How Entertainment Kills One’s Spiritual Link

As a spiritual person with a strong link to the Universal Spirit it leads and guides me throughout my life. The thing that quickly destroys that link is entertainment, particularly fiction. Whether people realise or not stories that come out of people’s heads are lies and they don’t work in the presence of God. Make-believe stories are the basis of religions and they don’t serve the Spirit.

The world is full of contrasts and evil while it is encased in black darkness. The entertainment industry is responsible for most of it, however, because of the movies; concepts; games; social media; toys; and other things, that are frankly garbage to watch or use and junk food for the brain.

One can’t live on junk food for very long before the body reacts to it. The loss of vitamins, enzymes, flavonoids, and essential nourishment soon sends it into a spin. The brain is no different. Feeding it junk from man’s inventions, especially in regards to entertainment, does the same to the body.

The darkness from not feeding it properly plays on every cell within it. Toxins build up, free radicals hook onto cells to change them into things like cancer, or other diseases, and depression also sets in. That’s when people look to drugs for assistance to help them recover. Some drugs work but the hard drugs hook people into addictions.

Gambling is another form of entertainment that destroys. There would be few who are unaware of how people steal to support their habit and many lost their homes and families because of it.

While the world worries about the pollution of the environment and the build up of toxins in the air they give little thought to the things they use for entertainment. They are just as deadly and are working to destroy the earth by the lack of care and knowledge that people pass over so they can get to the next entertainment venue.

Without their spiritual link they are lost in a frenzy of worry and strife that has no solution. The entire world is fast approaching the point of no return. Many would rather laugh it off, however, than do something about it. As long as they can forget their troubles for a while they can be happy again.

The Online Gambling Trap

Sports are particularly targeted by the gambling industry and bookies who make a fortune from outcomes. This has become such a problem that many can no longer tune into what used to be a nice experience. Anyone with a gambling problem has to curb their interest if they want to escape the temptations and players have also been caught rigging games in order to win a stake.

Tennis is something that most people enjoy and tournaments in their own country are great to watch. In Australia, however, constantly throughout matches there are betting suggestions flashed onto the screen. The current value of each player in the stakes draws people in. Many want to show how clever they are in picking winners and so they put their money where their mouth is.

Children are also observed taking bets from each other in school playgrounds during their own matches. The question is where does it stop. With easy access to online gambling the problem has snowballed.

Already we have many who are living on the streets because they lost their home, family, and jobs because of gambling. Others are under the care of psychiatrists and doctors to try to get away from the problem. That means they must not watch any event where the bookies are advertising if they want to heal themselves of the addiction.

While this is a free country and everyone has the right to advertise surely common sense has to be shown on the part of governments who allow this situation to continue. For people like me the interest in sports that used to be there has gone. While sporting teams are looking for public support and donations their interests are not being served by the gambling trap that surrounds their professions.