesn’t provide a set of permissions or rights. It describes our role in keeping the world viable. It is a set of responsibilities, not permissions.
If we accept our responsibility, we thrive. If we reject it, we experience the natural consequences of our irresponsibility such as we see happening today.
The appropriate action should be obvious. Switch to Natural Law. If your county or state or town has not yet switched, you can do so by holding a referendum. Here's the ballot: https://tinyurl.com/4tbeae7j Copy and spread it everywhere.
Please enjoy scenes from my Walk for Natural Law over the last few weeks.
This is not the sort of walk across America where the goal is not necessarily to arrive from point A to point B. It’s a new lifetyle, for now, where walking allows time and space to meet the ground and the sky, and the people who dwell in between; and through the process, introduce America to Natural Law.