What’s going on?
In the world, after all the pain and suffering, all the death and destruction that that country has suffered, Norway has chosen not to be stampeded by the bombing and shooter attacks. (1)
I have to acknowledge that I didn’t think that such an enlightened response could have been expected from the representatives of any country. It wasn’t something that I’d have imagined could happen.
I thought Norway would now join the list of countries who, after having been attacked, would have beefedup their security, increased their armed forces, and began watching their citizens’ movements.
But Norway has rejected that approach. They’ve taken exactly the opposite course:
“Oslo Mayor Fabian Stang, when asked whether greater security measures were needed, sternly rejected that notion: ‘I don’t think security can solve problems. We need to teach greater respect.’” (2)
I don’t think I can convey how energized I am to see this happen. For me, and I’m only speaking for me, this represents a watershed in human history – the first time I’m aware of that the government of a nation has shown the world what’s possible.
I have to add that I’m so busy these days (doing what I love rather than doing what I don’t love) that I haven’t even been able to turn on the TV. I might find that my appraisal of the situation doesn’t actually correspond with what’s happening. Maybe I’m deluded. Who cares? If I’m wrong, do me a favor: Don’t tell me about it. I’d rather remain in this glorious bubble in which I kid myself that I’ve just seen a nation stand out against the false front of “anti-terrorism” and fear-mongering.
If Norway has in fact acted in the way I tell myself it did, the Illuminati is indeed finished. If people on Earth exist who could refuse to be stampeded by the standard black-ops ploys of the Old World Order, then I’m going to break out in a dance. It’s so promising for the rest of us, let’s emulate Norway’s example.
Regarding this site, I’ve just had a Skype conversation with someone that has me equally excited. I don’t want to identify who or what we discussed because I don’t want to upstage him. Let it be his announcement when he’s ready. It’s a barn-burner of a project and we’ll hear about it soon.
But, fortunately or unfortunately, I’m so inspired by it that I need to rattle on myself or find myself in an upset. Unexpressed joy is an upset. I’m in joy. So let me record some thoughts that came out of that call, but without alluding to the project idea that he’s currently bringing to maturity.
What our friend is doing has to do with establishing in our minds something that already exists, but which is not “here” in human society because we have barriers to seeing it. To get at that, I need to say a word about “contexts.”
A context is an idea, a way of speaking that refers to something that’s a whole. God is a whole. Love is a whole. Peace is a whole. Everything can be contained in a whole.
A whole embraces all. God embraces all. Other forms, other dimensions, other universes all live within God because “God” is a way of saying “all.” Love contains within it love as well as hate, compassion as well as cold-heartedness. All goes on within love because love is everything.
Within a whole, what’s usually observed is that which isn’t working. It doesn’t have to be that way. The fish can see the water under certain circumstances – like enlightenment. But usually the fish is simply aware of a predator that’s chasing it or a rock it’s about to collide with.
This table I’m rattling away on, which holds up my keyboard, is working. When was the last time I thought about this table? Not since forever.
Actually that isn’t true because at some point during my conversation with my friend, a piece of tape holding something down on the table ceased sticking. It came undone and I became aware of it. Having become aware of it, I fixed it by replacing it with another piece of tape. I took unworkability and restored it to workability. And that’s the only time I’ve been aware of this table recently.
What we’re usually aware of in this world is that which doesn’t work – hunger, thirst, poverty, sickness, flooded fields, locust-infested lands, beetle-destroyed forests, and so on. What then is our work in order to create a world that works for everyone? Simple. Take unworkable conditions and make them work – for everyone.
And that’s what my friend is about to do, whenever he’s ready to begin. He’s taking an unworkable condition within a context and inviting all of us around the world to focus on a point in time – a deadline – by which that unworkability will be removed and matters restored to workability.
He’s the first person I’ve met recently who’s chosen to do this. (Others have chosen to do it a ways back in time.) But this is what you can do as well. Choose an aspect of the world’s unworkability and create a project designed to elicit global cooperation in making that condition work. Restore things to the way the context would have them be anyways. If people are killing others, focus world attention on it and have it stop. If people are polluting, focus world attention on it and have it stop. Restore us to the context, the default, the way it is anyways, which unworkability obscures. Convert unworkability into workability. That’s all there is to do in life. Workability does not need fixing; only unworkability does.
Always remember that, if you want something to stop, you must set a deadline for it. No sense saying “we shall overcome some day.” There’s no way to coordinate a global project with a deadline like “some day.” To coordinate people, we must have a commonly-agreed-upon deadline. Man on the moon by 1970. The end of starvation on the planet by …? Ascension by Dec. 21, 2012. In response to the latter deadline, millions of ships arrive here with hundreds of millions of people, all working to a common schedule.
There never was a time in human history where there wasn’t more of a chance of having what we set out to do actually happen. This is the time for the shot heard round the world, for the idea whose time has come. Where are the Paul Reveres? Where are the global minutemen?
The idea of a world that works for everyone is an idea whose time has come. (3) And we are going to make that world of workability happen. Who else if not us? Who else would you rather it be than us?
Choose a condition of the world’s unworkability, make it your project to turn that unworkability into workability, set a date by which it will end, and call for its end by that date. Coordinate us. Mobilize us. This is the time for that. This is the time for miracles. This is the time for results.
How am I going to sleep tonight? Count sheep? Wait for the sun?
(1) See Louie’s first post at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2011/07/an-un-american-response-to-the-oslo-attack/
(2) Loc. cit.
(3) I acknowledge Werner Erhard as the source of that phrase and a great deal of this article.