When you look at the misery that permeates this world. It becomes becomes painfully, and tragically obvious that all of the governments, economic systems and religions have failed to get us to higher social and spiritual ground.
In history, widespread misery in the masses begets violent revolution: in Russia they killed the Czars; in France they stormed the Bastille. In the Teiping Rebellion in China 25 million people died in the streets. And in the USA, more American lives were lost in the Civil War than any other war.
It have become difficult for me to breath in the smoke of these smoldering fires. My eyes burn from the irritation of widespread poverty, suffering and misery. My ears ring from the constant explosions of various bombs.
So now the question becomes how do we rise up, without committing acts of murder or extreme violence against the despots that have reincarnated as the major corporations whose only God is profit, and who have no allegiances to any nation or any human individual?
How do we overthrow the czar that is the agribusiness of corporate farming, GMO’s, processed food manufacturers and their foot soldiers, the advertisers, legislators and the FDA?
How do we escape the wicked witch of western medicine, whose business is disease, not health–and her winged monkeys, the drug companies, researchers, hospitals, doctors, pharmacists and nurses?
How do we shut down the most copious human enterprise–the business of war, which is about anything BUT freedom.
How do we overcome our deadly addictions: narcotics, alcohol, processed foods, technology, recreational sex, religion and chaos? After all they’re what little joy we have in a world where joy is an extremely rare commodity.
I wonder what to do, where to go, what strategy we take. I wonder not so much for myself because mercifully the end is near. But I wonder for my God children.
In what was a long and sleepless night that began and ended with a tear. I tossed, turned and wondered what my God children’s children will find when they come here.