Focusing on the two holidays of Passover and Easter yesterday, I began stating some thoughts that are idealistic. I’ve decided a few things over the years, and although I’ve always been a Romantic in philosophy, even when I didn’t know what that was, I believe Romantics tend to idealism for a simple reason: there’s just no percentage in calculating all the what-ifs of deceitful Ego and those who are in leadership positions that have rejected Heart.
In other words, leaders making decisions based on Ego must account that everyone else is as duplicitous as they are and enact legislation, posit and develop policy concepts, and even innovate based on that assumption. That’s going to bring all down to their level, and that’s exactly where they want it. They desire the wealth, control, and power they derive from operating and leading based on Ego. Sad, sad individuals. Until it’s too late, they never even realize how much they have sidestepped and defeated their own purpose in coming here. And most of the time, they believe their own lies. Sad, sad.
However, a minority do not think like that. I will stick with idealism. I doubt I would ever be a thought leader. From what I see and have been told, if I ever sell 500 books, it will be more than expected. However, that will not deter me from writing and speaking my truth and my concepts.
I could and would not mind explaining, discussing, and elucidating the following ideals, but I’m not doing that here.
Some basic statements with little explanations, less justifications, and no apologies follow.
Governments of today must rule by Heart-principle in spiritual terms: life, light, liberty, happiness, and love, love, love. Yes, that’s a word that should be used in every governmental enclave in the world when making any decision. Anything less is Ego.
2. Education: Such a globally-oriented government doesn’t just happen; it begins with education of youth. Education is in a sorry state today, mainly because Ego-centered and -driven drones of oligarchs and power mongers learned long ago education controls the masses. They decided their Ego-principles should be promulgated by dumping and drilling it into the head of our youth. Then, to reinforce it, they threaten through testing. If tests can’t be passed, woe to the youth who will be limited for the rest of their lives. Bullshit, Ego Bullshit.
We need to redefine education: instead of dumping stuff into their poor empty little heads, we should be drawing out the essence of eternity with which we all arrive. My framework has always been to help students to collect enough knowledge, and only enough, to make connections, which includes analyzing, drawing conclusions, stating opinions, and a few other ideas. Then, with their thoughts, they create new knowledge.
When that occurs, bodies of knowledge will be sought and consumed at voracious levels, mastered and analyzed, connected to conclusions and opinions of learners, and new knowledge created: that should be the ultimate focus — no tests, no grades. Drawing out and helping students discover Heart is education redefined. Enough for now.
These two areas alone would refresh and rebuild society, the global society which must be our only concern or it will be the only reason for our destruction. Heart understanding and Self-awareness, spiritual awakening of the masses would eradicate common problems, problems generated by Ego. No one would be starving, lacking medical care, deprived of a comfortable living environment, or left without fulfilling employment that allows each in their own unique way to express their eternal essence.
I would enjoy living in a world like that. Oh, I know the objections to be raised, at least some. And it would probably help me to hear more to help me clarify and further develop ideas to help others discover.
Blessings, you wonderful discoverers!
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Questions to consider:
How many times have you asked yourself or simply thought about the following questions?
Who am I, really?
What is my truth?
How do my actions reveal what I really feel and believe?
What would I do with my life if I could do anything?
What is my passion?
Why am I here?
How can I discover answers to any of these questions?
If you have considered any of these questions, I hope that my experiences and writing will give you some guidance. Please read my blog and comment and share your thoughts. I would love to hear from you!