Getting rid of your shame will help 9/11 truth.

Since 9/11 I have been forced to address the shame that I had inside me. I realized that I would have to get rid of that shame in order to be an effective citizen of change for this planet. The way that I got rid of my shame was by sharing things about myself that I was afraid to share in the past for fear of embarrassment with everyone in my life.

This approach worked, but it caused me some unexpected side effects which I wish I could take back. In light of that I would like to suggest two helpful books which should help relieve your shame without going through the trouble of sharing all of your embarrassments with others. The first book is "Feeling Good" by David Burns. I want to specifically point you to chapter 13 of this book. "Your Work Is Not Your Worth." Teaching yourself to do the "operationalization technique" will help you tremendously. If you don't want to read the whole book at least read this chapter. It could change your life.

Another book I would recommend is "A New Guide to Rational Living" by Albert Ellis. I would recommend any book by Albert Ellis, but this one is particularly effective in describing how to change your emotions by changing your thoughts.

"Advances are made by answering questions. Discoveries are made by questioning answers." - Bernhard Haisch, astrophysicist

If these fiends could deliberately blow-up office building while

thousands of innocent people were trying to escape, what could you have done that was so bad.

Good suggestions. I've seen

Good suggestions. I've seen with my own eyes people with "internal demons" of this kind walking around screaming at the "idiots" about 9/11. Like they say, "begin within."