Do you think we can achieve space travel technology from a basic society where people are free and…

Do you think we can achieve space travel technology from a basic society where people are free and boundless?

Because as much as I love this thought I’ve come to realize that we suck at collective empathy. And we’re naturally lazy. And species extinction is such a hard to grasp event.

How do you explain 8 billion people that we require the sacrifice of three to four generations to achieve the by the letter future we dream of today. 16 to 32 billion present and future people will be seeds.

Is there a code to break this programming? A backdoor? A forgotten open port? I am interested in full access not tweaking tcp packets 🙂

Ain’t say the Sun a double edged sword?

Ain’t say the Sun a double edged sword? Ain’t protein a double edged sword? Isn’t DNA a double edged sword?

Isn’t it better to learn how to use the sword instead of lobotomising it?

For the word of God is alive and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart.

What does this mean? May it be that we know our shit so well that our self introspection can see marrow deep and assess “the thoughts and attitudes of the heart”?

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Well, trust is kind of different, but indeed there is a perspective here about what you should care…

Well, trust is kind of different, but indeed there is a perspective here about what you should care for when things get serious.

The best point I made so far is in this article I have written here. But the article was more about the differentiation between short tern wins versus long term success, as when things do get mighty serious then we have no real choice, we all suddenly know what to do.

Yet in the meanwhile we all forget the crucial activity of cultivating wisdom.

FWIW, here is my take on trust:

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What if you revert to caveman savage? What if we’ll get back to superstitious human sacrifice?

What if you revert to caveman savage? What if we’ll get back to superstitious human sacrifice?

Moses did an incredible feat and if you read carefully you’ll see most of what dooms the biblical texts are in fact ways to handle a hoard of starving humans.

All the civilising heroes of mankind has, first of all, before anything: identities and egos. It might be that this reverting will not be as romantic as we’d like, without the background story for our mind to weave sanity upon.