Change You Can Believe In
The little things are the all things.
In society at this point everyone knows smoking tobacco, eating fast food, drinking alcohol is bad. Yet millions do this anyway. And the price they pay is they murder themselves and millions of others. This acceptance of what is bad creates the environment for its continuation.
The immediate pleasure of the act of consuming such is what is real to them, the consequences down the road are not. They know its wrong to do such but they don't care. They know what is right, but they can't commit to what is right. So its meaningless to even know. This promotes a social reality in which people are murdered by the thousands yearly by such products. Yet just committing to stop promoting them by stop consuming them does not happen. The backlash against anyone who does believe such should be banned is heavy. Because the average person feels this to be a loss of personal pleasure and the selfish freedom to engage such, they are spiritually weak they would rather pay their poisoners for their own destruction in the little things . Your life and theirs for the petty pleasure of a booze buzz or a rush off tobacco. Most people need to feel the whip of the consequences before they will change.
Now think about this basic behavioural psychology of the masses of people for the small things and factor everything else in the social-political order of life going on.
There however was this one man, who realized that smoking was bad for him and his People as a young solider and threw his cigarettes into a certain river called the Rhine. He one day changed society and the world for the better. Because he committed to what is right on the little things so he committed to righteousness on all things.
Who was that man again.....
Swastika Awesome. It starts one step at a time.