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Voice of Reason: Speaking to the Great and Good Spirit of Revolution of Mind



"There is something greater than any nation; it is the spirit which created the nation."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"Where wise actions are the fruit of life, wise discourse is the pollination."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"Respectful communication under conflict or opposition is an essential and truly awe-inspiring ability."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"Cultivating cross-cultural understanding involves having the courage to listen carefully and respectfully, and then giving real and heartfelt consideration to what has been communicated. It involves reaching for deeper understanding beyond what was merely said, and into what was meant or intended. It involves considering the greater context of the history and experiences that created the need for the discussion, over what may sometimes be years, decades or even centuries. This type of high-order listening is only possible with great intention, humility and magnanimity."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"What every person or group wishes to say is important, even when we do not fully understand their message, and even when they do not fully understand their own message."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"We are all one in this great experience of life."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"What we do to others, we do to ourselves."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"Afford every soul we encounter the wide and free passage they need to express themselves."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"We must always strive toward our noblest behavior as good listeners by receiving messages with a graceful comportment, showcasing the highest state of respect we can muster."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"Always encourage and facilitate the mutual, free and respectful exchange of ideas."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"There is no battle or engagement with any institution, company or government; it is always an engagement of ideas."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"All ideas in a truly free society should always be open for discussion."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"The individual cannot exist outside of the many spheres of the deeply interconnected webs of life."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"It is especially disgraceful when our created society fails to respond to the human indignities of not having our simple needs met."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"We are all frail-embodied creatures, who at times suffer through injustice, abuse, illness, pain and misfortune."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"Respect is the lifeblood of progress, and the safe harbor of humanity's great aspiration."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"Respect is that great spirit of good, which creates the beautiful space giving all souls the simple room to breathe."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"Any act of violence creates resentment and resistance, because humans were meant to be free."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"The most deadly silent killer of passive violence, is the everyday social menacing of people into silence."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"Without love and compassion, nothing is sacred."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"No marketplace, free or otherwise, is good when it fails to consider the basic human state of needs at every stage of life."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"No political body is sacred, sustainable or under protection, which allows the exploitation of its weakest citizens."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"No nation's flag is great or glorious if it flies over the weak and downtrodden, even if they raise and protect it out of misguided allegiance."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"No belief or idea is sacred, unless it treats all people as sacred."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"No construct on earth will stand, that does not stand for the least among them, as their advocate and humble servant."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"Don't make the mistake of thinking that you have to agree with people and their beliefs to defend them from injustice."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"Listening is just. Listening is the way. Listening is the beginning."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"Afford every soul you encounter the wide and free passage they need to give birth to the dear expressions they feel are important."

— Bryant McGill
from "Preamble to the Voice of Reason"




"Fear is the greatest enemy; the father of all suffering, and love is the only cure for humanity's great afflictions."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Current State of the Human Family"




"The pain of humanity's most maltreated victims echoes deep within each of us, in the form of our shame or ignorance."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Current State of the Human Family"




"Those who suffer are always there, pleading for help, and the voice of reason within each of us tells us to reach out and help. We must not ignore this voice, for it is the very anchor of conscience in the turbulent seas of suffering, which suggests there may still be something noble in the human soul. Listening to this voice is the last, thin thread that gives us hope that we are, in fact, not beasts."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Current State of the Human Family"




"Malevolence and apathy of 'sane' people is the truest form of insanity."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Current State of the Human Family"




"Break free from the chains which shackle each soul through the binding links of fear, greed and indifference!"

— Bryant McGill
from "The Current State of the Human Family"




"There is no problem that greater consciousness and compassion, enjoined with positive resolve of will cannot solve."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Current State of the Human Family"




"Love and respect changes everything."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Current State of the Human Family"




"The unlimited creativity of humanity has been bridled and abducted by fear, creating a real-life nightmare of cruelty and indifference so chilling that death itself has become a welcomed and kind benefactor."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Current State of the Human Family"




"Those who love peace are the keepers of the bright torch of hope, and the guardians of its tendril flames that burn in the hearts of every soul throughout the world, no matter how oppressed and downtrodden."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Current State of the Human Family"




"Those who see the world through the lens of love are the true visionaries."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Current State of the Human Family"




"Listening to our conscience gives us hope that we are, in fact, not beasts."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Current State of the Human Family"




"Change will never happen when people lack the ability and courage to see themselves for who they are."

— Bryant McGill
from "Toward a Civil and Sane World"




"An intelligent person is never afraid or ashamed to find errors in their understanding of things."

— Bryant McGill
from "Toward a Civil and Sane World"




"We must evolve beyond our limited thinking in terms of exclusion and inclusion regarding people."

— Bryant McGill
from "Toward a Civil and Sane World"




"His-story is steeped in a dark misery, that stems from the phenomenon of social identities, that arises from even the most trivial characteristics."

— Bryant McGill
from "Toward a Civil and Sane World"




"Control thought-forms are the basis of our deepest moral crisis."

— Bryant McGill
from "Toward a Civil and Sane World"




"Nationalism is the world's most accepted form of anti-humanism."

— Bryant McGill
from "Toward a Civil and Sane World"




"Prejudice and supremacism reveal that people do not possess a balanced framework of compassionate independence and self-respect, which is necessary to respect others."

— Bryant McGill
from "Toward a Civil and Sane World"




"Prejudice comes from insecurity and its spiritually infantile need of belonging."

— Bryant McGill
from "Toward a Civil and Sane World"




"Out of the hobbled spirit of attachment, and the insecure need of belonging, come the gross judgments against those who do not belong."

— Bryant McGill
from "Toward a Civil and Sane World"




"We find ourselves constantly in battle in the vast human theaters of conflict."

— Bryant McGill
from "Toward a Civil and Sane World"




"We huddle tightly together as cowards, protecting the ranks of our false collective identity from "less-human" intruders, when the only obvious and sane truth is that we are all the same human beings."

— Bryant McGill
from "Toward a Civil and Sane World"




"Excessive nationalism is one of many examples of a form of collective narcissism, where the citizens possess an inflated self-love of "their own people," to the exclusion of other human beings."

— Bryant McGill
from "Excessive nationalism is a form of collective narcissism"




"Excessive nationalism is a form of cultural self-centeredness, and as a collective thought-form, can only exist because the dominant in-group is itself comprised of self-centered and narcissistic individuals."

— Bryant McGill
from "Excessive nationalism is a form of collective narcissism"




"When radical inbred nationalism blindly serves in subordination to the plutocracies of international corporate-states, masquerading as so-called free marketplaces, the emergence of an oligarchy ruling-class within a state of neo-feudalism seems inevitable."

— Bryant McGill
from "Excessive nationalism is a form of collective narcissism"




"The force of the bonds between international corporatocracies and their quasi-citizen consumers is so powerful, that even strong-armed imperial constructs of governance like America are squeezed out, dethroned, and ultimately must also bow in servitude to the consolidated global fiscal state."

— Bryant McGill
from "Excessive nationalism is a form of collective narcissism"




"We must dilute and disperse all forms of concentrated power that refuse to be accountable to majority wishes."

— Bryant McGill
from "Excessive nationalism is a form of collective narcissism"




"Corporate power consolidation is so enormous that even the government could be viewed as a small appendage of a larger corporate organism."

— Bryant McGill
from "Excessive nationalism is a form of collective narcissism"




"Rejecting predatory capitalism in America is a way to respect and honor America."

— Bryant McGill
from "Excessive nationalism is a form of collective narcissism"




"America was never designed to be fixed forever, but was meant to be fluid and evolving."

— Bryant McGill
from "Excessive nationalism is a form of collective narcissism"




"The ignoramus crow of "love it or leave it" omits other viable options, such as staying and changing it."

— Bryant McGill
from "Excessive nationalism is a form of collective narcissism"




"Change represents the real spirit of democracy and the real America."

— Bryant McGill
from "Excessive nationalism is a form of collective narcissism"




"People who have trouble questioning their own country often have trouble admitting fault in themselves, both of which come from insecurity and lack of humility."

— Bryant McGill
from "Excessive nationalism is a form of collective narcissism"




"Questioning ourselves and our country is healthy and essential."

