“The truth is, one cannot believe in authority and be free, because accepting the myth of government is accepting one’s own obligation to obey a master, which means accepting one’s own enslavement. Sadly, many people believe that begging the master, via political action, is all they can do. So they forever engage in rituals which only legitimize the slave-master relationship, instead of simply disobeying the tyrants. The idea of disobeying authority, breaking the law, and being criminals is more disturbing to them than the idea of being a slave.” -LR


What good is it for someone to gain the whole world, yet forfeit their soul?

2 Timothy 4:7

I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.

If you fast forwarded to the end of your life, is this what people will say about you?


“Anything that refreshes you without diminishing, distracting or destroying the final goal is a legitimate pleasure. Any pleasure that jeopardizes the sacred right of another is an illegitimate pleasure. Any pleasure no matter how good if not kept in balance will distort reality or destroy appetite. All pleasure is bought with a price; for the legitimate pleasure you pay before partaking; for the illegitimate you pay after partaking.” -RZ


“Whatever weakens your reasoning, impairs the tenderness of your conscience, obscures your sense of God or takes away your relish for
spiritual things in short if anything increases the power and authority of the flesh over the spirit that to you become sin however good in itself.” – SW