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Stuck in the Field of Battle

We are dealing with many new things coming to light in this lifetime. 

We will choose whether to understand or to condemn what is new to us or what seems out of place or wrong. 

We have had sides for as long as we know which gives creation to battlefields.

This is because balance must persist in harmony with our actions.

By choosing sides balance must persist with an equal degree of opposition.

Now it is time to find ways to bring the sides together (not just in battle) and see it as a formula, knowing that energy does not dissipate, it only moves.

Choosing sides will not make the other side less real.  It is like pain or fear, you have to face it or it will just get louder and louder.

Be humble and curious rather than righteous and condemning and you will find yourself free of the battlefield.

The Nature of Peace

In fighting death

We destroy life

Crowding the battlefield

In search of peace

When peace is a place

far from the battlefield

far from justice

far from blame

far from right

far from the reasons to fight, to fear, to condemn, to control

It is found within

With the absence of fear

It is an art

Not a science

It is passive

Not aggressive

It is health

Not medicine

It is a way

Not a fix

It is a solution

Not a cry for help

It comes from neither victim nor persecutor

And the nature of peace, or the absence of fear, is completely insane and nutty to binary logic so it is best to not look outside for it.  Good luck and know that you are on your own.  On your own, fearlessly empowered to find what the world would lead you away from.

-Travis The Traveler

War is Insane!

Faith in war is beyond any measurable superstition. The results show, to our surprise, that anything we declare war against responds with an equal and opposite reaction. The more we attack it the stronger it becomes. This is true with terrorists, disease, pests of agriculture, racism, etc. The problem is not that something exists, but that we do not understand its existence.
Why is science not mentioning this phenomena? Why do we continue to wave our blades to destroy the wind created by our blades?

Sacred Strings

The string pulling war is being waged with more noise than ever before
Hold your strings sacred now
Do not try to even a score
Lest we be consumed from the core.

– Travis the Traveler

Three Step Plan

The moment you become dependent on anything outside of your own labor and lifestyle in order to survive

you are a slave.

The moment you invite public messengers to determine your environment and state of concern

you are a zombie.

The moment you compromise your personal morals in the name of fear and confusion

you are dead.

What Happens to a Society

“A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.”

-Anonymous Greek Proverb

What happens to a society where the old men hoard wealth and wage wars to insure the merit of that wealth?  What happens when the common folk admire and aspire to that wealth and intend only to grow these things which generate their own dependency to an addiction without substance?  This society is falling and these old men know that.  These old men gave you a choice.  You decided and they do not intend to fall with you.

Here is a clue:  Ask yourself if all of the modern solutions for better living are luxuries to you or necessities?  Would you die without your electricity, your plumbing, your medications, etc.?  Is it true that no matter how much is given to you as a species that it can never be a luxury?  Will you always require more when given more?  If so, then why should you have any more?  Everybody is on life support whether they know it or not.  Incapable, inadequate products of a choice to seek convenience over experience reduce the gift of life to nothing more than a nuisance to the self righteous perspective of the entitled.

They say the politics of war are complicated…

It is simple to me.  It is not about the data and half truths that are fed to the masses.  It is about the broken perspective which is easily manipulated by the reasoning of fear.  That perspective perpetuates and solidifies the reality it fears.  Everybody dies eventually, but somehow survival is a concept based on flesh rather than mind/spirit….  I find that disturbing and backwards.  But there is no room for philosophy in these games because fear won’t allow it.  Sacrifice your mind and morals to keep the flesh which is kept busy serving the complex which generates the fears…  I would rather be blown to bits.

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