Re: intro/ what is real
Posted: Fri Feb 27, 2015 11:25 am
That is true now for "civilized" societies. Another reciprocal relationship exists between civilization and work ethic--the less civilized a society, the higher the work ethic, because it is necessary to survive. As more and more things are done FOR you, the less desire you have to DO anything, yourself.evan wrote:It is accessible. Many People have no apparent drive or work ethic in their hunt for the truths.
It has long been a goal for humanity to "let machines do the work," so he has time to pursue the things that machines cannot. Based on observation, what happened was not what the old Philosophers anticipated, as it is apparently sex, drugs and violence.evan wrote:Maybe humanity will suddenly get to a point where its time to work.
I think the 7-billion monkey effect has precedence.evan wrote:Or perhaps the hundredth monkey effect, will allow a jump in awareness.
That's what the Antiquatis Sanctuary project was about... getting enough people to work together to advance themselves in rapport, to be those folks in the gas masks when the pressure finally drops to unbearable. It's a shame there really hasn't been a way to make it work in our world these days.evan wrote:Or growth events in their personal lives, in a collective trauma , or macro in a earth growth event or such could make the difference.
Lately I feel that when I work on my own reality, focusing on growth while being in rapport with others, along with dropping the energy I was putting into what I suspected the government was planning next. Well it seems to give me a jump.
A teacher once said, in the airplane they direct us to put on our masks, if the pressure fails, prior to helping another. We need to focus on us to give us a chance of the abilities to help others.