Episode 118 – Our Fundamental Right To Exist with Mark Meuser

Released on March 31st, 2022

We are all born free. We feel it, in the deepest recesses of our hearts. Everyone, from the youngest child to the wise elder, is aware that their choices are their own, by right.

This our fundamental right to exist, to express our sovereignty in whatever way best pleases us, to go forth and move forward, to create a world in an image of our divinity.

And yet always there are those who seek to rule over others, who find themselves ensnared by greed and hunger for power. They exist at all levels, and within each of us as well, which is why once we have achieved liberation in our own lives it is encumbent upon us to resist. To fight back and bring liberation to the darkest corners of our society.

Individually we can shine like candles in the dark, but together, as one, we can create a critical mass of energy, a blazing inferno able to eradicate fear and purify our collective psyche.

That’s where the true power of spirituality lies, not in books and buildings but in people, in the deepest beliefs of their heart and soul.

When we have to face challenges, it is unity that will carry us through, to a brighter day and a better tomorrow. It gives us the courage to step forward, to go above and beyond, to harness a superhuman strength and take action.

Mark Meuser knows that this sense of solidarity with others and sovereignty within ourselves is the key to shattering the limitations society places on us. That’s why he’s dedicated his life, his time and his extraordinary intelligence to fighting back against any attempt to infringe on them, leading the fight for the most fundamental freedoms.

We can’t all be lawyers or hold political office, but we can all become leaders, and now is the time.

Mark Meuser is a native Californian and a small business owner, committed to serving you with honor and integrity.

Meuser’s unique training has taught him how to listen to people, formulate creative alternatives, and achieve workable solutions to real problems. Meuser promises to bring an innovative work ethic to Sacramento by offering a fresh perspective to the systemic problems of special interest legislation.