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Time’s Wisdom – Blog No. 17

Time's Wisdom

Wisdom evolves in the way all things that evolve, do.  That is its wisdom.  There is profound clarity in the statement:  ‘Wisdom is choosing now what will make sense later.’  That later – when it comes – will provide in its demonstration evidence of wisdom’s consistent evolution.  Wisdom trusts instinct.  Instinct stems from experience.  From time to time it bypasses instinct on its Wisdom Business of researching some learning and as such, focussing on the horizon, it trips over a growth node.  That Wisdom has tripped once (or so) is not of much consequence in the big picture.  In the big picture space has been made for tripping.  Besides, trip-wires are made to be tripped over.  It is how you fall that matters, and whether or not you get up.

It would seem that we do not all subscribe to the same Wisdom System.  That is a good thing.  I trust in what I trust, I believe what I do.  That is because I have time-trialed my years and let them come to their own conclusions.  It makes sense to work your learning to your advantage, given that true learning does not come easily.  Being ‘at an advantage’ does not – in this context – mean that you will find yourself in a privileged position through virtue of your learning, it means that you will find yourself in the perfect position to do what it is in your life that needs doing.  The degree of personal work you did with the experiences you chose to have determines your capacity to handle further learning.  Handling capacity is what further learning is all about and a life without further learning is pointless.

Naturally, Time’s Wisdom flies.  If it was always to walk, it might miss some of its own most important points.  It is important to understand that although Wisdom is conveyed by every language on the planet it does not rely on verbal communication.  That is why the link between Wisdom and instinct is a strong one.  Some things you know.  And when you know that you know them, then is when you learn the extent of your experiences’ evolution.

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Floored – Blog No. 11

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Being floored can be a stressful event for certain types of people.  For others, it is an essential experience – hence it is regarded as one of Life’s greater pleasures.  It is preferable to be of the latter type, unless you have no choice, in which case you simply deal as best you can with the hand you have dealt yourself.  Stress is a serious disease.  As is bitterness, hatred.  It is a shame for those who are floored with a heart filled with hatred because their longevity depends on their ability to get grounded in Love.  Love does not invite hatred into its sacrosanct space.  Ever.  In fact it chases hatred right out.  That is its way.

There is a technique to a perfect flooring.  It takes practice.  Landing takes practice, too.  In some instances the floor will be there for you when you fall – in others, it won’t.  Be sure you do not need a floor if you haven’t got one, otherwise you might find yourself landing badly.  It is possible on the odd occasion to floor yourself.  This is the best position in which to find yourself because a personal flooring is quite possibly the best learning curve, ever.  Tripping yourself up, on the other hand, is not advisable.

When you floor something – or someone – properly, the reason behind said flooring becomes immediately apparent.  You do not question the reasons.  You accept your grounding with good grace and you take gratefully the lessons that are learned when your head hits the deck.  When your body hits the deck you best hope that you did not have far to fall, else it will hurt.  It is like that with unplanned landings.  Once landed, floored, grounded, it is advisable to get straight back up.  You know what they say about getting back on track – the sooner you pick your lip up off the floor and stiffen your resolve the more likely you are to begin getting where you think you are going.

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Common sense – Blog No. 34

Common-Sense

You have a common sense.  Be daring and use it every day.  I am sure people are afraid of common sense.  There are so many terms and conditions applicable to almost every transaction made these days because people have to be told how to think.  They do not know how to distinguish between safe, and unsafe, it would seem.  There has to be a label on every label to make sure people understand the most basic things.  What has happened to simple living intelligence?  What are schools teaching children if it is not to think for themselves?  What have parents been teaching their children, if it is not to think for themselves?  Perhaps the hysterical labelling on every product is due to the billion dollar litigation business that happens globally, where the cases are often settled in favour of the customer who is suing an organisation for their ‘negligence’.  Litigation is largely out of hand.  You do not sue the council if you trip over a cracked pavement.  You watch where you are walking.  Blaming is a big part of this planet’s culture and it is not productive.  It teaches people not to be accountable for themselves.

Think about it.  Common sense should prevail in every situation in which you find yourself.  It should be well-developed enough to get you from A to B without you tripping over your own indecision.  A common sense is inherent.  You must just tap into it.  Instinct and common sense are very good partners, when your common sense is well-developed you can act on instinct and be pretty sure that your outcome is going to be favourable.  I suppose common sense is like the jury in a judge-and-jury system.  It is a round-up of thoughts, of considerations, of estimations, in order to provide the most effective course of action for you to take when faced with a dilemma of any sort.  Using common sense always has favourable results.  Always.  Common sense comes from the experience of centuries.  It is worth finding for yourself, and using.