— Bryant McGill
from "Excessive nationalism is a form of collective narcissism"




"From generation to generation, America should never be the same country."

— Bryant McGill
from "Excessive nationalism is a form of collective narcissism"




"The Constitution itself, the DNA of the country, can be altered by the collective will of the people, making America a self-evolving and self-writing program."

— Bryant McGill
from "Excessive nationalism is a form of collective narcissism"




"Life moves forward. The old leaves wither, die and fall away, and the new growth extends forward into the light."

— Bryant McGill
from "Excessive nationalism is a form of collective narcissism"




"Progress is not about hating or destroying America, it is about loving and building the world, which can only come from healing our national dementia."

— Bryant McGill
from "Excessive nationalism is a form of collective narcissism"




"The mythology of freedom under today's capitalism for the average person is a con job."

— Bryant McGill
from "The corporate hijacking of the symbols and iconography of patriotism"




"If you are competing with slaves, then you are a slave yourself."

— Bryant McGill
from "The corporate hijacking of the symbols and iconography of patriotism"




"Extreme nationalism objectifies and dehumanizes those from other countries."

— Bryant McGill
from "The corporate hijacking of the symbols and iconography of patriotism"




"Under predatory global capitalism, our real trade tariff, is our loss of morality for outsourcing production to developing nations, where sweatshop labor cheaply produces the goods we insatiably consume."

— Bryant McGill
from "The corporate hijacking of the symbols and iconography of patriotism"




"There is a self-destructive program running in the consciousness of humanity, and we must write a new program."

— Bryant McGill
from "The corporate hijacking of the symbols and iconography of patriotism"




"Our dark lust for competitive domination leads us to complicit acts of murder from-a-distance, through tax-supported militarism in often unnecessary wars."

— Bryant McGill
from "The corporate hijacking of the symbols and iconography of patriotism"




"Any intellectual recognition of legitimately perceivable groups, absent the goal of mutual improvement is ignorance, and an exercise of useless reason."

— Bryant McGill
from "Command and control through state worship, insecurity and divisiveness"




"Every generation is inculcated in new traditions of prejudice, which are encouraged as normal, natural and healthy."

— Bryant McGill
from "Command and control through state worship, insecurity and divisiveness"




"Like Manchurian candidates, we have been made into Manchurian consumers, who subconsciously buy when we are triggered by our brand masters."

— Bryant McGill
from "Command and control through state worship, insecurity and divisiveness"




"Every state's emblematic propaganda is worshiped by the consumer-citizen as a super-logo; a brand Juggernaut."

— Bryant McGill
from "Command and control through state worship, insecurity and divisiveness"




"National identity acts as a consumer lever to manipulate the emotions of the masses, for the purposes of power regulation and the fulfillment of agenda."

— Bryant McGill
from "Command and control through state worship, insecurity and divisiveness"




"The existence of excessive nationalism is a symptom of a deeper problem in the collective consciousness, which is continually being exploited."

— Bryant McGill
from "Command and control through state worship, insecurity and divisiveness"




"The inherent prejudice in unnaturally-produced nationalism causes a form of cultural blindness, which prevents us from seeing the obvious ways we could co-exist in the world as a co-operative human family."

— Bryant McGill
from "Command and control through state worship, insecurity and divisiveness"




"There is a grand union beyond nationalism which reveres all people, and which is rooted in what is real, versus what has been created or produced."

— Bryant McGill
from "Command and control through state worship, insecurity and divisiveness"




"Nations and governments come and go, but people remain, and therefore people are the ultimate foundation of what is real and worthy."

— Bryant McGill
from "Command and control through state worship, insecurity and divisiveness"




"Instead of narrowing our allegiances to only include our favored nation, let us sing an anthem to the marvelous human being."

— Bryant McGill
from "Command and control through state worship, insecurity and divisiveness"




"Let us raise our hands to our hearts in the revelry and glory of friendship, respect, and common decency."

— Bryant McGill
from "Command and control through state worship, insecurity and divisiveness"




"The battlefields of life were first meadows and gardens. We made them into battlefields, and by the same power, we must release the dark spell, so they are meadows and gardens once again."

— Bryant McGill
from "Command and control through state worship, insecurity and divisiveness"




"The truth is now as it was yesterday, and as it always will be, that the world is — as we are."

— Bryant McGill
from "Command and control through state worship, insecurity and divisiveness"




"The outer world is a reflection of our inner selves."

— Bryant McGill
from "Command and control through state worship, insecurity and divisiveness"




"We must throw out the old, fear-based thought-forms and evolve, and begin to live as higher beings of compassion."

— Bryant McGill
from "Command and control through state worship, insecurity and divisiveness"




"All discomfort comes from suppressing your true identity."

— Bryant McGill
from "Command and control through state worship, insecurity and divisiveness"




"Our minds have been poisoned and our accepted beliefs are unnatural and artificial."

— Bryant McGill
from "The true beauty of people everywhere"




"Every person's true identity is beautiful, and much of the ugliness we observe in others was put inside of them by external influences."

— Bryant McGill
from "The true beauty of people everywhere"




"We all know the true beauty of people everywhere, because we have all looked into the eyes of children, and saw ourselves looking back."

— Bryant McGill
from "The true beauty of people everywhere"




"When someone is suffering, there is a deep, visceral reaction in the core of our being, a flood of empathy and a frightfully desperate compulsion to give aid."

— Bryant McGill
from "The true beauty of people everywhere"




"Our truest nature is to be helpful to others, and to protect and love them."

— Bryant McGill
from "The true beauty of people everywhere"




"We care about people, and delight in seeing others happy and safe."

— Bryant McGill
from "The true beauty of people everywhere"




"Lust for possession and greed has ravaged the soul of humanity like a great cancer, metastasizing throughout society in the form of a nouveau post-human, consumer hedonism."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"The dark war-consciousness and pride have seized upon the weak, with great cynicisms and glib, soulless intellects, that grind away like robotic gears at what they despise and can never understand."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"Kindness is seen as weakness and intelligence worshiped, even when that intelligence allows unfathomable injustice and suffering to occur under its smart watch."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"There is no greater intelligence than kindness and empathy."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"Kindness is the supreme intelligence."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"Let your brilliance be expressed through kindness."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"If you can be kind to people, you will be a genius in this world."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"When we become acquainted with any person on a human level, even a great enemy, we begin to see that no person is really so different from ourselves."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"Wish for the happiness of your enemies, for if they are happy, they are your enemy no more."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"The power of "getting to know one another" is so immense, eclipsed only by first getting to know ourselves."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"Meeting another human is always a sacred event."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"We must become reacquainted with our true human selves."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"We have lost our humanity to the decimal point."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"Through a financial coup d'etat over the human soul, we have lost our purpose."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"The total commoditization of the natural world has placed a veritable lien against the spirit of nature."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"In so many ways we are still in the dark ages, but there is light appearing over the horizon of choice and consciousness."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"People have moments of consciousness and epiphanies throughout their lives, but then suppress the realization."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"The system has already anticipated the freedom seeking mechanism in humans."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"Almost everything a person thinks is a lie, and an assault against the natural soul."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"You are not who you think you are; you are someone else's ideas."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"You have been produced according to your primal appetites, and you are a product."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"Reach deep within, and reconnect with the essence of your being."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"Separate yourself from the lies and illusions which are not you."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"The joy and smile of even one child is worth more than the prancing intellects of a thousand men."

— Bryant McGill
from "Lust for possession, greed and post-human, consumer hedonism"




"Within each person is the miracle of a unique consciousness unlike any other in the universe."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"Within you, you will find everything you need to be complete."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"Within you is the power of unlimited creation."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"We must seek together to address the good aspirations of people everywhere, for we are bound together through great commonality."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"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."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"Because of our interconnectedness, we all know that extreme poverty and exclusionary practices are violations against the basic dignity of people."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"The vast and beautiful world is the home we share together."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"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."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"Nature is the ultimate technology; a technology we are still too immature, arrogant, possessive and careless to care for responsibly."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"Rather than trying to master nature we should start with the basics of trying to understand nature."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"We must stop treating the environment possessively, and as an expendable commodity."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"We must protect and share the world."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"A great deal of struggle and sorrow in the world comes from misguided feelings of pride of ownership and possessiveness."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"The world has been loaned to humanity by the universal powers of creation."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"To believe we own anything is a ridiculous notion."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"There can never be any real freedom on earth as long as people try to exert ownership over the natural resources of the world."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"The natural resources of the world do not belong to any person, organization, collective, or so-called nation."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"Let your greatest possession be the ability to let go of any possession, joyfully."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"Our natural rights come from an authority beyond the petty rule of man."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"Property taxes ensure that even "owners" are really just quasi-economic sharecroppers, serving the true lords of the land."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"We all draw breath and life from the same source of creation."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"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."

