politics - quotes and descriptions to inspire creative writing
If faith were politics we'd call it socialism.
There comes a time when "pushing" one's ideas that could save our world becomes morally the right thing to do. And so, if you have the time, I urge you to read my book, "Nexus. A Treatise in Defence of Love as Mankind's Answer," so that we can rescue each other and our planet from the trouble of our current era. There is a link to a free version and a Kindle version from my bio (bio-link below).
When politicians start gaslighting populations with the unwitting (or otherwise) help of the media, democracy is DOA; it's time for the crash team to breath life back into these institutions that were founded as instruments of truth and fairness.
It's time for a politics that can separate cause from symptom, for when we do, progress to societal healing will be rapid and solid. Stress harms health, education and lawfulness, yet those are symptoms of poverty. When we tackle poverty we fix multiple issues at once, and it is cheaper to fix than ignore. When people have their essentials guaranteed, they relax, their brains work better, they have a chance to calm their sympathetic nervous system. That's when things get better, when they stay healthy, learn more, volunteer more... It's so simple, so obvious and so loving... so let's stop debating things we already know the answers to and fix our nation.
I wonder; if an artist painted a picture book of Libertarianism (far right) and true communism (far left), if they would look just the same - no words, just pictures. I wonder the same for the principles of every religion, if instead of words it was only art. Wouldn't they all be paintings of love, of sharing, of caring? And wouldn't they be so much easier to understand than inches of text?
Blaming the politico-economic system for taking resources from the developing world, leaving them destitute and starving, is akin to blaming a slaughterhouse for dead cows. The system is doing what it was set up to do. This is why we need system change; money is the root of our evils. Love is our answer, our solution, the key to a better world.
Our neuro-lingual chaos theory can be summarised thus. To restore order to the world it is essential to stablise lore via the reemergence of love, truth, logic and self control via role modelling. Here the activation energies required to rebuild the prefrontal cortex are lowered and those required for negative acts that boost the primitive centres are raised. Thus the lore of society is similar to an enzyme in biological systems, it is a catalyst for change in either direction. Free will still exists as it did before, the change is that people are boosted in their ability to make good loving choices that enhance positive chaos - in this way we neutralise negative chaos to bring a robust kind of order that is flexible, lasting and enhances human creativity and intelligence. The study of chaos theory and lore offers an exciting future for humanity, one that will eventually lead to a reduced need for law and the kind of rigid approach that ignites negative chaos pathways. People evolved to prefer making choices with a sense of freedom and choosing chiefs they believe in as wise people and this must be respected otherwise the energies will again lead toward negative chaos.
For the restabilisation of society the ideas that are based in love and truth offer a real sense of safety. Be careful with amygdala jacking, use it as salt on a dish as needed. Those in the grip of negative chaos are as worried sheep and often times a careful bark at the right moment can get them "home" safe and sound. Keep in your thoughts the effects of role modelling on lowering activation energies for actions, word connections and the triggering of brain chemistry/subunits (including all their puns and subunit phonetic cousins). This is the unity of all subjects of human study, this area of social evolution requires them all. Practitioners must be well schooled in philosophy too, to be able to see concepts beneath words and ensure that the supreme first principle at play is always love.