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Let's Create a Global Declaration of Loving Intention

If we truly want to make the world a better place, we need to make radical changes now. Tinkering with our broken system isn't going to work because there's a race on between those implementing a one world government, ruled by them through their financial system, weapons and various methods of mind control, and the rest of us participating in a massive, global awakening. The good news is, all we have to do IS put our attention on the solutions and the awakening will spontaneously ignite to encompass the entire globe in short order.

The first step we need to take towards accelerating this global awakening is to understand that what is holding us back is not THEM, it is our own collective beliefs in the old systems and institutions that shaped our beliefs and values. We are our own jailers. If we want to unleash the boundless creativity and love that exists in us all, we need to clear away the old thinking that directly or indirectly supports the institutions and systems that block our unrestrained thinking.

Geographic boundaries are a perfect example of one of those old ideas. According to our current global system of geographic, territorial boundaries, your lot in life is predetermined by how lucky (or unlucky) you are to be conceived in a particular mother's womb. According to theory, anyone can scratch and claw their way to a good (or great) life (plenty of food, water, shelter, education, clothing, meaningful relationships, leisure time, etc), regardless of where they happen to be born, but try and tell that to a resident of North Korea or Zimbabwe or Liberia.

How about the idea that the natural resources of the planet are private property as if god decided to make certain families the heirs to the world's resources? No way!

How about the idea that it's OK to force people to pay to kill and maim other human beings as is the idea of wars funded by income taxes? No way!

So how can we possibly address this and all the other obvious injustices? Change yourself.


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    Jan 16 2012: I agree with you completely, except that I cannot help at this moment coz I'm too wrapped up in my current projects.

    A good place to start would be in studying existing constitutions.

    I believe that an ultimate constitution should be a composite of the many, but also a revision, which emphasizes parts that need more emphasis-development than they did when the original constitutions were written.

    It seems like the internet could help, using the concept of tag clouds or something like that. It would help decipher the common themes of constitutions around the world.

    A good constitution will model human thought-logic in some way, and so people in that field (what would one call the field of human thought?) could help.

    I think a handful of determined people should get this started, and I think that philosophers and writers, and the survivors of atrocities should chime in heavily.

    The creative process requires four steps, 1) gathering all info-material on the table; 2) analyzing the inter-relationships between the different things; 3) cutting and pasting, deciding what to keep and throw out; 4) honing.

    Right now we're at the first step. I think that info, along with bodies-people need to be gathered together now...........
    • Jan 16 2012: "I thinkā€¦the survivors of atrocities should chime in heavily." Very good point! I read your "idea worth spreading" about mothers and I have to say, I have always been amazed at the incredible sacrifice the average mother makes to rear children. I am so saddened that the traditional mother's role has been so incredibly undervalued. MOMS RULE! I believe myself to be generous and charitable, and I've tricked most people who know me into believing the same thing, but an average GOOD mother smokes me on the: willingness to make huge personal sacrifices of time, scale.

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