— Bryant McGill
from "The opportunity to be kind, loving and considerate to others"




"We must never forget that the world, as it is, is not a permanent reality, but is a temporary product of our choices as creators."

— Bryant McGill
from "We are responsible for what we are creating"




"We are sitting on top of a vast cultural and historical pyramid of accumulated misconceptions, lies and myths."

— Bryant McGill
from "We are responsible for what we are creating"




"Every symbol, word, concept, discipline and field is only a temporary rest stop on the highway of discovery."

— Bryant McGill
from "We are responsible for what we are creating"




"The highway of human possibility extends on forever into unknown territories, which have not yet been imagined."

— Bryant McGill
from "We are responsible for what we are creating"




"We must abandon that which makes us feel safe."

— Bryant McGill
from "We are responsible for what we are creating"




"Discovery requires courage and acceptance that we are not in control, and that the future is uncertain."

— Bryant McGill
from "We are responsible for what we are creating"




"The world is starving for original and decisive leadership."

— Bryant McGill
from "We are responsible for what we are creating"




"We must dismantle the sacred and precious, yet wretched beliefs, which hold us as prisoners of the past."

— Bryant McGill
from "We are responsible for what we are creating"




"All people want to be safe and feel loved."

— Bryant McGill
from "We are responsible for what we are creating"




"The ethos in the world is changing before our eyes, and the time has come for us to take responsibility for one another."

— Bryant McGill
from "We are responsible for what we are creating"




"As the master creators on this planet, we can improve conditions for all."

— Bryant McGill
from "We are responsible for what we are creating"




"We lead by doing; we lead by being."

— Bryant McGill
from "We are responsible for what we are creating"




"The only way is to teach with love, which requires looking beyond what seems, and remembering we create with our judgements."

— Bryant McGill
from "We are responsible for what we are creating"




"The great thing about life — the most magnificent thing about being these sentient human beings — is that we have been given the power of choice."

— Bryant McGill
from "We are responsible for what we are creating"




"We can change the world one thought at a time, one child at a time, one family at a time, one community at a time, one city, one state and one country at a time."

— Bryant McGill
from "We are responsible for what we are creating"




"Let the change begin with our choices this very moment."

— Bryant McGill
from "We are responsible for what we are creating"




"You are creating through your choices, even now. Choose wisely."

— Bryant McGill
from "We are responsible for what we are creating"




"Throughout the ages, society has emotionally castrated the male, in order to condition his consciousness to become capable of unnatural acts of violence and war."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"The war-consciousness is purposely cultivated to guide the male away from the natural, healthy balances between masculine and feminine energies, and toward more unbalanced and detached psychologies."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"Detachment from compassion in the male is produced in him, so he can do the dirty work for society and its so-called national interest, in the form of social competition, militarism, and predation."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"Mothers should be very careful what type of boys and men they create, or allow to be created."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"The artificial man, which is being created, is indeed a monster, and carries within him the dark and unnatural male war-consciousness."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"The war-consciousness is a living meme; a parasitic blight on the soul of human consciousness."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"The war-consciousness is alien and suffocating to the untainted spirit-nature of women and children; its unique cruelty is the vile domain of unbalanced male dominance, and represents the lowest part of the male energy."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"Women carry the heavy burden of caring for the literal and figurative future of humanity in every way: materially, maternally, and spiritually."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"The passive and overt violence waged against the women and children of the world must end."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"The world will change when women reclaim their power as the sane, nurturing hands of love, which are ever reaching to cultivate a world of beauty, safety and harmony."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"Through honoring, appreciating and nurturing women, we set in motion a seismic shift which will lead to a new and healthy relationship cycle."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"We are all a part of a culture of violence that dominates every aspect of our lives."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"Present-day society is saturated in the degeneracy of subjugation, which prevents women from fully participating in society as social equals."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"It is the socially determined norms and traditions of gender roles and perceptions which must be challenged, and challenged with vigor."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"In nearly all countries, including America, the truth is that women have a lower social status, and are quietly considered inferior."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"It is the totality of the woman's crippled status that quietly gives a nod of approval to further acts of injustice and domination."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"Economic inequalities are part of the same habits of thought that underlie the true and overt brutalities committed against women all over the world."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"As masters of war and domination some men turn their warcraft against women in their pursuit of conquest and ownership."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"Males have been groomed since birth, according to the specifications of a sick and perverse society, to become instruments of war."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"Often, men want money to get women, or to use women to get money, or both at the same time."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"Women, their looks, traits and sexuality are reduced to caricatures of value for appraisal, show, trade and consumption."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"In relationships women are too often trotted out in front of friends and family like a cattle auction, to the winks and nods of passive commodity brokers, who all have a stake in this female slave auction."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"We must embrace new frameworks of understanding that reject the angry, domineering, sex-driven male as an acceptable model."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"Women do not need a knight in shining armor or a Prince Charming to come to their rescue."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"Love is the perfect safety, or the perfect weapon."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"Women receive messages from childhood that they may be rewarded and protected for maintaining a childlike comportment such as being demure, obedient, passive, and subservient."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"We can only save ourselves through elevating our individual consciousness, by realizing there is already completeness within, and exercising as much considerate independence, respect, and fairness as possible."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"Society's broken male so desperately needs to ascend in the balance of power by subsuming that which is being suppressed in women."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"The natural and untainted male mind respects and loves the woman and her magnificent scope of capability and creative gifts."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"The natural woman really represents the antidote to the great afflictions that haunt the world."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"The male-dominated systems know they cannot maintain their current power structures if and when the woman is restored to her natural and powerful state as a great leader and co-creator."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"The bondage upon humanity's great aspirations is largely held in place by the state of the woman in the world."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"Men can never have the true power they were endowed with by creation, until they respect and protect the women and children of the world."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"We need to begin to see hyper-masculinity as the disorder it is, and not as a strength."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"We must unequivocally reject the male war-consciousness by understanding it, exposing it and reforming it."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"We must strive for the fostering of a peace-seeking society."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"We must imbue our children with principles of the higher-self, principles which see all people as true equals."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"It is predominantly men who are destroying the miracle of life on Earth."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"Practically every legislative body, assembly, and boardroom on earth lacks the natural balance between genders observable in the population."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"The ultimate male tradition is keeping women from sitting at the table of conversation regarding the balance of power between genders."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"The world desperately needs the balancing leadership of the woman."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"The woman's ascent to her position of fair and equal leadership will touch and bring healing sanity to every sphere of our pain."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"All pain in life comes from imbalance."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"Nothing will solve more problems than the women exerting her balanced leadership and guidance."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"The world cannot and will not survive without the woman's leadership."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"The intense spirit of competition must be tempered with great desire for cooperation."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"The woman must be restored to her rightful place, as the strong, loving maternal leader of peace and reason."

