When I suggested the exercise to make a list of what don't you want, to tease out some distinction of the self, I expected that people will get to a place where their real colors will show.
I was sorely disappointed, and disturbed by what actually showed up: people only having ANY real concern for themselves, and even those concerns were not high-minded.
Upon reflection, I can see that it's no wonder what is happening in the world.
Here are a few quotes that will show where and how the world is going... due to that narrow cone of vision, due to the survival/scarcity mindedness, low vibration of nearly everyone on earth.
Benjamin Franklin said, "Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are." Continue reading "It’s no wonder what is happening in the world…"
I am reading an amazing and disturbing book.
Like yourself, I also prefer to look at the pretty, the beautiful, the harmonious, the happy... but if you want to tell the truth, there is not much of that, at least where humans are involved.
Of course I can't avoid it... no matter where I go, no matter where I look, some horrid inner turmoil of some person, wholly unrelated to what I am doing, is taking over my body. Ugh.
And then there are the people to whom I have to connect. You are not pretty inside.
The book, Stanislaw Lem's is the chronicles of a 25th, maybe 27th Century man, I. Tichy... who visits planets, who time travels, and chronicles.
The horrors he relates to with deadpan seriousness is the future of the attitude we have on Earth.
Desire for the Self alone... disregarding the whole... narrow cone of vision.
Continue reading "Why is the future of the planet the way it looks… ugh…?"