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Don’t Despair 20 Somethings

I’m really concerned about the despair that I read in http://mikachu.nu in her recommended blogroll.  A lot of young women are feeling very anxious and have despair.  It’s like they look around and see a lot of people in a malaise.  No one thinks about the future.  It’s like a big blur because there is so much uncertainty.  We need to get re-focused on understanding that our collective and individual thoughts are solely responsible for our future.  We have to get the wisdom of belief back.  It ‘s so hard to do when you think you are  not in control. it’s like we’re burned out and don’t want to be in control, we’re ripe for someone to come in and motivate us in some direction, any direction.  direction means movement and we crave movement because we feel like we are stuck and can’t get out.  what is causing this lethargy – is it in the planets – huge solar flares – the earth being shifted a bit because of the earthquakes – or is it just ourselves. are we so busy trying to outwardly connect that we forget living small.  we forget the greatness of what is immediately around us – the most 3-d experience we can have, why are we trying to duplicate reality when all we need to do is get out into nature and allow your self to experience and communicate with the energy of the universe.

Vanessa Soberanis

These Photos are Magnificent , Vanessa Soberanis.

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April 18, 2010 Posted by | American Indians, Avatars - Yours, Consumerism, Earth, Health Care, Marijuana, Sexuality, Women's Health | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Does a thought leave a carbon footprint?

Oh yeah so a bowl full of Green Crack later I’m enjoying the twitter prose of @dannydanko and realizing how much I miss the power of the word and especially the written word. Authors full of notepads with page after page of voracious outpourings of words from their brains. Or sometimes the empty notebooks longing for some covering ink to hide the pain of a glaring exposed blank page.

Laws

Our Laws Need To Be Written On Something Permanent

Then came the thought about laws and how they’re recorded. Most of the history of civilizations we have learned the most about had it written in stone. Yes, literally stone. Even after global warmings and shifts in nature we can uncover hidden civilizations and their history because they left their story. Then in the dark ages and the iron age ( i never could figure out the iron age in history) we didn’t record their history by the written word. We recorded it by the weapons/tools they created because they were illiterates and didn’t record things in stone and paper was not a respected record. They lived in the moment because life was hard and all you thought about was survival. Not like in Egyptian times where people had more time to think. The amount of thinking time versus survival time in a culture is in proportion to it’s success and longevity.

Religion seems to surpass the need for something to be written but then you rely on the word of followers who give their own spin. the only thing that doesn’t require recording is the real truth of the universe. Once you have an understanding of what this is you require no physical proof. Understanding which is intangible is realized.

Very few people are enlightened and therefore you need a society with laws. Recently (300 years or so, actually much longer) we have been writing laws on paper. For the most part paper is a very week physical representation for societal laws but it’s been working, animal skins lasted slightly longer. What happens now when paper is no longer used? I want to know that important parts of civilization are permantly recorded and can be instantly accessed. Like human DNA which tells a great biologic history. I want to know about human events and life. It could all be gone because none of it is put on permanent chips or something. Actually the answer lies deep with us. there is a tiny micro atom (name not discovered yet) that houses all information about the universe past and present material and (wait a minute, does a thought leave a carbon footprint?). This is the same energy unit that the Bhagavad gita talked about. This micro atom is indestructible and enters a life form for a period of time. The human body on earth is ore of a delight because they are a bit closer to who they are but still not even close. They do inhabit most life forms to some degree they are like worker ants to the queen bee. they inhabit life forces to send back information to the main intelligence which is actually nonexistent and cycles back to the inhabitants. That’s why the universe is limitless. It’s like a fat person. the body will keep building an an infrastructure to house the bigger body and the support systems necessary to support it. in the natural world certain bodily functions give out, in the universal world they can’t they are too smart and too powerful.

Anyway i want to talk to and meet the unbelievable writers of today. i want to meet you in a medical marijuana collective where we are free. That’s kinda why i don’t want marijuana legalized, i like the “very few restrictions” it has now. Its like it left up to the locals to duke it out on a local level without big government interfering. The problem is it doesn’t have much money behind it at a local level, you don’t have cool dispensaries with a cool clientele that is proud to be a member, everything has to be kept too hush hush and it doesn’t allow for social aggregating and communing ideas, art, poetry, writing. Can you imagine cannabis bars like in amsterdam along adams ave. in san diego – totally cool as hell. that’s how older cities like brooklyn and detroit and buffalo will rebound. allow the consumption of cannabis, grow the greatest strains and lure the artists. make it cool to live there because of the freedom of expression.. it’s the 60’s all over but this time the 1Numbers are armed with the wisdom and knowledge of those 60′ folks the baby boomers. they totally connect to the baby boomers. the twenty somethings are an awesome generation of free thinkers who are restudying the cores of the american constitution. they’ve seen more immigrants than back in the late 18oo’s early 1900’s think about that.

