A belief in disbelief

Sometimes we get placed in the space where we are supposed to be, just by the weigh the whirled works. Floating from place to place, sans vehicle, means that sometimes life places us where we are needed for reasons we do not quite grok. Ours is not to reason why, we just keep the weigh flowing.

I have been ubuntu-izing and thinking about the many contributions that a variety of people bring to the table. We all have a passion to do something – when left to our own devices, we gravitate toward places that make us feel comfortable.

So, let’s devise a means of being in community that works for each individual. By having simultaneous civilizations where we operate under different legal systems in the same physical locations, we can establish a means of compare and contrast to see which items serve us the best.

Currently – the fractal of being space has reached five. This can be reset to a new group of one or it can be left as individuals, because five is a Fibonacci number. Nature has a reset button and the game changes at each fractal level. By calmly observing, we alter the stakes and play a changing game, because we cannot accept the current reality.

May the force be with you might sound good for the Jedi, but we, the people, need to recover our power and not cave into the force. The current perspective on world affairs depends entirely on what we choose to believe or not believe – there are many alternate realities available before the prism reflects the separate wavelengths into their own space.

Some people desperately wish for change, yet believe in the same old approaches to making things happen. This is insanity at its finest, yet we believe the media and disbelieve our senses. We feel through all the senses, not just the audio and video components. The logic is illogical, but only Spock, Data and outside ‘science’ officers can see the inconsistency in the current beliefs. Perhaps i can channel Mork for assistance.

The philosophy of belief is to know what you know, even though you don’t know quite how you know. There are so many embedded untruths within the knowledge base, that we need outside integrity to look at the inner whirled and give us a few hints.

So yesterday, here where i am, i met these two dudes who were in the process of questioning everything. They were 15 years old – just through freshman year of high school – cynical and skeptical. We chatted for an hour, doc providing some food for thought. Karl and Friedrich would be pleased – as we talked about conceptualizing what community would look like in many forms.

So – doc is going ONRRI (onery) and is planning to set up a comparator – a system that evaluates different processes of form and flow with what we know and what we think we know, becoming the challenge point. My young buddies will question the common wisdom and then explain in clear concise language where they find objection. They are already jaded by the superstructure – 7th grade seems like the real place to find tabula rosa, but not the maturity to think confidently for one self.

We require youth to be auditory – to explain what they wish to do such that we can empower them to change the world. Five dedicated people, according to Margaret Mead, can change things – 144,000 people create the hundredth monkey and we seem to be 90% there.

So – thyme to project what resources it would take to become a player in the band. Elections are farces that people believe – how to deal with Killary and the Donald as the slow Burn Bernie – perhaps a Bernie Ubuntu plan would give direction to the changes in a totally different direction that the 35 year congress critter can imaging.

Tomorrow is father’s day – remember to love your dad!

Namaste’ … Doc

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