Breaking Down the Walls: How to Rise Above the Dividing Messages in Today’s World

It’s Monday, and I hope you’re feeling motivated and ready to tackle the week ahead. As a first step, I want to encourage you to write down your targets for the week. Identify at least three things that you want to accomplish, and make sure to write them down. This way, you can stay focused and chip away at your goals every day.

Speaking of the weekend, I hope you all had a wonderful Easter. As I was reflecting on this holiday and attending church, I couldn’t help but notice how much division there is in the world right now. Everywhere we look, there’s controversy, conflict, and chaos, with various organizations and groups aiming to divide people.

You see, creating controversy is a marketing tactic. When you pit people against each other, you create engagement, and organizations can use this to their advantage. That’s why there are so many messages and topics aimed at dividing people right now. They want to capture your attention, get you talking, and define you by these controversial issues. The sad truth is that there’s not a lot of money in uniting people.

So who are “they,” you may ask? Well, they can be big corporations, politicians, news organizations, or anyone who benefits from dividing people. But you have to remember that their narrative is false. As human beings, we are more similar than we are different. We all want to live rich, happy, and helpful lives, but we may not always know how to get there.

That’s why seeking counsel from older and more experienced people is important. We can learn a lot from those who have been through it all before. But even then, not everyone has the answers, and we may find ourselves turning to the wider world for guidance.

Unfortunately, the wider world is filled with division and conflict. It’s easy to feel isolated and alone when we’re bombarded with messages designed to divide us. That’s why I wanted to bring this to your attention on this Monday after Easter. As we head into spring and a new era, let’s remember that we are more alike than different. Let’s focus on what unites us rather than what divides us.

In conclusion, I want to remind you to write down your targets for the week, and to stay focused and motivated as you work towards your goals. Don’t get bogged down by the false narrative of division and controversy. Remember that we are all human beings with the same basic desires and needs. Let’s work towards a future where we can unite and support each other, rather than tearing each other apart.

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