— Bryant McGill
from "Women and Children, and Rejection of war-consciousness"




"Modern society, the political body, the legal and judiciary system, the state of governance, capitalism and the very fabric of the society itself, including our religions and so-called morals and values, are institutions steeped in traditions of absolute and total violence."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Since the human mind is the primary weapon of the human being, it is also therefore the primary and most significant instrument of violence."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"People use words to do battle and to hurt one another terribly, tragically and even mortally."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Pitted against the soul of every flesh and blood human are endless institutions, all enabled, organized and operating on the exacting and absolute definitive and deadly word."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"What happens in nature is no justification for our behavior, because we are animals of consciousness with the ability of moral choice."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The total objective of the violent system is to take a free human being, and convert that human being's speculative gross lifetime output into controllable revenue."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The path of the common citizen is voluntary serfdom as a speculative commodity."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The current social contract we have accepted represents a supreme form of usury, because we use everything and everyone in the process."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"If children's tears could be made into diamonds, corporate thugs would indenture children and force them to cry."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The endless victims of the system exist in a perpetual tsunami of violence in the form of this economic enslavement."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The violence inherent in our common institutions, corporations, and governments is without competition."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Little attention is given to truly dangerous and powerful political and corporate thugs who loot, vandalize and burn communities to the ground every day, with the mighty stroke of a pen."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The boardroom is the ultimate war-room, where history's most destructive acts of violence and aggression against human dignity, safety, and justice have been strategically orchestrated."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Acts of economic war and violence in the deepest sense are commonly perpetrated against people with a "gentleman's" handshake and a smile."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Many corporate villains hide behind a mask of legitimacy and integrity."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The official uniform of competitive business, the euro war-dress called a suit."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Extreme fiscal bloodsport competitors are the top predator savages of the concrete jungle."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Executive savages who eat human resource energy and soul-joy, by feeding on life-force in these ways, are discomfortingly similar to cannibals."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"As far as physical violence is concerned, governments have historically shown themselves to be the most effective and deadly terrorist organizations that have ever existed, at least this is true if body count means anything."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Corporate capitalism, unchecked by restraint and morality, quickly becomes a steady source of passive violence, which extends as far as its greedy reach can grope what it covets."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Capitalism places individuals into direct competition with one another, with their minds and words as their weapons."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The objective of life under capitalism is to capitalize or realize a gain — materially or socially — over your competitors."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Modern consumer life is a form of extreme passive violence against all people."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"We live in a culture of violence."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"We have been trained by a culture of violence and we are all agents of passive violence."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"All of our relationships are based on self-interest, discrimination and a perverse need for gain."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The need for gain, and advantage over others, is one of the chief driving forces behind all human misery."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"We are all artificial and have been unnaturally changed by violence and unwholesome conditioning."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"We all know there is something wrong with our culture, the state of our world, and with ourselves."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Humanity has been institutionalized and we are all the products of commercial and institutional life."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Corporate institutions have processes favoring efficiency over loss, and process over people."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"As children of the institution, we have all learned various processes and ways of behaving, consuming and producing."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"We have been made in the image and likeness of that into which we were born and raised. We are violence."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Our children are bullies in school, because they are our children."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"We cannot trust our own minds, traditions and beliefs."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"We must reevaluate our needs and addictions to see that we have been unnaturally developed in the likeness of our cultural creator, and are predators."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"We eat life. Drunken consumption of unnatural goods, whether it be food, media, the environment, or other people and companies through "deals and acquisitions," accumulates within you, until you eventually become what you feed on."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"You are what you consume, and as an organism and consciousness, you in fact become a commodity and predator yourself."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"We become prisoners through unnatural consumption, because we must continue to feed to live."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Consuming what is natural, good and untainted frees you, protects you, and realigns you with what is natural, peaceful and safe."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"We must all strive to self-reflect and to reject violence in all forms, from the subtle to the overt."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"We must all seek to unravel the deeply-rooted conditioning which has perverted us."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Love heals violence and all its sources."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Love only serves and does not calculate."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Love gives without expectation, while hate carries an endless tally of debts."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Hate controls everything it touches, but love sets everything it touches free."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"To end violence we must only look within ourselves, understand ourselves and evolve ourselves."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Innocence still lives within our hearts and the child within each of us knows right from wrong."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"All violence demands reform, and all violence desperately begs to be healed."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Most people can be and are controlled energetically, and physical violence is not needed."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"What happens to those who live dangerously by being true to who they are?"

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The world is not fair, and often fools, cowards, liars and the selfish hide in high places."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"You must bow on your knees at all times before the ruling-class norms to show you are submissive."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The penalty for not playing along is you will be socially-jailed from moving up the ladder."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"As beings who have been raised, educated and trained in violence, we are violence."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"We self-inflict violence, because violence is our only way of relating to the world, to others and to ourselves."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The mind is the first level of the control prison, where your own thoughts are like a jailer, guard or a violent captor, which through time you have come to know and protect in a perverse paradox of self-imposed Stockholm syndrome."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The system wears a mask of civility, yet will quickly reveal its true nature in the form of raw, unadulterated and magnificently-purposed force of violence when needed to suppress any threat to its true grip of absolute control."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"People who do not test boundaries unknowingly live under the constant threat of violence as suppressed beings."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"We live at all times, with the barrel of a gun pointing at us."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The machinery of government and its war apparatus acts as a double-edged blade, with one side sharpened for outer enemies and the other honed for inner enemies."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The government holds its self-preservation as its highest imperative."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"We must look intimidation in the eye, and stand defiantly against what we know is not just."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Nothing is more beautiful than freedom, and nothing more grotesque than its molestation."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The greatest crimes in the world are not committed against the body, but against the freedom of the consciousness."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"True freedom and power only comes when one is free of attachments."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"There is nothing more powerful and nothing more dangerously beautiful than a free mind."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The real battlefield is the realm of ideas."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The real violence is committed in the writing of history, the records of the legal system, the reporting of news, through the manipulation of social contracts, and the control of information."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"We are all a part of a food chain of violence which will never end until we reassess what is truly profitable to a society."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The war for freedom is an information war fought with words, misdirections, distractions and omissions."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"People are basically good, and when they are in possession of the full truth, they usually do the right things."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Begin to see the violence around you; begin to see the violence within you."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Turn towards love, and become love."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Let us only consider a true profit to be that which is for the greater good of all."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Executive savages who eat human resource energy and soul-joy, by feeding on life-force, are discomfortingly similar to cannibals."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The boardroom is the ultimate war-room, where history's most destructive acts have been orchestrated."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Love heals violence and all its sources. Love only serves and does not calculate. Love gives without expectation, while hate carries an endless tally of debts. Hate controls everything it touches, but love sets everything it touches free."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Mind prisons have been built on every corner of the very fabric of the society of mind."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"Corporate villains hide behind a mask of legitimacy by wearing the official uniform of competitive business, the euro war-dress called a suit."

— Bryant McGill
from "The True Nature of Violence"




