Today’s delusion. Writ large and shouted from the rooftops.
A Wonderful Life? Seriously?
This lady is not just drinking the KoolAid she has one of those ambulatory IV’s mainlining it 24/7.
What would the world be like if there was no IAS?
Quite a few of the staff have been fortunate enough to watch at least some of our upcoming IAS event video. One-for-one everyone who has seen the event has been blown away by the truly unbelievable impact we are having in the fight against psychiatry, drugs, crime not to mention general well-being with the Way to Happiness.
What has been more interesting however is that several staff members have remarked, “what would the planet be like if there was no IAS?”. Great question, isn’t it? When you really take a look it does not take long to realize that without the IAS the world we live in would be way worse than what it is today, that probably the majority of the population would be on psych drugs and maybe worst of all, there would be no hope for the future. Remember the movie “It’s a Wonderful Life” when Bedford Falls turned into Pottersville because George Bailey had “never lived”? Anyway, you get the idea but take a minute and really look at this for yourself and then give yourself a big acknowledgment for being an IAS member.
This is really the reason you need to make sure you come to our IAS event this Saturday night at the Santa Barbara Org. You will get to witness first-hand the amazing successes and changes the IAS is making. Remember, it is you, me and us that make the IAS happen so it is really important that all of us are at the event to acknowledge what we have accomplished so far while at the same time look ahead to what we still need to make happen.
In case you haven’t heard the event starts at 7:00PM sharp (the event itself is less than 2 hours) and dinner will be served shortly after 6:00PM. So, if you haven’t do so already either reply to this email or give the Org a call at 963-8931 and confirm your seat. I really look forward to seeing you at the Org on Saturday night!
Lorin Burton, ED Santa Barbara Org