What Makes Some Humans Smarter Than Others?

I find the more complex a ‘home’ language, the more intelligent the people.  It is our language ability that distinguishes us as human beings, and then our opposable thumb, giving us the creative ability with our hands to actualize /bring into reality, what we think of. 

It is language ability that makes some humans more intelligent than others, and the more languages we know the smarter we get.  The more words we know, the larger capacity that we contain within. 

As it is our very intent at thought, that creates the neuron synaptic pathways within our brain, the more we learn,  the larger a framework – or word map  – or’ shelving unit’ for storage;) –  we create inside ourselves.

Our vocabulary becomes the roots of our created reality tree. : )  The more languages we know, we effectively multiply our total neuron capacity.    A language is so much more than words you see…

A language is also the knowing of what to say and when, customs, behaviors, culture, and so on.  Within the ‘shelving unit’ or ‘files’ inside our consciousness, we need make room, for the word of all those things, in another language.

I was very injured on time, which included a head injury resulting in a loss of consciousness.  The neuro-test given me, by a specialist unknown to me, as the one that gave them the best idea of my pre-injury intellect, was one on pronunciation of words. 

I was told it did not matter whether I knew the word – or not – just how I chose to pronounce it.  From this, I also gathered  that language ability is the most accurate determiner of intellect used today scientifically.  They were most likely able to determine how wide my word source was, from this test.

In Australia last  year after school results were known, it was documented how much better ‘immigrant’ – or children with English as a second language – performed in the results.  It was the subject of a tv show also.

It was mistakenly believed that it was due to foreign children being better students, or having greater work ethics instilled in them, as to why they were smarter. 

Certainly these qualities assist, but they are simply smarter anyway because they know more words, their neuron capacity fills a greater space, than their ‘English-derivitive’, (no second language), fellow students. 

Within the same language,  just say two people had the same vocabulary also, it becomes the greater creativity and other learnings undertaken, that then increase brain use and therefore capacity, leading to one being smarter than the other.

Before I studied us, I studied every animal I came across.  I noticed my pets, from mice to dogs, all became smarter the more I trained them.

When I meet someone I like to know their blood lines (heritage) on both side and their ‘home’ language.   I find this the most helpful information to know more of someone, and it has proven reliable and consistent.    I am able to determine how smart/clever they are most likely able to be from their language/no. of languages.

I have known, dated or befriended, all races and many breeds of humans.  It is their vocabulary and language quantity that makes them smarter than the rest.;)

The English language has always been short of words, in comparison with others and has needed to add to its stock of words as it went along through history. 

It needed to adopt words from other languages, as those words simply did not exist, within its own language.  This made the people speaking it, therefore, intellectually, not as capable as those whose languages had a greater – or more extended  -vocabulary.

English is one of the more simplistic of all the languages, and why as a second language it becomes easy, as it is so much easier than a ‘home’ language. It also does not fit in well with the other languages, and I go into more detail in other writings.

My mother’s vocabulary was severely limited.  She operated in a very concrete fashion, fixated on what was in front of her.  She had trouble understanding much that was not obvious to her way of thinking.  She had enormous difficulty with abstract thought, and, or perhaps because, she was so regimented.

By this time language had been strictly controlled in English life.  Hard for other language groups to fathom – in English language society – the topics of sex, religion and politics, were not considered appropriate for social conversing: “There are three things you never talk about…” my mother told me.

Also, “social grooming & etiquette” had men and women, or ‘gentlemen and ladies’ given advice of topics of conversation to learn, for society.  For example, a young woman undertaking ‘social grooming  advancement’, may learn a conversation topic such as flower arranging.

Thanks to the above language control measures, speaking had all but been disconnected from any idea of creating a reality for a human existence…;)

My mother’s social life was practically non-existent, had always been limited, and her life very structured and rigid. Her own creativity was severely and chronically stifled.

By contrast my father would take me as a baby to meet with his Hungarian friend.   Conversation would roll, and was like a lullaby to me, and when he wasn’t speaking his home language or singing, he was whistling while he worked.;)

My mother struggled with her vocabulary.  Her conversation – and that is using the term generously;) – was limited to retelling of events in a listed way, retelling of a simple ‘story’, criticizing, and using learned abusive words.  Some of these, most likely she had said to her as a child, and others were clearly military words and orders.

She absolutely was not able to use language to create her reality as she went along in a day, instead using a learned script, that she needed to fit to suit a circumstance.  This is very common of the habit of the English language in England even today.

Later in adulthood she learned to use the word ‘apparently’ and I noticed that it gave her more to do with a sentence.;)

Sure we are a breed, and we contain the biochemistry from our physical parents, and some may be more generous in ‘the matter’ than others, but we can use what we have and make it more so.

I was told a joke in Edinburgh one year when I was there for the Edinburgh Festival:

What do you call someone who knows many languages?  Multilingual.

What do you call someone who knows a couple of languages?  

What do you call someone who only knows one language?  English! 

I added immediately, due to my familiarity with the shortening/making casual, habit of my birthplace…:

What do you call someone who knows less than one language?  Australian!;)

LOVE your home language, and love your language ability!

If you need to learn English, do so as another language, you are human after all, so no need to make less of yourself when you can be more!  : )

So How Did The Racism Concept Start? What Is It?

 In this writing I concentrate on British historical reasoning mostly, but  other countries and language groups have been involved in ‘racist’ perception and activities.   Europe was very interconnected at this time by a want for new lands and almost all are ‘cold country creativity’ creative-solutions, or done to out-do the British, so British historical focus is  applicable.

There was never any such thing as ‘Race’ or ‘Human Race’, this was just a new overused word that year in Victorian vocabulary deficient English. Seriously.

The only race that was really on was the race for ‘new’ lands, albeit someone else’s;) between Britain and France mostly, as the solution-seeking creativity to assist poverty, misery, and ill-health problems. And it was on this desperate race, the word ‘race’ was then always referred to. : )

‘Race’ was a simplistic way of classifying human beings into four groups: ‘Caucasian’, ‘Negroid’, ‘Mongoloid’ and ‘Asian’, according to physical appearance. 

There are many variations within a ‘Race’, and  I find that we are ‘Breeds’ rather than a race of four.   Breeds that are determined largely by language groups.

Certainly there are greater physical similarities between humans breeds found within those classification categories called ‘Race’, but on its own ‘Race’ is not adequate or sufficient.

To expand upon and improve the current classification order with Human Beings /Home Sapiens, I suggest in addition to the standard:

Kingdom; Phylum; Class; Order; Family; Genus; Species  we add: Breed; Language.  ( I don’t feel it even necessary to include ‘race’  though it could fit between ‘species’ and ‘breed’.)

