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A Liars Most Useful Tool



Trust is not the enemy. 

Trust is married to Love, and together they are raising Happiness.

Trust enriches the environment and requires your protection. 

Which is why Trust is a high value target.


In holding Trust hostage until your demands have been met; you are, in essence, kidnapping the possibility for Love and Happiness to have a full life. 

 
Happiness is an innocent bystander and extorting demands from Trust in the name of Love makes you a terrorist. 

Why frame Love for a crime Love did not commit?


Because Terrorists are angry, fed up, confused and desperate to prove to the world what they believe & often they leave pain and devastation in their wake. 

They effectively use Trust as a negotiating weapon to exact revenge from a fragile Love and fractured Happiness. But Terrorist never act alone. There is a recruiting campaign preparing Weakness and Deceit to ride side saddle in the battle to destroy Trust.


Which is why we must all train to be undercover Agents for Change.

Agents are strategically deployed to survey each situation individually. 


We learn the lay of the land before making any moves. We blend with natives studying Culture and Language. We gain Trust which makes Love comfortable enough to raise Happiness unfettered.

These tactics are not used to trick or entrap Trust; they are employed to appreciate the best and worst practices of Trust. Based on expert training, an undercover Agent of change can quickly expose Weakness and Deceit. 


These enemies must be neutralized on the highly volatile, and uniquely dangerous mission to release and return Trust to Love and Happiness.

Seasoned and experienced Agents routinely close out missions; report findings; then retreat and relax before successfully accepting another mission. 


In the War on Trust you will be drafted. 

Which side will you choose? Agent or Terrorist?

About The "SoKey" Experience

Each morning I wake I pour myself into a goblet, slowly inhaling the scent of my own faults, swirling them around the glass, allowing them to breath, then I sip, allowing my own inconsistencies to soak my tongue before swallowing. If I am tipsy from my own frailties - I'm less likely to become drunk on yours. -SoKey (introspection)

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