"The homogenization of our consumer culture underscores a profound laziness and a sad lack of creativity and style."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"From coast-to-coast, any-town USA looks like the same sprawling strip mall, from sea to shining sea."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The machinery of mass-corporatization loves the lazy, closed-minded tendencies of ignorant consumers, who have underdeveloped palates for quality craftsmanship."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Craftsmanship exists in everything, from goods and services to vegetables, governments and even personal relationships."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"It seems we often timidly seek predictability and ease over adventure and effort."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Life is a constant consumption of our environment through our senses."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"As creatures with a body, we should all be especially concerned about the quality of air, water and food we allow into our bodily vehicle."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"As an organism there is nothing more relevant or sacred than what you put into your body."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Food is a part of our contract with life."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"We seem to love to dissect, organize and compartmentalize, and to exert unnatural order and control over what we perceive as wild, unpredictable and therefore dangerous."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The industrial revolution assembly lines gave birth to the sweatshops and indentured child slavery; as they say, you may know a tree by its fruits."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The sweltering white-head of the capitalist greed-boil can be seen oozing out bland consumer conformity, and low quality goods at a high world-wide collateral cost."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Economics without emotion is war against the heart of life itself."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The war is between authoritarian, fear-based, profit-seeking uniformity, and freely democratic, anarchic, organic diversity; a battle between unnatural deceit and natural truths."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Monocultural forces want you to forget your childhood dreams, grow up, look the same, act the same and be the same."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Monoculture hates diversity of all types, especially diversity of opinion, and is therefore the enemy of free speech."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Monocultures create mind-monopolies."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Monoculture hates small towns, artists, artisans and colorful diverse expression, preferring instead a one-size-fits-all solution."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Monoculture wants you to forget that the joy of life is in the community of the village."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"This beautiful village is where the real human family lives."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The zombie brand-drones of monoculture live in the grey prison cells of homogeneity, dearth of the vibrancy of choice— standing in a cultural bread-line, just to stay alive."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"We need to be respectful and careful with nature and the environment."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Environmentalism is about life itself, because the environment is the space where all life happens."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"There is a total symbiosis between the environment and all its diverse inhabitants representing an inseparable physical interdependence."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"No part of human life is possible without the total environment."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The inextricable entanglement of the total sphere of life as one entity demands we treat it with a level of respect we could only term, self-respect."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"There is no environment existing as a separate system outside of ourselves; we are a part of the environment, and the environment is a part of us."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Environmental processes contain the distilled intelligence of billions of years of delicate interactions that serve all life."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"There are potentially dangerous consequences for irresponsible use of force and control."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"We must be kind and gentle gardeners with people and nature."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Control is not humble; control is arrogant."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"We must heal the Earth with sustainable, biodynamic, organic farming, and reject the unnatural, monoculture plant concentration camps of the industrial era of force and control."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"All monoculture is inherently vulnerable; from plants in gardens to people in urban centers."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Social mind-diseases arise out of crowding people into limited choice-spaces of artificially homogenized environments."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"People crowded onto corporate and social conveyor belts, like animals in the slaughter-chutes of factory-farms, are all part of the same big massacre of natural joy."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The danger of freedom is real, but enforced safety reeks of a much more odious danger."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Real life does not come with a safety net interwoven from the entangling threads of government and corporations."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The real safety net of life is community, family, and nature."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Wake-up! Think for yourself, be yourself and return to what is real."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Free your mind and free yourself from brand slavery."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The monocultural corrals-of-thought are forms of enforcement which create class-stratification through brand self-identification."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Television and media act as corporate slogan madrasas that indoctrinate and collate future product disciples into obedient purchasing-classes."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"There is nothing higher-class than real craftsmanship, diversity, originality and the service of skilled human hands."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"A craftsperson's hands create authenticity and truth, honesty containing blemishes and imperfections."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Artisan variation is beautiful to the unique eye of the beholder."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Franchises and machines create identical uniformity for equally indistinguishable buyers."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Real life is imperfect and shows differences and variety, characteristics which are not favored in monocultures."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The coveted perfect life is a created standard, which is purposely unattainable."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Deceptive media images of faces, bodies and lifestyles, make us hate ourselves so we will buy a solution to love ourselves once again."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Advertisements make us ashamed of our blemishes, imperfections and flaws, but these so-called flaws are really our strengths and gifts."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Images, idols and fixations on conformity and unattainable perfection make us illusion-prisoners."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The very brands that promise us relief and personal freedom deliver the opposite of freedom; instead turning us into material junkies."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Beautiful food and health are priceless."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"We eat from a chemical cauldron of witch-KRAFT, or any non-food in a box with pretty, lying images on the package."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"There is no happiness outside of ourselves."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Real value come from nature and human resources, both of which we already possess."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The folly of endless consumerism sends us on a wild goose-chase for happiness through materialism."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"When people are treated like a product, they become obsessed with materialism."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Modern capitalist consumer-life commoditizes people and "educates" them to become human products."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"A culture that raises and grooms people to be human resource products in a marketplace cultivates non-individuals who experience life through materialism."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"When people are treated as creators versus products, materialism diminishes."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"We see the world as we are, and also as we are treated and seen by others, and by our environmental situation."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"People who work in corporations, like those working on assembly-lines, are not producers — they are products."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Human products see the world as a grand carnival of products."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Being a human product, versus a producer, makes people feel powerless as ultimately disposable commodities."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"In consumer life we become what we produce and consume — disposable junk to be used and thrown away."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"When we buy junk, we become junk."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"A disposable society is only fit for disposable people."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The loss of craftsmanship to mechanization, specialization and outsourcing, and the orchestrated suffocation of talented tradespeople has turned America into a sweeping, franchised wasteland of disposable goods."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"We make junk, we consume junk and we are junk."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Planned obsolesce has fostered cities that look like above-ground landfills."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"In the franchised pseudo-communities the stakeholders of local enterprise have been replaced with centralized corporate shareholders."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Local stakeholders who care about their own community are the supreme antidote to corporate poisoning of the community by brands and franchises promising cheap, consistent and affordable goods."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Cheap food and cheap goods are dangerous illusions which do not exist."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The propaganda spearpoint of corporate conquest is often the promise of convenient, consistent and cheap goods and services."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Cheap products destroy the communities where they are built from a social justice, labor, resource and environmental accounting, and then go on to destroy the communities where they are sold."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Selling junk is like passing on a disease, where the seller is the original disease carrier, and every hand that touches the product is infected."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Irresponsible corporations who create and sell disposable goods destroy communities and people's lives."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Companies who sell cheap disposable goods cannot have a relationship, which is not abusive, with their customers, employees, or a community."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"It is absurdly impossible to have good customer service while destroying the economy and community where that customer lives."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"In the context of cold-blooded capitalism, a customer is a disposable commodity just like the products to be sold, which should be used-up and then replaced."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Being a creator puts people back in touch with their power and purpose, causing them to no longer seek their identity and purpose externally through materialism."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"As long as people are products, they will be obsessed with products."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"When people become empowered creators, or producers, they begin to think about the internal gifts they have to share with others."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Creative producers understand value as something internal to give, whereas human products and consumers understand value as something external to get."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Consumer life and present-day corporatism is a form of passive violence because it denatures people and turns them into disposable produce."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"We reclaim our power, communities and families by becoming creative producers."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Reject the contract of existing as a corporate slave and as a disposable human product."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Materialism is an identity crisis."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"When we do not know our true identity as powerful creators, we are susceptible to being used and manipulated."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"We believe we are the consumers, but we are the consumed."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Inside each of us there is a marvelous compass which greatly favors life, freedom and vitality."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Consumer asceticism leads to a monoculture of deprivation, which is the opposite of diversity and openness."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"You can best change the system by engaging the system to explore its strengths and weaknesses."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The personal revolution is the realization that the village and nature have had the answers all along."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Turn to your community and the great earth for sustenance and knowledge."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Become fallible and human again by living dangerously and stepping off of the assembly lines of unnatural life."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The simple things in life are the greatest gifts."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"We do not need to change anything, except ourselves."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Nature is the supreme cradle of life, and must be protected and treated with the highest respect and care."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"We must have clean air and water, and beautiful natural foods for everyone, everywhere."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"We must cultivate beautiful spaces, where communities and families are free to come together to share and enjoy the bounty of earth."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"People crowded onto corporate, like animals in the slaughter-chutes of factory-farms, are all part of the same big massacre of natural joy."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The loss of craftsmanship has turned America into a sweeping, franchised wasteland of disposable goods."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Deceptive media images make us hate ourselves so we will buy a solution to love ourselves once again."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The total sphere of life demands we treat the environment with a level of respect we could only term, self-respect."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The village and nature have had the answers all along."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"The zombie brand-drones of monoculture live in the grey prison cells of homogeneity."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"There is no environment existing as a separate system outside of ourselves; the environment includes us."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Television acts as a corporate slogan madrasa to indoctrinate and collate future product disciples into obedient purchasing-classes."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Images, idols and fixations on conformity and unattainable perfection make us illusion-prisoners."

— Bryant McGill
from "Biodynamics, Anarchy, Consumer Democracy and the Danger of Monocultures"




"Any sliver of morality within the institutions of war reside in the imperative hope by the organizations themselves, that they must one day be superannuated by cultural advancement."

— Bryant McGill
from "Military Chain of Reason Versus Blind Obedience"




"Our allegiance to morality should always advocate on behalf of peace, and serve a vision of a future in which the institutions of war are obsolete."

— Bryant McGill
from "Military Chain of Reason Versus Blind Obedience"




"The closer we can get every citizen to the blood, death and suffering of real people, through zero censorship in media, the better off we will all be."

— Bryant McGill
from "Military Chain of Reason Versus Blind Obedience"




"Western corporate media is just that — corporate. Its independence ends at the fist that holds the dollar."

— Bryant McGill
from "Military Chain of Reason Versus Blind Obedience"




"Humanity needs heroic leadership from those who see all life as precious."

— Bryant McGill
from "Military Chain of Reason Versus Blind Obedience"




"Humanity needs leadership from a loving-strength possessed by individuals who see the broader commonality between all people."

