Does it seem like an insane world out there, every time you peek out? Does the constant drumbeat of negativity and despair on the news and via social media lead you to despair?
Have you been unfriended by people you know in real life because you posted something that offended their political sensibilities?
I lost the friendship of a good doctor recently.
He works in an emergency room.
That doc told me that at least once a month terrified parents bring their baby boys into the ED because of penile bleeding that won’t stop after circumcision.
But then this same friend got upset with me for posting that 1 in 500 baby boys suffer an acute complication from circumcision. That information comes directly from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
It’s an inconvenient truth that the doctor, who himself is circumcised and who also chose to circumcise his son, didn’t want to face. So instead of looking critically at this medical practice, he got upset that my post got so much traction on Facebook and he decided to unfriend me.
We live in the same town and run in several of the same circles.
Also awkward because we like each other in real life.
Has the world gone mad? Is it an insane world?
That is the question we’re going to consider together on December 14, 2019 in Ashland, Oregon. Join me for a morning of discussion and insight into “Finding Your Sanity in an Insane World.”
The event is part of the Architects of the New Paradigm Conference Series, which brings together the most accomplished visionaries and thought leaders to present fresh approaches to the world’s critical challenges. This is a blinders-off approach to the true scope and depth of today’s challenges, balanced with realistic and practical solutions.
Attendees will learn how we are being manipulated across the whole spectrum of society and learn how to take back control over their lives.
Joining me at the conference is Lori Lorenz, Marc Strauch, Daniel Sheehan, J.D., and moderator Will Wilkinson (who’s a fascinating person and amazing speaker in his own right).
Be sure to save your spot. It’s much cheaper if you buy tickets in advance, which you can do here.
And you never know. Maybe my doctor friend may be there too.