When I meet someone I like to know their blood lines (heritage) on both side and their ‘home’ language.   I find this the most helpful information to know more of someone, and it has proven reliable and consistent.

I have known, dated or befriended, all races and many breeds of humans.  We Humans bond because of our vocabulary, not our language.   We are bonded by our energetic resonance, that governs our word choice – or vocabulary – within a language.  Just because two people speak the same language, this does not, at all, mean they use the same vocabulary.

I do not think a greater effort of classifying Human Beings was seriously entered into, as the motivation for it, came from fear and insecurity, rather than a position of ‘loving curiosity’.;) 

Classification was carried out with the intent to make possible, the justification for theft, of land, inhabited by people already.  

An outcome was desired, and then a reality contrived to make it possible.  People were found to be not worthy of consideration, because of their appearance.

Historically and traditionally, the British used ridicule or derogatory language words to ‘bring down’ those they feared, or felt threatened by.

It is a known strategy also within the military.   It has been demonstrated that a ridiculing, rather than a respectful or honourable way of treating people, leads to a more successful occupation or victory.

We know now in science, how it is important to be impartial when conducting studies.  My own scientific background taught me that studies undertaken objectively and with no attachment to the result, makes for the better , more reliable, and trustworthy result.

The concept of ‘Race’ to describe other breeds of humans came about from a need, not an objective observation.

The use of judgement words, such as “superior” and “inferior”, that are ‘solution- seeking creations’, demonstrate a very strong attachment to the result.

Definitely the ‘Race’ concept was brought into popularity at a time when another ‘race’ was on, the race to take over the rest of the lands on earth. 

To get the land that became ‘Australia’, Britain was in a competitive race by sea with France in the 18th century, which Britain ‘won’. 

Was it with such a fixed determination, that the word ‘race’ was so impressed into the minds of these folk, that they used the word ‘race’ here also?;)  Quite possibly.   

Maybe it was even a ‘slip of the tongue’ and they were referring to the ‘race’ to obtain lands in competition with another language group/breed.  Maybe it was from the British like, to ‘make life easier for yourself’, to use this new, common and frequently used word, ‘race’, to help name the other Peoples that had been discovered.

Historically, the English have always been, very fixated on physical appearance, how things look, and how things ‘appear to be’.

We must remember the “Might Is Right” British jargon of the time, to validate a situation taken by force.  We know now, that it isn’t necessarily right at all, or clever to think so.

Using the invader’s common strategy of ridicule, it would be far easier, and upon seeing the advantage – coming quite naturally to them also, given their propensity for this, and also of ‘complaining’ – to discredit an entire populus, than to do it one at a time.

Much easier to dis-empower a race of people, than to deal with these strapping, stronger, physically in better shape, ‘Equal Men’ one at a time!;)

How clever to then be able to make use of these people as a free workforce, at a time when Britain was in such economic uncertainty.  They justified slavery, removing people to free up their land, then forced them to work , all the while justifying how it was for “their own good to be fed and given a place to live out their days.”

With their academic ‘superiority’, British upper classes stated that these native people were dying out anyway (argument used in Australia) so it was only a matter of time before the land was available.

The English language is much more ‘word thick’ today than in the 18th century, and quite likely this is as complex a thinking process that occurred:

“Oooh golly…LOOK!!!.  Look at his spear… and he’s not wearing any clothes…”

Then:  “Spear?  No gun?   Not very smart.   He’s not wearing any clothes….must be a lesser man than we.”

This sight would have been an enormous shock, and enormously threatening.  Familiarity at this time was to react from a place of fear, as the Britain they had left behind was a cold, poverty-stricken, gruelling place of ill-health and misery. 

It would have been overwhelming for them to see such a healthy, naked man so comfortable in his own skin, with such blatant sexual acceptance, when they were not allowed to mention their own body parts in polite company.;)   

A more ‘conscious’ (and intelligent?;))  group, given the same sight may have gone “Wow, how beautiful..look at their comfort with themselves and natural living skills.  What fine specimens and how fortunate to be able to live so freely in such a climate…”

Many of the English words to describe other people of differing breeds and origins have been banned popularly as they were found Internationally, to be derogatory, insulting and nonsensical to use.   (The energetic injury we get from words I go into in another writing.)

My mother was Caucasian, the Race that classified the others, putting itself at the top.

At five years old I knew from my mother, that I was only half English, and that I was half Caucasian,  and half Mongoloid race.”   The tone of voice she used was derogatory, and in judgement.

She would look me over with narrowed eyes telling me my eyes were “too Chinesey”, my backside and face shape “too negro”, my head shape “too asian”.  She insinuated I was of lesser worth, because I had these ‘throwback’ characteristics.

Consequently I bonded with the world;) and I drew strength from all Peoples experiencing oppression, to add to my fairy tale and Dicken’s characters.  I considered myself an Albino Negro and Nelson Mandela became my hero.;)

 My mother said  “the only thing you have going for you is the hair on your head”  referring to my blonde hair, while the rest of me she considered to be an evolutionary slip-up as I did not meet her specifics.

As we know more, other words have been introduced  in our categorising, such as ‘hispanic’, and we are such a mixture now, we naturally use other words as descriptions such as African-American. 

But still this is a physical description, without reference to language spoken.  I  describe myself as Anglo-Hungarian-Australian, which is far more useful than just ‘Australian’,  in determining who I might be.;)

As breeds of humans – as with breeds of dogs – we may have a propensity /natural aptitude/tendency, not occurring in other breeds of us,

 but,   

I find that starsigns/ natal data, and language group/home language spoken, far more helpful in determining someone than their ‘race’.

“Love the skin you ‘re in!”   Absolutely, and also love your home language!  : )

My comments on the ‘Race / Intelligence’ debate on TV.

I was at first extremely surprised that this topic could still be warranted TV show coverage, than realised “Of course!”

None of what I am sharing here is common enough knowledge yet, as there simply has been no further investigation into ourselves, to bring light to this matter for popular interest! 

I find the more complex a ‘home’ language, the more intelligent the people. 

Language, distinguishes us as human beings, then the opposable thumb.  It is language ability that makes some humans more intelligent than others, not the concept of ‘race.’ 

The more languages we know the smarter we get.  The more words we know, the larger capacity that we contain within. 

As it is our very intent at thought, that creates the neuron synaptical pathways within our brain, the more we learn, the larger a framework – or word map  or shelving unit for storage;) –  we create inside ourselves.

Our vocabulary becomes the roots of our created reality tree. : )

The more languages we know, we effectively magnify our total neuron capacity.  A language is so much more than words you see… 

A language is also the knowing of what to say and when, customs, behaviours, culture, and so on.  Within the ‘shelving unit’ or ‘files’ inside our consciousness, we need make room, for the word of all those things, in another language.