Common sense is like the safety on a weapon.  Without it on, fatalities happen.  They may not, but they can.  It is better to have 0% chance of fatalities.  Apply your safety.  Use your common sense.

 

 

 

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Falling – Blog No. 29

Falling-AliceYou fall in love.  You fall back.  You fall asleep.  You fall behind.  Falling is a sensation.  Because of gravity and your senses, you can appreciate how falling feels.  It depends on which way you are falling as to the pleasantness of your experience.  Falling in love is extremely pleasant.  As is falling asleep.  Unless you tend towards nightmares, in which case falling asleep can be hell.  Falling short is usually a disappointing experience and is best avoided.  It is possible to avoid falling short if you plan properly in life.  Falling back is occasionally necessary.  When it comes to safety, falling back becomes serious.

Falling snowflakes.  Falling petals.  Falling tears.  Each has its beauty.

Alice fell into Wonderland.  She maps it, still.  So it is not to say that falling must be frightening, or that such will yield disastrous results.  Sometimes, falling takes you exactly where you need to be.  A fall from grace for instance, may sound like the end of the world.  Perhaps it is only the beginning.

 

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The Animal Kingdom – Blog No. 25

The Animal KingdomThere is a vocation.  A calling.  It is called Investigator of Kingdoms.  It is all-encompassing.  When you are required to make an informed decision you need to gather all the information.  That means checking the ins and outs of every kingdom.  There are a great many, The Animal Kingdom but one.  Ask people who game.  In part they are all investigators of kingdoms, some of them extraordinarily adept at what they do.  Ask people who save animals for a living.  Theirs’ is a kingdom.  Ask people who have crowned money their king.  They belong to a kingdom, too.  There is even a point in asking a murdering savage why he does what he does.  He will say because he wants to.  What can you say to that in a free world?

The Animal Kingdom belongs to Nature.  That is the first – and easiest – thing to understand.  Man, too – belongs to Nature.  Woman, belongs to the Sun.  Notoriously possessive, the Sun is a formidable opponent.  His shield is virtually impossible to penetrate.  The Sun shields the Virgin.  That is the second thing to understand.  If you will reach her sanctity you must brave fire.  In the Animal Kingdom you will find carrion.  What else does the wild feed upon?  The stench of death does not deter them from feasting.  You will find bones, thrown here and there.  Everywhere.  Then you will find hyenas.  They shriek and eat bones.  Vultures abound, too.  They tidy up nicely.

The Animal Kingdom impacts a lot of pain.  Their pain – generated almost entirely by humans – is revisited upon the planet for the humans to experience.  The randomness with which sudden death appears to consume people, for instance, is no different to the randomness with which hunting humans seem to choose their targets.  Right.  You.  Bam.  Most hunting humans do not say sorry when they kill.  Nor do they say thank you.  They should.  It gives them headway when they become the hunted.

 

 

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Productivity – Blog No. 82

productivity_analysts_sjpg1330When are you most productive?  When you are doing something you like, or when a whip is at your back.  Both methods work.  For some, deadlines motivate.  The chase to the end, motivates.  For others, the push is in an obligation, a feeling of being responsible.  Why is it that some people feel the need to do something about the state of this planet and others will not be bothered?  It is time to kick these sleeping people out of their beds.  I am tired of hearing the old story that it is no one’s job to bring the humans along, kicking and screaming.  That it is no one’s job to force them to wake up and take stock of where they are so they can decide where they want to be.  Who made up that story?  The same people who sit on the sidelines and watch this world implode?  Too bad for the silent fence-sitters.  The story has changed.

You are productive when you are driven, inspired.  If you lack inspiration, what can you do?  You can search for new experiences.  If you are averse to new experiences you must ask yourself why.  What is this need to live a traditional life?  Why are there not more pioneers?  Life is a construct.  Construct a model that works.  Why are there inflexible missionaries striding around making noise about choices?  Just because another’s choice is not yours, you cannot condemn it.  Do not hide behind God and shout about what is not right in his eyes when you have no idea what he likes and what he doesn’t.  When last did he pass comment on the way humans behave?  Does he even care?  The problem is that people are still whispering the same Hail Mary the priests were prescribing last century.  It works no better now than it did then.

