15 Mar 2016 · 10:52
There are important questions about the history of things. Like: which is at a greater altitude, Seventh Heaven or Cloud Nine? I suspect the answer to that, is that it depends from which direction you are coming. Unless Seventh Heaven is ON Cloud Nine, in which case it wouldn’t matter with which you collided first. It would seem to me that both are places of interest that I would have added to my travel agenda when the time came for me to decide where in the world I would still most like to visit. That choosing holds true. A simple shift in the location of those places will not change the Nature of the Truth.
We should all have a bucket-list of interesting places we want to get to before we die. We should also have that all-essential fuck-it list of disinterest to remind us of exactly where we don’t want to go. In the long run, that fuck-it list is a great convenience, and it saves time. When we know before going where it is that we do not want to be, then we can with wholly open hearts expend our valuable energies on getting to exactly where it is that we DO want to be. Keep interest, guide your time wisely and our searching hours will never be wasted. Ever.
If you are not sure what your interests are, or when you need to find places of interest for yourself, try reading your planet through your heart. It will tell you where you still need to be and what you still need to see. Where you want to be is another important aspect to consider. Perhaps the wanting to be in one place and the need to be in another is why the discipline of Quantum Physics was given to scientists. Perhaps it is also why time travels as fast as it does. And time is no illusion. It is why it is possible to be in two places at one time.
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20 Oct 2015 · 15:03
When there are ears hung on a stick like a carrot, and you are expected to chase them like a superstitious idiot would – to get their message and send yours – do not involve yourself in the chase. In fact – set fire to the stick. And the carrot. And if there is any further doubt, set fire to yourself.
When you find ears that listen, but deliberately do not hear, cut those ears immediately from your circle of influence. You do not need them. Those ears are the ones that filter from the actual only the fantasy they want to believe. When you can only hear what you want to hear, you are really of little consequence in the big scheme of things. It is important to hear everything. You cannot pick and choose when it comes to suffering – if you are a decent human being. If you are not a decent human being, you may as well set fire to yourself in anticipation of what is to come. We cannot bother about people who only hear what they are told. We need those who hear what they are NOT told.
I would hazard a guess that those who ‘edit’ what they hear, or manipulate its message to suit their own agenda, will be hoisted by their own petard. i.e. their vain attempts to subvert another will explode in their faces and expose their lies. The thing to know is that when you blow ‘yourself’ up – or blow off ‘your’ door – your truth comes out whether you like it or not. That can be painful. You had better hope that you like – or are in favour of – your truth. If you are not, you will not last. It is that simple – given that ‘you’ – yourself – are deciding your fate. Be happy with your choices in life. They define you.
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06 Oct 2015 · 15:27
It is conventional in some countries for people to speak to each other about the weather as if it were a reference point in a friendly conversation. It isn’t. It’s the polite way of saying: I don’t know what else to say to you. That is the way with all small talk. It is projectile ineptitude and all those engaged in its futility are evidently acutely uncomfortable with silence of any kind. They need to fill the tranquility, the quiet, with pointless noise aimed at easing the awkwardness caused when they are faced with social situations in which they would rather not find themselves. Do not listen to that sort of noise. If you are genuinely interested in the weather, then speak of it with reverence. Do not use it as an excuse to make wasted conversation. Even the weather gets bored, hearing itself spoken about in the dead tones of those who chatter with empty heads.
The weather is largely unpredictable. It is set to stay that way. Forecasting is one way of finding out what is on its way, weather-wise. Forecasting has prevented many deaths this century. It is a valuable resource. It is tempting – given the research done and being done – to imagine that it is reasonable with practice to predict definite weather patterns or determine with certainty what the weather will ‘do’. You cannot decide what the weather is going to do. It has its own agenda to attend to. It is important to know that the weather we experience is impacted by factors that haven’t even happened yet.
The weather is quite often a phenomenon. It does not play favourites. It is what it is. It does what it can. The weather does not ask humankind if it would like a monsoon yesterday. It sends a hurricane when the winds decide the time is right and a monsoon on Tuesday if the rain says okay. That is its way. There is no reward for complaining about its diverse nature, nor is there respite from its less tender ministrations for those who will build their lives contrary to its guidelines. Nature will not be tamed. Not now, not then – and not ever. I – for one – am grateful for its changeability, its refusal to be capped by mankind. Nature is our very essence. Weather is its expression. No matter how frustrating it is for humankind, neither respond to punishment. Neither will be manipulated by public opinion. Neither care what curses are spat in their general direction. When there is Nature’s work to be done it gets done. The way you feel about how it goes about its business is neither here nor there, either. It does not work to impress. It works to get the job that needs doing, done.
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13 Jan 2014 · 18:51
In order for military force to be eradicated from this world, all the countries on the planet would need to be trustworthy. They are not. Can you imagine North Korea ever opening up and becoming trusting of the rest of the world? You cannot trust them to be open for one minute. They are paranoid. Scared of watermelons. And that is dangerous; it makes for reactionary, trigger-happy. Certainly they are not the only ones who do not trust in this world. In fact I do not think any leader trusts any other leader, really. I am not surprised. Each has their agenda to try and squeeze into the Universal schedule and it would seem that when time is measured, as it is, there is no space in the calendar for charity.
The best loyalty is that which develops through ongoing mutual trust. You cannot force loyalty. You cannot employ fear and expect to be shown loyalty. Ever. Fear may force allegiance, but it cannot force loyalty. At base-level, loyalty is what you want. It is what you need in this life. When it comes to loyalty, tread gently, respectfully. You are working with heart. You cannot force your heart. It should be said that a forced hand is not a happy hand. It may do your bidding, but it will not move to save you when the tables are turned. And believe me, the tables are always turned.
A forceful spirit is not what to aspire to. Please remember, spirit is gentle. Unless it gets extremely angry. Let’s keep the collective spirit, calm. Understand that because of the way we have all built Earth, force is occasionally necessary – to explain in this day and age to a mindset warped by violence – that violence is not acceptable. After countless experiments it has been established that this is the only effective measure (with the majority, the masses) in getting a violent mindset to stand down.
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