Sometime I Just sit and think about random things and events in history, sometimes I am brought to tears over the cruelty humanity has committed against each other. Other times I cry tears of joy over the amazing and wondrous things humanity has done together and for the common good. How a species so capable of such grand things such as love, compassion and fellowship could also do such horrible things as well. Even as individuals we do both amazing and horrible things within our life.
We could be such a wondrous and amazing species if we learn to put aside and control our darker natures. If we focus more on humanity as a whole instead of our individual wants and needs. We can have both individuality and be a part of the global community. We can find balance between personal wants and needs and the needs and wants of the whole of humanity. We don’t need one government, we need to be of one heart and of one mind. We need to see that we all want happiness, peace and love for ourselves and those within our family. Maybe if we realize we all are one great big family we could begin to work together for the good of humanity instead of against each other for the good of one part.
I am not speaking of Communism or Socialism, I am speaking of Humanitarianism and common sense. Freely helping one another to survive and live in peace and in happiness. A pipe dream, a utopian idealism or just the ravings of a wishful thinker. Either way it could be a better world if we all worked together to make it so.
- We know when we’re being lazy thinkers: Human thinkers are conscious cognitive misers (sciencedaily.com)
- Why is being right more important than doing the right thing? (onelifetimeblog.com)
- What Type of Thinker Are You? (psychologytoday.com)
- World-Leading Thinkers Creating an Inter-Species Internet – A Prelude to ET Communication? (2012indyinfo.com)
- imPRESSive: Webisode Two – The Blogger Persona (allmeanssomething.wordpress.com)
- We know when we’re being lazy thinkers: New study shows that human thinkers are conscious cognitive misers (medicalxpress.com)
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Reblogged this on INTO THE BARDO and commented:
So many of us have just the same sentiments as this wishful – ultimately practical – thinker. Thanks to Ray Barbier for this … Jamie Dedes