Looking at the cruelty can create anxiety and depression

This audio recording is for anyone that finds looking at the reality of this world distressing, leaving them with moments of anxiety and maybe even depression. This feeling can be exacerbated by the fact that only a small minority of human beings seem to share the same concerns as them, leaving them feeling small, out numbered, overwhelmed and controlled by people, governments and police forces that don’t even care about the suffering that is inflicted upon innocent beings – despite the false declarations of concern that these people put forth.

Sounds like a very sad picture I am painting, and if left alone in that awareness, it will stay that way, and potentially grow some very disturbing and unhealthy pathways of thought in the mind that can start to influence the nature of a persons identity and place within this world. There is a way out of this madness and it is only the people that care that can do this….


So acknowledging the cruelty is just a starting point. The next step is to understand the nature of human thought, how it works and manages our existence. Until you can find strength in yourself and face all denial in your own existence then you are effectively just redirecting your pain onto others with the ultimate justification – that being animal/human cruelty.

It is time we all understand what drives our realities and then attempt to unite in a place of compassion and honesty. So if you care about the cruelty, then dedicate your life to becoming bigger than your own fears and then you will be offering something that people can be inspired by and follow – until they can see it all for themselves.

A complete explanation of human thought is explained in my book The Insanity of Humanity which will be released on Nov 14th 2010 at the Vegan Festival Adelaide – in the meantime if you need more information now, then click on the following link Here you will find 8 phases into the journey of how to survive the insanity that is pervading this planet.



One response

  1. indeep27

    This is amazing. It’s exactly how it is. It’s how I feel all the time. Beautifully articulated like everything else on this site.

    January 24, 2012 at 5:37 pm

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