Bog Creature

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The meaning of life in the public future

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Whose money is money...is it public property in a civilized world or private property?

Should all jobs be good jobs?

Does cascading top down economics work for the majority or the minority?

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Bog Creature
Posted 19 days ago
Are tensions, conflicts, and wars permanent part of the human condition? How can we avoid wars or mitigate the ravages of war?
How do we translate and understand the intrinsic value of our human condition if we do not relate to the same reference data at source internationally? How can we avoid war? If all humans have a natural right to a shared awareness of what the ‘human condition’ is as a permanent tangible relationships of all reasonable morality in mortality in motion, then the reason, purpose and function of war is obsolete to the internalized actions of an intelligent species with an external curiosity for potential life elsewhere…we should utilize 3d models of death to illuminate the journey of our (all) ancestors to each and every one of us through internationally approved education and 3d observable models of natural unity in the organizational structure of collective democratic channels of growth and development philosophy we can all transparently relate too, if responsibility as purpose in the meaning of fairness…We all have a right to exist in each existential layer and fragment of reality we share as one transient whole? Why do we not think as one head in time and space…how do we organize collective thoughts and reason to represent the universality of growth ethics to the significance of all mass population realities?
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Bog Creature
Posted 24 days ago
Are tensions, conflicts, and wars permanent part of the human condition? How can we avoid wars or mitigate the ravages of war?
Conflict, tensions and wars are a distraction from what it is to be real without threat of elimination if being human is right for more people than being human is wrong…when is a humans right not right? Before during or after the war and how is anyone ever going to make things right to the satisfaction of all natural unions in all particular nations, should, all nations see humanity as one being, is our idea of species, fit for purpose in the current age and throughout the historical administration of right to the satisfaction of all lives concerned…if humans are moral creatures, misguide by the polluting waters and graves of the dead, ritual scars in the patterns of age…is all knowledge good for us and by us do we mean the US or the international universal US and if the universal warrior of time and space does not evolve Groundhog day continues, war is in our blood, but, it doesn’t belong there and it doesn't have to be eternally internalized?
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Bog Creature
Posted 24 days ago
Are tensions, conflicts, and wars permanent part of the human condition? How can we avoid wars or mitigate the ravages of war?
L00k into my eyes, not around the eyes, look into my eyes, you’re under! I think we should all swallow some kind of universal friendly chill-pill and wake-up! from the nightmare in this condition, unfolding as we breath, does anyone share a concern for where in the ‘fracking hell’ it’s all going when mercenary elites (with no respect for life) control the machines that enslave us and your friendly just ‘ice’ system is the elites pet whore and their right to compete, dick Tate the meaning of growth in the glow ball mark eat plaice experimentation's in all ways to kill, but, kill what! in anyone’s name should they be competing to kill, each other! ground hog day, hello, why is this wrong, we need to change direction as a collective to succeed, where, countless other generations before us in the ancestral chain, have failed, everyone as a right to survive the fragility in equilibrium it is to be human in the natural place they occupy in this space through the common and unique time shared as transient ancestral members of our common and natural condition. A human possess a chamber of innate knowledge flowing like a tentacle in the history of our human space as a natural collective unconscious chamber of reality in time as 7.2 billion tentacles feel for the answers in the rear chamber of this ride, but, our rear view peripheral perception is locked into the loop working with the reality confronting the forward chamber, hence, blind in two directions the human being is, blind and stupid. Pee is peace; if all pee is a reflection of the pure geometry in the temporal fluid dynamics of the humans minds right full lifespan, their unique knowledge contained within the complete chamber of time, through the tangible non-physical fluid geometry in the common connection to this physical reality of now! I’m sharing with you from the comfort of my personal bog!
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Bog Creature
Posted 24 days ago
Are tensions, conflicts, and wars permanent part of the human condition? How can we avoid wars or mitigate the ravages of war?