March 28, 2010 Posted by | Art, Consumerism, Earth, Marijuana, Marijuana Consumption, Right to Privacy, Sexuality, The Constitution, Uncategorized, Unique Lifeforms, Women's Health | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

National Health Care is a Good Start – Then Turn It Over to the States

Sexy Shaun White Exemplary 20 Something

Sexy Shaun White Exemplary "20 Something"

I would like to have a club that only allowed people aged 20 – 28 and 48 – 65.  These two generations are almost identical and could really learn from one another.  They share the same ideals and beliefs before consumerism took over. The kids (I’ll call them kids and it’s by no means derogatory) are bringing back 60’s and 70’s music, culture and politics.  Outwardly focused agenda’s versus the Me, Mine focused agenda’s of the 80’s and 90’s.  These two groups could be very powerful together.  The 20 Somethings were 50/50 McCain – Obama until McCain chose Palin.  They’re too smart for that.  They understand a puppet candidate versus someone at least slightly better than that.  The 20 Somethings fled toward Obama but now that he’s actually been elected and 25% of his contract is done they’re like, wow not much has changed (except this week with health care – that may have been the defining move in his Presidency.  If they write up Health Care with future power turned over to the states as I’ve outlined below he could be a hero.  Yes welcome to our political system.

The best answer to a government by the people is to keep it Local and keep it Small.  That’s why the founding fathers wanted the power to be with the towns and cities within the states.  That’s why they wanted more control by the states so the federal government would not be powerful.  It would merely moderate disputes according to the constitution.  Other than than a moderating entity the federal government was not to have power.

Think about it.  How awesome would it be for individual states to be graded and judged according to how it was to live there and what freedoms you had.  States would become cool to live in for more reasons than just taxes.  Rarely are states talked about in terms of the liberties you get by living there.  I actually don’t have a problem with healthcare for everyone.  I’d like to live in a culture where living healthy was a priority and encouraged.  Protecting the environment was encouraged.  But I don’t need a law mandating where money goes. I want to choose things that I feel are important, not my government. It’s my money.  I could agree to pay a certain amount of my income to causes I believed in.  I, on my taxes could check off where I wanted the money to go.  If I wanted health insurance I would check that off and my money could go there.  I would live in a state where I shared the same beliefs as others.  This is not like a cult or monochromatic.  Quite the opposite.  I want to live in a diverse community where people believe in many different things openly and with zeal but people are not hated for it, the culture would be one of respect for individualism and encouraged.

I want California to be the first state to legalize marijuana and not for the usual reasons people think.  I want California to legalize it #1 because it’ an expensive mistake the government made when they decided to prohibit it much like they did in the 20’s and 30’s with alcohol.  It could actually be an incredible viable industry and a product like wine, which California has a reputation for having the best in the world.  It’s natural, organic and provides pleasure.

#2 It sets the message that the power can go back to the states.  If the states feel that something  at a federal level is a huge mistake they can disagree and have different laws.  Marijuana for example.  Right now states are trying to do this with health care but I think this is a mistake.  It would take too long to have 50 states come up with state health plans, get them drawn up, voted on – agreed upon.  It would be a disaster.  At this point we need a national plan.  Going forward however, power regarding health, should then be turned over to the states as they become more prepared to handle it.

Back to the older part of the post…

Not only has nothing happened but we’re in another war – Afghanistan?  A country that has taken down anyone who attempts to get past it’s impenetrable mountain borders. Then you ask all this for what?? Shaun White.

boomerange

Baby Boomers Reborn "The Boomerangs - RG's"

They are disgusted with our foreign policy agenda.  They don’t understand why we are invading other countries and brutalizing their citizens.  Those that are in the military had no choice.  There are no jobs and it’s the only way they  have a chance at making some money and maybe a career. They have been manipulated by the government and media that you have courage and greatness when you are a soldier.  The country loves you no matter what kind of person you are.  You are a glorified Army Ant.  Nothing more nothing less.  Army Ant.

Army Ant

Army Ant, No It's Not Heroic

The 20 Somethings have less ego like those of the 60’s.  They love freedom and individualism.  I just wish they would take up much more strongly the fact that our government killed 3,ooo plus citizens on 911.  They should be storming the white house, holding marches and demanding answers.  These crimes have to stop against the American people all in the name of security.

I’m worried I’m so shocked and outraged that I have to leave this country but to where?  or holy shit you 20 Somethings find the truth and punish.  But there is no  media  money anymore to have real unbiased journalism.  It doesn’t exist.  the only model that can exist is on the spot reporters who gain points with relevancy and immediacy.   They don’t get caught with bogus reports.   I’m not sure this pay model can profit without hiring immigrants at the street level.

Is, 911 a lie?

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=7866929448192753501&hl=en#

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March 20, 2010 Posted by | Consumerism, Earth, Health Care, Marijuana, Marijuana Consumption, Right to Privacy, Sexuality, The Constitution, Women's Health | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment