Monday, October 26, 2015

Do you get it yet?

Do you get it yet???
You must practice peace at all times so if at any moment all people are doing so, there is world peace occurring. Violence cannot last forever. Violence is not sustainable. It takes way to much energy to cause war. Peace is essentially free. Breath is required, but you don’t have to say a thing! Peace is possible, and people really underestimate it’s value for entertainment. People build machines, to hurt people in movies about characters that we idolize and worship and mimic, which mostly causes our society to enjoy continuing war and hurting others. WAKE UP!
GIVE PEACE A CHANCE! Seriously. This is not just a saying! This is not just ‘that one’ quote! Give Peace a chance is a philosophy, a way of life, a way of being, a totality that requires just as much self-control, power and might as any fighting game man has come up with. 
Do not just sit there and laugh at violence. It is not entertainment. Tackling and causing others to go unconscious is a public health cry for help. There is nothing funny or glamorous about people who spend valuable resources on destroying peace and drawing out lifestyles that others with copy. Violence perpetuates more violence. Stop the madness.

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Playing Life

To have a job that produces some kind of product or service in exchange for money or trade within a social discourse is kind of a game… the game being extremely messy and dangerous. Even on a farm, even on an all vegan farm, one free of GMO seeds, harmful pesticides and fertilizers, even on a farm that practices fair trade legitimately, there is murder of mass ecosystems occurring.
Almost all jobs can be tied back to taxes for some country. All the currencies from all over the world = blood money. We are all parts of a mad machine, and no job or any amount of money will set you free from the association of evil. Paying into the system of polices that lay out the rules of capitalism, aka people keeping a job, is indirectly funding the same politics that are and have been responsible for generating war on Earth and preventing research here too.  
So is there any way out? Is there any ethical work? Who is free of this vicious catch-22? 

In my opinion the monks, priests, rabbis, nuns, etc. and the homeless that are truly self-sustained. The ones that have actually chosen to isolate themselves from the normal routines and lifestyles of society; some more extreme than others, most living with very little, all cut off from association of currency, transportation, etc. and for the most part, but not definitely not always, hyper religious beings.

My friend mentioned he thinks people that chose such extreme lifestyles are choosing not to 'play life'. They’re coping out. 
Although harsh, he’s right, right!? 
Well, I don’t think so anymore. These people aren’t playing the traditional games, but they are still playing life…
These people aren't paying taxes, they aren’t helping build transportation that is dependent on big oil, or weapons of mass defense against terrorists… but they are building schools and villages that are self sustainable and environmentally friendly…. 
In fact their games seem to be more fun. More advantageous. 
We must create more new jobs like this! It is the responsibility of today to strive to know righteousness. Seek all of our days to become more pure and to create a better system of work. The diesel trucks, the stay at home moms, and the office jobs are all interconnected. Every part needs a complete transformation, and even when all the blood is scrubbed off all the money, the history of how the new system came to be must be taught and always taught based on facts and truth. 

Monday, October 5, 2015

No Shame in Any Work

This one time, in college, I attended a job fair. This amazing business man stood up in front of everyone on stage at the event, grabbed the mic and said, ‘There is no such thing as a dream job. Every job you ever get will require some type of work that is not pleasurable. That’s why it’s work. If you believe in a dream job you should just leave here now.’
His honesty has made all the difference.