Bless up, Selassielive
We all have creator and destroyer within us. Who we are depends on which energy we feed the most. Sometimes, in my opinion, it is necessary to destroy......
Hyprocrisy and vanity are unfortunately human conditions. That is why it is necessary that they be pointed out and accounted for.)
if the creator/destroyer needs to be fed by you; then we are never actually either, at anytime! else who'd be the 'feeder'??
failure or pass cannot be determined
without the 'passing' grade being set (be it 50%, 65%);
Like manner, if we percieve unfortunate
or fortunate human conditions,
then we have "a 'passing' grade" supposition
of the human condition, to judge the human condition
It is the supposition
that we (feeders) cast on ourselves
that 'creates' hyprocrisy/vanity
by such an such age your suppose to have or being doing this.
If not, your a failure, an stress comes, fustration comes; which are literal killers as much as any malignant desease!
or being accounted and pointed out as
a hypocryt, vain, fool, etc
does not take in account, perspectives
of where the individual is coming from.
Suppositions and labels are totally
IGNORANT of this! ignorant of truth!
as well, i'm saying
we cannot account people with
conceptual, im'specific suppositions/labels
to real, specific individual circumstances.
Everything is not 'black' and 'white';
it does nothing significant of said person or ini
apart from knowing what someone is being perceived as, no?
I dont necessarily think it is bad to branch out and start ones own thing. Ideas are resources that can never be exhausted.)
Ones spending millions to excersize the vision of space exploration while their own species suffer on earth!
The supporting community have to find or divide their money/resources
the more another organization pops up with grand ideas for their community?
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