I vent ideas here.  Please forgive me for my inability to write or any misspellings.

 

 

Perfection.

Perfection in perfection is obtained by the perfect understanding of a life without it.

 


 

Tradition and Customs.

Tradition and customs interfere with ideas and thoughts.

 


 

Morality is an Evolution.

Morality is an evolution regulated by compassion and self evaluation.

 


 

Personality.

Personality is a reflection of the environment rather con-formative or rejective.  Once the environment changes so too does the individuals personality, again to the individuals choice to conform or reject the environment.

 


 

Spirituality.

Spirituality is the natural enhancement of life meant to complement the logical abstract mind in enhancing the imagery of a hard brutal world.

 


 

Mind in Poverty.

Understand your poverty inside your social and moral community that will attempt to show you equality in an unequal environment.  The dragging of feet to help those in need is meant to benefit those without such problems, or to not shine a light on the shame of those who fear to stand up.  We are the children of our laws, and like a child we tend to say “well mom said it’s ok so it must be ok”.

In the end we’ve always known what the right thing to do is.  A mind in poverty is a mind that lacks the courage to construct its own morality.

 


 

Obedience.

When slaves create a master to satisfy their obedience, this creates a dangerous precedent for the rest of us.

 


 

Visa/Versa.

The oppressive female culture/structure only survives by the male culture.  And visa/versa.  When the culture/structure changes for one, the other will change as well.

 


 

Humanity of a Nation.

The humanity of a nation relies on the popularity of a populous sentiment.  Guided by religion, tradition, and a majority empowerment.

 


 

Personal feelings.

External cultural attitudes try to override internal personal feelings over what we believe is right.  As time passes, no matter how detached cultural ideas and rules are for living, our internal personal feelings will always win over to correct the wrongs over time.

 


 

My Life.

I don’t understand my life, but I understand my life without it.

 


 

Happiness.

You cannot find happiness from someone else, you must find happiness from within yourself.  But you can find happiness with someone else, like that of children playing together.

No one can bring you happiness, you must travel that journey alone, other’s can only enhance the happiness that’s already there.  And it’s always there, just hidden behind the chains that you create.

 


 

Intelligence.

No matter how smart, Intelligence is limited to culture.

 


 

Society.

In this society we can be only enemies.  Where everyone is divided, there is no equal.  The culture divides us so that we may never be equals or see each other as one; thus, never being fully capable of communicating without some sort of resentment getting in the way.  There is always a leader and a follower.  A great one that everyone follows and followers that will never be great.  That should not be; instead, none should be so highly regarded so that all voices can be heard.

If the price is progress then what is the use if we are progressing in the direction where only a few get to live.  The goal is life, not individual stardom toward power.

 


 

Nameless.

Our identity is based through society.  Language, religion, culture, is the basis of who we are and where identity can be formed.  Live nameless.

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Enlightenment.

Enlightenment can also be discovered when the conflict between yourself ends.  Just as you embrace your good nature and intelligence also too should you embrace your bad nature and ignorance.  No side of self should be shun from your thoughts or expression.

A balance should be struck to stop the unstable personality that confides in guilt and suppression rather than expression.  You are neither good nor evil nor smart or dumb; as a wise man once said “you are all of these and none of these.”

 


 

History of humanity.

Our minds did not become more advanced throughout our history of humanity (Homo sapiens).  We were always as bright and as dumb as we are today.

 


 

The Future.

In the future when we have read all the books and taught all the theory’s on whatever subject we seek, we will find that there is a void left by our lazy mind that came about by being told what to think all those years.

Cultivate the mind by exercise of thought.  Don’t worry about rather someone else already thought of it, but rather, continue forward into your unknown.

 


 

No one’s teaching.

You learn when no one’s teaching.

 


 

A New Idea.

A new idea is devised by the compound efforts of radical thinking.  The notion of getting it right the first time is certainly there; yet for most, the new idea cannot be seen very well with historical facts plaguing the way of new thought.  In order to see past the old facts we must chip away at the foundation of facts, until the “truth” or “law” is dissolved.

Once free from the old ways we must still compound our ideas until a truly new idea is formed.  Even still the new idea can be compromised with the historical since of what other academic fields you use as a basis or example for you to work off of.  The idea cannot be so alien that you cannot translate it to anyone, but it must be foreign enough to create a new path for your work to be based off.

 


 

Morality

Morality is in the state of inspiration.  Morality cannot be taught, only inspired rather positive or negatively.

 


 

Consciousness

Consciousness and the body can be equated to that of a waterfall.  Does it matter how minuscule the change is or how much can occur?  Why is a teeny tiny change to the self any different than that of a big one?

If you take a waterfall for all its wonder and beauty it has, at what point is the waterfall not the same as before?  Was it ever the same, or did it ever have a substantial existence?  If I were to say move a rock, would it be the same?  If it was to lose some of its shape, is it considered the same as before?  And if I was to stop the flow of the water, would that end the existence of the waterfall?

If we are talking molecule for molecule of what the waterfall was, well then the waterfall was never really existent, for the water was never really in place.  If by visual terms you say the waterfall exist, well then that was based of the rock and land underneath, but even then it was constantly eroding, changing, moving.   The fragileness of the waterfall is the fragileness of our consciousness and body, to which visually existent, but substantially nature.

 


 

Do Less.

Do less, achieve more.