I was very injured on time, which included a head injury resulting in a loss of consciousness.  The neurotest given me, by a specialist unknown to me, as the one that gave them the best idea of my pre-injury intellect, was one on pronunciation of words. 

I was told it did not matter whether I knew the word – or not – just how I chose to pronounce it.  From this, I also gathered  that language ability is the most accurate determiner of intellect used today scientifically.

In Australia last  year after school results were known, it was documented how much better ‘immigrant’ – or children with English as a second language – performed in the results.  It was the subject of a tv show also.

It was mistakenly believed that it was due to foreign children being better students, or having greater work ethics instilled in them, as to why they were smarter. 

Certainly these qualities assist, but they are simply smarter anyway because they know more words, their neuron capacity fills a greater space, than their ‘English- derivitive-no-other-language’ fellow students. 

Within the same language,  just say two people had the same vocabulary also, it becomes the greater creativity and other learnings undertaken, that then increase brain use and therefore capacity, leading to one being smarter than the other.

Before I studied us, I studied every animal I came across.  I noticed my pets, from mice to dogs, all became smarter the more I trained them.

‘Race’ was a simplistic way of classifying human beings into four groups: ‘Caucasian’, ‘Negroid’, ‘Mongoloid’ and ‘Asian’, according to physical appearance. 

There are many variations within a ‘Race’, and  I find that we are ‘Breeds’ rather than a race of four.   Breeds that are determined largely by language groups.

Certainly there are greater physical similarities between humans breeds found within those classification categories called ‘Race’, but on its own ‘Race’ is not adequate or sufficient.

To expand upon and improve the current classification order with Human Beings /Home Sapiens, I suggest in addition to the standard:

Kingdom; Phylum; Class; Order; Family; Genus; Species  we add: Breed; Language.  ( I don’t feel it even necessary to include ‘race’  though it could fit between ‘species’ and ‘breed’.)

When I meet someone I like to know their blood lines (heritage) on both side and their ‘home’ language.   I find this the most helpful information to know more of someone, and it has proven reliable and consistent.    

I have known, dated or befriended, all races and many breeds of humans.  It is their vocabulary and language quantity that makes them smarter than the rest.;)

I do not think a greater effort of classifying Human Beings was seriously entered into, as the motivation for it, came from fear and insecurity, rather than a position of loving curiosity.;) 

Classification was carried out with the intent to make possible, the justification for theft, of land, inhabited by people already.  

An outcome was desired, and then a reality contrived to make it possible.  People were found to be not worthy of consideration, because of their appearance.

Historically and traditionally, the British used ridicule or derogatory language words to ‘bring down’ those they feared, or felt threatened by.

It is a known strategy also within the military.   It has been demonstrated that a ridiculing, rather than a respectful or honourable way of treating people, leads to a more successful occupation or victory.

Soldiers are then assisted by a feeling of righteousness or ‘good triumphing over evil’ and these are helpful energies that can make light of hard work.

We know now in science, how it is important to be impartial when conducting studies.  My own scientific background taught me that studies undertaken objectively and with no attachment to the result, makes for the better , more reliable, and trustworthy result.

The concept of ‘Race’ to describe other breeds of humans came about from a need, not an objective observation.

The use of judgement words, such as “superior” and “inferior”, that are ‘solution- seeking creations’, demonstrate a very strong attachment to the result.

Definitely the ‘Race’ concept was brought into popularity at a time when another ‘race’ was on, the race to take over the rest of the lands on earth. 

To get the land that became ‘Australia’, Britain was in a competitive race by sea with France in the 18th century, which Britain ‘won’. 

Was it with such a fixed determination, that the word ‘race’ was so impressed into the minds of these folk, that they used the word ‘race’ here also?;)  Quite possibly.   

Maybe it was even a ‘slip of the tongue’ and they were referring to the ‘race’ to obtain lands in competition with another language group/breed.  Maybe it was from the British like, to ‘make life easier for yourself’, to use this new, common and frequently used word, ‘race’, to help name the other Peoples that had been discovered.

Historically, the English have always been, very fixated on physical appearance, how things look, and how things ‘appear to be’.

We must remember the “Might Is Right” jargon of the time, to validate a situation taken by force.  We know now, that it isn’t necessarily right at all, or clever to think so.

Using the invader’s common strategy of ridicule, it would be far easier, and upon seeing the advantage – coming quite naturally to them also, given their propensity for this, and also of ‘complaining’ – to discredit an entire populus, than to do it one at a time. 

Much easier to disempower a race of people, than to deal with these strapping, stronger, physically in better shape, ‘Equal Men’ one at a time!;) 

The English language is much more ‘word thick’ today than in the 18th century, and quite likely this is as complex a thinking process that occurred:

“Oooh golly…LOOK!!!.  Look at his spear… and he’s not wearing any clothes…”   

Then:  “Spear?  No gun?   Not very smart.   He’s not wearing any clothes….must be a lesser man than we.”

This sight would have been an enormous shock, and enormously threatening.  Familiarity at this time was to react from a place of fear, as the Britain they had left behind was a cold, poverty stricken, gruelling place of ill-health and misery. 

It would have been overwhelming for them to see such a healthy, naked man so comfortable in his own skin, with such blatant sexual acceptance, when they were not allowed to mention their own body parts in polite company.;)   

A more ‘conscious’ (and intelligent?;))  group, given the same sight may have gone “Wow, how beautiful..look at their comfort with themselves and natural living skills.  What fine specimens and how fortunate to be able to live so freely in such a climate…”

Many of the English words to describe other people of differing breeds and origins have been banned popularly as they were found Internationally, to be derogatory, insulting and nonsensical to use.   (The energetic injury we get from words I go into in another writing.)

The English language has always been short of words, in comparison with others and has needed to add to its stock of words as it went along through history. 

It needed to adopt words from other languages, as those words simply did not exist, within its own language.  This made the people speaking it, therefore, intellectually, not as capable as those who’s languages had a greater- or more extended- vocabulary.

English is one of the more simplistic of all the languages, and why as a second language it becomes easy, as it is so much easier than a ‘home’ language. It also does not fit in well with the other languages, and I go into more detail in other writings.

My mother was Caucasian, the Race that classified the others, putting itself at the top.

My mother’s vocabulary was severely limited.  She operated in a very concrete fashion, fixated on what was in front of her.  She had trouble understanding much that was not obvious to her way of thinking.  She had enormous difficulty with abstract thought, and, or perhaps because, she was so regimented.

