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The mantra is this: I’m breathing. I’m alive. There is something I can do. I can open my heart when it wants to close. I can listen. I can ask questions. I can open the space for community. I can be a source for nurturing dialogue that creates rather than destroys. Because, as humans, we all want the same things, ultimately. We want to love, and be loved. We want our voices to be heard and acknowledged. And we want to make a difference with our actions.
I’ve had so many conversations recently about how the world seems to be showing us its worst side. How scary and stupid it all is. But it’s not scary and stupid. It’s perfect. THE PROBLEM What is emerging among us – in the UK/EU, in the US Presidential Race and now in Turkey – is a perfect, predictable, natural outcome of what we designed the current system to do i.e. to have leaders at ‘the front of the room’ promise us that they will take care of us, on our behalf, and look after our collective futures.
Once a society loses this capacity [for dialogue], all that’s left is a cacophony of voices battling it out to see who wins and who loses. There is no capacity to go deeper, to find a deeper meaning that transcends individual views and self-interest. It seems reasonable to ask whether many of our deeper problems in governing ourselves, the so-called gridlock and loss of mutual respect and caring might not stem from this lost capacity to talk with one another and to think together as part of the larger community.
So you’ve been wrong all your life: it’s the shape-shifting reptilian aliens who really control Earth by taking on human form and gaining political power to manipulate human societies. David Icke came to me in a dream and told me. And Part 1 of our little theory - sorry, fact - claimed that I’d found out how they were controlling us: they were making all the smart people really busy.
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