Lin Wood’s Messages (on Telegram) on Trust, Truth, Simplicity & Common Sense | Jan 18, 2021

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Jan 18, 2021 2:06 PM EST
Please allow me to remind you that @LinWoodSpeaksTruth is my authentic Telegram channel. Other channels using my name are fake. I am aware of at least one fake channel @linwood. 

I did not post any information about Michelle Obama and I did not post any photos of JFK, Jr. Beware of disinformation and misinformation. I only post on Telegram on this channel. Thank you. – Lin
Jan 18, 2021 12:09 PM EST
We are all searching for truth-givers. We are all struggling to find out who we can trust. Some suggestions:

1. Trust God
2. Trust President Trump
3. Trust our military
4. Trust those who have earned your trust from the body of their life’s work (understanding we are all imperfect)
5. Trust your common sense
6. Trust your instincts
7.  Trust yourself

More to follow today on each of these elements of trust. Stay tuned!

Stay calm & steady. Speak truth. Be fearless.

God bless all. 

– Lin
Jan 18, 2021 12:24 PM EST
Trust simple truths. Simple truths are simple truth. 

Truth is incontrovertible. It does not change.

Truth always ultimately prevails over lies.

Good always ultimately prevails over evil.

God is great. God is good. God is truth.
Jan 18, 2021 12:56 PM EST
We have complicated our lives in so many ways. All we ever needed to do was to keep it simple. 

When something is complicated, it is harder to understand. If something is hard to understand, it is hard to know what to do. 

Keep it simple.
Jan 18, 2021 1:34 PM EST
My suggested rules of common sense:

1. If something makes perfect sense, it is perfect truth.

2. If something makes sense to you, it is almost always true. 

3. If something does not make sense to you, it is usually a lie but is at least less than the whole story. Search for the missing parts of the story to learn whether it is truth or a lie. 

4. If something strikes you as nonsense, it is nonsense. It is a lie.

I used these rules as a trial lawyer. I focused on exploring the statements that did not make sense. That is where I focused discovery and examination of witnesses in an effort to find the whole story to determine if it was true or false.

Never check your common sense at the door.

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