How we conduct ourselves throughout our ordeals contributes to our character development.
Since this is more of a personal matter, than directly related to what I usually discuss on this blog, I’ll post my updates here.
Despite the renewed efforts of Marie Adler and her accomplices to use every unethical means to suppress my free speech – and the public’s right to know about their nefarious activities – not only have I re-posted my film on this small platform but it will also soon be available on others and, most likely, back on Youtube.
Additionally, more filmmakers from the US – and at least five other countries – have now contacted me regarding assistance with their own claims of being victimized by Adler.
I will be updating you on these developments…in due time.
As I previously said, Adler’s attempts to suppress the truth is all the more desperate and, ultimately…futile.
Plus, it’s rousing others to stand up for themselves too. So, while I said this was more of a personal matter, in truth we all face many kinds of difficult situations in life and it’s how we deal with them that is most important. We may win or lose in a given situation but it’s how we conduct ourselves throughout our ordeals, large and small, that reflects on, and contributes to, our character development.
As I recently discussed, here and here, we must perceive and recognize the reality of situations – and the commonality and equality of our “foes” – in the ongoing process, and drama, of life and our evolution.