Be productive in your thinking.  There is no point dreaming up doom and gloom for yourself.  Take your thoughts and modify them to include new possibilities that will improve your life.  Know that a productive life is a life well-lived.  However you choose to live well, is up to you.

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Limitations – Blog No. 50

1001052_393339104104509_1687252269_nYou create your own limitations.  Break with your tradition of thinking and remove the worn out ideas – your core ‘staple’ thoughts – to free up space for a new world-view.  It is time.  There is not time any longer for being overly precious about your angers and your hatreds – you must see each one, face to face, and then let it fly.  It is time to let go of your toxic thoughts.  Write them on paper and set fire to them.  It is cathartic watching the flames.  I suggest you do not get too sentimental about your letting go, either.  Clean up your head willingly, it can only help you.  Your thoughts contain your future, they are the building blocks of your existence.  Make them strong.  Positive.  And think big.  Dream of a world where there is more peace and tolerance, more respect and goodwill, compassion.  Expect that world to materialise.  But first – remove the boundaries you set for yourself by addressing your own negatives.  When you can look at your negative behaviours and your destructive behaviours and understand why there are times when you act (seemingly) to sabotage your own life, then you will find yourself closer to knowing just who you are and how powerful your nature is.  Your nature is essentially what you are. What you are is not the same as who you are.  You must know both.  That is why being natural is important.  It shows respect for your beginnings.  If you cannot be easy in your natural state you are missing out, it is a peace like none other.

This world has a self-consciousness that needs exploring.  Perhaps there are too many mirrors?  Perhaps it matters too much in some places how you present yourself to the planet.  But in these places where picture-perfect matters the people can be left to themselves, they are all aspiring to be the same object – so they become one and the same and no one needs to worry.  Narcissus looked first to himself and last, at himself.  When you have a mindset that understands shopping for a living, celebrity-worshipping and very little else it is harmless in the larger scheme of things.  These people do not contribute to our days.  Their attention is focussed elsewhere and their heads are empty.  In fact their free space is legendary.  It is when these people speak shit that we have a problem.  Their thoughts are very easy to deflect but their words cause a nuisance.  There are too many ignorant people speaking hatred with authority and that is a problem in our western world.  How many people these days read more than the daily tabloid?  You cannot get anywhere in life by reading the tabloids.  Please.  Fill your head with relevant facts.  Who this woman is who slept with 30 men in her quest for fame is not a relevant fact.  Lazy people do not bother to read about the state of their own futures in the hands of the dodgy politicians they put in power – either through voting, or NOT voting.  There is no excuse for not voting.  None.  Lazy people do not bother to read about what state their world is in, how their natural world is shrinking.  There is no time for laziness in our current climate.  We need to make a statement against the way things are.  We do not do that by avoiding taking responsibility.  We all become informed – even one new piece of information each day.  That way – you are growing your awareness and you are forming opinions.  It is natural.  You will have an opinion one way or another on this thing, that thing.  It is interesting hearing your own opinions.  You must feel how it feels to believe something.  You will know how it feels.  There is a power behind your idea, your ideas.  You cannot pretend to yourself to believe something.  And don’t worry about believing everything you read – you won’t.  You have discernment and you are equipped to use it.  Check your sources and find reliable facts with which to build your understanding of what is happening to our world.  Trust your opinions but do not force them on other people.  Suggesting is always better.  Put your opinions up against the opinions of others and see how your thinking measures up.  Together we can find a way to make the people who hold power, listen.  It is all in the way you ask them to hear you.  You cannot be unresponsive to an appeal made in earnest, with pure motivation.  It would be to go against the spirit of living and violate our right of abode as citizens of Earth.

This world needs to recognise that limitations are impractical.  If you can conceive of not succeeding then you have the wrong goal.  What is the point wasting time on following to conclusion something that you, yourself, do not believe in?  To have doubts is natural, healthy, it keeps you from complacency.  But do not consider failure before you consider success.  Then you will fail.  You have to be able to stretch your perception to include the possibility that you have everything you need to get you to your best.  Who you are – at this exact moment in time – is enough.  Trust your experiences – always.  Trust your innocence – always.  If you manage your life effectively you will find that you develop your innocence rather than allow it to be lost.  You feed your innocence and learn from experience.  It is easy.  Trust your inner child for guidance.  It knows what to do.  If you have not yet made the acquaintance of your inner child you ought to make your introductions, soon.  Your inner child uses pure motivation.  You can learn a lot from watching its decision-making.

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