— Bryant McGill
from "Military Chain of Reason Versus Blind Obedience"




"There is a base impulse in humans, which when kindled and set free, will even burn-up the hand that set the spark."

— Bryant McGill
from "Military Chain of Reason Versus Blind Obedience"




"Morality is a leadership quality which cannot be mechanized, mass-produced, and marshaled at will by any institution."

— Bryant McGill
from "Military Chain of Reason Versus Blind Obedience"




"A government, no matter how corrupt, unscrupulous, or manipulative is a reflection of its people."

— Bryant McGill
from "Military Chain of Reason Versus Blind Obedience"




"What we presently see before us in society is a perfect reflection of who we are, both good and bad."

— Bryant McGill
from "Military Chain of Reason Versus Blind Obedience"




"Most people do not actually know how to think for themselves, and unfortunately that prevents them from even knowing it."

— Bryant McGill
from "Military Chain of Reason Versus Blind Obedience"




"You are not who you think you are; you are someone else's ideas."

— Bryant McGill
from "Military Chain of Reason Versus Blind Obedience"




"One of the most important things you can do in life is to brutally question every single thing you are taught."

— Bryant McGill
from "Military Chain of Reason Versus Blind Obedience"




"The ultimate question of who we are is set before us at all times and answered with every action."

— Bryant McGill
from "Military Chain of Reason Versus Blind Obedience"




"Self-reflection, self-awareness, greater authenticity, and consciousness expose more of the critical self-probing needed to escape from the layers of manipulation and conditioning, which caused us to lose ourselves to culture."

— Bryant McGill
from "Military Chain of Reason Versus Blind Obedience"




"Once you are fully divested from your prejudices and attachments, you can begin to visualize a world without fear, control, and violence, and in that instant, you will be surrendering your personal role as an agent of violence."

— Bryant McGill
from "Military Chain of Reason Versus Blind Obedience"




"The most powerful weapon against our woes is a willful mind of defiance for good."

— Bryant McGill
from "Military Chain of Reason Versus Blind Obedience"




"It is a high spiritual truth that we create with our judgments."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Police: Crucibles of Society and Enforcement"




"When fighting any great enemy; we must endeavor to not become the madness we seek to heal."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Police: Crucibles of Society and Enforcement"




"The solution to nearly every problem in the world comes down to greater awareness, compassion, and empathy."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Police: Crucibles of Society and Enforcement"




"The roots of all commonwealth are planted in the understanding that we are all the same human beings."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Police: Crucibles of Society and Enforcement"




"What we do to others, we do to ourselves."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Police: Crucibles of Society and Enforcement"




"The lone, ordinary person, existing incognito within the system has tremendous power in a revolution."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Police: Crucibles of Society and Enforcement"




"The prisons are full of society's "quick fixes"; they are brimming with our failures as a community of responsibility."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Police: Crucibles of Society and Enforcement"




"It is in the prisons that we hide away our shame and thoughtless creations as a society."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Police: Crucibles of Society and Enforcement"




"Progress and healing involves seeing every person as not so different from ourselves."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Police: Crucibles of Society and Enforcement"




"Place your allegiance and respect in what is everlasting and real, not in the transitory and false."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Police: Crucibles of Society and Enforcement"




"There is no hurtful or violent spirit in true revolution, for if that dark spirit is present, then it is not true revolution, but is even a step backwards."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"True revolution advances consciousness."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Revolution that does not advance us toward higher consciousness and compassion is devolution."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"The spirit of revolution should be rooted in the principle that eventually there will be an accounting for past injustices, not a punitive accounting which will create more conflict, but a reform in the state of consciousness that allowed the injustices occur in the first place."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Revolution is simple. It is like breathing — out with the old, and in with the new."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"The nature of oppression can be very tame, and often goes by the false name of civility."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"It is with a cold and inhumane civility that many great crimes are carried out against the warm hearts of good people."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Freedom is wild, and to be free we must at times live dangerously and wildly."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Give no earthly master permission to subdue your unique truth, but allow your truth, to seduce their lust for control to a love of freedom."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Freedom needs role-models."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"There is something greater than any nation; it is the spirit which created the nation."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"There is a deeply obscured level beyond citizen — it is the domain that gave birth to the space for the constructs of citizen and country to exist."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"We have no obligation whatsoever to uphold any institution, country, or idea that does not serve as a humble refuge for all of humanities tender frailties."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Let us revolt against the nightmare, and work together for a kinder world."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"It is not necessary to dignify tyranny with anger, which merely validates its false power."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"The ultimate defiance is to simply and gently be your own truth."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Lay down your worldly attachments and merely exist in total cooperation with your own unique inner truth."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"A person who wants nothing fears nothing."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Creativity is the greatest expression of liberty."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Understand your power. Live dangerously. Live truthfully. Live freely. Live fearlessly. Cower before no earthly master."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Know yourself. Be yourself. Love yourself. Seek goodness and be goodness. Seek beauty and be beauty. Seek love and be love."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Once you realize what you really are, you cannot be stopped."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"The nightmare spirit of control has always been, and is, profoundly stupid."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Historically we can see that any attempt to control has always fueled the heart of conflict."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"We are in power because we control the resources — because we are the resources."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"People are the ultimate resource — the human resource; all people."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"The ultimate exchange economies are without currency, and are tendered heart to heart, and soul to soul."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"We are a community and family of humans, and we are all in this together. Together we have the resources to sustain one another."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"People are the final answer to the real call for freedom."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"The dreamer's untamed eye sees beyond the illusions to the heart of what is real."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"We can overturn ages of struggle against one another, by understanding the true value and worth of each soul — starting with ourselves."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"You will never be a better citizen than when you are dreaming, creating, challenging, discussing, protesting, and adding your voice to the great, considerate, and humble conversation of life."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"We have a responsibility to disobey and violate unjust rules and laws."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Civil disobedience is a wonderful tool that has shown itself to be one of the most effective and powerful vehicles to speedy social evolution."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Non-violent, but absolutely defiant non-cooperation, through acts of public civil disobedience are powerful and nearly uncontrollable tools of social reform."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"If one cannot speak their truth, and be their own truth, then what is life beyond an unbearable lie?"

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Any construct that prevents our creative voice from spontaneously flowing and adding richness to our world must be eliminated."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Our dearest expressions of desiring the richness of life to expand to the measure of very heart's capacity, must seek to reach out, and attempt to sway or neutralize injustice and tyranny."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Above all — free discussion and expression without intimidation must preserved, and we must ardently, and even joyously preserve it for those with whom we deeply disagree."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"How can we be free to express ourselves, if others are not free to do the same?"

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"The master key of real personal truth is that others should be able to live by their truth."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"It is one of our primary duties, to speak-up against what we believe to be wrong, but it is equally important to listen to the other side, and to look within for our own self-deceptions."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"You can know something is a lie when it has no love in it."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Protesting is never a disturbance of the peace. Corruption, injustice, war and intimidation are disturbances of the peace; protesting is merely a response to those disturbances."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Life moves forward, not backward, and it would be wise to listen to what change has to say."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Change may knock lightly on the door of antiquated thinking at first, but when the old mindsets bolt the door, change may rip it from the frame."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Change, like time, will wait until the graveyards are full of old ideas."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Change can be beautiful when we are brave enough to evolve with it, and change can be brutal when we fearfully resist."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"Historically we can see that any attempt to control has always fueled the heart of revolution."

