(Continued from Part 1, yesterday.)
The point I wanted to make however is: what do we do in the face of this constant change to maintain our equilibrium, our balance?
Things are going faster than I can keep up with.
What do we do?
I can only say what I do, which I’ve been doing since childhood, but which a boss later called “getting your arms around it.”
I say: We need to get bigger than it. We need to get bigger than the situation we face.
That’s only one way of handling it but a way that’s worked for me, who likes the big picture anyways.
What do I mean by it?
Well, I imagine myself getting bigger than the planet and therefore having the view of the entire globe.
And I then experience the feelings or vibrations that I sense from the various countries. Next I allow my mind to feed back to me what I know of the situation on the ground. Now I’m starting to open to the bigger picture.
And then I look at universal factors.
We all need food. We all need shelter. We all need access to the best medical care available. And so on. I’m now beginning to think bigger. I’m now thinking globally.
That’s how I do it. (1)
The real hurdle is in getting over only thinking about what’s best and most loving for us personally and beginning to think about what’s best and most loving for the whole human family.
The minute you get near to this territory, you’re called a communist, socialist, leftie, whatever. Ridicule is a recognized attack strategy. (2)
Putting that aside, we can’t let the opportunity this pandemic represents pass us by. It’s had us as a world act together to end a global threat.
Think globally, act locally, we said in the Sixties.
That’s where we need to go, in my view, as the one global family we’re showing ourselves to be in response to the pandemic. I’m not talking about our leaders. I’m talking about us, whom we watched in every corner of the globe via stories of the world’s response to the pandemic.
We saw our commonality. Oh, gosh, there’s their coffee shop. There’s their drug store. Their streets look just like ours. They’re waving to us from their balconies. They’re banging their pots, just like we are. The first message that came across was: “Just like us.”
Black/white, Muslim/Jew, Christian/Muslim, rich/poor, whatever, just like us.
It’s said that travel broadens the mind. So does televised coverage of life elsewhere.
It reminded us that “we’re all in this together.” We all faced a common threat and it brought us all together.
I’m not sure the cabal foresaw that. Our harmony will again foil their plans.
All of us need to take the first step to sharing the wealth more equally around the world.
That first step should not be threatening to anyone. It is to follow the President’s plan to sequester the wealth of serious human-rights abusers.
The President mandated it in his Executive Order of Sept. 21, 2017. That money could be used to finance the program I just outlined.
The program I laid out is not communist, not socialist. (3) The program is humanitarian and compassionate. It eminently accords with Jesus’s teachings, such as “love one another as I have loved you.”
It compensates people for what they’ve been put through.
What have they been through? Again big picture:
Everyone endured the automation of work, the buyer’s market for labor it created, and the fall of trade unions.
We endured jobless recoveries from periodic recessions, which recessions were nothing more than a means of shedding workers.
We lost pensions, medical plans, dental plans, and all other benefits. Reasonable salary increases. Permanent employment. Opportunities for advancement. All these became things of the past.
We suffered under weather warfare attacks by HAARP – hurricanes, earthquakes, flooding. We suffered from chemtrails, viruses, and vaccines.
And now we face enduring privation on a global scale. Will we let this be another jobless recovery, where we shed millions more workers?
Or will we have it be a wholesale, tectonic shift in our values and actions.
There are so many forces behind the scenes acting on our behalf, some of them dying for us. The part of the program that I just outlined falls to us. I don’t want their sacrifice to have been in vain and I’m sure you don’t either.
I’ve provided a platform, a package of services, which I make freely available to anyone. Let’s globally enact this basket of universal services and make the big change. (4)
(1) Watch my critics try to shame me for looking inwards to get a sense of what’s happening in the world. And yet I’m consulting my knowledge gleaned from research and stored in memory and the sense I’ve generated as a result of it.
(2) Developed by the CIA. As a number of leaders have observed: First comes ridicule. Then comes anger. Then comes agreement and protests of obviousness.
(3) I once nearly flubbed a Ph.D. exam because, in reply to a question about Karl Marx, I acknowledged that I had never read him and didn’t care to.
(4) There’s no need to credit me for any of this. Just take it and run with it.