War Or Language?

We must leave our ‘comfort zone’ in order to grow and develop ourselves.

For many of us today, continual warring IS our comfort zone.

It is what we are used to.
It is what we were raised in.
It underlay much conversation, life plans, career and concerns.

Maybe, due to our positioning on the earth, our vocabulary has been full of military words and little else, of survival and ‘injustice’ so this became our norm, and what we created for ourselves.

We may depend upon a contract still in place – or even for years ahead – with a warring party, as we provide provisions for service people, such as food, equipment or facilities.

We may have grown dependent upon a career in these warring services to gain our sense of respect and worth and be seeking honor and medals this way.

To remove this respect, so that it may be earned or awarded back this way, was a strategic, motivation-plan, used by our rulers at the time.   We are born deserving of respect.

Or maybe we are following in the footsteps of our parents, grandparents or other role models…

We are however, Human Beings, so we do not need to be warring at all BECAUSE WE CAN TALK. 😀

Chimpanzees need to war when another invades, simply because they cannot discuss it.

We are not chimpanzees. 😉

Much of our societal structure has foundations in complete ignorance of what it is that we are.   Our ancestors did not then know.

We do what we think is the best thing to do at the time.

There was a time before we could speak each other’s languages, that it was arguable that defensive actions be taken, for our own protection and survival.

The very nature nature of us Humans, with our expanse of intellect and high reasoning ability, is that we require language to be properly understood to one another.
We cannot possible communicate effectively enough through launching or projecting anything at each other, that does not involve human language.

To Be Human IS TO CREATE.  Therefore, we must be able to update our systems and our general knowledge, to reflect our very nature.

Our systems currently, DO NOT reflect or incorporate what it is we actually are, to even encourage our development and well being.  Hence our global deterioration. 🙂

 

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Is It Truth, or What Is Believed?

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And just because something has been written, published, mass-produced, promoted and funded by our leaders, and entire societies designed around its various concepts, doesn’t make it truth either!    Or the best thing for any of us, or ever appropriate to our design!

My mother – who I only knew as ‘monster’ – told me “it doesn’t matter what is, only what you had people believe.” Or Truth was not important as long as people believed it to be truth.

Up until the day she died, she convinced her family and everyone around her, that she was “a loving mother” and “the perfect mother”, when this was far from the truth.

From this beginning I gained insight to notice, that the very same difference between ‘what is’ and ‘what people believe” is precisely what maintains ALL our differences and arguments with each other, the entire world over!

When truth replaces what is believed to be true, everything becomes reconcilable. Truly! 🙂

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