— Bryant McGill
from "True revolution advances consciousness"




"An important part of revolution is thinking for oneself and diversifying sources of information and education."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"Defiance and creativity go hand-in-hand."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"Much of education today focuses on obedience skills rather than critical thinking skills."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"If you teach a child true critical thinking skills, you potentially create a problem for the system, because the system is profoundly nonsensical, and the child is likely to challenge or reject the system."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"Young adult students possessing true critical thinking skills are unmanageable, and therefore undesirable to many schools."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"Too many people have been cut off from their own self-knowledge and critical thinking abilities. They are cocooned by the comfort of assumptions in a type of developmental stasis."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"There can be no revolution without an overthrow of the institutions of education."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"Social monocultures suppress the wild growth that is possible in the untamed forest of innovation without limits."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"Real education is about revolution."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"The word celebrity comes from our celebration of those who conquer fear and dare to be different."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"Originality is coveted by society, yet it is also subject to society's judgment, fear and impulse to identify and pick-at things that are different."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"Real education must be about discovering the unknown, and whenever education becomes a system of conformity it is no longer useful."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"Rebellious and adventurous souls have a way of leading us off the edge of the map, where the dragons are, to confront those dark beasts of our fear and ignorance."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"The spirit of discovery cannot be cultivated on an assembly line of desks in classrooms."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"We must question the seats of authority, especially in education, and seek to understand what "valid" is and where authority originates."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"Much of the educational system is a broken relic, a symbol of shortsightedness and corporate greed."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"Knowledge truly is power. Real knowledge and truth cannot be invalidated. Knowledge changes things, even if that knowledge does not have a seal of approval from the power structures."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"Real education is valuable, no matter where it comes from: an ivy league school, a public library or your grandmother."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"Young people do not need a "traditional" education, they ARE the education."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"The young will teach the old the new ways, and the old will adapt or perish."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"The crumbling establishment needs fertile young minds more than young people need the establishment."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"When you ask "why," and defy the system, and poke at what seems broken, you become the revolution by spurring the transformation from what is — into what will be."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"Real education creates revolutionaries rather than suppressing them."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"At the very heart of every revolution is the free flow of information."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"Lifelong learning is like a never ending personal revolution."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"When knowledge becomes a profit center, guards and bars must be placed around the vault of wisdom, and educators and administrators become knowledge profiteers in the war against ignorance."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"True education seeks to set its students free, not to hold them captive to antiquated standards, or to ensnare them in debt."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"Anyone who resists revolution or pooh-poohs the ever emerging revolution, is grossly ignorant of the fact that life without evolution is extinction."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"The supreme lesson of any education should be to think for yourself and to be yourself; absent this attainment, education creates dangerous, stupefying conformity."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself; absent this attainment, education creates dangerous, stupefying conformity."

— Bryant McGill
from "The supreme lesson of education is to think for yourself"




"Like all cowards, brutes in any number flee when their spell of fear has no effect."

— Bryant McGill
from "The most effective form of activism is kindness"




"Being love-filled and beautiful is almost unconquerable. Love absorbs the hard blows of rigid fists; love surrounds, softens and tires violence and force."

— Bryant McGill
from "The most effective form of activism is kindness"




"Being love-filled and beautiful is one of the most powerful defenses that one can employ."

— Bryant McGill
from "The most effective form of activism is kindness"




"You do not have to do anything to defend yourself in life; just BE beautiful, and life will defend you."

— Bryant McGill
from "The most effective form of activism is kindness"




"The most effective form of activism is kindness."

— Bryant McGill
from "The most effective form of activism is kindness"




"Be beautiful and you are doing your part to create a more beautiful world."

— Bryant McGill
from "The most effective form of activism is kindness"




"The inconsistent world can only be understood through inconsistent thinking."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Systemic problems have systemic solutions; what we broke together we must fix together, and the best ideas for change will only emerge through the process of dialogue."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"We must be secure within ourselves to be open."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"When we are secure within ourselves enough to be open to others, it creates more security within them, to be open to us."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Open-minded critical thinkers should always be willing to engage in dialogue, despite any differences of opinion."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"What is essential is that we come together in community and communicate, and do so as respectfully as possible."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"True evolution is beyond the myopic sight of political thought-forms, or empty clamor and rebellion."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"True evolution is a journey into the vast gateway of new vocabularies, concepts and even expanded understandings of life itself."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Freedom of expression and freedom of peaceable assembly must remain sacrosanct."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"It is hardly possible to conceive of any act more disturbing than the intimidation of another free person."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"It is unimaginable that any person or group would dare to touch another person's body, or dare lay a hand upon a free, human being merely wishing to express themselves."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Never stand by and allow a hand of intimidation to be placed upon the sacred and free body of an unwilling participant."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"The most cunning enemy comes at your energy, image, or name, but the base and ignorant brute, the foul pig of a despot launches his whole selfish being — mind and body upon you, to suffocate your freedom."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"No law should allow or promote the silencing of opinions, or the directing or disbanding of peaceable assembly."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Strangled in the clutch of brute intimidation, we are all made victims; first by the foul deed, and second by those good souls who do nothing to oppose it."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Any law, or law body enabling injustice, must be reformed, and must be relentlessly ignored, with loving contempt."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Humanity is full of beautiful people; unique and precious, each of us are fine, worthy and wondrous beings."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Every person has something meaningful to say in the conversation of life."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Let people speak. Let people disagree. Communicate. Listen."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Have high-respect, if not for your opponent, then for your own comportment and conduct as a good listener."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Don't make the mistake of thinking that you have to agree with people and their beliefs to defend them from injustice."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"As free as you allow others to be, such freedom you create for yourself."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"We each have a miraculous capacity within our mind to evolve and to learn new ways of understanding."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"The great procession of life's challenges and conflicts ever advance, and every difficult moment is a new opportunity for each of us to showcase the evolved state of humanity we all wish to see."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Close your eyes to what apparently "is," and look inward to the infinite truth of what is possible through imagination."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"We can build beautiful visions together, through respect."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"The essential respect is the one in your own heart for yourself."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"The expansion of your own consciousness, capacity for love, humility and compassion — this is the path; this is the way."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Never stand by and allow a hand of intimidation to be placed upon the sacred and free body of an unwilling participant, nor allow a monster to reach into the mind or heart, and silence a free soul, with fear and threat of liberty lost."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Free expression is the master catalyst of change."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Each mind is a flower, which goes through its own cycles of growth, budding, bloom and decay."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Revolution is about taking new vocabularies, which often belong to new generations, and speaking new languages, and through those languages, creating new narratives; narratives that could have never been expressed without those many new constructs."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Never allow a monster to reach into the mind or heart, and silence a free soul, with fear and threat of liberty lost."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"Any law, or law body inhibiting free expression, must be reformed, and must be relentlessly ignored, with loving contempt."

— Bryant McGill
from "Free Expression as the Master Catalyst of Change"




"As an organism, your inner-intelligence knows how to keep you safe."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"Freedom is the realization that it is sufficient to simply be a human being."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"The answer to so many of our problems is simple balance."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"The self-revolution of greater individual consciousness is the absolute path to humanity's next great step forward."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"All revolution begins with self."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"How can you create something pure, when you are yourself an unnatural creation?"

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"True creation requires authority and authenticity."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"When you are not free, you are not creating; you are being created."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"If you are a creation of conditioning, then part of your new creations really comes from what created you."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"Revolution is really about a personal revolution of consciousness."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"No time is better spent than that spent in the service of your fellow man."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"We are here to spend ourselves on others; for each person is a great treasure."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"We love most those who we serve most."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"One person really can make a difference. Each person is the revolution."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"In a relationship, when trust is lost, everything is lost."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"While much of the technology we are senselessly addicted to promises us greater connectedness, people are more isolated, disconnected and lonely, than ever before in history."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"True community has been nearly eviscerated, and a tactile-less mockery of community has been put in its place."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"Houses and apartments have become cubical prison-tombs, where millions of screen-irradiated mummies hide from the sunlight, nature, and genuine social interaction."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"Modern consumer life is like a mass dissociative disorder which prevents people from experiencing essential truth, real-life community, universal rites of passage and even an acceptable and reasonable death."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"Consumer life is essentially a social psychology framework, which seeks to keep your consciousness plugged into their head-end of ideals and created needs, for profit."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"Surrender is the path to freedom through our unique authenticity, where we experience the flow of life not through the narrow lens of the mind, but through the vast refuge of the heart."

