We as a planetary people need to form more effective bodies whose sole function is to find real causality and repair the causes of the primary crises of the world — and who are only rewarded for success. My opinion of the biggest crises facing humanity are : 1. Toxicity (covers drugs, pollution, warming and radioactivity) 2. Devolution (covers loss of structure, familial instability, social degradation, poor educational systems). 3. Disharmony (covers greed, war, trafficking and inequality). This is how I see it. Jabber isn’t fixing shit. Make each of the three problems someone’s job. If it’s too much for them, make it a thousand someone’s job.

Mar 1, 2018 at 1:57 PM
We as a planetary people need to form more effective bodies whose sole function is to find real causality and repair the causes of the primary crises of the world — and who are only rewarded for success. My opinion of the biggest crises facing humanity are : 1. Toxicity (covers drugs, pollution, warming and radioactivity) 2. Devolution (covers loss of structure, familial instability, social degradation, poor educational systems). 3. Disharmony (covers greed, war, trafficking and inequality). This is how I see it. Jabber isn’t fixing shit. Make each of the three problems someone’s job. If it’s too much for them, make it a thousand someone’s job.
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  1. Hey there I am not sure how often you check your blog, even though this was just posted today, but I wanted to say I know you. I knew you about 24 years ago I am guessing, when you met me and my buddy Tony at Sunblades. We hung around together for a while, then for some unknown reason we stopped talking.

    Not sure if it is ringing any bells but surprised me when I saw you on a local writing site.

    Anyways I hope all is as well as it seems to be for you.