By this time language had been strictly controlled in English life.  Hard for other language groups to fathom – in English language society – the topics of sex, religion and politics, were not considered appropriate for social conversing: “There are three things you never talk about…” my mother told me.

Also, “social grooming & etiquette” had men and women, or ‘gentlemen and ladies’ given advice of topics of conversation to learn, for society.  For example, a young woman undertaking ‘social grooming  advancement’, may learn a conversation topic such as flower arranging.   

Thanks to the above language control measures, speaking had all but been disconnected from any idea of creating a reality for a human existence…;)

My mother’s social life was practically non-existent, had always been limited, and her life very structured and rigid. Her own creativity was severely and chronically stifled.

By contrast my father would take me as a baby to meet with his Hungarian friend.   Conversation would roll, and was like a lullaby to me, and when he wasn’t speaking his home language or singing, he was whistling while he worked.;)

At five years old I knew from my mother, that I was only half English, and that I was half Caucasian,  and half Mongoloid race.”   The tone of voice she used was derogatory, and in judgement, and she went on to say I would always be heavier than her.;)

She would look me over with narrowed eyes telling me my eyes were “too Chinesey”, my backside and face shape “too negro”, my head shape “too asian”.  She insinuated I was of lesser worth, because I had these ‘throwback’ characteristics.

Consequently I bonded with the world;) and I drew strength from all Peoples experiencing oppression, to add to my fairy tale and Dicken’s characters.  I considered myself an Albino Negro and Nelson Mandela became my hero.  

 My mother said  “the only thing you have going for you is the hair on your head”  referring to my blonde hair, while the rest of me she considered to be an evolutionary slip-up as I did not meet her specifics.  She would say desperately, wrenching her head around from side to side in the air as she spoke “Why is god punishing me, this way, to give me such a god-awful ugly child?” 

My mother struggled with her vocabulary.  Her conversation – and that is using the term generously – was limited to retelling of events in a listed way, retelling of a ‘story’, criticizing and using learned abusive words.  Some of these, most likely she had said to her as a child, and others were clearly military words and orders.

She absolutely was not able to use language to create her reality as she went along in a day, instead she relied upon using a set script, that she needed to fit to suit a circumstance.  This is very common, to what else I have noticed of the habit of the English language in England. 

Later in adulthood she learned to use the word ‘apparently’ and I noticed that it gave her more to do with a sentence.;)

I find the motivation to want to know, to determine intelligence in relation to ‘Race’, indicative of a lesser intelligence than not needing to know, or not ever getting that thought.

As we know more, other words have been introduced  in our categorising, such as ‘hispanic’.

As breeds of humans – as with breeds of dogs – we may have a propensity for something not occurring in other breeds of us, that is, a natural aptitude or tendency towards an activity or behaviour, or be more inclined to do things a certain way. 

Our language group gives us variation in our disposition also, and I go into more detail in ‘Living In Me. The Complete Guide to Being Human.’

The Law of Reincarnation, also enables us to be of different Race/Breed/Language, through our Soul’s evolution, when we manifest on earth, and of course we are still so much more, as I enter into in other writings.

In conclusion, whoever was being considered ‘less intelligent’ because of the way they appeared physically, was most likely more intelligent than the one deciding!;)    And many have needed to defend themselves in a second – if not a fifth language!

“Love the skin you ‘re in!”   Absolutely!   But also love your home language!  : )

The common question : “How Are You?” Is it working for us?

It doesn’t make sense for a start! : ) I consider it is a major language error, given the extent of its use, the reason for language, and for what is attainable by us.   This is a thorough exam, with alternative suggestions!

It is  a question, that reduces  or completely separates us, from a state of ‘connection with all that is’.    It does not encourage, assist or enhance personal growth at all. 

It accurately could be called ‘the question of the unconscious’!   It is used as a learned enquiry into someone’s health, but really it is a demand.   It is telling someone what to say next, to explain themselves to you, and directing their consciousness on what to think.

What a developed consciousness feels is a ‘oneness’ with all other matter, and a lack of a vibrational ‘end’ between oneself and anything else, as everything that exists is vibrating.

In this state of oneness everything is felt, you are part of the ‘all’ of matter, and there is no ‘separate’ in existence for you at all. 

It is not possible in this state of heightened awareness – that is attainable by all – to decipher “How you are?”  as in this context, this question loses all relevance, and doesn’t even apply. 

 This state of ‘oneness’ is also where all senses and pleasures are heightened andwhere blissfulness is the reliable norm, so it is not something that you want to leave in a hurry……if at all.

To Be in the Present Moment is not a place from which it is possible to consider the question How Are You?

It may seem or feel like you are doing a kind and considerate thing  – as it is what you have been taught. 

But, to be reduced to need to explain yourself at speed in a grocery queue, to someone you do not know and may never see again, with a long line of people behind you??!    This does not validate you, or  your feelings! : )

To answer it truthfully and meaningfully does not fit this setting at all.   Imagine

“Thank you for asking, I am feeling hurried at the moment when I would really love to feel in a blissful state of oneness with the people in this queue;)” Or “Thank you, I am not feeling like I would most want to be feeling as I have a problem with the neighbours, so it is not as restful for me at home as I would like.  Frank was made redundant at work so finances are a bit of a struggle and Louise needs more textbooks for the seminar special study course which is causing us challenges..  how are you?”   You can see the shop worker’s eyebrows raising as really they have just been told to ask you as part of the continued misunderstanding of the appropriatness of the question to us.  Really they are just wanting to do their job, and wish you would finish so they can serve the next person, or get their lunch break!!

What about  just a change of a couple of words to make a non question:  “I hope you are well!”  Can you feel the difference?

It would be easier all round to give one another a greeting that fit the situation, than to ask them How Are You?

I go as far as say it is detrimental to a developing  consciousness, to be asking this regularly, and counter-productive to an attainment of a better understanding of life, what you are, and of the way your human life works.  All of these are a natural result of being in the present moment.

The state of attainment of serenity and bliss from feeling a ‘oneness’ with ‘all that is’ is the natural state for us.  This is simply the result for us when we learn to ‘drive’ ourselves, or how to Be ourselves.

Historically , I believe it is a question that began from ignorance,(ignorance;without knowledge) within developing society.

I believe it increased in popularity, with the increase in a ‘class’ structure, and when being able to ‘question’ someone at all, was a distinction of where you fit in the ‘ranks’ and how many subordinates (those beneath you) you had. 

Do not question me!” “Who do you think you are to question me?!”   were methods of control used, and who you could, and could not question, a mark of social rank.   To be able to ask questions freely of those in your rank/class – without reprimand – would have felt acceptable, camaraderic and even bonding experiences.