— Bryant McGill
from "A Self Revolution through Love, Intention and Service"




"All success comes through other people."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"You get most things in life not by taking, but by giving."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"Giving is the key to all success in all applications of human life."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"The act of true giving is indistinguishable from receiving."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"Giving is not a physical action; giving is a philosophy, and a way of living life."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"There are endless opportunities to give the smallest things that cost us nothing, but have great value to other people."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"Courtesy is a silver lining around the dark clouds of civilization; it is the best part of refinement and, in many ways, an art of heroic beauty in the vast gallery of man's cruelty and baseness."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"Good manners are appreciated as much as bad manners are abhorred."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"A polite enemy is just as difficult to discredit, as a rude friend is to protect."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"When we want to talk, we can instead listen, and let our attentiveness to another's need to speak be our silent statement."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"Life has a way of shining on people who stand in the sunshine of kind actions."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"A talent is no talent, unless it is used for the benefit of other people."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"We have the privilege to share time with other people, and serve them and their needs."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"The greatest joys in life are found not only in what we do and feel, but also in our quiet hopes and labors for others."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"The trees which are pruned, watered and nurtured by caring hands bear the greatest fruits; it is the same with people."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"Service heals the recipient and the giver."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"If you have not been served personally by caring hands in your own life, do not be bitter, but instead, ask yourself who you can now serve."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"If you have had some tough times in life, now more than ever is the time to make someone else's life better."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"Reject the role of the victim and become the healer and teacher."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"How we treat other people changes them, but even more so, how we treat other people changes us."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"We should speak to protect the ideals of goodness, and act to make them real in the world. The first proves a consummate mind, the second a valorous heart."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"True progress for humanity is anything that takes us closer to supporting one another."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"Small acts of kindness between you and the individuals around you are the germination of hope."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"Let us all strive to cultivate a deeper and more meaningful desire to ease the burdens of others."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"Every person is a precious gift, and we are all like little children who yearn for acceptance, safety, and unconditional love."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"Let us all reach out with a hope that we could each bring some degree of happiness to other human beings."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"Let each of us lead a revolution of support in the lives of others."

— Bryant McGill
from "Giving yourself is the ultimate revolution!"




"Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world is the obvious first step toward attaining those goals."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"Every journey begins with the first step of articulating the intention, and then becoming the intention."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"Let us subdue the ravages of the baser-self, and aspire to the higher calling of exalting joy through compassion, for that is the one true purpose of humanity."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"You cannot change another person's mind or educate them; this they must do themselves."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"When we oppose oppression, we lift our hands from the collective reins that empower such oppressions."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"We have the power to oppose!"

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"Through our intentions, a place no power can influence, we have the power to oppose."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"The terrible atrocities in the world require more from each of us than a regret-filled acknowledgment they exist; they require our most earnest intentions be focused on their immediate eradication."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"The one and only true freedom we ALL possess is what we think; and our intentions govern what we think."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"Some humans have, in fact, been reduced to nothing more than mere vessels of pain."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"We do not have to be victimized by the ugliness in the world any longer."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"An incubus of ignorance, fear, hunger, oppression and intolerance haunts large regions of the world, and we must have no delusions that we are immune."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"We must refuse to forget that we too are human, that we too are frail, that we all are subject to such miseries, and in time, we shall all be subject to frailty and suffering."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"We can take our power back, merely by acknowledging our power."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"Acknowledge that everything we have created in the world started as a tiny intention."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"We carry within us the enormity of possibility that gave birth to everything that has been made in the world."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"Let us now yearn for the possibility of building a happiness in every heart."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"Let us now build inward a new world of hope, a world of limitless possibilities for the children of tomorrow, where each soul can reach the heights of their potential to love and to be loved."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"We have the power to set our intentions on the betterment of our world."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"The very "least" among us has the enormous power to effect change through small acts of determination and will."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"We can each immediately liberate ourselves as victims in the world, through solidifying an intent to act."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"Forgiveness and love are integral to the process of healing."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"There is no love without forgiveness, and there is no forgiveness without love."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"Every soul is beautiful and precious; is worthy of dignity and respect, and deserving of peace, joy and love."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"You will be a beautiful person, as long as you see the beauty in others."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"To have our needs met, to love, to be loved, to feel safe in this world and to each know our purpose, is a simple matter of creating those blessings for others."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"We may know our true purpose in life, because we may choose our purpose in life."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"Giving is the master key to success, in all applications of human life."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"Each person carries within their core the birthright of creative freedom, which, when organized and orchestrated, is the most awesome force on earth."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"The most powerful tools of revolution through intention are humility and consciousness."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"Humility and full consciousness are inseparable."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"The authentic human has the might of compassion and the creative power to do any manner of good."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"People are in desperate need of your belief in them, and your vision and will for betterment."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"Cynicism is one of the terrible obstacles to progress."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"Lay down your cynicism, and believe in the transformational power of love."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"Dare to believe that good things are possible when you follow your heart."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"Your personal declaration of will is the first step in a seemingly impossible journey."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"The terrible atrocities in the world require our most earnest intentions be focused on their immediate eradication."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"For a moment in this brief existence, we have the privilege to share time with other people, and serve them and their needs."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaring our intentions for a safer and kinder world"




"Slaves are created with words, and so it is with words that we create, and set ourselves free."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaration of Independence from Unrighteous Dominion"




"We irrevocably proclaim ourselves to be an independent world of free people; a interconnected human family-state of universal citizens, called the human nation, existing within all nations as a united world family."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaration of Independence from Unrighteous Dominion"




"All souls seeking asylum find WITHIN the unimpeded path to your own freedom and destiny."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaration of Independence from Unrighteous Dominion"




"We each derive our individual powers from the same free-flowing source from which all freedom springs."

— Bryant McGill
from "Declaration of Independence from Unrighteous Dominion"




"The human theater of conflict is a battle for hearts and minds through the world of symbols, words, and ideas."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"The rulers of the paper cities need your intention and your permission to exist."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"Countries, states, cities, corporations, and laws are all words on paper."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"When the paper cities have become unjust prisons, we must revolt, and burn those paper cities to the ground."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"Unleash your mighty words, and with them, recreate a new and more beautiful world for all."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must each achieve greater individual consciousness and self-knowledge, and project mindful kindness toward everything and everyone."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"The revolution of consciousness is connected to the food revolution."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"Food is a part of our contract with life."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"Cultivate clarity, strength, vitality and power from natural, beautiful and organic living foods."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must remember that nature is the supreme cradle of life, and must be protected and treated with the highest respect and care."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must plant trees, grow gardens instead of lawns, ride bicycles when we can and support responsible local businesses over big brands."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must quit living vicariously through the fictional lives of TV and movie characters, and become the stars of our own real-life stories of adventure and creativity."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must quit thinking we know everything, and quit placing "knowledge" over kindness and compassion."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must reprogram ourselves to understand that cooperation is a higher principle than competition."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must strive for literacy and education that teach us to never quit questioning and probing at the assumptions of the day."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must understand that out of community and dialogue, the answers will arrive in their own time and way."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must question every inner-belief we possess without fear or attachment."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"Find comfort in questioning yourself."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"Criticism is no threat to your self-esteem or identity, but rather informs you."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must rebuild organic communities, where people can come together and have analogue conversations and share stories, art, music and emotions."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must relentlessly and unyieldingly protect freedom of speech and peaceful assembly."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must take the money out of politics, and end psychopathic, self-destructive government and corporate madness."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must resist in-group thinking and practice seeing every soul as a brother or sister in a larger grouping of humans on earth."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must resist impulses to attack people, their credibility or their nature, and focus only on sharing our own positive creations, contributions, ideas and solutions."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must reject the artificial and embrace what is real and true: truth in food, community, relationships and self."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must step out of our digital avatars, and come together and have face-to-face dialogue as often as possible."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must remember that we cannot change others, we can only change ourselves."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must let our every act be out of love, and for the greater good of all."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must be our own authentically unique truth, and question who we are, what created us, and what processes within us are alien and externally created."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must share! Sharing IS caring. Share everything: every idea, every resource, every story, every gift, every worry and every burden. Share yourself."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"We must be free, but to have real freedom, you must be wild and free yourself."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"In a world of hate, love is the revolution."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"You reclaim your power by loving what you were once taught to hate."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"The freest societies are in a constant state of revolution."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"The time for revolt is now, and the time for revolt is always!"

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"There is something beautiful in you seeking freedom."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




"Be kind to one another and seek beauty in all you do."

— Bryant McGill
from "The Time for Revolution"




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