Premature deaths are permanent, whilst, tensions, conflicts and wars are transient, yet, permanent in all legacy of blood spilt in the name of liberation, survival, greed, religion, power, feud; the eternal stream of groundhog day human repetitions, reverberating like echoes in each pool and theater of death through time and the multiple scenarios at play in a single universal bomb shell moment...a curse of many generation and consolidated into those occupying this present moment and yet how many feel a responsibility towards the evidence of war and in what way should we analyze it as an international observable meaning? Death is both a physical and non-physical detachment from life in the known reality of the human condition, hence, is detachment from life a permanent eradication from time and space or is death preserved as intrinsic observable evidence to the satisfaction and legitimate concern of all masses. Should we think outside the box when it comes to looking at ourselves in some universally identifiable intrinsic way? Is life in the known reality of this human condition an internationally agreed awareness of collective mortality in morality in all reality in motion, a fragile enough ‘state’ for children to appreciate, without the repetition of death after death throughout the entire universal circumference of tensions, conflict and wars? What is the human being missing from the big picture and failing to communicate to the significance and preserve of present and future generations?
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Bog Creature
Posted about 1 month ago
What is behind competition? Does competition influence the behavior of people in a negative way?
If perfection does not exist why use the word at all, yet, people do and I would posit that on a micro scale perfection is in the eye of the beholder and as such is tangible to the micro intellect in the existential pattern languages of life. You mention the works of Leonardo da Vinci and Monet, would you dismiss the notion of perfection in their work, or through the eyes of those observing? If you complete a work without human error or imperfection is it not an object of perfection? Einstein said “Everyone is a genius, but, if you judge a fish on its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid” Is this not what in effect capitalism does to populations on mass, come climb this social ladder with all the rungs neatly cut out at the bottom, whilst, the owners keep extending the altitude of the ladder at the top? Does the worker own the means of production or does the owner own the means of production, given the only division between the worker and the owner is the finances, but, who owns money in a bill of rights, the people or their owners?
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Bog Creature
Posted about 1 month ago
What is behind competition? Does competition influence the behavior of people in a negative way?
Competition with what does the art of war teach us to be wary of, with the enemy we think we know or the potential enemy we have never experienced…How do we fight, that which we cannot see, if that we cannot see is a threat to the life and freedom as we know it in the forward chamber of law, morality, justice and the globalized military industrial complex? Is war as a complex focusing the universal minds of mortality in the right direction and do not the behaviors and habit of all other species represent valuable living data to the future of health and war, with potentials beyond that of our current imaginations? Universal common rights of natural association to feel secure about the universal common future of growth and development morality, through access and ownership of the moral compass of growth and development justice of all people by all people for all people…what is a universal bill of growth to a bill of rights in the next century, what is the legacy of transparency we ought to leave the next generation as a species in the abyss of a universal environment with so many potentials for life beyond the ground hog day realities of our own self mutilating repetitive war sin-drome syndrome? I hate competition, but, perhaps, just perhaps there’s some intrinsic reason exists, why all should have a right to survive the proximity limits significant to the co-ordinates of our own kind upon this insignificant speck of rock hurtling through the universe, are we not all brothers, sisters of a free world and in what way should the workers of the world unite to forge and create a better tomorrow?
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Bog Creature
Posted about 1 month ago
What is behind competition? Does competition influence the behavior of people in a negative way?
Hence is there a problem with the induction to life as a meaning or is life as a meaning nothing more than the meaning of death as a reflection of what we are capable of. Is one size fits all, fair, reasonable and transparent in terms of international financial literacy, fit for the purpose and functional purpose of a human lifespan…is a respect for life a respect for our cosmic lifespan and rights to a more progressive universal future, is the future the final frontier, the concept of a new world everyone as to deal with as our population doubles and trebles in the foreseeable future? I think the planet is the primary source of physical wealth we have in our lives and the species is the secondary wealth, moving in tandem within the intertwined space and depth of all life spans, like strands of hair clinging to a single body and thus far (?) an uninterrupted common signature spanning the depths of time. What we understand and observe about our own species gives us the potential and insight into the nature of life as a continuum elsewhere, if elsewhere is a place we should consider as a viable habit for species unknown to our own experience.