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"To me it seems that to give happiness is a far nobler goal that to attain it: and that what we exist for is much more a matter of relations to others than a matter of individual progress: much more a matter of helping others to heaven than of getting there ourselves."
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Thursday, May 28, 2009

Intermission: True Self

We are divine.
Don't give in to the false ego.
We resonate with the frequencies around us.
Its the self that is the greatest threat to humanity.
You gotta be aware, you gotta be aware.
What we hate in others, is what we hate in ourselves.
Our abuse stems from such hate.
A subconscience release, passing of blame.
Find out your life, yourself.
Humanity as a collective is one organism.
Let us put away false ego
the bureaucracies that destroy, 
then maybe something will get done.
Maybe a revolution of the mind will occur.
Maybe trusting in a falliable system was a bad idea.
Maybe being deceived by external influences
and even ourselves was a bad thing, wrong.
Maybe we can become one with our divinity.
Maybe the mistakes of our past can be recalled,
trashed and off the shelves and out of our homes,
of true life
of true liberty
of true love
and of truth itself
will be my constitution
my existence
my humanity
my evolution
my kingdom,
for our sake

Tuesday, May 26, 2009


[So far] I've concluded that there are three categories to this life.
Church, State, and Self.

One aspect to life is the aspect of state.
This encompasses the requirements of life deemed by others.

Unlike self,  there are many different ways to live out the state aspect of life.

It depends on what those around you expect out of you.
The government expects you to go to school, to work,
and to indulge in all other facets of American life.
Your family may expect you to carry on the family line.
Your spouse may expect you to be the ideal partner.

You also determine what the aspect of state means to you.
What do you believe to be required of you in life?
Actually, that's the main point.

The facet of state, regarding life, is what you try to fulfill because you believe its required.
Of course, its important because it shows who you{r self is} really are.
And even more so, the aspect of church does with possible extravagance.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Intermission: Liberty

We all hold the opportunity of liberty
In our hands is the choice of life and death.
A famous person whose name I forget said, 
"Give me liberty, or give me death"

Death is an ugly liberty, but a liberty nontheless

Any of us can free ourselves with the right technique.
Any of us can free each other with the right method.

Liberty is a beautiful thing,
but what will be sacrificed[?],
In our pursuit of happiness?

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Self II

So who then must we be?

Individuality is beautiful.
Love is just the same.
There are many virtues in this life that we should live up to.

But specifically if we must change in order to change this world then
we must be above the system, critical thinkers and the like.

We should not abnegate, but serve our fellow humans by who we are.
We must be able to try to understand and exhibit self control.
Our curiosities should be curiosities of good and
we must be people of purpose and resolve,
for the sake of humanity.

Thursday, May 14, 2009


[So far] I've concluded that there are three categories to this life.
Church, State, and Self.

One aspect to life is the aspect of self.
This encompasses the necessities of physical life,
as well as the thoughts that the brain processes.

This aspect is important because of its affects on Church and State.
Who you are determines your life [you experience] in this world

If anything in this world is gonna change, it must be done...
[not through the bureaucracies of state or the liberties of church, but]
...through a change in the aspect of self. We must change///

Saturday, May 09, 2009


Doubt is not something uncommon to any of us.
But to all of us, a lack of hope can be devastating.

Recently I've thought about us human beings.

I'm probably in over my head...
but my they destroy human nature?

Is it human nature to kill and destroy?
To hoard and starve?
To be ruled and to rule with corruption?

I was sitting in my school cafeteria with a type of detention stamped on my forehead. A group of three school officials were conversing, two men and a woman. Their conversation wasn't too bad...but it soon died down and a too familiar awkward silence penetrated the large, almost empty room. The woman was the first to break such holdup, and after her statement she smiled...not at what she had said, but that she had broken the silence itself.

I don't believe that the Gold Promise would destroy human nature.
I want to liberate the people, my goal is not to create some kind of totalitarianism, but to bring people to life without destruction, starvation, and corruption.

Our humanities will always exist imprinted in the cosmos of the future and foreshadowed in heavens of ancient.

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