Inherent Unity

How many amongst us really want to do good in this country? Could it be that there is a little bit in every single one of us that wants to stand up for the causes that are right, and just, and follow through in trying to make a change in this world? Does that exist in you?

I cannot shove this knowledge at you and expect you to listen to me. After all, your own heart is what you are going to listen to. And rightly so!

I have no doubt that the responses to this will be few. Who really wants to listen when it comes to hearing about all of this sour death and destruction slowly taking over and defeating lives, some of whom, you know, others you know have families and friends who will surely miss them. Does it not tug at your heartstrings, even a little?

What is it that YOU know to be right, and just?

Can we simply shove all of this under the rug, pretend it’s really not happening? I say no! There are too many things that we don’t know about when it comes to our governments, our world, society, politics, foreign affairs, etc. Is it just in our nature to trust our government? What if we can’t? Wouldn’t you like to know?

Quote, V for Vendetta: “If our own government was responsible for the deaths of a hundred thousand people… would you really want to know?” and “When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty.”

Do you fear the government?

And I quote president Kennedy, here: “Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and success of liberty.”

Oppose ANY foe. Let us not forget that the reason we are allowed to bear arms is so that we may rise up against a tyrannical government, if necessary. And THAT is written in the bill.

Now, I’m not saying we need to kill them at all, but all the same, there need to be changes made, and for some reason, no candidate is quite taking the cake on that. I see no phenomenal candidate running in 2012. In fact, I see two puppets dangling from invisible strings.

Why is it that the same people keep on running our government over and over?

Our economy is shit, the rich only get richer, the poor get poorer, and it is you and I, the common folk, who is always suffering.

Our medical coverage is a joke, 95% of first world (as opposed to ‘third world”) countries have free medical coverage for all of the citizens.

Why is it that we call ourselves in America “First World” if we are on third world standards on more than one aspect?

We don’t have money!
The government has money!

And where is it going? Can some one please make the funds available to the government public? WHAT money?!

Something seems out of place hereā€¦ it’s not right that we can’t get a college education without first applying for government aid, possibly not qualifying because we are legally bound to our parents’ tax information until the age of twenty-four!

Again, “first world,” pfff. Why is knowledge not free? Oh yeah, that’s right. Because knowledge is power.

We could be more cultured as a country, we would be smarter, in general, and able to do things that stimulate our economy. We could invent things, or simply get better jobs. There’s no end to the benefits from universal education.

So is it safe to say that it appears that the government wants to keep you stupid, and/or blind to the atrocities?

They dumb you down with delta and theta waves in your televisions, using media to coerce you into believing you are not one with everything around you, convincing you that you have no divine personal power, to make you feel ugly and used, the list goes on. (NOTE: I, personally, think you’re fantastic.)

And tell me, what are the rules of engagement necessary to earn your respect and ignite the love in your heart to feel compassion for the awful things going on in this world?

I think you all know what you would like to see happen in this country within the next 10 years. Now utilize that goal and strive to make the difference happen. It is somewhere in every heart, and soul. All we need now, is UNITY!

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Inactive Activism

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about joining some activist or human rights group. The whole idea seems to be a double-edged sword, sort of “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” situation.

What I mean by that is, on one hand, you’re helping the world – aiding the world in some way, being and feeling useful, doing things for the “greater good.”

This, I find to be completely spiritually profitable.

On the other hand, by buying into the mechanism of helping, you are adding to the problem by acknowledging its existence.

If quantum physics says “thoughts are things,” then ideally, you’d want to stray away from being part of a problem’s manifestation, right?

This is an interesting paradox for me. My powers of manifestation have always been incredibly strong. I think it gets down to fear.

Fear of manifesting the problem rather than manifesting its solution.

The inevitable consequence of NOT doing something, I find, is FAR more hazardous than simply acknowledging that there is a problem in the first place.

Then there is the inevitableĀ  predicament of what organizations are out for evil and, subsequently, what organizations are out for the greater good.

Even organizations like, say, “The ZeitGeist Movement,” seem very extreme.

But there were even scarier individuals, such as Alex Jones or David Ickes. Alex Jones is the proprietor and voice of infowars.com. and David Ickes is a raging lunatic that believes that reptilians are running the government.

No doubt that it’s hard to know where to instill your faith.

I mentioned in a previous post that I always wanted to join the Peace Corps when I was growing up. But even that organization has its flaws.

For now, I’m content being a vigilante for justice and liberty using tactics such as composing both, long winded, seemingly and arguably pointless blogs, and provocative, and borderline progressive music.

Love and Light!