Let’s break it down:

“How”    Few fully understand what they are, so that alone is enough to make imagining ‘how’  impossible.;)  ‘How’ is to explain oneself, and to answer that literally, would be to explain the entire process of you manifesting in the physical and I haven’t been able to do that in one blog yet…;)

“are”     The verb “to be”.   ‘Being’ requires knowledge of what one is, in order they might  Be it, so ‘same as above’;)

“you”    Again requiring knowledge of what one is, knowing what is the ‘you’ or ‘me’, and what separates us. Also what joins us, and knowledge of when we are separate, and when are we one again.

The answer to this is a long explanation, and not in any way, shape, or form, ‘a greeting’.  It is a philosophical request, of a very personal nature, literally meaning ‘how did you manifest into this time and space to be before me’.

Do you really mean to ask this?  Do you want really to be questioning anyone when you meet or greet them?  What about a return to a real greeting of a gift of energy?  In most other languages greetings continue to be used.

In Australia I find “How are ya?”or “How ya going?”  has all but replaced a greeting of any kind. 

The “good day/morning/evening” was considered too British and a desire to be more relaxed and casual caused it to be dropped, and to keep just the second part – the enquiry into someone’s wellbeing.  Energetically though, this removed the greeting altogether.

So ‘How are you?’  is not really a greeting at all, but an enquiry. 

I best describe it as ‘a demand’ or a request to ‘explain yourself” to whoever wants to know! 

Suddenly you are expected to give them your full attention, and to have them direct your consciousness to wherever they direct it, like it is a piece of toffee on their stick.;)

Or, that your vastness, memory files, and complete storage of all that you are in your life so far, is no more than a magazine to be flicked through at their leisure!;)

It was never an appropriate enquiry, more an attempt as ‘seeming to care’ as it became more popularized and commercialized.   With loved ones, it still remains appropriate when time and setting allow for truth.

In Australia, common responses to it are ‘”Good.” ; “Good, howsyerself Good?” and “S’all Good” (It is all good). 

Considering a large % of the population is on medication for depression but still responds “Good”, demonstrates  that this verbal expression stays at the ”mind level’ rather than being a truth. 

It is not helpful to a situation of deteriorating/declining happiness to make irrelevant the very creative building blocks that words are, for us, when used as they are intended.

I also feel it is unkind, to use this enquiry so freely in an impersonal, commercial setting. 

There are people commonly now, who are dealing with bad feelings, and coping well, and to have their consciousness brought back suddenly without their choosing, to be reminded that prehaps they are not really the happiest at the moment, but not wanting anyone to know, or not wanting to feel it again for themselves – only leads to further disconnection from their own truth, and thus widens the gap from themselves and the chance to heal it.

Not using words in truth, maintains the status quo, contributes to it, assists your slide downhill, and definitely does nothing to assist it.;)

When words are said from the mind only –  as in mind, mouth, mind, mouth, mind, mouth’  – at no time, does it ever touch or connect with our true self. 

As an energy being, our centre, is located in our heart chakra, and is positioned approximately at the bottom of our ‘sternum’ – end of mid ribcage, for us.

It is the centre, as the chakra above our heads – that can not be seen by most human eyes –  is included, in this division.

When someone slows down their answer, taking a breath,  energetically their own consciousness includes the lower chakras. 

When someone answers more slowly, on their breath, the rest of theirself – without any knowledge of them/their names/the point , needing to be brought to conscious awareness, of the vessel of the forthcoming phrase. – automatically is connected and ‘driven’ right!

A variation of “How is your day?” understandably may have seemed to have been a correction of kinds, to a more caring, more modern approach, a ‘bigger ask’ even.  It does exactly the same removal from ‘the moment’ as the original. 

To leave the moment – where a developed consciousness is – to assess the entire day, though you are still in it, is not actually something that a human being need be doing, is not something that is healthy for a human being to be doing, and I am sure it is not even a natural human behaviour at all!

It is most likely a ‘construct’, imagined behaviour or ‘culture created from a loungeroom’  which is what  I began to call such behaviours some years ago.;))

I like to be in a nonthinking or Zen state whenever I can, as LIFE IS INCREDIBLE like that.  It is like being on the best drug without any side effects.  Colours are brighter, everything comes so close to my eyes it is like I can touch things that are miles away….all senses are heightened to the max.

Sharing ‘what is brought to mind’ from a zen or non-thinking state is completely possible, but accessing information, requires we turn the mind on, and this is what is necessary to answer a question.  The mind is ‘activated’ or turned ‘on’ ,when we need to access information, from ‘storage’ within us.

When I hear “how are ya?”  I interpret it within, as a greeting, and I lead or respond with a good morning/afternoon/evening or hello/heh etc. 

Greetings as understood as a gift of energy are wonderful.  Why do we wanting to make demands of one another?  Greeting with a gift rather than a demand/drain/requirement of energy, then allows for a restful sharing of what comes to mind for any or either or no one.

It begins a more natural way of relating.

It encourages a natural ‘bringing to mind’ from another’s sharing, that their presence enables you to experience.  You are given opportunity to express this natural verbal sharing, thus creating your reality, as the mirrors for this that you are for oneanother.

I guarantee that you will receive what is uppermost in this other person to share with you, specifically.  If they need to share ‘how they are doing with something’ you will hear it! : )

Gifts of energy greetings  come naturally when we meet friends, lovers. partners and kin, as we have an interest in keeping them vibrationally ‘up’ as that strengthens them and us.  We are strong when they are strong and well.  It is easier to see the relation that we have to oneanothers vibration when we break it done like this.

  So, you are meeting another human/energy being in the street.  The following are examples of ‘greetings’ that are gifts of energy. 

The experience becomes a mutually energizing exchange this way.  None are questions, demands, or reducers of energy.

Try following this method, and notice the changes in your own energy and feelings of those you meet. 

 Smile – the face shows it sees a delight (an ‘energy raiser’)  Nod your head perhaps, what else happens to your body as your energy moves?  Speak what comes to mind for you – a ‘sharing’ – from the presence/energy of this being/other.

 Remember to breathe down inside your solar plexus/diaphragm prior to speech, to assist you in connecting with yourself and what is true for you at that time – otherwise called ‘your Truth”.

