Week 29 of 52
May 5, 2013
Author & Copyright Owner, 2013: Nancy Eastman (goldenrule4everyone.com)
Real Past Events Can Teach All Of Us Important Lessons
Explore The Past, Explore What Really Happened, Explore How That Knowledge Can Help You Today
This week spend as much time as you possibly can investigating the past and events that happened back then. When? Any time prior to today’s world. This is absolutely the very best way to see factual evidence of the way people behave when certain situations arise in front of them. It also will show you what some people do to create events, to create situations, that other people will have to experience. You will find good and you will find bad and you will find some events somewhere in the middle between good and bad. Having knowledge like this will help you figure out how to deal with any situations that might arise in your current life. It will also help you spot truth and spot lies easier.
Knowledge is one of the keys to figuring out how to deal with today’s world and everything that is happening in it right now.
Start out this week by sitting down and writing a list of things you believe in and things you do not believe in. What do you think truth really is? What do you think deception really is? What do you think is important for you to know? What do you think is important for everyone else to know? Who can you trust? Who can’t you trust? Why?
Many people know at least some of the negative, bad, things that happened in Hitler’s time and Hitler’s world. However there are still some people out there that continue to claim that didn’t really happen and Hitler really wasn’t as bad as all that. You need to know truth and spread truth far and wide.
So Hitler was bad but the US is and has always been good? Wrong. Go back to the early days and look at some of that. I remember reading this quote that was said back in the early days of the US, “The only good Indian is a dead Indian.” Sounds a bit like Hitler talking about the Jews doesn’t it. So the Japanese attacking Pearl Harbor was really bad, but the US rounding up all the Japanese Americans on the western side of the US and putting them into guarded camps was not negative or bad? Some really negative things happened in the US back then, and of course some really negative things are happening today.
Knowing reality helps each one of us speak in positive ways and spread positive messages. Knowing reality helps us launch good proactive positive campaigns of many types, things that will help all kinds of people living in many different places. Knowing reality also sometimes helps us decide what we want to do with the rest of our own lives (and what not to do).
Looking through some of the old things will also show you some good things, people speaking out in positive ways. That is actually what got me started on this subject this week. As you explore the past, be prepared for some good surprises too. This last week I have been working on getting copies of a variety of videos. One video I discovered was what actually prompted me to go ahead and add a “Video” tab to GoldenRule4Everyone.com.
The first step in this Learning process this week is for you to go to the “Video” page on this website. I do not have the videos arranged in any specific order, so I strongly suggest that everyone scroll down through the entire page and see what I have listed there right now. I expect I will add more to that page in the future, but I do have a variety on that page now. Click on the link below and it will take you directly to that page:
There are many websites on the Internet that have a lot of historical information for you to explore.
The History Place – Holocaust Timeline
The History Place – Natives of North America
Banned Books Online
This website has a lot of information in it. I have not explored much it myself. I am listing it here because of the variety of information they have links to. You might want to take a look at this.
Chronology on the history of slavery in the US
Documents for the study of American History
Online sources for European History
Online Library of Liberty
World War II Articles
‘Can’t Ban History’ Mural Protests Arizona’s Controversial Ethnic Studies Ban
Nikola Tesla (Why weren’t we taught about him when we were in school?)
Civil Liberties (So what is happening today?)
I have just listed a few websites here to help you get started. I strongly recommend that you start with the video page here at GoldenRule4Everyone.com. Start at the top of the page and look at the first three videos I have listed there.
Plan on learning a lot of things that you did not know prior to investigating history on the Internet.
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