In the battle between free will human consciousness, and blind will parasitic a-consciousness, the battlefield is the mind of the host. And perhaps the deciding factor as to whether or not we will keep our free will, will depend entirely on how much we wish to keep it.
It was the perfect chance for a small group of people who said ‘they had no choice’, to prove that NO ONE CAN TAKE AWAY OUR CHOICE TO DO THE RIGHT THING. To stand up and declare that this kind of government intimidation will no longer be tolerated.
This fishing crusade is not for food. It is for thought. It is for our thoughts, our words, our actions.
This is what frightens me; what left a bad taste in my mouth before I was even born. What remains a problem to this day: We follow too easily. We forget too easily. We are too easily lured by pretty, empty promises.
We have chosen to create massive cities, filled with individual living spaces, designed to enhance personal space and independent living. For better or worse, it has allowed a new kind of breed to develop: The independent breed. A breed of hermits. Searchers. Explorers and adventurers. People who simply are not bound by the idea that dating and mating is the be all and end all of being alive.
When I look deeper, I see another symptom of class warfare. Why do I see this? Because even as I write this, I know that those who don’t take the bus probably don’t care about the situation. $2.25 is no different than $3.25 to some, but to others, it is the difference between being here or there.
With a heavy life decision in front of me, as I carefully consider my options, I am becoming clearer about the fact that it is not the outcome of my decision that I need to consider, but instead, the rather difficult reality that I have already made the decision; I just haven’t admitted it to myself yet.
Remember when you were a child, when you did something wrong, you might have had this feeling that if you told the truth about what you had done, you would get into trouble? Perhaps you chose to take the route of not talking, and hoping your wrongdoing would remain undiscovered. Perhaps you even had a […]
With regards to ‘defining the bully’, I think Frank had some really great points. What is a bully? I think he was right about the fact that a ‘bully’ is someone who persistently seeks power by taking away that of others; by making others feel bad. It is someone who has developed a pattern; someone who seeks to keep things imbalanced in his or her own favour. These tendencies – to be on top, hierarchically speaking – might be developing even earlier on and more aggressively in our ever-increasing, hyper competitive world, but they do not have to.
I believe that people are indeed suffering from imbalances. It is my contention, however, that these imbalances do not originate in the brain, but instead in the world around us. Further, I would argue that the mental illness epidemic is in large part a natural neuro-biological reaction to massive consumption of unnatural bio-chemical substances and paralysing toxic circumstances.