Examples of greetings using the English language follow, but if your own comes to you, it does so for a reason.  These are only to give you an idea :

 A joyous day to you Madam!  ; A glorious day to you Sir! ; Good morning/afternoon/evening!  ;   Hello! ;   Hey! ;    Good to see you! ;  You look lovely this sunny morning! ;   Wow you look great! ;    I am so glad to see you! ;  Lovely to see you! ;   Gorgeous day! ;   Meeting you always makes me smile! ;  You put a smile on my face! ;   I feel great to see you! ;   A sunny day to you whatever the weather! ; Feels good to see you! ;   It feels great to be in your energy again! *;   I feel good when I feel you! ;   It feels great to be around you/near you! ;   Heh, here we are again! ;   We are together again! ;  Great to be back in your energy *! ;   Great to reconnect (with you)!*;   This feel great! ;   Wonderful to be with you! ;   etc 

(* personal favourites)

Then share what comes to mind, if something does.  Do not feel the need to ‘talk for the sake of talking’ as this is belittling in the extreme, to what it is that you are. Try “I feel to share…”

1. Two energy beings (human beings) meet in the street, they make vibrational demands on oneanother’s time and energy, then part.

2. Two energy beings (human beings) meet in the street, they strengthen one another form their meeting.

Which do you do?  Which is it going to be? : )

I would love to hear any feedback to any changes you notice!  : ) 

So Feelings Are Energy?

Life is easiest when seen as a giving, receiving and sharing of energy.

If we live where lies are told to us, and given no life guidance in which we can trust, it is in such conditions, that we are able to develop means – from our own creativity – to learn of, and satisfy our own real needs. 

It is easier, to learn of real human needs this way, from human wants and human desires.

This was my situation.  I learned that the only ‘control’ or ‘constant’ that I could trust, was to rely upon my own feelings for safety and for guidance, as I went about each day.  It was an easy realization for me to make, as simple as a) did it work for me and help me thrive?  Or b) did it harm me further?

What were these things known as ‘feelings’, I wondered as a small child.  

It is true that feelings are energy, that emotion is e-motion or energy in motion.

They were not considered important at all in Britain as the time.  To “grin and bear something” were instructions from my mother, as though feelings were a trivial, non consequential aspect of us.

Quite the contrary is true, however, and they are information – or communication – for us, specifically to notice, read, learn or make decisions from.  Ignoring feelings will result in us becoming unwell.

I like to repeat for readers the decision made in Victorian times, for economic growth, that “nothing exists unless there was a tool by which it could be measured”, as a reason for why feelings could so easily be ignored. 

What was unseen in Victorian times, was to remain unseen for a very long time. It is only relatively recently that such tools that can observe subtle or inner energies and auras have been developed.

It turns out that we reside inside our emotional body.   Our emotional body is part of our aura.  Our aura is the complete totality of us; where our unseen energy reaches to;  the energy our physical body is contained within.   

‘Feelings’ of the e-motion kind are not the same as messages given by nerve receptors to a specific point in the body, such as provided by neuron pathways.  It is just a vocabulary inefficiency that makes this a little unclear for us, to use the word ‘feeling’ rather than ‘sensing from a receptor’. I find I refer to these as ‘sensations’.

Feeling love, receiving love, and giving love.  That really is the mark of our achievements.  How well do we do those?  Which one do we do less well?  Use that as a guide to know what more to work on, to bring more joy to you.  To be here in the 3rd dimension – the physical – in the love/vibrational state of our source…that really what it is all about.   

Bringing a state of heaven to earth is written and spoken of in churches and gospels, but the above statement is what it really means.  The first time I came across the word ‘joy’ even was in a church song ( I loved to sing in them at our Christmas visits)   I had no idea what joy meant, I thought it was just a church word.;)

It is our responsibility to bring joy to the earth – it is not going to happen while we sit around and wait for it.   And those of us who have suffered the most, can contain the most joy.  How perfect that is.

I wondered why I felt so terrible when I was in close proximity to my own mother.  I became nauseous suddenly a few times, just from passing her in the hallway.  I became more interested in what I had heard referred to as ‘bad vibes’ and wondered what the cause of them could be.

The family home also had an energy or feeling to it that I could not relax in.  I could relate to the wording that I ‘could cut the energy with a knife” that was around my mother, and that filled most of the house. 

Ride the waves, feel happiness and delight or ecstasy, from whatever natural source, then expect any grief and anger feelings that may arise, as they leave you.  Welcome them, and welcome them leaving you.  It is simply the Law Of Energetics at work,  it is the efficiency or our design, bringing healing to us without conscious effort! : )

It is how we feel that matters, not so much what is actually happening.  Keeping myself in as joyful and relaxed state of being as I could, absolutely ensured my body heal well, after receiving many injuries in a car accident.  My cells were being newly formed, and I wanted them to be as well as possible, so I gave them as pleasant an enviroment to be formed in, myself!   Music is fantastic for this, as it can maintain our emotional state

Human health will continue to detereorate on a global scale without official recognition of the significance of our emotional wellbeing – the way we feel – to our physical framework, and the world we create around us.

Choose something today to do for yourself, our of loving kindness.  No other reason is required. : )

What’s the point of Christmas? (or be it a ‘culturally different’ equivalent!)

The Point Of The Celebration Called Christmas Is To FEEL GRATITUDE.

Different cultures and faiths may have another story or dreaming or tradition or myth, but the point is the same.  Human Beings gathered together to maximise an energetic vibration that is of benefit to all on earth.  There is absolutely nothing negative about cultivating masses of this frequency.

At its simplest, it is a celebration to join us together in the vibration that raises us the most.

Gratitude is the single most important feeling to raise us, for ease of passage of our consciousness, through the ether. 

Feeling gratitude is the way we can most easily connect with our spirit guides, or anyone beyond the earth plane/3rd dimension. 

So we have it in this century, in Christian tradition, that people give one another gifts, that they place under a decorated tree.  The gift giving is simply to ensure the vibrational frequency of gratitude or thankfulness is reached.  When we join together to feel something we increase and hold more securely its existence.

 The decoration of the tree, is simply to create a sacred space by way of ‘ritual’.  Taking conscious effort to create a space, makes something more powerful in meaning, more powerful in its receptivity, and its strength.  A magnification or reinforcing of intent is achieved.

Intent is a very key aspect of much that we do.  Some have said ‘intent is everything’ but I calculate to be at least 40%, with the rest just made up of being there and doing something physical to bring it about.

When we make a space sacred, we put conscious thought there, we put energy there.  The more activities we need to do to ‘prepare’ the space, the stronger the ‘spell’ will be – the stronger our foundational ‘force’ so to speak, as we send it into the ether for creative purposes.

Trees to decorate, napkins, special this, special that, things brought out only for such rituals, incense, feasts, coloured lights, special music ALL to hold an energetic space and for no other reason.

It is irrelevant, what the story behind the creation of the feeling is.  The relevance is in the creation of the feeling.  It matters not at all, what you are celebrating.

As we have historically been separated by seas and languages, it stands to reason that we have different stories.  Some of the stories have intertwined, as travels and invasions and wars have been fought, but it is still  the same vibrational need we are serving, and honouring, and just as we should as good Human Beings!

