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Within each person is the miracle of a unique consciousness unlike any other in the universe. Within you, you will find everything you need to be complete. Within you is the power of unlimited creation. Within each of us is the enormous creator potential. We must seek together to address the good aspirations of people everywhere, for we are bound together through great commonality. There is a deep interconnectedness of all life on earth, from the tiniest organisms, to the largest ecosystems, and absolutely between each person, no matter their cultures or traditions.

Because of our interconnectedness, we all know that extreme poverty and exclusionary practices are violations against the basic dignity of people. The vast and beautiful world is the home we share together. Nature is our salvation, not technology or the intellect. Technology can neither save us nor destroy us, it can only aid the will, thus it is the will and our choices which determine everything. Nature is the ultimate technology; a technology we are still too immature, arrogant, possessive and careless to care for responsibly. Rather than trying to master nature we should start with the basics of trying to understand nature, cooperate with nature and share nature's life-sustaining blessing with our brothers and sisters everywhere. There are enough resources in the world for everyone. We must stop treating the environment possessively, and as an expendable commodity. We must protect and share the world. Sharing IS caring. A great deal of struggle and sorrow in the world comes from misguided feelings of pride of ownership and possessiveness, versus the humble spirit of stewardship as common temporary inheritors of the great resources of earth. The world has been loaned to humanity by the universal powers of creation. To believe we own anything is a ridiculous notion. We only own our brief, ephemeral experiences, during a flash of an appearance, in a small sliver of time. When we leave this earth, then every property, thing and even idea — all that was us — is left behind for the next generation.

There can never be any real freedom on earth as long as people try to exert ownership over the natural resources of the world. Ownership is yet another of the endless forms of arrogance engaged in by the lower self. The natural resources of the world do not belong to any person, organization, collective, or so-called nation. We do, however, possess the opportunity to be kind, loving, and considerate to others. We possess the choice of turning away from the lower self, and reaching for the higher mind. We possess a clarifying and self-defining moment of chance to give others the greatest comfort they can have during their journeys, while we are seeking comfort for ourselves. Let your greatest possession be the ability to let go of any possession, joyfully.

Who or what process put people on earth? From what source do natural rights come? If we choose to not argue about the process by which we came to be, we can absolutely agree that some process has placed us here, and that process exceeds the authority of any current human-created authority. Even when we humans create authority, it is an extension of some process created within us by the source, and so it stands to reason that the very same source-flow of authority is available to all people at all times. Our natural rights come from an authority beyond the petty rule of man.

Look at the sad and perverted system of property rights as defined under American capitalism by her founding fathers. It was a ruling class of white male aristocratic landowners and businessmen, who took it upon themselves to recreate a new feudal system, under which the drastic imbalance in the standards of living between the very rich and the very poor was preserved in perpetuity. Our new millennium capitalist world of the one-percent lording over the ninety-nine percent is hardly any different, when you think about it. Even today, real-estate ownership is the major divider between the wealthy and the poor; where landlords are as the name implies, lords of the land, acting as financial masters over a peasant class of renters. The government and laws define the rules, permits, and codes for building and land ownership, in order to keep the monopoly game players' pieces moving around the board from birth to the grave, with property taxes ensuring that even "owners" are really just quasi-economic sharecroppers, serving the true lords of the land.

Since we are all free souls inhabiting earth, who really has the authority to tell another where they are allowed to travel, walk, stand, build, sit, or exist? This is the constant challenge to self-authority, which is ever being squelched and neutralized by the power structures that seek to maintain their control. As equal human beings with temporary time on the planet, which has been loaned to us while we are alive, where does the authority to control your space and movement come from? Any person should be allowed to freely negotiate with others, without central permission, to go anywhere and at anytime, and should be able to breathe the air, look at a sunset, and exist as a simple human being while residing on this earth. We all draw breath and life from the same source of creation.

Each individual is born into life as a creation from the source, and as an inhabitant and visitor to this planet. But scheming man, like a weaving spider, has made a snare into which each new person born is caught and kept for the remainder of their life. This finely-crafted trap represents the highest form of prison technology, for it is a prison requiring no bars, and into which people voluntarily submit themselves for life sentences. But the consciousness of humanity is resilient. No matter how deeply humanity has been induced into a hypnagogic state, the consciousness survives and has its own way of re-emerging in time. This is what we see happening today around the world, the sleepy eye of humanity beginning to open and see. Soon we shall be fully awake, and stand clear-eyed and tall on our deepest principles and values, which cherish above all the gift of life and freedom.

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Within each person is the miracle of a unique consciousness unlike any other in the universe.
Within you, you will find everything you need to be complete.
Within you is the power of unlimited creation.
We must seek together to address the good aspirations of people everywhere, for we are bound together through great commonality.
There is a deep interconnectedness of all life on earth, from the tiniest organisms, to the largest ecosystems, and absolutely between each person, no matter their cultures or traditions.
Because of our interconnectedness, we all know that extreme poverty and exclusionary practices are violations against the basic dignity of people.
The vast and beautiful world is the home we share together.
Technology can neither save us nor destroy us, it can only aid the will, thus it is the will and our choices which determine everything.
Nature is the ultimate technology; a technology we are still too immature, arrogant, possessive and careless to care for responsibly.
Rather than trying to master nature we should start with the basics of trying to understand nature.
We must stop treating the environment possessively, and as an expendable commodity.
We must protect and share the world.
A great deal of struggle and sorrow in the world comes from misguided feelings of pride of ownership and possessiveness.
The world has been loaned to humanity by the universal powers of creation.
To believe we own anything is a ridiculous notion.
There can never be any real freedom on earth as long as people try to exert ownership over the natural resources of the world.
The natural resources of the world do not belong to any person, organization, collective, or so-called nation.
Let your greatest possession be the ability to let go of any possession, joyfully.
Our natural rights come from an authority beyond the petty rule of man.
Property taxes ensure that even "owners" are really just quasi-economic sharecroppers, serving the true lords of the land.
We all draw breath and life from the same source of creation.
Scheming man, like a weaving spider, has made a snare into which each new person born is caught and kept for the remainder of their life.

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"I live in Miami with my wife Jenni, and I have three amazing daughters. I am a simple person, who as a boy, ran around barefoot on a dirt-road in Alabama — dreaming of being a writer. I am probably best known as a writer of pithy sayings and small, simple aphorisms which have found their way into tens-of-thousands of publications, including by some of the biggest publishers in the world. I love to inspire people and show them their inner-beauty. I see the world spiritually. My mission is to cause people to consider kinder ways in which we could do business, structure our relationships and treat the world." Bio


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