“Philosophical/Homophily”

 “Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.” 

~Vincent Van Gogh~

 

Considering  the context of this statement...shouldn’t we discuss the importance of a life. Building great things from smaller less attractive components is the underlying story of the entire universe. The significance of any one piece in that construct is easily understated, when identifying its individual participation. On that individual level, people want to be recognized for their unique purpose even beyond the underlying responsibility they all too often fall short of accepting. Equality is preached as though it is an accepted reality, while biologically the small minority that have the capacity to understand, realize it doesn’t actually exist. Human rights are exclusive to human consciousness, and don’t carry any presence in the studies of physics, chemistry, or biology. The harsh reality contradicts the misguided perspective being portrayed as truth simply because it’s the story everyone is familiar with. 

 

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 Humans tend to oversimplify things, so we don’t have to work at an understanding. We can tell you all about how we feel, yet stumble to articulate what we know without interjecting our emotions too. The vast majority of people can’t separate those two brain functions with any relative fluency. These are simply the characteristics of our evolution to the modernity we know today. Knowledge, through the advancement of technology developed by the foundations of mathematics, physics, chemistry, and all the other disciplines of science and learning advances at a pace evolution can never approach. This gap spreads individuals across a broad spectrum of any understanding distribution. Sad, mad, glad, hurt, scared, ashamed are the natural emotional responses to facing a cognitive challenge, and more often than not prevent people from pushing forward to a better understanding. This emotional segregation of individuals leaves a daunting sense of isolation, that weighs on the human consciousness like a burden. Evolutions cure is to incentivize clustering of the individuals into silos of familiarity. People that feel the same, must have some commonality in place to build from. This soothes them from their lack of understanding, relieving the need to push forward with their knowledge. 

 

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Individuals are vital to the whole, but not equally supportive to change and advancement. It’s within these categories of awareness that distinguish the various identities for who we are. Innovators, leaders, and followers are all comprised of individuals, but grouped by emotional intelligence and not rights. Your rights consist of the freedom to identify within yourself how you choose to view your circumstances, and define your personal category by managing your awareness with the growth of your individual perspective. What is paramount to participation is having the resources available to support your existence from birth through adolescence, and sadly here is where fairness comes into play. Not all children are afforded the opportunity to flourish, and within the ones who are, not all are supported in identifying their opportunity to do so. ALL...ALL social issues within our species are contrived by the self proclaimed adults. That status of adult is misinterpreted from one’s time alive absent of attained development. All of that emotional entanglement alongside dogmatic ideological biased assumptions prevents measured social assessments of individuals into categories. Instead, we tell the story of equality, even though it biologically doesn’t exist. This pacification of emotional intelligence is the world we know today, but the future can only improve for everyone once we decide to allow an entire generation that opportunity to flourish. That can’t occur until we recognize that the whole is more important than the individual pieces...

 

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“Honor/Due”

President George H.W. Bush  

June 12, 1924 - November 30, 2018

 

   "No problem of human making is too great to be overcome by human ingenuity, human energy, and the untiring hope of the human spirit."

 

I believe the man behind the imagery of his achievements represents the essence of what we define and identify with as character. That feeling comes to me as I reflect on my life during the influence of this man. George Bush was committed to guiding this country through the ever increasing complexity of a world in transition. My awareness wasn’t nearly as evolved as it is today, so blindly benefiting from the leadership of others was my existence. Awakening into a world transformed in my thirties, the fingerprints of President Bush were all around. Communism was this emotional weight from my earliest memories, and watching it’s threat to my mere existence was a part of everyday life in some form or fashion. There was a sense of relief when it collapsed throughout Eastern Europe and Russia. While not fully responsible for the fall of Soviet Communism, his participation was endeared into my memories. The idea of two opposing ideologies possessing the capacity to end the human race with the push of a button was incredibly disturbing to me as a child. Conceptualizing the understanding that me and everything around me was extinguishable with no consideration for what that meant to me was a dark cloud. The complete regression away from that confrontation was a profound moment in time for those of us affected by its threat. Facilitating this epic event ties this man to my life for the end of my days.