25 – Universal Blueprint (Part I) …

“We are all in this together”. We hear these words all the time. But do we really understand what they mean? Really!

I think the word Togetherness has lost its meaning because it is used so much in empty rhetoric. Togetherness … of all races, of all beliefs, of all Humankind … is not a welcome idea to the corporate elite that promotes the fallacy of ‘Separation’. To them, and to the corporate media that without principles spreads their destructive doctrines, we are nothing more than gullible and greedy consumers, lured into assenting to the twisted notions that our significance as human beings is measured by how much we possess, and by how well we manage to avoid taking responsibility for our acquiescence to our own destruction.

There is no easy way to state the obvious: If we continue to accept the fallacy of Separation, its dire consequences … war, environmental degradation, starvation, ignorance, cruelty, intolerance, deceit, hate … might wipe us off the face of the earth.

Perhaps beginning to understand what we truly are in the scheme of Nature through our own common sense, and not through the irrationality of those who want to keep us ignorant, could be a good stepping stone to reverse this madness.

  •    An atom is a congregation of intimately interrelated components (energy, electrons, nucleus) temporarily bonded together into a complex yet dynamic and pliable system. An atom is particle-like in its utter distinctiveness and wave-like in its participation as a common complement of the ebbs and flows of a parent system. An atom re-generates its existence through a self-reflective process in which its intake and release of energy sources is sustained in equilibrium. An atom embodies a relatively pre-determined form innately endowed with the capacity to manipulate and be manipulated by the movement of Evolution. An atom is a catalyst for transformation.
  •    A cell is a congregation of intimately interrelated components temporarily bonded together into a complex yet dynamic and pliable system. A cell is particle-like in its utter uniqueness and wave-like in its participation as a common complement of the ebbs and flows of a parent system. A cell re-generates its existence through a self-reflective process in which its intake and release of energy sources is sustained in equilibrium. A cell embodies a relatively pre-determined form innately endowed with the capacity to manipulate and be manipulated by the movement of Evolution. A cell is a catalyst for transformation.
  •    The earth is a congregation of intimately interrelated components temporarily bonded together into a complex yet dynamic and pliable system. The earth is particle-like in its utter uniqueness and wave-like in its participation as a common complement of the ebbs and flows of a parent system. The earth re-generates its existence through a self-reflective process in which its intake and release of energy sources is sustained in equilibrium. The earth embodies a relatively pre-determined form innately endowed with the capacity to manipulate and be manipulated by the movement of Evolution. The earth is a catalyst for transformation.
  •    A galaxy is a congregation of intimately interrelated components temporarily bonded together into complex yet dynamic and pliable system. A galaxy is particle-like in its utter uniqueness and wave-like in its participation as a common complement of the ebbs and flows of a parent system. A galaxy re-generates its existence through a self-reflective process in which its intake and release of energy sources is sustained in equilibrium. A galaxy embodies a relatively pre-determined form innately endowed with the capacity to manipulate and be manipulated by the movement of Evolution. A galaxy is a catalyst for transformation.
  •    A human being is a congregation of intimately interrelated components temporarily bonded together into a complex yet dynamic and pliable system. We are particle-like in our utter uniqueness and wave-like in our participation as a common complement of the ebbs and flows of a parent system, our species. We re-generate our existence through a self-reflective process that sustains our intake and release of energy sources in equilibrium. We embody a relatively pre-determined yet adaptable form innately endowed with the capacity to manipulate and be manipulated by the movement of Evolution. We are catalysts for transformation.

See the similarities? The homogeneity? The interrelatedness? The Universal Blueprint in all of us?

There is a physical bond between all of us that our senses do not allow us to perceive. Like schools of fish in water, we are immersed in a medium that not only sustains our existence, but also incites us, by seeking pleasure, to bond and re-generate so our parent system … our species … may evolve and survive into the future.

Appearance of Separation is an illusion. We are in this together, intimately linked by the same blueprint.

Revised October 2017

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