The way to end shame is to shame it out of existence. You shame shame away.
We don’t need gurus nor almost all of our guns. We need them all to pack their bags and go get married and treat their husband or wives right. We need to smelt our guns and build meaningful relationships to bridge the gap between the ending of our pain mechanism and our deepest connection with sanity.
That, and look into the nature of nature and take account of it.
If we all did that – rather than be fake and weak and lie to ourselves and worship at the feet of bearded madmen then this planet would be extraordinarily dynamic, humanistic and pragmatic.
I have tried to see it any other way. I have tried hard. But that man is utterly utterly utterly dead now. What I see ends all that. All of it.
Gandhi used the phrase “think on it.” My friend Taraji knew Gandhi. But even then movements don’t change people. The only thing that changes man is the evolution of evolution. I see into that with the clarity of an incredibly sharp visioned eagle.
I am wholly unimportant. But as Meatloaf sang in his song: “I would do anything for love. But I won’t do that.” I won’t lie. I won’t turn a blind eye and nod my head in favor of our complacency and ignorance. No I won’t do that.
Not one moment longer.
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