Liberty and civility are key fundamental issues globally, and I sensibly address them within my upcoming annual post titled “Veterans’ Way 2020”, which will be posted this coming Wednesday at midnight (wordpress.com time lul — I haven’t yet checked what the default timezone is within the post scheduler here).
There’s obviously a strong national emphasis therein (it’s posted on Veterans Day here in the U.S.), but that post offers what I hope is powerful international value for everyone.
For anyone who read that annual post in previous years, I dramatically updated it this year, so it’s worth revisiting that reading journey, if you’re a veteran of reading that yearly post.
My approach to civility and liberty are fairly innovative and thorough (carefully cultivated over the past few decades), because I believe in being purely authentic and honest even to a fundamental degree, so necessarily avoid the cheap spin and other forms of typically selfish reason abuse effectively leveraged to typically modestly advance an agenda.
My agenda is doing my entertaining best to inform society that mainstream science has (unfortunately silently) provided solid evidence to redefine power in a way that forms a logical checkmate against greed and power addiction in general.
Yes, you read that right, and yes, I am flawlessly serious about that extremely powerful claim.
It all comes down to what I call the Rule of Reality, which simply states, “The path to power is the path to powerlessness in a balanced reality.”
I will not address the hardcore scientific nature of that Rule herein (noting the science is not complicated), but I briefly and sufficiently do within the upcoming “Veterans’ Way 2020” post.
Because reality needs balance for stability (as balance is undeniably inherent within stability), reality does in effect care about the exercise of dominance, despite the tragically popular idea that reality does not give a crap about that exercise.
In other words, the answer to the question, “Can I get away it?” is always a resounding no, thanks to the Rule of Reality.
There can be no free dominance in a balanced reality, hardcore scientifically speaking, and the only price for dominance is ultimately a balancing counter-dominance.
If you hate greed, you love the Rule of Reality.
Upon sufficient public exposure and embrace of the nicely simple Rule of Reality, the global public pity movement against power addiction likely begins.
Power addicts are power junkies who need their power fix. Pleading with the greedy provides that fix. So too does being angry at them. That is why the greedy continue to be greedy.
However, intelligently and genuinely pitying greedy power addicts — because they’re genuinely ill people who are going to suffer terribly for their greed, hardcore scientifically speaking — righteously opposes that power fix (like an intervention to help an alcoholic), so sustaining a global pity movement against power addiction will properly starve them of that fix.
Their only smart choice is to get the help they need, and stop abusing society at inevitably agonizing price against themselves.
The Rule of Reality unstoppably gives our global society a new definition of power to healthily serve us all.
Anyone who optimally achieves the seven qualities of life — clean air, clean water, clean food, clean shelter, clean fun, clean love, and clean spirituality (the latter basically the managing of the boundary that separates a being from reality, so not necessarily religious) — while expending the least amount of dominance, becomes a powerful person that we all look up to in the name of improving humanity and our species’ healthy role within nature.
I spent a lot of hard work and suffering over the past few decades to be able to honestly deliver on this critical human front. This is no joke, and the extremely powerful logic speaks clearly for itself, as you will be clearly able to determine for yourself.
We finally have the genuine and undeniable leverage needed to sensibly end greed without violence, and the logical basis for uniting as the human race to ensure that health, not the terrible competing to be the most powerful person, leads our species to optimal living for all of us.
So much more to come, so stay tuned.✌️
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