My pondering on the meaning of Christmas began at a very young age. 

My mother would stand, ordering the placement of everything, to be exactly where she dictated.  Everything had to look ‘perfect’ to her.  She gave orders in very loud and mean toned voice and there were so many rules. 

This was repeated every year.  There was not allowed to be, any variation, from what she saw ‘intellectually’ or with her mind’s eye.  She insisted she knew what it ‘should’ look like, even when others had contributed to it. 

The decorations – the most gorgeous decorations I have seen –  only created a stressful association, as she stood over whoever placed them on the tree.  Orders had to be followed.  She commanded not just where, but even how to position them on the tree, with tinsel strands being counted, so you only had two in your hand at any one time.  

She literally removed any feeling of joy that had motivated me to be near the tree, or in the sacred space.  It felt awful to be a part of the Christmas preparation under my mother’s regime.  And yes, the tree would end up looking splendid, but at what cost? 

The area was barren of joy – even more so than the rest of the house.   It was an area of low vibration, of fear and of negative associations, and there existed the danger of being reprimanded again in some way.  Fear is the absence of love, and the most negative vibrational state we can ‘achieve’. 

Our tree also had to remain ‘perfect’ to my mother’s eyes the entire time it was up, and be taken down in the same regimented style.  I longed to experience a gathering of joy, and I am so grateful I was able to experience this with another family.  who I boarded with in my late teens, after a friend’s mother arranged an alternative for me with her neighbours. 

Christmas was my favourite time of year as I so enjoyed giving.  However, I was becoming increasing disturbed by how I was caused to feel when it involved giving to my own family.  A little girl can only do her very best for so long, at planning and thinking up gifts, doing what she feels she is supposed to do, if it always resulted in disappointment and lowering of her vibration/removal of joy/sad feelings.  

There came a time when I felt the need to stop giving my mother gifts, for my own wellbeing, and as I felt responsible for the part I was playing in her ill-health.  I felt that my going along with her performance each Christmas, was condoning it, and was playing a part/participating, in its creation.

I considered that if I stopped giving her gifts it may cause her to consider a different behaviour, that it would encourage a different behaviour.  I hoped that she would be given cause to reflect,  to heal, and that it would be seen as a consequence of her actions.  It certainly was not doing me any good to be treated in such a manner consistently, and my inner guidance led me to create my own healing options.

I tried all manner of different ideas and things, over many years, for many of my mother’s behaviours.  None with any results that improved the quality of either of our lives, and I had no other alternative but to part ways.

Deprivation is a fabulous teacher, as we get smack in the face, the reasons for things!  It is precisely my deprivation of joy, at times such as Christmas, that ensured that I experienced how relevant it is.  It is in my deprivation of feeling any gratitude or thankfulness directed toward me at Christmas, that enabled me to feel how wrong that was.     

Gratitude.  That is what it is all about!  We can feel gratitude that Human Beings of other faiths/cultures/language groups are doing their bit, in their own style, to raise the vibration on earth.  

Arguing over whose ‘story’ is better than anyone else’s, that brings about the joy, and still remnant while misunderstandings remain, is actually ridiculous, and caused from ignorance (without knowledge).

 Survival against fear fulled ideas, viewed with full focusof what was infront, instead of also involving the larger picture, is the reason that judging one another’s beliefs for superiority began.  I am extremely sensitive to any misfortune caused from righteously and honourably serving one’s beliefs, that may have led to honourable injury or even death.

It is only a bigger perspective that is missing, and actually traditionally it was woman who had the role in this, and why there is movement happening across the globe to bring about a balance, with each of us able to contribute our specialties!

Why we celebrate for joy is universal – bigger even than humans! – and to be arguing over what story, and whom, is also an embarrassment when viewed with a galactic perspective! : )

Blessings to one and all.  Celebrate.  Dance. Sing.  But most important feel gratitude!  For life, the sun, the grass, the birds, the air, each other…

It is not about what you are eating or what you are wearing.  It is not about anything involving any inventions of ours.  It is about core human feelings, and we all have those!!! : ) 

Make Christmas an entire GRATITUDE DAY, if you can’t for twelve days!!  : )

Is Who We Are The`Same As What We Are?

A big NO!!!

Who we are, is essentially what we make of ourselves, within the What.

Who we are, is everything that we see, do and say.  Our behaviours and our actions are who we are.

What we are, is what we manifest within, ie what it is, that makes up our ability to form a body, and an identity, here on the earth plane or third dimension.

What we are, is given the classification Homo Sapien : 

Named from being formed from a hominid ( a primate standing upright) that is ‘wise’.  I would like to think we could become Homo Sapien sapien, by now!  This is the body that can contain us in such a way as to allow us to do what it is we need to do for our life path.

Who we are, is given the general name Human :

‘HU’ is the frequency given to a higher source, or that which is above our crown chakra.  The frequency ‘OM’ is more familiar, and is related to a lower chakra, here on the earth plane. 

Man is short for ‘Manifestation of the One’.

Who we really are, is who we allow ourselves to become, as we evolve our soul and our being, from the start of our journey, to the very end, when we leave earth.

There are no limits to us. : )

Another Way Of Being.

There is a way of being, that has you choose your thoughts when you need them, and has the most useful information contained by you, arise effortlessly, when you need it.

There is a way of being, that enhances all of your senses, to a degree that continues to improve, surprising and delighting you, by becoming more enhanced a you live your life.

Life gets better and better.  As it should be, and as is the way.  Becoming aware of this, is the way to begin to receive it.  Learning tips of self-mastery, is the way to assure it, as you awaken and secure within your body, the reliable ‘hard wiring’ to make it so.

Any other way seems missing of the point really.  Do we not want to be excellent in our design?  Certainly there are reasons many of us can give as to why we do not make the most of our lives.  If we can be so much more than we are being, if we can be so much more capable than we already are, do we not owe it to ourselves – or at least our children – to find out how so? 

I was enabled a freshness and a completely unbiased view of life and humanity from my start in life.  There was no where I trusted, no one with whom I felt safe, so all information that came to me from any source, needed to be assessed by me, on its merits alone. 

Over the years I have found what a tremendous advantage this was, as I am drawn naturally to what is good for me, and what brings me joy.  And now, what has me wanting to share guaranteed life maximizing guidelines with the rest of my species!   I am enjoying bringing these writings to you! : )

 

I’m so over the toilet-WC-invention!;)

Let’s improve the common toilet invention why don’t we?  It was seen as such a mastery of inventing, the infamous ‘S’ Bend and the magic flushing action, but I say please lets move on can’t we?;) 

WC  or water closet.  What a waste of water for a start, and we really need to be taking water use into serious consideration for the future.

