Posts Tagged ‘ conflict ’

Proud of War

Many Americans are proud of war. To me, that is shocking.

Business as usual

We pay an entity to handle our larger problems and situations. This entity thrives on our dependency and has found ways to exploit that. The wars they send us to fight are not our wars, yet we all die for them and continue to pay our taxes like were told. We vote for smiling faces of empty promises to feed us our latest trending fear. We do it again and again. It’s just business as usual.

Take No Side

There are opposing forces that stem from root sources and can not be defeated when viewed as an enemy. It takes a greater awareness to solve problems, and that greater awareness is not looking at things as enemies. It takes no side, but supports the optimum resolution. 

Clear the Air

I have writers block right now.  It is because what I really want to say is probably just too heavy.  I just feel like throwing my hands in the air while screaming and shouting like a madman.  I want to run around like a crazed lunatic breaking all kinds of precious little things that people flaunt and fight over.  I want to be the party pooper and kick everybody out of this drug house of prescription meds and synthetic substances.  I want to send a shock wave through the air to overload every device and television.  At that moment, when the air has been cleared, the drugs have lost effect, and all our little things are irrelevant, I want to say; take a look around man. 

Education Revelation

What if we completely changed our education system and made it to cater to individual strengths instead of forcing the same standard format education to all?  What if the focus was self awareness, conflict resolution, and academics?  Notice that academics was the last thing listed and that I was implying its level of importance in relation to the others.  If you do not agree, try thinking about what purpose each of those items serve.  Without self awareness you are open to be controlled without your awareness.  Not just by other people, but by circumstances and primitive triggered responses, such as a knee jerk reaction.  Without conflict resolution we will continue waging war after war with greater weapons of mass destruction each time.  Without academics we will…. somebody help me out here.

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