April 21, 2006 at 11:29 pm #13139
I feel that if Martin Luther King had not been killed he would have turned his talents and energy over to the issue of classism and big business. Big business hides its self in freedom, religion, adn goverments. It is a system of our fears. It has become a favorite matrix through wich the ignored shadow self can exspress its self with great power. What world do you want to leave your children and grand children in. You have free will, and tomorrow is never prommised. We have done good work. We could do something great for our future. It will be hard work, but there is a time when you have to choose between doing what is right and doing what is easy.
“Most people think great God will come from the sky
Take away ev’rything, and make ev’rybody feel high
But if you know what life is worth
You would look for yours on earth
And now you see the light
You stand up for your right, yeah!
.” Thank you Bob Marley.
I would like to start with this talk Bill moyers gave to a group in greensboro North Carolina. http://www.ibiblio.org/wunc_archives/sot/index.php?p=613
Then I will get into the fundamentals that make up our most powerful system Capitalism. I hope to show you that if you are a person of virtue you could not stand to work with in the system of capitalism and that it must change. See you next post.
PS. I will be going into the fundamentals of the capitalist philosophy. I will try to show you its roots so you can se why it can only produce certain fruit.April 22, 2006 at 1:42 pm #13140
the will of fire is to please
(water inside of fire)
the will of water is to endure
(fire inside of water)
two different volts
there is no redemption for the will in water
it is to fully be
it is you
there is redemption for fire
thus it is said that when
you create an elemental
it is always good to determine its timely/spatial/causal release
failure to do so
evokes full emanation of fire that consumes all
and this is not the will of fire
thus it is hell of heaven
you are right and such is the will of outer fire
barely keeping the cool fire
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