Many toilet systems in England still have the bidet in elaborate structures, a bottom washer, that you can squat over and be squirted at by, but that again is more a waste and a market design, than a good invention demonstrating sense and hygiene.

Let us not forget, that efficient removal of our waste products, is for the very reason that such bacteria and contaminants was the original and main cause of ill-health, disease and death amongst us.  This still applies to us today.

Keeping separate our faeces and urine from our essential needs of intake were, and still are, the most important considerations for maintenance of good health.

As I always say, there are good inventions and not so good inventions.  There are inventions that are not sensible at all but marketable, and harmful inventions that we have examples of needing to phase out of common use, due to the significant damage they caused.  DDT use, dangerous toys, cigarettes as a few examples.

Inventions are just something we have designed with our creativity, and there is no reason whatsoever that we cannot improve upon them with our improved knowledge.

May I suggest a mirror on the underside of the toilet as something that I consider necessary.  I used to have a round one stuck to the underside in one house , and in my house these days I have a mirror on the wall in proximity to the toilet for easy viewing.

If our very life and health depends upon good hygiene, and the very root cause of ill-health used to be from contamination with our waste products, then it stands to reason that we should combine the invention of the mirror if it can assist us with keeping ourselves clean?  No?

Many folk have healing to do in relation to their own connection with these lower body parts, and I feel a mirror would assist with this also.  Many preventable disorders would be observed long before they became more serious.

As  woman I can share of many other useful reasons for a mirror as we maintain ourselves in the best health possible.  Sometimes a quick look in a mirror of changes in colour or anything else can give us insight long before we feel any discomfort, and how sensible to do it as part of regular toileting.

A simple rule of life, is to look after our body the best we can afterall.  Lets ‘get over’ ourselves, and embrace every part of us;)   Also, I don’t enjoy particularly sharing the room I bathe in, with a toilet.  If it can’t be outside – and I ask why not – then better if in a separate room altogether.

The Tv show Dr Oz, had a wonderful and explanatory episode showing tests they had done in a lab on personal items from audience member’s bathrooms.  Tooth brushes, shower-caps, jars to hold toothbrushes, all showed intestinal bacteria present on them – from poo.

How many of us are told that the lid of the toilet prevents intestinal bacteria and whatever else is lurking in the toilet, from travelling 20 feet in water vapour particles whenever it is flushed?

Drop toilets are extremely practicable and there are wonderful composting systems available so you can turn your waste into productive waste for the earth.  I looked into many of these in my ecology training, and Wilderness Society/Greens/Conservation Council involvements.

The design in Muslim countries has a much better usage of water, where you use it to clean yourself, rather than using it to assist your waste to travel away from you!  Squatting lower to the ground allows for a better position to assist its removal, and water can be accessed with implements if not a spray nozzle device attached to the wall.

In some of the fine hotels in Bali and Indonesia I visited for my studies of  Orang Utans, I have experienced the best designs of a nozzle and hose attached to the wall that enabled the most complete and easy clean of all.  It is the winner so far, in the  categories of good health, great design and common sense!

The nozzle was in easy access, and extremely flexible with a soft, small but strong spray that could be directed expertly.   It makes far greater sense to use water this way, than to use it to chase the faeces fancily away from you while you wipe yourself, unseen, with a piece of dry tissue!!;)

Wiping yourself without any moisture at all – and without even a mirror!- does not make for 100% as squeaky clean as you can be every time.  The common term ‘skid marks’ in the English language, given to fecal stains found in a streak shape in the back sea of your undies, can attest to this.

My British Grandfather used to frighten some of the grandkids with his toilet antics.  He was very strict about only 3 pieces of toilet paper being used – 3 of the perforated squares only. ” One to wipe, one to polish, and one to shine” he would order.

He would inspect the role to paper to check up on you.  he would remind you of the strict rules before you needed to go, and he would enquire about it from his comfy chair, after you had been.  There was always the fear that he would visit you in there, when he was mobile enough to do so.

This is a classic example of priorities being lost.  More important that a child learns correct hygiene and reason for keeping oneself clean after toileting, than fear inducement or saving pennies on buying toilet paper from the shop.

Feedback I have received from folk talking of lovers they have had, who had not “wiped themselves properly” at one time or another, suggests it is the habit of just wiping themselves, that is not really a ‘properly’ or  an ‘adequate’ thing to do!

I am a huge fan of us all combining our strengths, passions and expertise as we live together, on, and as a part of, the organism ‘Earth’.  Lets do something better and wiser- the earth over- with our intelligence and our waste removal! : )

There Is No Such Thing As ‘Race’, We Are ‘Breeds’.

  • Why the concept ‘race’ does not suit human being as a classification word
  • Why ‘breed’ works better.
  • Why we are not even divided by language.

There is no such thing as ‘races’ of people.  We are breeds within the human species, and our breed is defined mostly by our Language.

There was never any such thing as ‘Race’ or ‘Human Race’, this was just an overused word that year in Victorian vocabulary deficient English. Seriously.
The only race that was really on was the race for ‘new’ lands, albeit someone else’s;) between Britain and France mostly, as the solution-seeking creativity to assist poverty, misery, and ill-health problems. And it was on this desperate race, the word ‘race’ was then always referred to. : )

The idea of dividing us into four, was a ridiculously simplistic bit of solution-seeking-creativity by a not very bright Britain at the time.;)

We`are still -most of us-largely living from the imagination of 18th century Britain!  There is no where on Earth, that is unaffected by it.

Putting themselves at the top of a list, that ranked Human Beings according to which ‘race’ was ‘superior’, was yet another bit of solution-seeking-creativity, to be able to better their lot at the expense of the ‘inferior’.

We still have not, recognised all of our strengths and all of our qualities.  We are living as a smidgen of ourselves to a life design that was never wise!  What we don’t know though….we don’t know.. : (

This makes as much sense to me, as going along to the R.S.P.C.A, and  regrouping  all of the dogs according to whether they are big, small, spotty or fluffy!;)

“From now on Jess, you are not a labrador, and you are not a chihuahua Sasha, and you over there, Zep, you are not a cattledog.  Francois, you are not a pomeranian either, you are all to be known only as ‘RSPCA dogs, and divided into 4 groups in relation to your size and hair style'”.  Honestly!;)  But who do we choose to guide us across the road, the chihuahua or the labrador?

Language does not divide us…vocabularly does. 

It is our feelings that determine our thoughts.  It is then our thoughts that determine our words.

We are bonded by our healing, and our living from the heart.  All Human Beings living from a state of love, have the same vocabulary,or the same word choice, whatever the language.  Lets do it : )

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